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Lake Windermere ferry.
5 stars
Steve Willimott(28th October 2015)

Definitely Tern, Swan and Teal are larger, newer and do not have the canoe bow.

Blue Campanula in Ambleside?
5 stars
Steve Willimott(28th October 2015)

Called harebells in England....Bluebells in Scotland.

The jetty at Lahore Falls, Derwentwater. The Lake District.
4 stars
Steve Willimott(28th October 2015)

Should this not be Lodore Falls?

Brodswoth Hall and gardens, South Yorkshire
4 stars
Steve Willimott(25th September 2015)

Greyhounds feature on the Thellusson family coat of arms they built the hall. Eggborough power station in the background.

Brodsworth Hall
3 stars
Steve Willimott(25th September 2015)

Greyhounds figure on the Thellusson family coat of arms, the builders of the hall.

Brodsworth Hall
4 stars
Steve Willimott(25th September 2015)

The spire is All Saints church, Woodlands. Built by the owners of the hall for the mining village.

A picture of Port Gaverne
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Steve Willimott(4th May 2015)

This is taken from Lobber (the hill above Port Isaac harbour) looking over part of Port Isaac. Port Gaverne is the next inlet beyond the visible houses.

Doyden Castle, Port Quinn.
5 stars
Steve Willimott(4th May 2015)

This was Dr Ennis's house in the first TV series of Poldark

Port Issac , Cornwall
4 stars
Steve Willimott(15th November 2011)

Always amuses me when the Doc. drives of up the hill to go somewhere. The road finishes just beyond the houses!

Port Isaac
4 stars
Steve Willimott(15th November 2011)

Sorry Peter, that was Valentia in Ireland, the main English cables came to Porthcurno on the south coast of Cornwall, there is a great museum there which has original equipment, and talks and demonstrations about undersea cable telegraphy.

Port Isaac, Cornwall, England.
4 stars
Steve Willimott(18th February 2011)

Bert's terrace restaurant in 'Doc Martin'.

Port Isaac, Cornwall
4 stars
Steve Willimott(18th February 2011)

Doc Martin's house, but not the Doc. Nice pic

Port Isaac in Cornwall
5 stars
Steve Willimott(18th February 2011)

Brilliant shot, the blue door and window were my late father-in-law's office for many years

Port Isaac, Cornwall
5 stars
Steve Willimott(18th February 2011)

Great photo

Port Isaac cove
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Steve Willimott(18th February 2011)

Viewed from The Terrace, Port Isaac, Port Gaverne is the better place to bathe rather than Port Isaac harbour, but beware the tide between the headland and Castle Rock

Sunset west from Portquin near Port Isaac, Cornwall.
5 stars
Steve Willimott(18th February 2011)

Great shot

Port Isaac cove
5 stars
Steve Willimott(18th February 2011)

Great picture. This headland at Port Gaverne is called 'The Main', the rock at the seaward end is 'Castle Rock'

Porlock Weir
5 stars
Steve Willimott(8th January 2011)

The most famous Reliant Regal Supervan III in the world

Very low pass
5 stars
Steve Willimott(8th January 2011)

Perfect timing and exposure. Well done

Keyhaven
5 stars
Steve Willimott(8th January 2011)

Wonderful light

Thistle
5 stars
Steve Willimott(31st December 2010)

This is Eryngium - Sea Holly

Worcester Cathedral
5 stars
Steve Willimott(14th March 2009)

A classic view beautifully shot

Celtic Cross and the Castle in the background
4 stars
Steve Willimott(14th March 2009)

Great use of differential focus Adie

Lily
5 stars
Steve Willimott(14th March 2009)

No special kit, five year old compact digital, on automatic, just push the macro button and move backwards and forwards until it's in focus. Says a lot for Nikon quality.

Rous Lench Post Box In The Snow
5 stars
Steve Willimott(13th January 2009)

Great picture Tony, the red almost warms you up.

Formby Point Caravan Park(a lonely phone call)
5 stars
Steve Willimott(13th January 2009)

Great, but who uses the gate?

Daffodils and postbox, Adderbury, Oxon
5 stars
Steve Willimott(13th January 2009)

Very atmospheric, great

Port Isaac, Cornwall
5 stars
Steve Willimott(13th January 2009)

The view from Port Isaac terrace over Port Gaverne, the spit of land is called 'The Main' and was where Delabole slate was loaded into boats.

Cottage, Sprotbrough, South Yorkshire
5 stars
Steve Willimott(13th January 2009)

This was the Toll House when you had to pay to cross the bridge. Difficult to photograph with the narrow road and traffic.

Town Centre of Doncaster in South Yorkshire.
4 stars
Steve Willimott(14th August 2008)

You don't often see clock corner as quiet as this, nice shot.

Hatfield Moor Nature Reserve
5 stars
Steve Willimott(14th August 2008)

Tricky exposure against the sun, very well done.

Anston Woods
5 stars
Steve Willimott(14th August 2008)

Great shot Barbara

Anston Woods
5 stars
Steve Willimott(14th August 2008)

Well caught and focussed. Well done!

Doddington Hall, Lincolnshire
3 stars
Steve Willimott(22nd July 2008)

This is the gatehouse.

View of the Chapel spire from the former stables, Clumber Country Park, Nottinghamshire
5 stars
Steve Willimott(22nd July 2008)

Nice one, well seen and well exposed

Gothic Revival Chapel at Clumber Park, Worksop, Nottinghamshire
5 stars
Steve Willimott(22nd July 2008)

The church is built of red Runcorn sandstone and white Steetley stone

River and Canal, Sprotbrough, South Yorkshire
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Steve Willimott(15th July 2008)

Boats use the River Don above and below Sprotbrough, the lock only bypasses the weir, the river is the navigation between Doncaster and beyond Conisbrough.

Cromford in Derbyshire
4 stars
Steve Willimott(2nd November 2007)

The large house in the trees (right centre) is Willersley Castle, built for Sir Richard Arkwright when he built his first mill in Cromford. Now an hotel

A picture of Haverthwaite
3 stars
Steve Willimott(20th October 2007)

Surely this is Ravenglass & Eskdale Rly. Haverthwaite is standard gauge. Good photo though.

Moreton Corbet Castle, Moreton Corbet, Shropshire
3 stars
Steve Willimott(28th September 2007)

This stately house was built with stone from the castle of which little remains