Change of pace, and location. On a cold Winter day along the quays of the Old Stockholm, this beautiful building from 1906, on a site dating back to the 15th Century, originally founded by German monks.
Lots of overcast skies in the uK, which makes for dramatic views and memories! This is the beachfront in Waymouth.
I’m pretty happy with this one. I particularly like the light. Feels like a modern day Romantic British painter did this – Turner, Constable come to mind – but i’m no art expert. Anyway, pretty happy with this one.
Wanted to, but did not eat at the Crown. I had quite a bit of road to cover and night was falling. I just enjoyed the sight against the bright, soon to be night sky.
In one of the most beautiful villages in England, Castle Combe, this cottage, by the side of the road, is, even though I interpreted a tad, a typical example of why that village is such a hit with visitors.
The New Forest, in Hampshire, offers plenty of eye candy.
This is the Beaulieu river, with some Beaulieu houses in the background.
An inviting and cozy cottage in Ewelme. The British are impeccable landscapers, as attests this place.
The skies were pretty dark, which made for a colour rich study.
The Cotswolds, famous for hundreds of honey-coloured limestone villages in beautiful rural settings, is a must see if you happen to be in England.
I’ve been exploring that area and found beautiful places and very picturesque scenes. You need only open your eyes. The rest is automatically done for you.
On a trip through the New Forest, in South-West England, I stopped by this field to capture this beautiful, gnarly tree.