Kameruka estate was set up in the late 1800's just inland from us, and was designed around the country estates in England. Fully self supporting with it's own small village and several houses where the tenant farmers lived and worked the estate. There is a large house that the owners built, they were the Tooth family of Tooth Brewing fame. The farm was, and still remains, a dairy and wool operation...although no one lives in the big house anymore, and the farm is quite low key now. The reason for the history lesson is that we hired the estate for the weekend for my daughter's wedding, and I thought that this would be a good opportunity for some classic camera action. But alas, my duties got in the way and I only got a very short break to take some pics....better that nothing! I used my Rollei 2.8E with Xenotar lens for these. So here is the camera and a few pics.