Holkham Beach North Norfolk , England My Heaven x

Holkham Beach in North Norfolk , England . Listed in the Telegraph's top 20 beaches in UK and with good reason.

The beautiful streets of Castle Combe, Bath, England

BRIDGE: The beautiful streets of Castle Combe , Bath, United Kingdom.like something out of a fairy tale.

Glastonbury Tor, Somerset Levels - © David Noton

Glastonbury Tor, Somerset Levels - © David Noton - Beautiful shot of Glastonbury, it's not all about the festival! Well worth visiting the Tor for amazing views over the Somerset levels!

Norfolk-St Benet's Mill was a level drainage mill and stood on Horning marshes on the opposite side of the River Thurne to the white Thurne drainage mill. The mill was originallly built around 1775 with common sails.

Norfolk-St Benet's Mill was a level drainage mill standing on Horning marshes on the opposite side of the River Thurne to the White Thurne drainage mill - the mill was originallly built around 1775 with common sails .

Chrome Hill - Peak District, England

Another view that inspired Hedgely in Death at an English Wedding, book 7 in the Murder on Location series.

Wookey Hole caves , near Wells Somerset, England. Everyone should visit these caves, breathtaking!

Image: Wookey Caves Wookey Hole Legend has it that early cavemen inhabited Wookey Caves in Somerset, England.

Cley Windmill, Norfolk

Cley Windmill; Top UK Wedding Venue (BridesMagazine.co.uk)

Night Winter Street Scene in Bath, Somerset, England

Night Winter Street Scene in Bath, Somerset, England

Night Winter Street Scene in Bath, Somerset, England by Tim Kahane

Cromer is a largely unremarkable English seaside town, famous for its crabs but not a lot else. Looking down Jetty Street towards the open sea gives this ‘gem of the Norfolk Coast’ an exotic, almost Mediterranean air. The sky is unusually blue, the North Sea even more so and the light catching the jettied upper floors of the houses adds a warmth not always associated with this stretch of coastline. Hang some washing lines between the houses and you could almost, almost be in Naples.

Cromer is a largely unremarkable English seaside town, famous for its crabs but not a lot else. Chris Warren’s picture, looking down Jetty Street towards the open sea gives this ‘gem of the Norfolk Coast’ an exotic, almost Mediterranean air. The sky is un

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