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Arnside is one of those places that you pass through on the way to somewhere else in the Lakes, however it is worth a visit, because it is one of the quieter…

I do love a good bit of over-engineered Victorian industrial architecture. This is the Conisbrough Viaduct as seen from the top of the castle keep.

Monsal Dale is a valley in the Peak District of Derbyshire in England. In geological history this area of Derbyshire was long ago under water, and is formed…

At home the bluebells are now past their best, so it was a delight to find them in full bloom here in mid-Wales. I sneaked out before breakfast and the…

I had a few hours to kill today before the students arrived for the course I’m teaching here at Llanerchindda Farm. I could have gone somewhere in the car, but…

From the Offa's Dyke path, looking across towards Knucklas and its viaduct with some dramatically lit sheep wandering about in the background.

Built by the 8th century king of Mercia, Offa, the 80 mile long earthwork runs roughly north/south along the boundary between England and Wales. The small town…

Over the last couple of years the Cynghordy Viaduct has been undergoing a major restoration project. £3.5 million pounds and 92 miles of scaffolding later it's…

After my late night star photography yesterday I figured I may as well go to the other end of the spectrum today and attempt a sunrise photo too. With clear…

Day 50/365 Early morning sunrise beyond the span to compromise the time between the darkness and the light. Giving just enough in silhouette to bind heart and…

We were on the way to Ohakune, or like the locals would say Kune, and we came along this beautiful Viaduct.

October 26, 2014 The Garabit Viaduct (Viaduc de Garabit in French) is a railway arch bridge spanning the River Truyère near Ruynes-en-Margeride (Fr), Cantal,…

I've been hoping to catch the Cynghordy Viaduct in the warmth of the afternoon light all weekend and the weather has always conspired against me. However, when…

I took a walk to the Cynghordy Viaduct this afternoon, shooting whatever took my fancy on the way. I expected to see Foxgloves and ferns as you get a lot of…

I do have a bit of a thing about Victorian industrial architecture. This is the wonderful Harringworth Viaduct.

Picture framed by Rebecca McDade I'll paste into the future plan places I must go sights I'll see, things to be heard knowledge I must know then I'll frame up…

Running beside the foundry where Abraham Darby perfected his process for coke- and steam-based smelting of iron ore…. the genesis of the industrial revolution.

I decided to concentrate on photographing the local wildlife (and pets!) during my free time today rather than venturing away from the farm. I wasn't short of…
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