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The BeginningMousehole at Dawn, a magical moment listening to the quiet lapping of the waves and watching the sunrise!
Walking the dog on Sheringham beach in the evening
Shillingstone in DorsetNight Hunter; in this case a Barn Owl. There are a number of species of owl in the Shillingstone area. As well as the Tawney and...
The Darland Valley, North KentThis peaceful valley lies between the suburbs of Rainham and Chatham.
Looking at the StonesI caught this scene in the Churchyard at Stone in Oxney and was quite pleased with the simple result.
Take NoticeA picture of the Bell Inn taken in Staplehurst in the snow on Monday - it's the sign on the opposite side of the road that always...
MOLLYROSEThe Mollyrose on the beach at Duneness, Kent
Sunset over ruins
LemonadeSomewhere on the South Downs...
Winter on the DownsSouth Downs
Sunset at Seaford Head
Dovercourt LighthouseDovercourt Lighthouse just before sunrise
A Steam Tug Approaching Whitstable Harbour at Sunset
Sunset over Christchurch HarbourTaken from the Sandspit, Mudeford.
The priory is visible in silhouette, to the right of centre.
Christmas in BroadwayBroadway is one of the most beautiful Cotswold villages, situated at the Gateway to the Cotswolds
Earsham StreetEarsham Street
'Dora's Field' at the village of Rydal near the town of Ambleside in Cumbria's Lake District, is named after Wordsworth's daughter and is a mass of daffodils that were planted in her memory by Wordsworth, his wife and their gardener after Dora died from tuberculosis in 1847. She was devoted to her father William, and was a significant influence on his poetry.
The field was given to the National Trust by Gordon Wordsworth (William's Grandchild) in 1935 for the benefit of the public.
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