The Peak District of derbyshire has many, many such abandoned barns. Planners won't allow conversion to accommodation, farmers don't need them - so the yare left to fall down.
Standing on top of a 136m (446ft) hill above Sunderland is the Earl of Durham's Monument probably more widely known as Penshaw Monument . It is a half size replica of the Temple of Hephaestus in Athens and as you can see here is beautifully lit at night. The moon, whilst there, was not in the place I wanted it to be so has been edited to appear in the location seen here.
Dog prints on the beach surrounded by a heart shape drawn with a pointy stick.
A light sprinkling of rain gives the cobbled Abbey Street in Bath an attractive reflective quality.
Let sleeping tigers be. Despite appearances this seemingly sleeping tiger was instantly alert whenever something brightly coloured and child sized came near. Sumatran tiger
A small selection of British garden birds. Chaffinch, Great Tit, Blue Tit, Greenfinch.
A simple still life image of a bowl of pears on a wooden table with a gently soft background.
Very close up detail of a steam train wheel
A walk along a country path lead to this chance meeting with a curious cow
The Corsican Pine - Pinus nigra is an extremely hardly tree that is even happy to grow in sand and resistant to salt spray making it a popular choice for coastal forestry.