This week Jessie (the other Ginger Biscuit Stock'er) and I spent a few days going around the local market towns and castles, taking lots of stock photos for TCP. This is one of my favourites, although Jessie describes it as 'some random tree'. :/
Framlingham, Suffolk is the castle where Mary Tudor defended herself during/after her brother's death. It is also where she ascended to the throne of England. Prior to that it was a Norman fort, and afterwards it was converted to a work house. The chimneys are actually Tudor additions, although many of them are fake- having a lot of chimneys was seen as a mark of wealth!
This photo was taken from the bed of the old fish lake, which was used to (obviously) store fish.
I'll be uploading the stock folders (as zips) soonish when I've gone through them all. I'll try to be as informative as possible in the descriptions, as I know it's a bugger when you want to draw an authentic Norman fort, and there are Tudor chimneys everywhere!