Edensor Village in Derbyshire

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Edensor (pronounced as “Enzor”) Village remains one of the most unspoiled villages in the UK. St Peters Church dominates the village of Edensor. It was built in 1870 on the site of the old church, with parts of the old church incorporated into it. The archirect was Sir George Gilbert Scott.

My digital painting was captured from the approach from Chatsworth House. It is a composite, 3 exposure image transformed with Photomatix and finally post-processed with Photoshop CS5.

This image was taken with a Nikon D90 fitted with a Nikon VR 18-200mm zoom lens at a focal length of 42mm. It measures 4300 x 2838px at a resolution of 300dpi.

Just across the road from the estate village of Edensor is a remnant of the earlier village. Naboth’s Vineyard takes its name from the 1st book of Kings XXI after a previous owner who refused to sell to the Duke and have his home demolished as an eyesore. It is also known as the Andrex cottage having featured in a television advert many years ago.

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