Part of the church dates back to the Medieval times, is the old Gothic porch which was built around 1524. Most of the church was rebuilt in the 17th Century, a watch house was also built in 1830, as parts of the country was violated by “Body Snatchers”. The old church though now a ruin and roofless is a picturesque and interesting building. The church can be found in the village of Duffus near Lossiemouth Scotland.
Home of Lord and Lady Egremont, Set in the South Downs National Park is one of Britain’s finest stately homes, set within a beautiful deer park. It is also home to many of the world famous paintings, many by J.M.W.Turner, VanDyck, Reynolds and Blake, together with ancient and Neo- classical sculpture and intricate woodcarving. Walks around the deer park and ponds, Now run by the National Trust.
Knowle mill better know today as Bembridge mill is a grade 1 listed preserved tower mill at Bembridge on the Isle of Wight, now run by the National Trust. Built around 1700, and was last operated in 1913, and still has most of it original machinery intact.
I just love the way the light catches the flowers and leaves, and the background is blur out.
Set in the hills at the foot of the Lecht. Originally opened as a iron ore mine in 1730, the mine saw substantial losses and closed within seven years. In 1841 the mine reopened by the Duke Of Richmond as a manganese mine, with over 60 men and boys working it was the largest manganese mine in Scotland. But sadly competition from imported ore caused the mine to close for the final time, after five years of trading. Only the crushing mill building remains which was built to carry the water wheel. The mine can be reached by an attractive short walk from the well of the Lecht car park.
Taken in Cornwall. The beach is given a look of the moon with the craters in the sand.
Spynie Castle, also known as Spynie Palace, was the fortified seat of the Bishops of Moray for around 500 years. The castle dates back to the 12th Century. The castle can be found near Lossiemouth on the A 941 from Elgin Scotland.
The fan like leaves with the shadows coming through as the sun rays hit the leaves.
Clematis have such wonderful flowers, great for taken photos of.