Mike Shorten 2906
 
County Durham UK
Happily trying to improve my iPhone photography as I travel locally and worldwide
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Easby Abbey, North Yorkshire, EnglandEasby AbbeyNorth Yorkshire, EnglandA great walk around the back of Easby Abbey, from the high path you get a great view looking down and across the old Abbey and ChurchEasby Abbey, Richmond, EnglandEasby AbbeyRichmond, EnglandThere is never a more beautiful time of the year than the golden colours of AutumnGateshead Millennium Bridge, Gateshead, EnglandGateshead Millennium BridgeGateshead, EnglandSunset from the ‘Eye’ bridge looking onto the iconic Sage building, with Newcastle Tyne Bridge in the distance.Central Arcade, Newcastle upon Tyne, EnglandCentral ArcadeNewcastle upon Tyne, EnglandBeautiful but if tradition in the centre of NewcastleThornton Steward Sailing Club, North Yorkshire, EnglandThornton Steward Sailing ClubNorth Yorkshire, EnglandThe geese are getting ready to fly for the winter away from North YorkshireNuns beach, Ballybunnion, IrelandNuns beachBallybunnion, IrelandNuns beach is very dramatic but I prefer Ladies Beach just a short walk away. Nuns beach has no real access to the sand.Nuns beach, Ballybunnion, IrelandNuns beachBallybunnion, IrelandNuns beach at Ballybunnion, not a beach to get down to but the ladies beach is great for beach fun and fantastic for surfingDurham Cathedral, Durham, EnglandDurham CathedralDurham, EnglandDurham cathedral taken from the cloisters, the cathedral is often cited as the best in the UK. Such history dating back to the 11th century and...Neilson's Baia Dei Mori, Budoni, ItalyNeilson's Baia Dei MoriBudoni, ItalySunset at the beach at Baia Dei Mori,The Thames at Windsor, Windsor, EnglandThe Thames at WindsorWindsor, EnglandThe Thames at Windsor just as the sun sets. Well Known fact, all swans in Britain are owned by the Queen.Windsor Castle, Windsor, EnglandWindsor CastleWindsor, EnglandLooking away from Windsor castle are the quaint narrow streets, the bunting is probably left over from the royal wedding.Windsor Castle, Windsor, EnglandWindsor CastleWindsor, EnglandStunning and majestic. The largest and oldest occupied castle in the world!Eskdale Mill, Boot, EnglandEskdale MillBoot, EnglandEskdale walks from Eskdale campsite. A great place to pitch your tent. We took a 3km walk from the campsite, 1 1/2 hr moderate difficulty with a 20...Eskdale Mill, Boot, EnglandEskdale MillBoot, EnglandA most beautiful place, tucked up along the Eskdale. Fantastic campsite, within walking distance of 4 great pubs and a an infinite list of hill walks.Old Railway Line, Richmond, EnglandOld Railway LineRichmond, EnglandWe parked at Station carpark (£1.20 for 4 hours). Great cafe, micro brewery and deli at the station and then 3 mike walk loop back to the car via...Easby Abbey, North Yorkshire, EnglandEasby AbbeyNorth Yorkshire, EnglandEasby Abbey dates back to the 11th Century. The walk from ‘Station’ car park is easy going and is 3miles as a loop back to the car park. The Abbey...Sa Carbonera - View Point, Balearic Islands, SpainSa Carbonera - View PointBalearic Islands, SpainHeading through the Es Canar village of Ibiza, I took this picture walking to the Hippie Market, 45th anniversary of a market that started in 1973.Santa Eulària des Riu, SpainSanta Eulària des RiuSpainThese views just repeat themselves wherever you go around the coast of Ibiza.Gelateria Miretti, Santa Eulària des Riu, SpainGelateria MirettiSanta Eulària des Riu, SpainBeautiful views and great ice cream, the walk along the promenade takes you past bars and beaches and beautiful sceneryIbiza Old Town, Ibiza, SpainIbiza Old TownIbiza, SpainAs you walk up to the old castle walls you catch glimpses of local uncommercialised streets
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