There’s something strange about walking around a model village, it almost feels like you’re a giant surveying your kingdom. Never the less it was a glorious day out walking around Bekonscot Model Village capturing some of the scenes.
A lot of these photos were shot using the Tamron 70-300mm, but this last one above was taken with the Canon EF-S 10-22mm lens, if you look closely, you will see the slightly stretched edges due to the focal length being a super wide 10mm. It goes to show, you don’t need a zoom lens to make small objects look cool.
I look forward to going to Bekonscot again, like the Babbacombe Model Village it’s a great place to get some interesting shots of all the detailed scenes and models.
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