Monthly Archive: January, 2016

Church at Croome Court

We spent the morning at Croome Court, which is a gem of a place – an old stately home that was re-purposed many times and finally left derelict. The National Trust owns it… Continue reading

Limestone Pavement

For all the world it looks like this was a cobbled pavement laid down by a gang of workers, but this is a limestone pavement on Llantwit beach. It was later in the… Continue reading

Sea Cliffs

I was fortunate enough to encounter some gorgeous light at Llantwit beach. When the tide was out, I took the opportunity to head out and take an image looking back at the cliffs,… Continue reading

Llantwit Beach Sunrise

Up at 0430, with a 2 hour drive to get to the beach at Llantwit Major before sunrise – was it worth it? You bet! The cool thing about taking photos before sunrise… Continue reading

Another Millstone View

This is the view from the Stanage Edge millstones, looking in a southerly direction. They are in great condition, and only the weathering on them tells you they’ve been lying here for many… Continue reading

Stanage Edge Footpath

I was lucky enough to have some great light in he Peak District and, after rain, the path up to Stanage Edge from the Hook’s car park made a nice subject, contrasting the… Continue reading

Stanage Edge Millstones

I’d been up here before but it was dull and overcast, however I knew there was a photo to be had, so I returned with the promise of some better light. I had… Continue reading

Plughole

Known locally as the ‘plugholes’ this is one of two giant overflow outlets for the Ladybower Reservoir in the Peak District. With all the recent rains, it’s no surprise the reservoir is this… Continue reading

Lens Flare

Shooting into the sun, and lens flare was unavoidable, but the colours were outstanding as the sun rose over the Cotswold Hills. Taken from near British Camp, the Shire Ditch and boundary stone… Continue reading

Boundary Stone

Walk the length of the Malvern Hills, and you’ll be following the line of the old Shire Ditch, running from the Iron age hill fort at Midsummer Hill, north through the huge Iron… Continue reading