Category UK Towns & Cities
When meeting friends in London last Sunday, I was tasked with coming up with an itinerary, so I looked north. Our meeting point was Warwick Avenue tube station, from where we walked a few minutes to the Regents Canal and Little Venice. We had decided to take the narrow boat to Camden Lock, which leaves […]
For my latest football trip to Manchester to watch the City v United derby, I decided to linger a little, so stayed the night and took a walk around Manchester’s Northern Quarter next morning. First up in the quirkiness stakes was my hotel. I stayed in the newly completed Ibis Styles hotel near Piccadilly Station. […]
I visited beautiful Ashford Forest in East Sussex today with Mrs Wilbur & Oli. The forest is best known as the setting that inspired the Winnie the Pooh books. We saved Pooh’s best known haunts for another day, but had a lovely stroll in another part of the forest with gorgeous views over the valley […]
Following on the Olympic theme, I was fortunate enough to be working at Eton Dorney the entire week of the Olympic rowing. When I say working, I actually spent most of my time watching the races and taking photographs. This is a photo that I took of two patriotic Brits who were there for the […]
As the Rio Olympics is nearly upon us, I thought that I would share some Olympic themed photos over the next couple of weeks. I start with Portland in Dorset, where in May 2012 I went on a charity walk with some friends & colleagues. As well as a lovely stretch of coastline, you can […]
People flock to Japan every year to see the spectacular cherry blossoms and from the pictures that I have seen they have every reason to do so. Whilst I still dream of making it to Japan one day soon, a stroll in my local park has given me a tiny taste of the bigger picture……. […]
OK I admit it. I have cheated. Having only ever been to Guangzhou in China and never having yet ventured to Mexico I was really scuppered in my pursuit of a place I have been to beginning with X. I therefore give you Exeter, which at least sounds like it begins with X. Exeter is […]
There was a time not too long ago when St Paul’s Cathedral was the tallest building within view of the River Thames. The wonderful piece of architecture famously designed by Sir Christopher Wren, took pride of place on the riverside skyline with the steeples of nearby churches standing in deference to their big brother. Then […]
Following on from Friday’s photo, we travelled to Pembrokeshire in Wales in Easter 2012. Everything they say about the area is true – stunning, unspoilt & uncrowded. This shot was taken in the countryside near St Davids on a day of sunshine and showers.
This is a picture that I took in the Caribbean, sorry I mean the Pembrokeshire Coast in Wales. It may not have been quite so warm at Whitesands Beach, but it certainly was picturesque.