Category Archive: Monuments

Brill Sunset

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 …

 

Red Box

Red Box

British red telephone box, that once used to be spotted all over the place in the UK. Now not so much. Replaced by the boring …

 

Didcot Demolition

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 …

 

Avebury Long Exposure

Avebury Long Exposure

This stone forms part of the West Kennet Avenue that leads you to the Avebury stone circle. There are many stones down this avenue, though …

 

Brill

Brill

This is Brill Windmill, which is situated in a little Oxfordshire village called Brill. I spent a Saturday afternoon here with a photographer friend. When …

 

Lighthouse

Lighthouse

Another long exposure picture from my trip to Liverpool a few months ago. This lighthouse is called Perch Rock and is located at the mouth …

 

Iron man

Iron man

I was in Liverpool recently to attend the wedding reception of my cousin who recently got married in Greece (Congrats again guys!). I also decided …

 

On the way

On the way

It’s been a while since I last updated this with a photo. I haven’t been out with the camera for a while either, so I …

 

Rollright Stones

Rollright Stones

The Rollright Stones, in Oxfordshire, are steeped in mystery. Some say these stones are Knights of the King turned to stone by a witch, many, …

 

Cathedral

Cathedral

Cathedrals can be imposing but beautiful buildings. The architecture is stunning, as is the work that went in to build them. I’m not a religous …

 
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