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Super green fields of the Glan-Y-Nant valley, around the back of Llanidloes town. Great walks through green welsh hills, following the path of the...
The Walrus and the Carpenter
Sampling local oysters in the small but legendary Walrus and the Carpenter. Top notch seafood, which you can then walk off wandering through...
Amazing burger in the hip Fremont neighbourhood. Onion rings as big as plates!
Sisters And Brothers
Fried chicken sandwich at the bar in the very cool Sisters and Brothers bar. I'm told this area feels like Capitol Hill used to 10 years ago. Well...
Seattle Great Wheel
Looking out at Elliott Bay from Seattle Waterfront, the mountains of the Olympic National Park in the background. Another beautiful evening in the...
The dark mass of Norham Castle, rising above the river Tweed. Often attacked by the Scots, it was once one of the most dangerous places in...
Greater London, England
A very grey Tower Bridge from the water - still often confused with the less photogenic London Bridge...
One Tree Hill Vista Point
Greenwich park has great views, looking down onto Greenwich, with the river Thames and Canary Wharf in the background. There's some great trees to...
The Albert Memorial
The Albert Memorial basking in January winter sunshine. One of the many things to 'find' in London's wonderful Hyde Park.
Looking South across the Thames at Greenwich and the Royal Naval College. You can cross the Thames here using the foot tunnel - about 10 mins walk.
A New Year walk, Lewisham style. There are London parks that feel quite wild in pockets :) #WinterWonders
Scremeston beach, with the town of Berwick-upon-Tweed just visible in the background. We saw a seal fishing just off the rocks. One of many...
The Scottish Borders, Scotland
Duns castle and swans, silhouetted by a winters sunset. The castle is a private home, but there's great public walks in its grounds... #WinterWonders
The Scottish Borders, Scotland
Looking at the clouds in still water - a moment of calm in the middle of the woods. One of the great walks in Duns castle grounds. #WinterWonders
Looking back up the Tweed at the 3 bridges at Berwick-Upon-Tweed. #winterwonders
London has a number of open air swimming pools (lidos), and ponds. Some are quite old, and have some odd traditions (Christmas Day swim anyone?)....
One of many things I like to do in Copenhagen is get a front seat on one of their driverless subway trains. It's like being In a sci-fi movie! #merch
If there's no waves here, there's no waves anywhere! #endlesssummer
Watching the waves with Reed Point in the background - one of those spots where you're lucky to see another surfer!
Ogbourne St Andrew
Ogbourne Saint Andrew, England
The sleepy village of Ogbourne St Andrew - you can just see the thatched roof behind the telephone pole. Follow the road through the village and up...
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