The views are just lovely everywhere you look. Gorgeous Wiltshire countryside.
The Shooting Line
A line of guns awaiting the start of the first drive on a cold and misty morning.
The First Drive
The guns lined up for an early start of the drive.
Winter misty morning scene.
Tracks across a freshly sown undulating meadow.
Stunning storm clouds gather over Buckhorn Weston, North Dorset, Spring 2018.
On The Way To RLK
My favourite tree on the road to The Red Lion, Kilmington.
Castle Hill, East View
Some say this is Port Stanley in the Falkland Isalnds. It isn't. Castle Hill is above Mere in Wiltshire, UK.
Mere Down From Castle Hill
Windy but awesome. Don't take a hat.
A dangerous bend indeed.
Canal, Late Afternoon
We'd just moored up for the night.
After The Drive
Back to the Landy.
Cows may also safely graze.
Roman Garden Walk
The walk in Iford Manor's Roman Garden, Bath, UK.
Farming On Acid
Extreme farming is an art indeed. This telephoto shot was taken of a ploughed field from the top of Mere Down, Wiltshire, UK.
A glorious Autumn day on Mere Down.
Nature's way of adding a little je ne sais quoi to a rocky refuge.
By Road, Rail & Sea
Coasting is rarely so beautiful.
Auckland Harbour Front, New Zealand
45 minutes outside Sydney, Australia.
The Three Sisters
In the Blue Mountains of Australia.
Green & Pleasant Land
Photographed at Cucklington, Dorset, UK. Sky enhanced a little in Lightroom, then overall watercolour brush effect added in Photoshop.
Saunton Sands, Devon, UK.
In A Wiltshire Field
Summer 2011, Willoughby Hedge, Wiltshire. Glorious. Who says we don't have Summer in England?
Dear, Dear, Deer
In a Wiltshire field. Eating. Next to a tree.
Wiltshire Hay Bales
At the end of the harvest in South Wiltshire. The combine is gone and the hay is left ready for collection by the early autumn tractor. Soon the harvest festival.
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