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Southwell Minster, Nottinghamshire

Southwell Minster, Nottinghamshire

Southwell Minster is very popular with photographers and you can see why, the architecture is quite magnificent. It was a rather dull and wet day when I was there and I wasn’t sure the photo would come out all that well but in fact the lack of light and menacing sky gives the photo a rather moody feel […]

England’s Top 5 World Heritage Sites

England’s Top 5 World Heritage Sites

World Heritage Sites, designated by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), commemorate the most significant natural and cultural properties throughout the world. Almost 1000 sites are listed world-wide. Great Britain is host to 28. Four are natural sites, one is both natural and cultural and the remaining are cultural. Today we are […]

Wonderfully Overwhelmed at the Imperial War Museum Duxford

Wonderfully Overwhelmed at the Imperial War Museum Duxford

The Imperial War Museum Duxford, Britain’s largest aviation museum is home to over 200 aircraft and military vehicles. The museum itself is set on an old WW1 and WW2 base which played a big role in the Battle of Britain in 1940, after which the American 8th Airforce used it as a base for bombing Germany. The […]

I Don’t Do Bucket Lists But If I Did It Would Look Something Like This

I Don’t Do Bucket Lists But If I Did It Would Look Something Like This

I have never been one for writing a bucket-list, simply because there are so many things I would like to do, so many places I would like to visit and so many people I would like to meet that I couldn’t possibly write it all down but as a little taster I thought I would share with […]

The London Underground Revealed

The London Underground Revealed

The London Underground is the biggest in the western world. This video from the National Geographic takes a look at how this transport marvel was built and how it runs today. Feature photo by Apdk

Destination: Muckle Flugga by Alistair Humphreys

Destination: Muckle Flugga by Alistair Humphreys

A microadventure through Britain’s most remote islands by folding bicycle and folding packraft with British adventurer Alistair Humphreys.

London From Above – Dusk & Night

London From Above – Dusk & Night

Newark Castle, Nottinghamshire

Newark Castle, Nottinghamshire

I recently visited the town of Newark for the first time whilst on a hunt for antiques. Upon entering the town I was greeted by the magnificent sight of Newark’s famous castle which dominates the approach. A rather grand entrance wouldn’t you say?

Space Camping – To Boldly Go Where No Tent Has Gone Before

Space Camping – To Boldly Go Where No Tent Has Gone Before

What can you say? It was just a matter of time :)

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