A collection of images depicting the landscapes of Scotland in black and white. There are also a collection of landscapes in colour that can be viewed here. Continue reading “Landscapes of Scotland, B+W”
Hadrian’s Wall extends from coast to coast, and this part of the wall at Cawfields Crags is the best preserved section of the wall remaining to us. Why did Hadrian build his walls?
Continue reading “Hadrian’s Wall, England”
Yes a murder scene (continued on from getting a cup of tea, but first lets set the scene a bit. Continue reading “Sunday afternoon stroll in the English countryside”
Glasgow sits astride the Clyde River, and has a walk that you can do that takes you past the main bridges around the city centre. Continue reading “Glasgow Bridges”
The Millennium Bridge crosses the River Ouse in York. Continue reading “York’s Millennium Bridge”
These buildings line the canals of York in a section of the city where the walls have never been. Continue reading “York’s Canals”
The York Minster is a cathedral dating from 637AD, and is the largest Gothic style cathedral in Northern Europe. Continue reading “York Minster”