Today we were at Upton House in Warwickshire. After the tumultuous thunderstorms of the night before, the weather was getting hotter again.
The National Trust have made a really great show at the house decking it out in a second world war style. There were tents outside, sandbags, posters and staff were dressed in costumes of the day. The house actually became the home of a bank during the war, and some of the rooms were dressed as offices with desks, type-writers and all the paraphernalia of the war.
The picture today is another attempt at a faux infra-red image and was taken by the large pool in the garden.