24 July 2011


Tower Bridge by night in April 2011.Taken from queen's walk
HMS Belfast from Queen's Walk London late on an April evening in 2011
A view from HMS Belfast moored along Queens Walk on the River Thames looking at the setting sun over London Bridge April 2011

An HDR view from the top of Saint Paul's Cathedral London looking toward Europe's tallest building under construction - The Shard February 2011

The view from the top of Saint Paul's Cathedral London on a grey February day in 2011

Albert Quay Liverpool on 20 July 2011.
Many of the new building have been designed to look like the stern of ships as Liverpool retains it's shipping history

24 February 2011

A windy day over Achnahaird Bay Assynt South West Scotland. The clouds are being blown high as the rain starts to fall, this was the prelude to a short sharp heavy storm.
A cold morning on the edge of Loch Maree in South West Scotland. A lonely tree looks out over Caisteal Mor on far bank of the loch.
After an early morning climb in October 2010 this is the photographers view over Assynt from the top of Stac Pollaidh South West Scotland
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A hot summers day on the river Yare near Berney Arms, while having high tea on an original Norfolk Wherry - what could be more delightful than this view from the boat as we slowly pass Berney Arms windmill?

24 November 2010

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03 July 2010


Late evening at Low Wood on Windermere in the Lake District as 'Kitty' is about to depart for the short trip to Ambleside - May 2010

This picture was taken at the Living Coasts Centre in Torquay on 19 June 2010
and is one of a pair of unknown birds which seemed to pose for the photographer.

08 September 2009

St Peter's church in Dyrham Park a National Trust Property

09 June 2009


Sandringham House is one of the Royal Residences. Located in North West Norfolk it is open to the public when the queen is not staying. This view of May bank holiday Monday in 2009 looks across one of two lakes toward the house.

19 January 2009

A very cold and wet sea front at Sheringham on the North Norfolk Coast. A storm heading for the small town with strong winds whipping up the water, a split in the clouds for a moment and a shaft of light breaks through to create this sight. December 2008

29 December 2008


Looking up to the Lantern roof in the Octagon of Ely Cathedral 142 ft above the floor this spectacular view really requires a very wide angle lens to get it all in. At night, when lit the lantern can be sen from ten miles away across the fens.The Cathedral is known locally as the ship of the fens.
Taken in York Castle Museum which is well worth a visit. A victorian street scene has been created in the style of those at the Beamish Museum in County Durham, but this one is all under cover and quite amazing. The Museum takes it's name from the site which was at one time York Castle and then a Jail (where Dick Turpin was imprisoned before being hanged). The lamp has been picked out using Picasa 3 freeware from Google .
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09 September 2008

















Early morning sunrise over the river
Teign at Kingsteignton Devon 06 September 2008
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28 May 2008

















The church of St Peter Mancroft Norwich, with the Forum as a backdrop. This image demonstrates the change in designs some 400 years apart Taken in April 2008. www.visit-norwich.co.uk
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21 May 2008

Norwich market at close of day. The multi coloured roof tops were once a series of tents put up by traders in the past. Today these are now small self contained buildings. The Guild Hall is seen in the background.
www.visit-norwich.co.uk

 
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A late afternoon picture of Ely Cathedral taken from the path to the city from the railway station. An amazing construction and one of the best landscaped Cathedrals in England.
To find out more about this fantastic building visit the web site at - http://www.elycathedral.co.uk/

12 May 2008

The late evening view after the rain across the West field in Brundall, Norfolk near Norwich
Picture for www.wherrylines.org.uk
The rainbow is picked out using Picasa software from Google.

26 April 2008

Near the summit County March near the borders of Caithness and Sutherland May 2007
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21 April 2008

The new Eurostar terminal at London St Pancras looking through the old entrance from Euston Road. Tuesday Wednesday 27 February 2008
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Norwich Cathedral Cloisters Monday 21 April 2008
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09 August 2007

A day in Newcastle and surrounding area
A rainy day over the Tyne on the
ferry via North and South Shields in July 2007.
How many old Geordies have made this crossing to work in the now long gone ship yards -what memories -what ruins -what future? The young today may not know the hardships of the past, but they are better off than their fore fathers ever were. Not many passengers on the ferry but this is mid day and the crossing is used a lot at peak hours. Three vessels are used in the operation, which is worked by NEXUS -the Tyne & Wear Public Transport Network. How long before the bridge or tunnel arrives?
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05 August 2007


Back at the Lynton and Barnstaple on 14 April 2007, two steam locomotive were at work.
The regular engine seen here is Bronllwyd approaching Woody Bay station at 13.18.
The railway has extended to Killington Lane and is now waiting funds to go beyond to Cricket Field Lane and Parracombe hopefully starting in 2009.
For further details please visit www.lynton-rail.co.uk or better still visit the railway off the A39 Barnstaple to Lynton Road.

15 November 2006


A Norwich to Sheringham train passes a farmer at West Runton in North Norfolk
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23 October 2006

St Helen's Church Ranworth, which many consider the cathedral of the Norfolk Broads.
It has a certain beauty and a tower which you can climb when open (most days during the summer season)
and view a 360 degree scene across the broads -well worth the visit as there is a nice church side tea room as well.
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In the early morning at Berney Arms on 05 October 2006
not a passenger anywhere -they are all behind me
www.berneyarms.co.uk
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05 October 2006

Berney Arms station - the most remote railway station in England at 08.30 on
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26 September 2006

They now have a train which will go at 180 mph, I wonder where all the investment money went? March station Cambridgeshire September 2006. Privatisation brings many benefits to the rail industry - really? Posted by Picasa