Nicholas Greenfield 628
 
Dartford, Kent
Amateur photographer, would-be writer and self-confessed sci-fi nerd. From Chichester in Sussex and currently living in Dartford, Kent. Love to travel and always on the lookout for new and interesting photos. All photos are taken on my Canon EOS 750 D or my iPhone 6.
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Dartford Library, Dartford, EnglandDartford LibraryDartford, EnglandDartford Central Library and Museum is a library in the town centre of Dartford, Kent, England. The library was opened on 1 January 1916 by A. W....Tanylan Farm, Ferryside, WalesTanylan FarmFerryside, WalesThe view from Tanylan Farm towards Kidwelly across Carmarthen Bay on 26 December 2018. No filter has been applied to this photo, these are the...Vertigo 42, London, EnglandVertigo 42London, EnglandThe view from Vertigo 42, a bar on the top floor of Tower 42 (formerly the Nat West Tower). Tower 42 is 183 metres (600 ft) high and the...The Shard, London, EnglandThe ShardLondon, EnglandOne of the most iconic London landmarks of this century. Visit the bar for free half way up, or pay to go near the top. https://www.the-shard.comSt Catherine Church (Redundant), Kingsdown, EnglandSt Catherine Church (Redundant)Kingsdown, EnglandIn the middle of fields - and part of a longer walk around Kingsdown - is the now unused Church of St Catherine's. Maintained by the Churches...Conyer Quay, Kent, EnglandConyer QuayKent, EnglandView North East from the Coastal Path leading from Conyer Quay out across the Thames Estuary. A peaceful place. Stop at the Ship Inn in Conyer...Coastal Path at Conyer Quay, Kent, EnglandCoastal Path at Conyer QuayKent, EnglandView North East from the Coastal Path leading from Conyer Quay out across the Thames Estuary. A peaceful place. Stop at the Ship Inn in Conyer...High Wood, Kent, EnglandHigh WoodKent, EnglandView from High Wood, near Harrietsham, over the Weald. Many lovely walks on footpaths not far from Leeds Castle.Stedehill Wood, Kent, EnglandStedehill WoodKent, EnglandView from Stedehill Wood, near Harrietsham, over the Weald. Many lovely walks on footpaths not far from Leeds Castle.Chartwell, Kent, EnglandChartwellKent, EnglandChartwell House, the former home of Winston Churchill, now owned by the National Trust. Interesting museum and lovely walks in the grounds.Groombridge Place Estates, Groombridge, EnglandGroombridge Place EstatesGroombridge, EnglandOne of the small lakes on the beautiful Groombridge Place estate. Visit the Crown Inn in the village, sit outside and watch the world go by.Lulworth Cove, Dorset, EnglandLulworth CoveDorset, EnglandLulworth Cove. Park before the Lulworth Cove Inn and walk east along the coastal path around the bay.Weymouth Marina, Weymouth, EnglandWeymouth MarinaWeymouth, EnglandWeymouth Harbour and Marina. Sit outside the George Inn and watch the boats come and go.Weymouth Marina, Weymouth, EnglandWeymouth MarinaWeymouth, EnglandWeymouth Harbour and Marina. Sit outside the George Inn and watch the boats come and go.Weymouth Marina, Weymouth, EnglandWeymouth MarinaWeymouth, EnglandWeymouth Harbour and Marina. Sit outside the George Inn and watch the boats come and go.Cobham Wood and Mausoleum, Kent, EnglandCobham Wood and MausoleumKent, EnglandThe Darnley Mausoleum (otherwise called Cobham Mausoleum). Part of lovely woods owned by the National Trust in Cobham Woods. Stop at Cobham itself;...The Crows Nest Bar, London, EnglandThe Crows Nest BarLondon, EnglandThe view from outside the Crows Nest Bar in Woodland Road, Crystal Palace, towards the Shard and Central London. Crystal Palace is an interesting...The Parish Church of Saint Julitta, Cornwall, EnglandThe Parish Church of Saint JulittaCornwall, EnglandPart of the footpath leading to Polruan. Lovely views of the River Fowey as it flows to the sea.Polperro, EnglandPolperroEnglandView from the coastal path to Polperro. Walk the entire path to Polruan.The Rising Sun, West Kingsdown, EnglandThe Rising SunWest Kingsdown, EnglandOne of the oddest pubs I've ever been to. Live animals inside and a bar cluttered with household items and belongings. Independently owned so no on...
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