Taken this morning whilst walking my dog on Butser Hill in Hampshire, and looking East towards West Sussex as the sun was rising.
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 .
One of the many lakes in the Lake District, Derwentwater is a 15 minutes stroll from Market Square in Keswick.
Jack Frost has been at work, through the trees and on the ground turning everything white.
A cold walk with Tilly my Cocker Spaniel this morning
Taken in Keswick by the cricket ground in the Lake District Park
I took this shot in Scotland of a icy river running through the woods with snow and ice.
A group of deer huddle together in the wet grass of Petworth Park grounds
Wray Castle can be found in the Lake District in Ambleside, and has amazing views across Lake Windermere and the hills. A surgeon and a heiress from Liverpool in 1840 began to build the castle. Today the castle is run by the National Trust.
Dunster Castle Exmoor Somerset impressive gatehouse built in the Medieval time, the castle is the home of the Luttrell family for over 600 years. It run by the National Trust, there is also a 18th Century watermill and a riverside wooded garden, and also dog friendly but must be on a short lead.
Such a cute dog all wrinkly the Shar pei from Southern China