Accidentally stumbled over a fence, and into an abandoned theme park.
Got a couple of hours in there to explore and relive our child hoods.
A Tractor was parked on the edge of the car park for the abbey. This is someones main mode of transport. Pretty stylish way to travel.
He’d parked it perfectly for a sea side back drop.
We wandered over in to the Yorkshire Dales. It was pretty marshy, and I completely ruined my white converse. But the shots were worth it.
I’d waited for the sun to just drop behind the barn.
The beach at Cockersand. I had waited for the clouds to come in front of the sun to stop the glare. When I did the rays shone though, and it all lined up perfectly.
First photos in over a year. I’d like to thank thesovoprodo for actually missing my blog. It’s really heart warming to receive a message saying that someone would like to see more of something you’re proud of. So thank you. Sincerely.
This is a farm built by the ruins of Cockersand Abbey in Lancashire. It’s an odd hexagon building with not much going for it.
Blea Tarn in the Lake District.
I took this in 2007 when I was still in college, on my old Nikon D70.
Natural History Museum in London. #2
The Natural History Museum in London.
Trafalgar Square, and The National Gallery taken this weekend in London.
There was a west-end show going on at the time.
The clouds were amazing, the rain had just stopped and the sun shone through.
Sacristia de la Caterdral. A cathedral in Barcelona, Spain. If I remember it correctly it was next to a part with an open roof, where birds flew in to an inside garden. It was quite bizarre to enter a cathedral, and step into an inside garden filled with birds.