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Quiraing, Highland, ScotlandQuiraingHighland, ScotlandThe Cleat, Quiraing, SkyeStokesay Castle, Stokesay, EnglandStokesay CastleStokesay, EnglandGate house of Stokesay Castle. Well worth a visit.Stokesay Castle, Shropshire, EnglandStokesay CastleShropshire, EnglandThe stunning views from Stokesay Castle #instone #AboveitallPier Head Village, Liverpool, EnglandPier Head VillageLiverpool, EnglandStatue of the Beatles at the Pier Head, Liverpool taken at sunrise. Taken on a Sony a6000 with 7artisans fisheye lens.Lady Lever Art Gallery, Bebington, EnglandLady Lever Art GalleryBebington, EnglandTaken on an opteka fisheye lens.Plas Power Woods, Coedpoeth, WalesPlas Power WoodsCoedpoeth, WalesA nice walk through the woods brings you to this very photogenic weirPort Sunlight Museum & Garden Village, Birkenhead, EnglandPort Sunlight Museum & Garden VillageBirkenhead, EnglandPort Sunlight is a model village built by industrialist philanthropist Lord Lever in the late 1800s to house his employees. Lever Brothers is now...St Mary’s Plas Power Church, Rhostyllen, WalesSt Mary’s Plas Power ChurchRhostyllen, WalesPlas Power woods Bersham, Wrexham North Wales. Nant Mill waterfall during the Autumn months, hidden away in splendid woodland. There are plenty of...Frodsham, EnglandFrodshamEnglandLovely red colour of sandstone cliffs at Frodsham. The coppery green colour is actually a form of lichen growing on the cliff walls.Wepre Park, Connahs Quay, WalesWepre ParkConnahs Quay, WalesThe Haunted WaterfallConnahs Quay, WalesConnahs QuayWalesWepre FallsChester Cathedral, Chester, EnglandChester CathedralChester, EnglandChester, Cheshire, UK View into the Cloister Gardens and Water of Life statue at Chester Cathedral. Formerly a Roman fort, this walled city is...Lindisfarne Castle, Northumberland, EnglandLindisfarne CastleNorthumberland, EnglandLindisfarne Castle on a largely cloudy day. The castle dates from the sixteenth century. Owned by the National Trust, it is well worth a visit....Holy Island, Northumberland, EnglandHoly IslandNorthumberland, EnglandThe vertical poles indicate the safe route to walk (at low tide) between the mainland and Holy Island. The phot is taken from Holy Island looking...Delamere Forest, Cheshire, EnglandDelamere ForestCheshire, EnglandDelamere Forest or Delamere Forest Park is a large wood near the village of Delamere in Cheshire, England. The woodland, which is managed by the...Delamere Forest, Cheshire, EnglandDelamere ForestCheshire, EnglandDelamere Forest or Delamere Forest Park is a large wood near the village of Delamere in Cheshire, England. The woodland, which is managed by the...Falls Of Falloch, ScotlandFalls Of FallochScotlandThe ‘Woven Sound’ was designed to provide a sheltered space to experience the Falls of Falloch at closer range – providing a brand new viewpoint to...Ceunant Mawr Waterfall, Llanberis, WalesCeunant Mawr WaterfallLlanberis, WalesCeunant Mawr Waterfall is an easy 15 minute walk from the centre of Llanberis. We visited the day after some rain and it was most impressive.Helmsley Castle, Helmsley, EnglandHelmsley CastleHelmsley, EnglandEast Tower Helmsley Castle. English Heritage site.Cregennan lakes, Gwynedd, WalesCregennan lakesGwynedd, WalesCaught a moonrise over Cregennan Lake. It's a beautiful, quite spot in the south of the Snowdonia National Park. I don't think many people know...
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