Southport Pier in the Snow
Southport Pier after a rare snowfall, given a high key look. Southport Pier is a Grade II listed building in Southport, Merseyside and is the second longest in Great Britain.
Southport Pier after a rare snowfall given a high key look. Southport Pier is a Grade II listed building in Southport, Merseyside and is the second longest in Great Britain.
Venetian Bridge in the Snow
The Venetian Bridge in Southport, Merseyside with a rare dusting of snow. Photo given a high key look.
Marine Lake in the Snow
The Marine Lake in Southport and the Venetian Bridge with a rare dusting of snow.
Southport War Memorial
Southport War Memorial with a rare dusting of snow, given a high key feel.
Once home to the kings of ancient Northumbria, Bamburgh Castle is one of Northumberland's most iconic buildings.
Taken over Lake Bassenthwaite, looking towards a misty Skiddaw at the back, Ullock Pike in front and Dodd Wood to the right.
Pier at Budle Point
Derelict pier near Budle Point in Northumberland. The pier may have been used to bring food and ammunition to the WWII bunker located near to the pier.
Low Force Waterfalls
This is Low Force Waterfall, which is situated in Upper Teesdale approx. 3 miles northwest of Middleton-in-Teesdale, alongside the B6277 road.
The Duke of Portland's Boathouse at the north end of Ullswater. Always wonder what it would look like with a boat moored at the jetty...
Ullswater with the early morning mist still hanging around. Converted to mono which I feel the image suits.
Slaters Bridge in the Lake District takes advantage of a central large rock and a very long slate slab to cross the River Brathay on its way from Little Langdale Tarn to Elterwater.
Cat Bells as seen from Keswick. It has a modest height of 451 metres (1,480 ft), but still gives you stunning view from the top.
Southport Pier is a Grade II listed building in Southport, Merseyside and is the second longest in Great Britain.
The Three Graces
Liverpool from the Mersey, showing the three graces, The Royal Liver Building, The Cunard Building and Port of Liverpool building, making Liverpool Waterfront one of the most recognised skylines in the world.
Weeping Window at St George's Hall, Liverpool. St Georges Hall is the location for the travelling sculpture Weeping Window from the installation Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red by Paul Cummins.
This section of the River Tees is slightly upstream of the Low Force Waterfall, which is situated in Upper Teesdale approx. 3 miles northwest of Middleton-in-Teesdale, alongside the B6277 road.
Lone tree at Buttermere. 2 to 3hrs to walk around Buttermere and for information, it is 1.5 miles long, .75 of a mile wide and 75 feet deep. In the background, you have Fleetwith Pike.
The Centenary Stone on the shores of Derwenwater. It is a large split boulder of local Borrowdale volcanic lava placed in CalfClose Bay near Keswick to mark 100 years of the National Trust in the Lake District.
Tenby Harbour sits in the middle of the beautiful Georgian town of Tenby surrounded by pastel coloured houses. Selective colouring to highlight the pastel buildings
Contrary to popular belief, the tide does come in at Southport. Southport Pier is a Grade II listed building in Southport, Merseyside and is the second longest in Great Britain.
Looking up at Latrigg, Keswick. This was the start of a circular walk from Keswick to the top of Latrigg and then around to Brundholme Woods, before ending back in Keswick.
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