Beautiful sunset down on Ainsdale Beach. Ainsdale is located 18 miles north of Liverpool and 5 miles south of Southport.
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 Sunset
Stunning sunset over Southport Pier, Merseyside. I love the way the pier itself leads you to the sunset.
Swan Hotel at Newby Bridge
30 second exposure of the Swan Hotel at Newby Bridge. Really brings out the stars and reflection in the River Leven.
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.
South Stack at Sunset
The lighthouse on South Stack has warned passing ships of the treacherous rocks since its completion in 1809. It is 91-foot (28 m) high and the light can be seen from 28 miles away.
Stunning waterfall and pool on the Watkins Path in the Snowdonia National Park above Nantgwynant.
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
Boathouses on the River Leven at Newby Bridge. Frosty morning causing the mist on the water.
Kitesurfing at Sunset
Lone Kitesurfer enjoying the last of the wind before the sunsets at Ainsdale. Ainsdale Beach is located 5 miles south of Southport and 15 miles north of Liverpool.
Fireworks at Southport with the Venetian Bridge as an additional focus point
Derwentwater as seen from Crow Park, Keswick in the Lake District. Cat Bells at the back is a poplular walk from Keswick and it has a modest height of 451 metres (1,480 ft).
Lake Bassenthwaite with Skiddaw and Ullock Pike reflected in the water.
Filter used to enhance the reflection.
Once home to the kings of ancient Northumbria, Bamburgh Castle is one of Northumberland's most iconic buildings.
The former hydraulic pumping station at Hartley Quay on the east side of Canning Dock dates from the 1870s and has been restored as a pub/restaurant.
This was the first time I've walked along the west shore of Windermere and I came upon this boat house.
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.
Ashness Bridge located south of Keswick is perhaps the most photographed packhorse bridge in the Lake District.
Ainsdale Beach Sunset
Sunset down at Ainsdale Beach. Ainsdale is located approx 18 miles north of Liverpool and 4 miles south of Southport.
Down On Ullswater
View of Ullswater with Barton Fell as the background.
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