Let’s bring this month of landscapes (and cityscapes, and seascapes) to a close with an early morning shot of the Devonshire coast, the clouds catching the first rays of sunlight. Thank you once again for following along this month, tomorrow a new theme will begin…
This fine looking natural rock formation, known as Bow Fiddle Rock, lives on the coast at Portknockie, Scotland.
The world famous Amalfi Coast in Italy is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It’s easy to see why, with its distinctive architecture and hilly conditions. I think it’s best viewed from the water.
Here’s a picture of the famous arch known as Durdle Door. This natural limestone archway is owned by the Lulworth estate, but is open to the public.
This little lighthouse was built in 1890, and stands at the end of Smeaton’s pier in St Ives. What did this image teach me? This lighthouse is 10.5m tall, and was built to replace the original lighthouse, after the pier was extended.