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Heslington West, Heslington East, King's Manor. University of York, UK.
Just a handful of photos from the general market in the Market Hall.
The old buildings and gardens of Alton Towers, UK. Unfortunately taken on a bleak, rainy day.
East Yorkshire village of Bempton, RSPB Bempton Cliffs and Bempton level crossing station.
York, North Yorkshire, UK. National Trust.
Bewdley, Georgian Town in Worcestershire, UK.
This album features the gardens of Blair Castle at Blair Atholl, specifically the Hercules Walled Garden and views of the Castle.
Bolton Abbey, Wharfedale, near Skipton, North Yorkshire, UK. Also known as Bolton Priory. Former Augustinian Priory of St Mary and St Cuthbert.
Maintained by the National Trust, the Brecon Beacons offer an immense and beautiful landscape. The paths are kept well, but don't underestimate the height you'll end up at after a few hours stroll.
British Library, Euston Road, London, UK.
British Museum, London, UK.
Seaside towns on the East Kent Coast, UK.
Taken on the train from Inverness, these photos capture the mountains at their gloomiest.
Calke Abbey, Derbyshire. National Trust.
Canterbury, Kent, UK.
Castle Howard, north of York.
Chester City, UK.
Chester Zoo, Chester, UK.
Clent Hills, Worcestershire. National Trust.
Clumber Park, Workshop, Nottinghamshire. National Trust.
Photos from the Central American country home to sloths, hummingbirds and frogs.
Droitwich, town, canal and parts of the Worcester-Birmingham canal near Droitwich.
A formal garden, featuring formal layout with some informal elements too and a potting shed.
This historic town of Dunkeld, photos of the bridge and Cathedral.
The Braan Path is a circular walk around the River Braan and Ladywell Plantation to the west of Dunkeld, Perthshire, Scotland. The path loops to/from Rumbling Bridge and The Hermitage. This album features Ossian's Hall, Ossian's Cave, waterfalls and Pine Cone Point, part of the wider Tay Forest Park.
Erddig, House and Gardens, National Trust. Near Wrexham, North Wales.
Florence (Firenze), Italy. Photos include Uffizi, Bobili Gardens, Museo Galileo, Duomo and many of Florence's piazzas.
Fountain's Abbey, Cisterian Ruin, National Trust and Studley Royal Water Gardens. Near Ripon, North Yorkshire, UK.
Gillamoor village and Lowra Cottages, near Kirkbymoorside, North York Moors.
Goddards, home of Noel Terry (Chocolate Manufacturer). National Trust. York.
Great Yorkshire Duck Race, Bolton Abbey, North Yorkshire, UK. August 2009.
Hackfall Wood and Follies, near Masham, North Yorkshire, UK.
Hanbury Hall, 18c country house near Droitwich, Worcestershire. Restored garden and parkland. National Trust.
Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire, UK. National Trust and English Heritage.
Walk across Harland Moor near Gillamoor, North York Moors. Start/end Lowra via Birch Hagg Plantation.
Harrogate, North Yorkshire, UK.
Market Town, North Yorkshire. Includes Helmsley Castle, English Heritage.
Inverness isn't perhaps the sunniest place, but the River Ness provides several bridge photo opportunities.
Kew Botanical Gardens, London. August 2014.
This walk, starting from the National Trust Scotland Visitor Centre and Killiecrankie, takes in the River Garry and Linn of Tummel, including the famous Coronation Bridge dating from 1911.
A walk from Kirkham Priory along the River Derwent. Whitwell on the Hill, Malton, North Yorkshire.
Knaresborough, North Yorkshire, UK.
Lancaut Nature Reserve is a hidden gem, tucked down a narrow lane just off the B4228 before you get to Woodcroft on the way to Chepstow. Park on the grass areas half way up the lane between the trees, then walk up the lane and turn into the reserve. Don't progress up to the farm as the path leads to nowhere. Going down into the valley you'll stumble across this completely unexpected old church. Take time to read the info boards. The River has one of the largest tidal differences. These photos were taken at low tide and it gives a sense of the scale of the water that can flow through this valley.
Leeds, West Yorkshire, UK.