Shot at Welford Park in Berkshire, England, famous for its snowdrops in Spring.
A close-up from an early modern printing press at London's Science Museum
I loved the textures in a slate urn in the grounds of Buscot Parkl in rural Oxfordshire.
My son drifting into his thoughts on holiday in France - the way a holiday should be.
The exit stairs in the Vatican museum in Rome, Italy.
Soldiers were on every street corner during our visit to Rome in early 2016 - - the new reality for southern Europe.
Grabbing a break from selling fish at Howth in Ireland
At Chastelton House they have the bible used at the execution of King Charles.
Peering down a side-street during a mid-winter trip to the fantastic city of Bruges, Belgium
This Antony Gormley installation at the National Portrait Gallery in London of a man suspended over the elevator going largely unnoticed by visitors.
This fence post and wrought iron railing caught my eye at a manor house in Buckinghamshire.
This bike lay discarded on the platform at Bruges station as if dropped by someone in such a hurry for the train.
These Wildebeest suddenly started to charge all around us during a visit to Nairobi, Kenya
A wet Sunday on November - must be a day for rugby!
This quick shot was taken in the new bright and airy stairs in the Ashmolean museum in Oxford.
Fishing boats sit along the shore of the Etang near the seaside town of Canet in southern France.
The Fourth Plinth of Trafalgar Square in London currently holds host to a massive thumbs up
This ancient olive tree is growing out of an even more ancient wall. Scattered underfoot were fragments of Minoan pottery. In every sense, this place is ancient.
My old cine camera was sat on the shelf capturing nothing but dust near a pile of my favorite photographic books (which weren't so dusty).
The Cretan city of Chania is one of the oldest in the world with old churches sitting aside even older mosques beside ancient temples.
Dog strolling on Sandymount Strand in Dublin