Two walkers in the evening light near Swyncombe Church, Oxfordshire
The high rolling country in the north east of Lincolnshire and its under-populated farmland is a peaceful area of outstanding natural beauty and belies the county's reputation as a low, flat land
The old bridge forms the key object in a Provincial Park, accessed from the bed of the abandoned roadway. British Columbia is a young place. With the exploration of the Fraser Canyon, one of the main routes to the north for road and rail has been developed and redeveloped from a horse trail to a modern road and railway route many times in the last 150 years. The original Alexandra bridge was built in 1861, replaced in 1863 and demolished by flooding of the canyon in 1894 and dismantled in 1912. After WW1 when proper automobile roads were built through the canyon a new bridge was built in 1926 and this bridge remains to this day, but was abandoned for traffic in 1964 and a new bridge built further downstream.
Found on Steep Hill in Lincoln, this very old brick building with a very creative multilevel means of entry to the main floor, a mid-level storage area and an elevated rear garden. This is something of a conversation piece!
A farm homeyard wall with heritage farming bric-a-brac in the Chilterns.
Glancing up from an evening walk in Oxfordshire I saw this windmill high up across fenced fields, positioned on the crest of the hill
The old docklands of London have become very attractive spaces in the fabric of the old industrial city. Icons of the old British life, of many sorts, are scattered everywhere. This is found just to the east of the Tower of London.