Taken in the meadow looking up of a side view of the Castle on Holy Island, Northumberland on the North East coast of England.
A view across the River Thames looking towards “Traitors Gate”
National Trust for Scotland, Photo was taken in March
Sea mist clearing to show one of Cornwall iconic rocky island, with its medieval church and castle.
St Michaels Mount shrouded in sea mist
Taken in the chapel at St Michaels Mount in Cornwall
The castle was built in 1544 as part of a series of fortifications around the English coastline. During the building of the castle under the order of Henry V111, the flagship The Mary Rose tragically sank in front of the castle. The only time the castle has been captured was during the English civil war by Parliamentarian forces. The castle was used by the military for many things, one being a military prison, in 1960 the castle left the military and Portsmouth Council took over and restored it, the castle is free to all visitors. The Lighthouse was built in1820’s and is still in use by shipping today.
Deep inside the Kent country side a sense of magic surrounds this romantic medieval mote manor house, spanning Centuries of history, from Medieval Knights, The Tudor Courtiers, The Victorians if only walls could talk what a story they could tell. The house and grounds are run by the National Trust.
A fairy tale castle, a fine example of Scottish baronial architecture, completed in 1626.
16th Century castle, Once the home of Lord Byron, the location is in the parish of Fyvie in the Formartine area of Aberdeenshire Scotland. It is said that the ruins are haunted by a Piper.