Castle locations/forest scenes

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Re: Castle locations/forest scenes

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I'm really impressed with your photos and how you have managed to capture the exact same filming angles and positions for different rooms/locations.
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AriadnesLayer wrote: 22 Sep 2020, 23:52 I'm really impressed with your photos and how you have managed to capture the exact same filming angles and positions for different rooms/locations.

Thanks. :) I took some photos at Framlingham Castle and Kentwell Hall last year:
http://www.canadanne.co.uk/kmlocations/framlingham.html
http://www.canadanne.co.uk/kmlocations/kentwell.html
Not an easy task when they turn the room into a gift shop!!

Was meant to be visiting a couple more locations earlier this year, but.... yeah.
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These are great. That gift shop must be the biggest change to a KM location out of them all.

The shot of those tall standing stones (where the dungeoneer first appears before entering the antechamber) was quite eye-opening. I had always thought they were gravestones and the shot was inside a graveyard (quite macabre even for this show). Seems I was wrong!
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AriadnesLayer wrote: 23 Sep 2020, 18:48 These are great. That gift shop must be the biggest change to a KM location out of them all.

Yeah, I think so. Unless you count the 'flower girl' building from Series 5 which has been moved to a different part of the museum!

The shot of those tall standing stones (where the dungeoneer first appears before entering the antechamber) was quite eye-opening. I had always thought they were gravestones and the shot was inside a graveyard (quite macabre even for this show). Seems I was wrong!

Haha, that never occurred to me! They're actually the remains of a bridge.
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These are great photos! Very interesting to see the comparison, thanks for sharing them.
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