A late winter's afternoon view of the Royal Hospital School Holbrook, Suffolk. The photo was taken from the marina at Holbrook Creek.
With a tidal range that may vary from high to low tide by more than 4.5m, the Tollesbury Saltmarshes are a constant source of beauty and wonder. The marshes’ distinctive topography is caused by the disparate flows of water created by the area’s large tidal range forming a wide array of channels and creeks. One minute you are afloat and then soon after you are grounded, waiting for the next tide.
Ribblehead Viaduct in the autumn. The photo was taken in 1961 by my late brother-in-law, Peter Paton, and the post processing is by myself in 2020. This is just one of the 14,000 railway related photos Peter took in his lifetime.
For all that the Scottish Highlands can be rugged and harsh, they also have the ability to convey a sense of calm and serenity. Just north of Eriboll, Scotland, we came across such a scene as we looked north to Loch Eriboll.
There is nothing more beautiful than looking the length of Loss Ness to the mountains beyond. It gives a real sense of calm and appreciation for the natural world.