Another glorious sunrise cycling into Bedgebury Pinetum.
Getting stuck waiting at a level crossing, annoying…. when it’s a steam train however!
The iconic Harland & Wolff cranes that dominate the Belfast skyline.
Something that has been on our bucket list and one of the main reasons we visited Northern Ireland.
Apparently on Game of Thrones for eight seconds, an interesting place to visit though.
Another day exploring Belfast, this street was very impressive and the Guinness in the pub pretty good as well!
A trip to Belfast. It was an interesting city, very rich in history and brilliant to explore.
Marshalls Lake at Bedgebury Pinetum is one of its most photographed spots. Named after William Beresford, 1st Viscount Beresford who…
An early start can sometimes be a struggle but when it avoid the heat and with a sunrise like this…
A local footpath goes through the grounds of Combwell Priory, some woods, a SSSi and these summery paddocks.
The National Botanic Garden of Wales was fantastic. The beautiful hot house was scorching inside though!
I love visiting Gower, unfortunately this time we didn’t have enough time to go to the end but I love…
A short but pretty walk from our Airbnb on this short break to Wales.
I was lucky enough to be part of a small group shown around Chatsworth gardens and estate. Such an incredible…
The countryside around Bodiam Castle is really beautiful, especially on a glorious summers day.
A lovely walk near the Ferry Inn at Stone in Oxney on Romney Marsh.
Walking across the beautiful tree top walkway at Westonbirt Arboretum.
My first visit to the National Arboretum at Westonbirt.
I’ve been taking photos on my phone for years but the level of detail you can capture now even…
It’s always a sign spring is arriving when the bluebells start coming out. I always find them very difficult to…
Yet another photo from Bedgebury. Spring is on the way!
A beautiful and sunny winters day, perfect for walking the dog in Kilndown woods.
Taken on a damp and misty bike ride near Biddenden.
One of the quieter and lesser visited parts of Bedgebury forest where some diseased trees needed to be cleared.
Last night I went around Christmas at Bedgebury. As usual it was very busy but great to see the Pientum…
Despite being the home of the national conifer collection Bedgebury still has an amazing selection of Autumn foliage colours.
An amazing but long walk from Capel Curig to Swallow Falls (near Betws-y-Coed) and back.
A rest day from walking, we went on the Ffestiniog Railway, can’t beat a steam train!
The Fairy Glen near Betws-y-Coed is a natural gorge and beauty spot on our walk into town for a bit…