The Falkland Arms Pub in Great Tew, Oxfordshire. Being in Great Tew, we dropped into the Falkland arms for a Saturday light lunch. Good plan!
That’s the entrance to Marylebone Station from London, taking you out to Aylesbury and the surrounding area, or as far as Snow Hill in Birmingham. Travelling via Bicester or Banbury we normally arrive in and depart from London via Marylebone, so we know the station pretty well. From Marylebone the underground delivers us quickly to…
Business trips aren’t always the best for photo opportunities. Given the right hotel and a sunrise, with camera in hand, here’s a nice sunrise in Leeds.
Heading from robertsbridge by a different route (doing a bit of exploring) we decided to stop and see the Brighton Marina, and have a bite to eat.
A little visit to London. Camden Market at sundown – it’s always a great place to visit and nice to sit in one of the pubs as the day turns into evening.
Starting with a family wedding in May, the spring and summer have been filled with activities. Now i’m trying to catch up. Here’s part 1. From home we can be anywhere in London in under 2 hours. It’s a trip we do occasionally just for fun, or sometimes on business. We recently had a visitor…
Being in the area with a few hours of winter daylight left, we took a drive to Hastings, where we found ourselves at St Leonards beach on a windy afternoon after storm Eleanor.
Beautiful spring sky over Cheshire one morning. from 500px Big Cheshire Sky via IFTTT Big Cheshire Sky A beautiful spring morning in Cheshire, looking over a golf course at Mottram Hall Hotel in Macclesfield. I stayed in Macclesfield on a trip. As I was leaving the hotel I was presented with this view, and really…
Christmas is close when the Christmas markets start. For us the Birmingham German Market is the big event. For 2016 we stayed over and enjoyed it.
City break in Birmingham to see the German Market. This is our arrival at night at the new New Street Station.
It’s braai time. A barbecue if you are not southern African, but one way or another an excuse to enjoy an al-fresco lunch cooked over burning charcoal.
St James Lake in Brackley. Reflections of the trees in the lake, in black and white.