Glenfinnan Monument stands on the bank of Loch Shiel with a kilted Highlander standing on top. There is a narrow spiral staircase to the top for a 360 degree panoramic views across water , mountains and the Glenfinnan Viaduct. The monument was built in 1815 for the brave Highlanders who fought in the rising of the jacobite in 1745. This is where Bonny Prince Charles met clans chiefs to muster their men and join him in trying to restore the Stuarts to the British throne. Today it look after by the National Trust of Scotland .
Came across this den being built in Queen Elizabeth Country Park part of the South Downs Way.
Taken at the Memorial de Caen France commemorating World War11 and the Battle of Caen.
This was taken in Queen Elizabeth Forest Stirling Scotland in the Autumn of a sulpture of a wooden toadstool.
Sculptures on the pond casting there reflections across the pond. Taken at the sculpture park near Hindhead Surrey.
Mythical and magical the little people who look after our forest
I came across these statues of horses on Leman Street London in 2017
Taken in Autumn at Queen Elizabeth Forest Park near Stirling Scotland.
The circle is a universal symbol, and as a circle it has no beginning and no end.
A court jester, the fool or joker during the Middle Ages entertaining the household of noblemen or a Monarch.