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Places we’ve visited

During our travels, we’ve viewed some beautiful places, some local, some across the seas. These places are dear to our hearts, and bring back many fond memories. We would love to revisit these places again… and we hope you enjoy our photos as much as we have pleasure in taking them. Here’s to the next 10+ years…..

  • Alcatraz also known as ‘The Rock’

    Alcatraz also known as ‘The Rock’

    Alcatraz, the former military fort and notorious maximum-security federal prison that housed the likes of Al Capone and Machine Gun Kelly, and the site of the Indian “Red River Movement” and Occupation from 1969-1971, offers visitors to get and up and close glimpse of life on Alcatraz Island. In addition to the historical importance of…

  • Allington Locks

    Allington Locks

    ALLINGTON Marina is ideally located five minutes driving time from the M20 motorway and five minutes cruising time from Allington lock where the Medway becomes tidal. Situated at the end of the non tidal Medway navigation in the beautiful natural environment of the Allington/Boxley valley it is no surprise that boating publications have described Allington…

  • Animals and Wildlife

    Animals and Wildlife

    Apart from Photography the other passion in our lives is dogs.  We love our animals and they are part of the family… and don’t they know it! Boy do they take liberties with us. 😀 😀 We don’t get to do a lot of wildlife photography.  Which is more the pity, but we don’t have…

  • Aria Force – Cumbria

    Aria Force – Cumbria

    Aira Force is a waterfall in the English Lake District, in the civil parish of Matterdale and the county of Cumbria. The site of the waterfall is owned by the National Trust. The stream which flows over the waterfall is Aira Beck, which rises on the upper slopes of Stybarrow Dodd at a height of…

  • Ashenbank Woods

    Ashenbank Woods

    Ashenbank Wood is a fantastic place to visit, with so much of interest on offer within the wood and the surrounding area. Its 74 acre (29.95ha) mix of ancient woodland and former wood pasture provides a range of habitats, closed canopy and open areas, veteran trees and notable wildlife species. The ancient woodland contains mainly…

  • Bateman’s House

    Bateman’s House

    Bateman’s is a 17th-century house located in Burwash, East Sussex, England. Author Rudyard Kipling lived in Bateman’s from 1902 to his death in 1936. His wife bequeathed the house to the National Trust on her death in 1939, and it has since been opened to the public. Bateman’s is a modest Jacobean Wealden sandstone mansion…

  • Battle


    Battle is a small town and civil parish in the local government district of Rother in East Sussex, England. It lies 55 miles (89 km) south-south-east of London, 32 miles (51 km) east of Brighton and 24 miles (39 km) east of Lewes. Also nearby are Hastings to the south-east and Bexhill-on-Sea to the south.…

  • Beech Court Gardens

    Beech Court Gardens

    Situated in 9 acres, Beech Court Gardens was laid out in an informal way nearly 70 years ago using the natural contours of the previously farmed land. The delightful pond was originally dug as a drinking trough for horse, situated adjacent to the Oast House Tea Rooms, which provides an ideal spot to sit and…

  • Belmont House and Gardens

    Belmont House and Gardens

    Belmont is a Georgian house and gardens in Throwley, near Faversham in east Kent. Built between 1769 and 1793, it has been described as “a marvellous example of Georgian architecture that has remained completely unspoilt”. The house is famous for the most extensive private collection of clocks in England. There was no house or estate on…

  • Birling Gap

    Birling Gap

    Birling Gap is a coastal hamlet within the parish. It is situated on the Seven Sisters not far from Beachy Head and is owned by the National Trust. Coastal erosion has already removed some of the row of coastguard cottages built in 1878, and those that remain are still inhabited. There is a cafe, shop…

  • Bodiam Castle

    Bodiam Castle

    Bodiam Castle (/ˈboʊdiəm/) is a 14th-century moated castle near Robertsbridge in East Sussex, England. It was built in 1385 by Sir Edward Dalyngrigge, a former knight of Edward III, with the permission of Richard II, ostensibly to defend the area against French invasion during the Hundred Years’ War. Of quadrangular plan, Bodiam Castle has no…

  • Broadview Gardens

    Broadview Gardens

    Broadview Gardens is a unique garden originally designed and maintained as a teaching resource for students at Hadlow College, now open to the public. The gardens are maintained by a dedicated team of gardeners and offer work experience for students and volunteers. The 8 acres of garden are formed around a 100 metre long double…


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