Waiting for the first glimpse of the sun.
British Camp can just be seen in the distance.
Gower and Swansea Bay
Surf school in progress.
Boat cruise in the Wye Valley
Tower Bridge, River Thames and The Shard
The 16 locks that form the steepest part of the flight at Caen Hill.
13th century bridge built to enable pack horses cross the river.
Barbury Castle on the horizon.
The View From Ivinghoe Beacon - the end (or start) of the Ridgeway Walk.
Also known as Bratton White Horse, this monument is located just below Bratton Camp, an Iron Age hil
A 19th-century re-creation castle. It was built between 1811 and 1820 for the 1st Earl Somers. Much
Officially renamed the Prince of Wales Bridge in 2018. Linking England and Wales via the M4 motorway
This photo displays just how slender this suspension bridge is!
One of Bristol’s favourite landmarks. Designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
You can see the 19th century lock up on the side of the bridge.
The SDR - South Devon Railway - celebrated 60 years of the reign of Queen Elizabeth in June, 1912.
Completed in 1762 as a gift for Princess Augusta, the founder of the Gardens. Designed for Kew by Si
From 18metres above the ground a new perspective of trees is gained.
In the Costswolds. Gloucester Road, Painswick, Gloucestershire, GL6 6TH
Built during the 1860s to attract tourists and provide a ferry port for rail passengers to South Wal
Reconstructed round house at Llangorse Lake.
The Old Lock & Weir, Ferry Road, Hanham Mills, Bristol, BS15 3NU.
Designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel for the Great Western Steamship Company.
The waterfront in Bristol.
On Saturdays and Wednesdays there's a market in the High Street selling all manner of wares.