Taken from the cliff at the RSPB site near Downie Bay
Taken on 31 March 2016 at the RSPB site off the B9031 between Gardenstown and Fraserburgh Scotland. Follow a single track road until you reach the farm, just past the farm there is a RSPB car park, then you walk along the fields for about 20 minutes to the coastal cliffs where the Gannets are.
Open on the 18th October 2005 and stands 170m [ 560ft] above sea level, making it one of the tallest accessible structures in the UK outside of London, at a cost of £35.6 million. The tower represent sails billowing in the wind. It is the centrepiece of the redevelopment of Portsmouth Harbour. In July 2015 following a commercial sponsorship deal with Dubai-based Emirates Airlines, The tower was renamed Emirates Spinnaker Tower
Needles Lighthouse Isle Of Wight, built by Trinity House in 1859, Constructed from granite and stands 33.25 Metres high and is a circular tower with straight sides. In 1987 a helipad was added, and in 1994 the last keeper left the lighthouse when it became fully automated.
Taken at Hayling Island Hampshire
Taken on the Isle Of Wight
A rollercoaster path from Port Quin to Port Isaac, Distance about 6 miles. Good coastal path but some of the sections run very close to unguarded cliff edges. A exhilarating hike. one section of the North Cornwall costal path
A 91years old Baltic trader in dock at Charlestown Cornwall. Charlestown was also one of the film locations used in Poldark.
Black & White picture of a small boat on the slipway. Taken at Porthgwarra, some of the Poldark series was also filming here. where Ross takes his morning swim, spied on by his maid Demelza, and the pilchard catch once vital to the local economy and Cornish diet, was filmed here.
Situated in the St Just mining District, one of the most ancient hard-rock tin and copper mining areas in Cornwall.