Bielersee/Lac de Bienne

Bielersee/Lac de Bienne

An Ansel Adams-esque view from the marina down the Bielersee/Lac de Bienne (Lake of Biel) in Switzerland on a typically hazy morning sunrise.

In God's Country

In God's Country

Rays of sunshine and gentle haze highlight the layers of the beautiful Cotswolds landscape. The Cotswolds is an Area of Natural Beauty in Gloucestershire, England.

Weathered sentinel

Weathered sentinel

This ancient has bent, but not broken. Weathering many a storm it seems, he maintains his watch over Gloucester and Cheltenham from Barrow Wake at Birdslip, Gloucestershire, England.

Winter gold

Winter gold

A gentle winter scene of muted tones with a splash of gold

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Sunrise at Barrow Wake

Sunrise at Barrow Wake

The last moment just before sunrise at Barrow Wake Viewpoint in Birdlip, Gloucestershire

Small is beautiful

Small is beautiful

These tiny mosses growing on a felled tree are beautiful against the texture of the wood

Fire in the skies

Fire in the skies

The briefest of moments after sunset which lights the sky on fire is one of natures most wonderous of gifts

Contemplating the view

Contemplating the view

Taking in the incredible and surreal landscape of The Burren, an area of outstanding natural beauty in County Clare, Ireland.

You're the Bull. You're the Bull. You're the Bull.

You're the Bull. You're the Bull. You're the Bull.

Just…. Handsome.

Mullaghmore

Mullaghmore

A breathtaking layered limestone hill in the Burren.

Fr Ted's House

Fr Ted's House

Glanquin Farmhouse which featured in the Television series “Father Ted” as the home of the eponymous hero is actually located in the Burren, not on an actual island

Stone stacks

Stone stacks

These stone stacks can be seen throughout the Burren region. Their purpose is lost in time, though likely to be related to burial rituals, but the locals maintain the tradition of building and maintaining them

Poulnabrone

Poulnabrone

The Poulnabrone dolmen is one of the iconic images of the Burren region. It is a portal tomb from the Neolithic period (circa 3500 years BC) - The original eastern portal stone is on the ground on the left as it split in 1985 and a replacement (from the same site) was used as part of the rebuild of the tomb. A shame but it had, after all, held up the cap-stone for circa 5500 years at that stage…

Lovers by the sea

Lovers by the sea

A quiet moment of togetherness looking out over the Atlantic ocean at Fenore, County Clare, Ireland

Sun setting on Fenore

Sun setting on Fenore

The Sun getting low in the sky as the Atlantic crashes into the rocky shoreline of the Wild Atlantic Way in Ireland