Ever wondered what Charlecote looks like at 4am? What do you think our deer and sheep are doing at that time? Now is your chance to find out as we grant exclusive access to the Warwick 4am Project group…
Sasha who, along with Nivi, runs the event shared the following information from their blog.
Following two successful events the Warwick4amProject is arranging its 3rd meeting. Everyone can take part and join in! All you need is a camera. We want to see what you see at that moment in time on that one day. What’s your view at 4am?
We are holding our next Warwick4amProject on the 2nd February and warmly welcome our previous guests as well as new ones. The National Trust at Charlecote Park has very kindly allowed us to wander around and take photographs of the main courtyard and the area outside the restaurant, so you may come across some novelties rarely seen at this hour.
The event will see around 30 photographers meeting at 3.45am to gain access to the park. Afterwards the images will be uploaded to the Warwick 4am flickr pages and we can’t wait to see what they capture at this magical and mysterious time of the day!
To get just a taster have a look at Sasha’s photos on flickr. These were taken on an initial visit to the site back in December.