Soldiers were on every street corner during our visit to Rome in early 2016 - - the new reality for southern Europe.
Shot at Welford Park in Berkshire, England, famous for its snowdrops in Spring.
This bright orange flower was taken at the height of English summer at Hidcote gardens in the Cotswolds.
This Antony Gormley installation at the National Portrait Gallery in London of a man suspended over the elevator going largely unnoticed by visitors.
No idea what these are I'm afraid but it caught my eye.
This quick shot was taken in the new bright and airy stairs in the Ashmolean museum in Oxford.
To me poppies are one of the most evocative flowers. These ones were in an a restored Oxfordshire meadow.
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.
These old choir stalls at the church linked to Canons Ashby House - the neighbouring ones segregates men from women worshippers.
This bike lay discarded on the platform at Bruges station as if dropped by someone in such a hurry for the train.
This is less grand of the two bridges over the lake at Blenheim Palace, taken on a sunny Autumn day.
Fritillaries are one of the highlights of an English meadow.
These Wildebeest suddenly started to charge all around us during a visit to Nairobi, Kenya
Not sure why I like this - it was a ring on a folly tower in Gloucestershire, used to tie up horses.
Characterful fountains of fish in a square in the heart of old Rome
The door at Chastleton House garden
At Chastelton House they have the bible used at the execution of King Charles.