An idyllic evening in late Spring in Balls Park, Hertford, accompanied by my dog and a white butterfly.
Great for dog walking!
The bluebells were out in force at Panshanger Park, Hertford, this year.Featured
Waterford Marshes on a sunny evening.
A scenic spot by the river in Waterford Marshes. Also fun for dogs.
An idyllic spot by a stream on a beautiful afternoon on Waterford Marshes.
Walking just outside Hertford, on a beautiful March afternoon.
The impressive new White Hart Lane stadium, February 2020, return leg of the FA cup. Spurs went on to beat Southampton 2-1.
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A warm Summer evening on the Tuscan coast, watching the sun go down at Cinquale, Versilia.
The famous Lyme Park in Cheshire, at sunset. Beautifully tranquil.
Walking through the Barbican towards the harbour in Plymouth, from where the Mayflower sailed to America in 1620.
A brief shot of the main stage area at Standon Calling in the afternoon of Sunday 28 July 2019. A great family festival.
Panshanger in early Summer
From this spot between the Old Town and the New Town you have a great view all around.
Tranquility & serenity in Panshanger Park, Hertford.
Bangkok\'s famous Flower Market, late at night, just as it starts to get busy. Shame the video can\'t capture the many scents and smells competing for attention.
A sunny afternoon in Balls Park, Hertford.
Walking towards the Scott Monument and Princes Street
Probably one of the most scenic spots in Edinburgh... with bagpipes.
Walking up the High Street, to the junction with North Bridge
The Royal Mile on a warm Spring evening - magical.
Walking through Wat Pho temple complex in Bangkok by night, totally deserted. Amazing place, amazing experience.
This is a delightful street in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. There was the Gaia exhibition while we were there, making it very atmospheric.
No-one does skyscrapers quite like Hong Kong.
The Man Mo Temple and surrounding buildings in Sheung Wan, Hong Kong.
A short walk in Cheung Chau. The tree you can see here is regarded as something of a lucky charm for the town.
Cheung Chau is a small island in the Hong Kong archipelago, with a small town, a great beach and no cars! In May they have a bun festival. Great for a day trip from central Hong Kong.
Wandering around the backstreets of Wan Chai, Hong Kong.
Is this the best view in all of Bangkok?
This elephant sanctuary on the banks of the River Kwae looks after elephants who’ve had a long working life.
The famous River Kwae, which runs through Northwest Thailand, in the early evening light.
A boat trip to Laem Sala beach, Sam Roi Yot.
The imposing entrance to Phraya Nakhon cave.
How many caves have a small forest growing inside them - and a shrine? Very much worth the steep climb up a mountain path in 40 degree heat.Featured
Walking back to Laem Sala beach from Phraya Nakhon Cave in Sam Roi Yot, in 40 degree heat. Wonderful.
The Osprey Lake in Panshanger Park shimmers in the midday sun.
Walking in Panshanger Park, Hertford, on a beautiful Spring morning, the clouds hanging in the sky as if painted there.
Wind-swept willows on a blustery day in Hartham Park, Hertford.
On a day out shopping in St Albans, we came across this very colourful brass band playing underneath the old Clock Tower on the high street. They were also very hardy, because it was bitterly cold.
One of the best things about walking around in the City of London is stumbling upon a secluded square, or one of the many historic buildings which rub shoulders with skyscrapers. This is the Dutch Church and Centre near London Wall.
A beautiful morning out with the dog in Waterford heath Park, near Waterford marshes.
The coastline of Versilia, Tuscany, from the hills overlooking Forte dei Marmi. To the left is Viareggio, to the right, further up the coast, is Porto Venere and Liguria.
The Basilica of Santissima Annunziata, Florence
Piazza Santissima Annunziata, Florence. On the left is the historic Spedale degl'Innocenti, the foundling hospital displaying one of the first "pure" forms of Renaissance architecture. The ceramic "tondi" of babies by Andrea della Robbia above the arches
The world-famous Piazza della Signoria, with Palazzo Vecchio and the Loggia de\' Lanzi, whose most famous statue is the Perseus by Cellini.
Getting lost in Florence is one of the best ways to experience the city.In this case I knew exactly where I was going - the streets eventually lead to the Basilica of Santa Croce, where Michelangelo, Galileo Galilei and Machiavelli are buried, among other
Walking towards Palazzo Vecchio.
A walk along Via de\' Tornabuoni in Florence, decked out for Christmas, to Piazza Santa Trinita\'.
In the distance, over the rooftops, are the Duomo and the Basilica of Santa Croce. The tower I am walking towards is Porta San Niccolo\', one of the original gates to the city.
Walking up the steps of San Miniato al Monte, overlooking Florence, November 2018. One of the best views of the entire city.
View of Florence from the Piazzale Michelangelo, from which you can see across the whole valley in which the city sits. The famous Duomo dominates the city across the river.It was a rainy day, but Florence was no less beautiful.
A picture-postcard panoramic view of Florence by night across the Arno river, with Ponte Vecchio and Palazzo della Signoria (Palazzo Vecchio).
Piazza Santo Spirito, in Florence\'s \"Oltrarno\" area, by night. A great place to eat and drink.
A short walk along a street in the historic centre of Florence before Christmas 2018.
One of the lakes in Panshanger Park, Hertford, on an Autumn day
Walking through Millmead Park, Hertford, as the snow gently falls. Magical.
The charming main street of Antiparos by night, Summer 2018
A view of the Roman Forum, once the beating heart of Ancient Rome, from just behind the Piazza del Campidoglio.
A view of the Via dei Fori Imperiali, in the heart of Ancient Rome.
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