• Brill Sunset

    Windmills are wonderful structures. Relics of a past era when corn was grounded using big heavy stones that were turned by wooden sails, powered by the wind. I’m sure Britain used to have many of these dotted about the landscapes.

  • Old Pier

    This is the remains of an old pier down in Lepe, Hampshire, with the tide starting to come in. The day looks deceptively nice, but it was in fact a freezing cold day in March with a cold breeze blowing off the Solant. I imagine the sea was just as cold, if not colder. Though …

  • Crackington

    Such a beautiful beach in a gorgeous part of Cornwall on a beautiful September day a couple of years ago. Every year thousands up thousands of people flock to the most southwesterly part of the UK to soak up the Cornish sun. As you can imagine, the summer months are the most popular. Though a …

  • Didcot Demolition

    From the title of this post you’d think that this was a photo of the demolition of Didcot. Some may argue that’s not a bad thing, but this post is about the demolition of 3 out of 6 chimneys from Didcot Power Station. The power station shut down back in 2013 and it took almost …

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