A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush, (or so the saying goes)
Glastonbury Tor rises enigmatically above the Somerset Levels
A stitch in time saves nine. A visual representation of the old proverb
Located near to Rye Harbour in East Sussex
Old wooden boats on the unique, bleak, shingle shore peninsular at Dungeness in Kent
Located on the new Hastings Pier in East Sussex
The decayed wooden sea defences stand on this windswept beach, much like ancient standing stones in a Neolithic landscape.
On the prom at Hastings!
Built for the purpose of enemy aircraft detection, before the invention of Radar. This one is situated amongst others, on the Dungeness peninsula
Located in Sussex
A windswept tree on the South Downs in Sussex
A stile on the South Downs in Sussex
The South Downs National Park in Sussex
Love the Cobb in Lyme Regis, health and safety hasn’t managed to put hand rails on it, (yet)!
The Capitols big wheel
At Whitby Abbey
Roaming Deer at Knole Park in Sevenoaks.
Salford Quays near Manchester
In the Derbyshire Peak District
This glass office building in central Manchester, reflects its environment with an interplay of technology and blue sky, dappled with white clouds.