A windsurfer enjoying the sea about to make a jump, taken at Hayling Island Hampshire.
Sculptures on the pond casting there reflections across the pond. Taken at the sculpture park near Hindhead Surrey.
A derelict building in Bramshott Hampshire which has now been pulled down.
A shot of a firework exploding with it reflection reflecting on the lake at Arundel West Sussex.
Mythical and magical the little people who look after our forest
I came across these statues of horses on Leman Street London in 2017
The Druid’s Temple at South Ythsie is in what used to be called the Chapel fauld. This 27 feet diameter six stone circle has no recumbent stone and is typical of those found in East Scotland. The stone date back 2000 BC and stand on a 3 foot mound approximately 200 feet above sea level.
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.
To commemorate those who have fallen in service all over the World