The Butler’s Room in Attingham House, Shropshire

By Rhys Jones

June 11, 2013

Category: Shropshire

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4 Responses to “The Butler’s Room in Attingham House, Shropshire”

  1. This is a great warm image. I really like the lighting and how you set the scene up. My eye bounces from the middle table with all the trinkets to the wash basin to the readied outfit and back again. Great job.

  2. Hi Mark
    Thank you for your encouraging comment. It was only after I took the photo that I noticed the reflection of the outfit in the mirror above the wash basin.
    I didn’t set up the scene. This is a display area in a stately home now managed by The National Trust, England.
    Rhys

  3. So that’s what a butler’s room looks like! A very interesting look inside!

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