Carnival Float 'NOAH' - Burnham on Sea Carnival 2016
A view of the winding road through Cheddar Gorge.
Taken from the top of the Gorge.
Cheddar Gorge National Trust Path
This is the start of the hiking path on the National Trusts side of the Gorge which is the opposite side to the Cave Attractions owned by Longleat Enterprises.
The Yeo River Cheddar
The river running through Cheddar Village may look quite small compared to other rivers but it is actually part of the Largest Underground River System in Britain.
Moss Covered Rocks - Cheddar
An old rock wall on one of the many trails found in & around Cheddar Village & the Gorge.
Seasonal Panoramic - Cheddar Village & the Gorge
On the left you have a view of Cheddar Village in the Morning Spring Sun, & as you move to the right the sun dies away to show a colder view of the Gorge.
Corfe Castle, Dorset, UK.
A first look at Corfe Castle through the trees on the lower walking trail into the village.
Fuel for the Fire - The Black Country Living Museum, Dudley
One of the most historically important things within the Black Country, Coal, this location is a must if you love history, the museum presents yesteryear in a way which never fails to entertain.
Urquhart Castle, Inverness, Scotland.
Sat beside the Loch Ness in Scotland, the castle is a wonderful place to visit if you happen to be passing by, if your very lucky, you may even spot Nessie as she swims past.
Knightshayes Court, Tiverton
This is the entrance to the National Trust's Knightshayes Court, formally it was the Stables for Horses on the property, the site as a whole is beautiful & still one of the best National Trust sites I have visited.
Remembrance Poppy's, Cheddar 2016
Poppy's left in remembrance to all of those who gave their lives for others During the Great War & World War II, from left to right, the Avon & Somerset Constabulary, the Cheddar Tyre Supplies & the Cheddar Girl Guides paying Respect.
Walking round Birdland and near the flamingos they've got a small man-made waterfall where the water flows down a river by the flamingos
Another Birdland small man-made waterfall where the water is pushing through a small gap causing it to spread over the rocks on the other side
While going through the different hides at the Slimbridge Wetland Centre, I noticed this small sort of feeder for birds which was hanging from a tree which made for a good photo