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Holme fell reflections.
How rewarding is the short walk to the summit of this awesome little fell! Incredible views all around, I highly recommend you explore here if you've not done already.
Happy hump day.
Pulteney Bridge ~ The stunning iconic scene in Bath of the bridge and horseshoe shaped weir. I loved the small cafes on the top of the bridge and the one with the brightly coloured parasols overlooking the River Avon.
Designed by Robert Adam and completed in 1774 it connected the city with the newly built town of Bathwick.
Named after Frances Pulteney the wife of William Johnstone a wealthy Scottish lawyer and MP.
A revisit to Hengitsbury Head today which looked like she was bracing for a bit of a storm. No repeat disaster of last years episode with the dog and the groin thankfully
Hengistbury Head is a headland jutting into the English Channel between Bournemouth and Mudeford in the English county of Dorset. It is a site of international importance in terms of its archaeology and is scheduled as an Ancient Monument. It was Declared a Local Nature Reserve in 1990, the head and its surroundings form part of the Christchurch Harbour Site of Special Scientific Interest.It is also a Special Area of Conservation, Special Protection Area, an Environmentally Sensitive Area and a Site of Nature Conservation Interest. The name "Hengistbury Head" refers to the immediate area; the elevated portion is called Warren Hill. #benrouk#benroletsgo#canon80d#canonphotography#scenicbritain#dorsetcoast#hengitsburyhead#leefilterslittlestopper#leefiltersbigstopper#gloriousbritain
Swipe to add some winter magic to this picture ❄️ ❄️ ❄️
The Christmas wreath on the door inspired me to add some extra magic to this picture! Unfortunately we barely get any snow in England, that’s why I had to use my photo editing skills and create a proper winter shot of this lovely house in York.
What’s winter like in your country?⛄️