These steps in Hampton Court Palace have seen some history – I wonder how many thousands of people have walked them? And I wonder what Royal decisions were made whilst climbing them?
This is a somewhat unusual angle from which to view Hampton Court Palace – but I liked the silhouetted frame and the brightness of the building behind.
Some more Hampton Court Palace chimneys (tell me if you find two that are identical) – and the union flag flying in the wind.
Or rather, one of the formal gardens at Hampton Court Palace. Even on a grey day it’s a beautiful place to visit.
This is the Head Gardener’s Office at Hampton Court Palace, or at least this is how it would’ve looked during the Victorian Era. There’s something about the light and all of those interesting little things in the room that appeals[…]
a very interesting place this, an old king’s tomb full of columns and sand.
This is Dunnotar Castle, in the snow – the snow hasn’t been added, it’s genuine, and actually it was a lot worse than this looks in real life.