Pontsticill Reservoir is a large reservoir lying partly in the county of Powys and partly within the County of Merthyr Tydfil in south wales. It lies within the Breacon Beacons National Park.
Along the PierA photo taken while visiting clevedon pier showing the length of the struture
Rocky OutcropA long exposure shot taken looking out to sea from Hartland Quay.
Blaen Y Glyn
One of the many waterfalls coming down the Blaen Y Glyn River from the mountains in the Brecon Beacons
an absract photo taken of the beach huts at dawlish warren
Down The Steps
Pulteney bridge in Bath at blue hour.
Lynx Fly ByThe Lynx fly by at Glastonbury Tor in Somerset on 17/03/2017
Ogwen Valley - SnowdoniaThe river running down the mountain into the Ogwen Valley with the sun setting behind Tyrfan
Sunrise At BorgarnesSun rising over the beautiful landscape mountains at Borgarnes in Iceland
Hartland Point Lighthouse
This dramatic image shows the sun lighting the Lighthouse at Hartland Point with the rough sea’s beyond
Over & OutClevedon Pier is the only surviving Grade I-listed pier in the UK opened in 1869. Described by Sir John Betjeman as [...]