Towns and cities
Opened in 1864 and is over 245 feet above the high tide level the longest span of the elegant Clifton Suspension Bridge is just over 700ft
Several images blended to create a balanced exposure of the historically important Gloucester docks. Once a hive of industry, now being regenerated into a very up and coming blend of very expensive accommodation and waterfront eateries, plus of course moorings for several different types of boat.
A wet evening provides subtle reflections of the Wales Millennium Centre. The lettering on the front is in both Welsh CREU GWIR FEL GWYDR O FFWRNAIS AWEN - which translates to English as Creating Truth Like Glass From Inspiration's Furnace and in English IN THESE STONES HORIZONS SING.
As travellers came to marvel at the iron bridge this would be the first view they had of the hotel built to accommodate them - The Tontine.
On a warm and sunny day the town of Ironbridge in Shropshire is quiet due to C19 restricting people's willingness to travel despite the shops being open and desperate for trade.
A view of Whitby from the sea on a gloriously sunny day. St Mary's church on the hillside.
Whitby is famous for several things, amongst them the 199 steps. This view is from Church lane leading to the beginning of the steep flight of steps leading up to the ruined Abbey.
This is the original grammar school, dating back as far as 1586 having been founded by Queen Elizabeth the previous year. In a time when most buildings were of timber frame construction this was made of Ashlar and was a prominent building. It is now a series of private residences
Whitby steps by starlight. A composite image created from three of my originals and a sky enhancement from Skylum.
Whitby in North Yorkshire is a mix of old buildings, cobbled streets and wonky buildings. An extremely popular tourist destination in summer and a fascinating place to photograph when there is no one around. This is Sandgate - one of the older parts.
The last few steps of the famous 199 Whitby steps in darkness. Cobbled, narrow streets with old and characterful buildings make Whitby a popular tourist location.
Whitby in North Yorkshire is a mix of old buildings, cobbled streets and wonky buildings. An extremely popular tourist destination in summer and a fascinating place to photograph when there is no one around. This is Grape Lane - one of the older parts.
Whitby is famous for many things, Dracula, an abbey, goths - and this swing bridge. Still fully operational it is opened upon request for a couple of hours each side of high tide to allow the passage of larger vessels.