David Swatton's Landscape Posts

Apologies... haven't been on PB for ages. I don't really know why. Mostly I guess due to being in lockdown and hardly going out. The few pictures I have taken…

Looking out across the valley from below the castle walls. Three weeks since the heavy rains but still a bit squelchy! Looking fine yesterday in the winter…

...a day when it wasn't raining. And to be frank I'm struggling... This was from sometime last week when about ten seconds of late afternoon sunshine lit up the…

One of the nicest walks we had in northern Spain was along a stream and its now derelict but photogenic water mills.

The landscape around Orellan in northern Spain was dramatic enough but the mining undertaken by the Romans in the second and third centuries AD radically…

Along the wild north coast of Spain. Easy to understand why the Bay of Biscay has such a reputation. The weather changes so quickly. A squall came in from the…

The Cares gorge links two villages high in the Picos de Europa mountains in northern Spain. The walk along it is probably the best known in Spain. It winds its…

The Breadwalk, the path along the River Teme through Ludlow, is so named because when it was built in the 1800s it was paid for in bread. Local poor labourers…

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.

Got to love those clouds - I believe the technical meteorological term is Smoothinox Fluffiflora... or something like that.

I live now in one of the least populated areas of the country which means that on clear nights there is little in the way of light pollution which reveals a sky…
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