Malham Cove and moor / April 2015

Throwback to April 2015 and my documentary on trip to Malham. It was lovely day. We have visited Malham Cove, Moors, Tarn, Gordale Scar and Janets Foss and walked probably over 13 miles / 20 kilometers !

Here you are:

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Evening Walk around village in Essex / April 2017

As we live in Saffron Walden, Essex, our walks always trace paths around village. One particular route we do as often as we can – 5 days a week goes around fields.

We usually pass little forest (or bushes if you wish), fields and a pond.

Yeasterday there was a time to test Hoya polarizer filter, I also had chance to capture moon 🙂

Every day is different as the weather, sky, sun, hence I have an opportunity to capture magical moments of nature:

Bournemouth by night ! / December 2016

I visited Bournemouth on a trip to Stonehenge 🙂 Arrived at night and went for a walk:

Ps. Simply enlarge the pic by clicking the one you like 🙂

Stonehenge / December 2016

Everyone knows the oldest megaliths of the world ? Don’t ya ?

Stonehenge was on my bucket list and due to long break between Christmas and New Year we decided to go somewhere xd

Long way m11 and m25 to Stonehenge then spent night in Bournemouth – we had walks at night and before the sunrise – pictures soon ! Last point was Durdle Door – post about it in preparation.

Stonehenge:

Admission: £15,50

There is a museum with a few exhibitions, Stonhenge builders village next to the visitor centre and other neolitic relicts (burrows) around:

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Knaresborough and Mother Shipton’s Cave / Spring 2014

Mother Shipton’s Cave (or “Old Mother Shipton’s Cave”) is at Knaresborough, North Yorkshire, England, near to the River Nidd. Nearby is a petrifying well which is the oldest entrance charging tourist attraction in England, open since 1630. It is associated with the legendary soothsayer and prophetess Mother Shipton (c. 1488 – 1561), born Ursula Southeil, wife of Toby Shipton. According to legend she was born in the cave. The cave and dropping well, together with other attractions, remain open to visitors.