The exit stairs in the Vatican museum in Rome, Italy.
The new side to Perpignan Station has a striking glass façade.
This is less grand of the two bridges over the lake at Blenheim Palace, taken on a sunny Autumn day.
We were taking an evening stroll in Chania on the Greek island of Crete, and spotted this ice cream seller.
Dublin's forgotten War Memorial Gardens
An old iron fence in the rural Cotswolds of England
As I exited the tube at Piccadilly Circus, the world seemed to almost stop to watch a group of Hare Krishna devotees make all the movement.
Peering down a side-street during a mid-winter trip to the fantastic city of Bruges, Belgium
This is a quick study of the little footbridge in front of the cascade in the grounds of Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire
We took an evening drive as the sun started to set over the mountains on Crete. As we turned a corner this vista suddenly appeared.
This fourth in the series is taken from the pedestrian landing on the Millennium Bridge across to St Pauls
The main square in Bruge remains almost unchanged the only give away was the rare car dashing by the background
This quick shot was taken in the new bright and airy stairs in the Ashmolean museum in Oxford.
Almost 180 years ago SS carved his name...
The old tennis court at Kiftsgate, deep in the English Cotswolds, was converted to this water feature.
The irony of the bustle and rush in an internationally important art gallery was what I wanted to capture - people almost seeming to rush around to tick it off their list
Within Rome's ancient Coliseum
A shot of the Ringsend chimneys from across Sandymount Strand on a rare sunny day this summer
This is one of my early attempts to tone map HDR images. This one of the Radcliffe Camera in Oxford seems to add a little of the sense of dusty academia to it.
A shuttered window in an old street of southern France
This is a fragment of a restored column that itself is now in ruins at the Cretan settlement of Knossos,
Seascape on the French med
Just exiting the tube at London's Picadilly, I stumbled across a group of Hari Krisha in the shadow of Eros.