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Images featured February 2018
Packwood House (National Trust) in Warwickshire
has an extensive estate for walks
at all times of the year
and the house stands proud, even in winter.
Images featured winter 2017 - 2018
The Elan Valley is famous for it's dams
and, while magnificent structures in their own right,
it is only when the reservoirs are overflowing
that you see them at their best.
This is Pen-y-Garreg, Autumn 2017
Images featured Aug-Sep 2017
A few years ago, I spotted this archetypal British beach scene
and couldn't resist recording it for posterity.
Images featured July 2017
These shots where taken during a walk in Belper,
a busy town in the Amber Valley, Derbyshire.
Originally shot in colour, the tinted versions mirror the era
in which the now empty mill would have been thriving.
Images featured June 2017
This cheeky little fellow was busy gathering
tasty morsels to feed the family.
Photos taken at Porth, May 2017,
just above Towan Beach, Roseland Peninsular, Cornwall,
and just after to food van had closed.
Images featured May 2017
Gulls are known for their fondness of chips
and they don't like to see any wasted.
So a Rick Stein box, peeping out from a litter bin
in Padstow, Cornwall, is impossible to resist.
Images feaured April 2017
There's a softness in the Welsh landscape that is distinct from elsewhere in the UK.
Even the rain is more often soft and misty,
which is good, because they enjoy plenty of it, between the warm and sunny weeks,
which they export to big cities like Birmingham and Liverpool.
Images featured March 2017
This is what happens when you start playing around with images
and you are not exactly expert!
Images featured February 2017
These photos were grabbed, with no time for preparation, while visiting Bosham with family, using a Canon compact camera.
Unfortunately, there was no time to find out who the birdman was, although the birds obviously new him well!