SOE Memorial, Lambeth, topped with a striking bust of Violette Szabo
Lambeth Palace, London home of the Archbishops of Canterbury
Trafalgar Square - commemorating a national hero, scene of protests, supposedly the site of hidden treasure - and what people think is a very tiny police station...
Kenilworth - Norman keep on the right, Leicester's Building on the left
Elizabeth's garden at Kenilworth Castle
Kenilworth Castle. The latest school visit gathers near the Mortimer's Tower
The fountain and Neptune Cascade, and a bit of dappled sunlight, in Holker Hall's gardens.
Holker Hall, Cumbria - Victorian West Wing and the Elliptical Garden
Clouds Hill, Lawrence of Arabia's bolt-hole, tucked away behind the foliage...
The grave of TE Lawrence, Lawrence of Arabia, near the extraordinary church of St Nicholas, Moreton. The inscription says: TO THE DEAR MEMORY OF T E LAWRENCE FELLOW OF ALL SOULS COLLEGE OXFORD BORN 16 AUGUST 1888 DIED 19 MAY 1935 THE HOUR IS COMING & NOW IS WHEN THE DEAD SHALL HEAR THE VOICE OF THE SON OF GOD AND THEY THAT HEAR SHALL LIVE The lines are from John 5:25. Beneath that is the motto of the University of Oxford, Dominus illuminato mea – the Lord is my light.
Limestone pavement at Malham - a geographer's delight: clints, grykes, pits, pans and fabulous views.
Nothing cascades now; Malham Beck trickles out of the foot of the cliff face at Malham Cove