View from the chalk hills down to the Atlantic Ocean and a swimmer enjoying 30C heat in August.
The cliffs on the south coast have all been thrown up from the ground unevenly, so as you walk along, you can see the ground in front of you. This was taken looking in an even line straight ahead.
Quiet little boat house at Birling Gap in the Seven Sisters hills on the south coast of England.
Pattern of the waves on the beach at Birling Gap on the south coast of England.
The chalk cliffs of the Seven Sisters hills near Beachyhead on one of the hottest day of the year.
On the south coast of England, in the Seven Sisters chalk hills, lies Birling Gap. Even on the hottest day of the year the beach is quiet and you can see for miles.
Leaves start to fall in Burnham Beeches, Buckinghamshire.
Vancouver seawall at the beginning of autumn.
The Grant Narrows boat launch at the Pitt Polder Ecological Reserve, British Columbia.
Two different shades of Sorbus.
Wildflowers in the churchyard of the tiny St. Faiths church in Llanfoist, Wales.
Ivy overgrowing on stone walls in the Welsh village of Llanfoist is not stopped by anything.
The window slightly modernised bathroom in the basement of Abergavenny Castle in Wales is slowly being overgrown with ivy.
The view from Abergavenny Castle in a ferocious passing Welsh rainstorm – you can see the mountains to the left of the building in the view but not the right.
The crumbling walls of the 900 year old Tintern Abbey are alive with thistles and daisies and toadflax and all sorts of grasses!
In the dark shadow of Tintern Abbey, the crack of light that creeps across the grass is the perfect shape of the ancient front gates.
The haunting ruins of Tintern Abbey, in south Wales.
An open closed road, right off the main road across Unst.
Bus shelters in Unst are strangely accommodating, and often have chairs in or around them, even when on the main and only road across the island.
A group of limpets at Norwick Beach, a place of geological interest as a site where oceanic crust was pushed up and stranded on continental crust 420 million years ago.
Fog near Belmont, Unst. It came rolling in, in a heavy wall under bright August sun.
Peeking inside the ruins of tiny St Olaf’s Kirk in west Unst, Shetland.
Quiet field near a ruined 12th century viking church at sunset.