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Swanage and Durlston Country Park, Dorset Swanage and Durlston Country Park, Dorset
20 Aug 2006 to 22 Aug 2006 - 10 photos
Swanage is a small seaside resort at the eastern end of the Isle of Purbeck in Dorset. Durlston Country Park to the south of the town includes Anvil Point Lighthouse and Tilly-Whim Caves, actually limestone mine shafts.
Avebury, Wiltshire Avebury, Wiltshire
17 Aug 2006 - 7 photos
Avebury is the site of an enornous henge and stone circles. Dating from around 3000BC, Avebury is one of the finest and largest Neolithic monuments in the whole of Europe. The ditch is some 421m (1380ft) in diameter and has a circumference of 1350m (4430ft). The Outer Circle is the largest Prehistoric stone circle with a diameter of 335m (1100ft) and originally contained 98 stones, some weighing in excess of 40 tons. The Northern Inner Ring and Southern Inner Ring are smaller and less well preserved.
Many of the stones on the site were removed in the 16th century to provide building materials for the village of Avebury. Many other stones have been removed since then for fear that the site may be used for pagan rituals. Many of the stones in the Outer Circle were in fact re-erected by Alexander Keiller in the 1930s.
Caen Hill Locks, Devizes, Wiltshire Caen Hill Locks, Devizes, Wiltshire
17 Aug 2006 - 4 photos
Caen Hill locks, on the Kennet and Avon Canal near Devizes in Wiltshire, is one of the wonders of Britains inland waterways. The full flight of 29 locks is squeezed in to just two miles, requiring the use of unusually large side ponds to allow the locks to operate. The flight was engineered by John Rennie.
Lacock, Wiltshire Lacock, Wiltshire
17 Aug 2006 - 11 photos
Lacock is a small village in Wiltshire, once home to William Fox Talbot, one of the early pioneers of modern photography. The village also contains a medieval cloistered abbey. The village has been used as the location for films such as Harry Potter, Pride and Prejudice and Emma.
Baddesley Clinton, Warwickshire Baddesley Clinton, Warwickshire
15 Jul 2006 - 5 photos
Baddesley Clinton is a charming moated house dating from the 15th century. The interior reflects the heyday of the house during the Elizabethan era.
Rocky Mountain High Rocky Mountain High
20 Jun 2006 to 10 Jul 2006 - 16 categories
For my third Trek America trip, I headed west to the Rocky Mountains, visiting nine national parks and nine states.
Egypt Egypt
13 Jun 2006 - 31 photos
A totally mad day in Cairo was the reward for an overnight cruise from Lemesos to Port Said. We managed to fit in a visit to the Pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx, the Egyptian museum as well as finding time for lunch on a short cruise on the River Nile!
Cyprus Cyprus
10 Jun 2006 to 18 Jun 2006 - 6 categories
A week spent in the Paphos area of Cyprus, visiting historic Paphos, the Troodhos Mountains, Akamas and Petra tou Romiou - the legendary birthplace of the Greek goddess Aphrodite
Rochester Castle, Kent Rochester Castle, Kent
21 May 2006 - 18 photos
Walmer Castle, Kent Walmer Castle, Kent
20 May 2006 - 15 photos
Pictures from Walmer Castle and Gardens. The castle was built in 1540 as part of a defence against invasion from Spain. Inside the castle are displays about the Lord Wardens of the Cinque Ports and also the chair that the Duke of Wellington died in and a pair of his 'wellington' boots. The garden features a double herbacious border bordered by yew, a croquet lawn, a kitchen garden and a woodland walk.
Broadstairs, Kent Broadstairs, Kent
20 May 2006 - 6 photos
Dover Castle, Kent Dover Castle, Kent
16 May 2006 - 23 photos
With history spanning some 2000 years, Dover Castle has been used to defend England from attack from the nearby continent. Around the castle you can see a Roman lighthouse, the castle itself and you can also experience the network of secret wartime tunnels cut into the chalk cliff.
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