• 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 …

  • 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 we arrived in the village, the sky was blue with a few clouds. After a late lunch at the local pub, the grey clouds had arrived, perfect for taking long …

  • 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, many, years ago. I like a good myth associated with somewhere ancient and there are plenty where I come from. I spent the afternoon with a friend at these stones …

  • The Dolphins

    These standing structures called The Dolphins were used to practice the D-Day landings that took place in Normandy in WWII. When the tide is low you can get up close to the structures and something I plan on doing when we next have good weather here in the UK. I used an ND10 filter for …

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