Willow catkins against a chain-link fence look like prisoners in a foreign land.
The West Front and south side of Southwell Minster which is the Cathedral Church of Nottinghamshire and dates back to the 11th and 12th centuries.
The West Front of Southwell Minster which is the Cathedral Church of Nottinghamshire and dates back to the 11th and 12th centuries.
Statue of King Richard lll outside Leicester Cathedral.
Statue of King Richard lll outside Leicester Cathedral.
A cyclist rides through a pedestrainised street with a low sun casting a long shadow.
A low winter sun casts heavy shadows in a city street.
The fountain in town hall square Leicester.
Shoppers in Leicester city centre.
A corpse rises from the grave under the watchful gaze of the eye of the Devil and guarded by a Griffin.
Looking out over Centenary Square from the Library of Birmingham at the redevelopment of the city.
The Birmingham Canal Old Main Line with Salvage Turn Bridge and The Cube on the left
The exterior of The Cube in Birmingham is clad in glazed and gold colour anodised aluminium panels.
Regency Wharf at Gas Street Basin in central Birmingham.
The Sage Gateshead.
View of Newcastle with the Tyne Bridge and the Sage Gateshead.
The Sage Gateshead under a stormy sky.
Lamps in The Guild Chapel in Stratford upon Avon.
Lamps in The Guild Chapel in Stratford upon Avon.
A long exposure underneath Southwold pier.
Willy Lott's Cottage at Flatford was featured in The Hay Wain, a painting by John Constable.
Willy Lott's Cottage at Flatford was featured in The Hay Wain, a painting by John Constable.
Willy Lott's Cottage at Flatford was featured in The Hay Wain, a painting by John Constable.
The Chuchyard at East Bergholt. Within the churchyard are the Constable family tomb and the grave of Willy Lott, former owner of the cottage in Constable's painting The Hay Wain.
Interior of St. Peter and St. Paul church in Lavenham a Grade I listed parish church. The font and much of the church date from the 14th Century.
A door wreath on and ancient timber door.
A village scene typical of rural England.
Fortune’s smokehouse is located in one of the many pretty cobbled streets in the old town.
Fortune’s smokehouse and shop is one of Whitby’s most famous attractions and they can both be found on the pretty and historic east-side of Whitby.
View of Whitby from the steps between the town and the abbey.
View of Whitby from the 199 steps between the town and the abbey.
The Grade 1 listed Victorian Corn Exchange in Leeds is now filled with speciality shops.
The Grade 1 listed Victorian Corn Exchange in Leeds is now filled with speciality shops.
An injured Starling gathers scraps of food as pedestrians pass by.
Dusk at Conwy Castle.
Evening at Conwy castle.
Evening at Conwy castle.
Beach huts at Southwold.
A small dog has found a warm place in a shaft of sunlight.
Rough seas at Newlyn harbour light.
Levant Mine was the scene of one of the worst British mining disasters when the mechanism for taking miners up and down the shaft failed and 39 men died.
Sunset at Levant mine.
Towanroath Shaft Pumping Engine House at Wheal Coates tin mine.
Christmas shopping on a wet night in Leicester.
Christmas shopping on a wet night in Leicester.
Christmas shopping on a wet night in Leicester.
Morning sun begins to break through the mist shrouding Wirksworth in Derbyshire.
Sheringham boating lake and Victorian shelter.
A container ship heading up the Tees during a storm.
The Selfridges building reflected in a puddle.
The Selfridges building reflected in a puddle.
Liverpool waterfront including the Three Graces, Liverpool Museum and The Mann Island building.
Liverpool waterfront including the Three Graces, Liverpool Museum and The Mann Island building.
The Mann Island building in Liverpool.
The Mann Island building in Liverpool.
Perch Rock Lighthouse with Liverpool docks seen behind across the Mersey.
Salford Quays theatre seen across the north bay of the basin.
The BBC Centre and Media City at Salford Quays.
The Imperial War Museum North seen from the footbridge across the basin.
Salford Quays theatre seen across the basin.
The Imperial War Museum North seen from the footbridge across the basin.
The Lowry at Salford Quays seen across the basin.
The BBC building and Media City at Salford.
Low sun glances off sea-front buildings at Sheringham.
Inside the Highcross Centre in Leicester showing the geodesic design of the walkway.
Loughborough Grammar School.
Normanton church on the banks of Rutland water.
Stokesay Castle with its timber-framed gatehouse is the best preserved fortified medieval manor house in England.
Stokesay Castle with its timber-framed gatehouse dates from the 13th Century.
Thurne windpump, known locally as Morse's Mill at sunset.
Thurne Mill, known locally as Morse's Mill, on a frosty morning.
View of Herringfleet Mill in Suffolk.
View of Herringfleet Mill in Suffolk.
Horsey wind pump at night.
Happisburgh Lighthouse at night.
Happisburgh Lighthouse on the North Norfolk coast is the only independently operated lighthouse in Great Britain.
View across north Leicestershire showing Ratcliffe on Soar power station, Breedon Church and the control tower at East Midlands airport.
View of Melbourne Pool, Derbyshire.
View of Chatsworth House, and the River Derwent.
Costumed dancer at Leicester Caribbean Carnival.
Costumed dancer at Leicester Caribbean Carnival.
Costumed dancer at Leicester Caribbean Carnival.
Costumed dancer at Leicester Caribbean Carnival.
A sikh gentleman with friends in multicultural Leicester.
Sihk wearing a turban or pag.
South aisle of Exeter Cathedral.
View of Maldon, Essex with several Thames sailing barges at the quay and the remains of two more in the mud of the estuary.
View of Maldon, Essex with several Thames sailing barges at the quay and the remins of two more in the mud of the estuary.
Thames sailing barges at Maldon.
Waves breaking at the harbour light at Amble, Northumberland.
Rough weather on the Northumberland coast.
Eileen Donan Castle
Eileen Donan Castle
Eileen Donan Castle
Blackrock Cottages, Glencoe.
Blackrock Cottages, Glencoe.
Long Clawson windmill.
The Guild Chapel, Stratford-upon-Avon is one of Stratford’s best-known buildings. Situated on the corner of Chapel Lane and Church Street, it overlooks the site of New Place, Shakespeare’s Stratford home, in which he died, in April 1616.
Prospect Cottage, Dungeness was owned by Derek Jarman (1942-1994) an English film director who made this famous garden on the shingle shore near Dungeness nuclear power station.
Ealry morning view of Dungeness with its scatter of wooden buildings and telephone poles.
Bamburgh castle and dunes at sunset.
Tyre marks across a stubble field.
Defensive structures from the middle ages and WW2 on the Northumberland coast.
Dawn light on the Northumberland coast with Dunstandburgh castle in the distance.
Footpath across a field of wheat.
South Stack Lighthouse situated just off Holy Island on the North West coast of Anglesey is famous as one of Wales' most spectacular lighthouses.
Portmeirion is a popular tourist village in Gwynedd, North Wales. It was designed and built by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis between 1925 and 1975 in the style of an Italian village and is now owned by a charitable trust. Portmeirion has served as the location for numerous films and television shows, most famously serving as The Village in the 1960s television show The Prisoner.
Portmeirion is a popular tourist village in Gwynedd, North Wales. It was designed and built by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis between 1925 and 1975 in the style of an Italian village and is now owned by a charitable trust. Portmeirion has served as the location for numerous films and television shows, most famously serving as The Village in the 1960s television show The Prisoner.
Portmeirion was designed and built by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis between 1925 and 1975 in the style of an Italian village and is now owned by a charitable trust.
The Cellarium at Fountains Abbey.
Ratcliffe-on-Soar is one of the most efficient coal fired power stations in the UK, with a total generation capacity of 2,000MW from four 500MW units, it produces enough electricity to meet the needs of approximately 2 million people; adjacent is East Midlands Parkway station.
Derelict farmhouse and barn in moorland.
Hadrian's wall at Walltown crags, Northumberland.
Hadrian's wall at Walltown Crags, Northumberland.
Dunstanburgh castle in Northumberland above the famous boulders in Embleton Bay.
Dunstanburgh castle in Northumberland at dawn.
View down to Weetwood bridge, Northumberland.
Lindisfarne castle at dawn
Dramatically perched on a rocky crag and accessible via a three-mile causeway at low tide only, the island castle was originally a Tudor fort which the young Edwin Lutyens converted to a private home.
Bamburgh castle and dunes.
Vegetation envelopes a timber garage.
Former coastguard lookout on Blakeney point.
Normanton Church at Rutland Water was to have been demolished but following an outcry, an embankment was built around the church leaving it a prominent feature on the water's edge.
Normanton Park was a seat of the Earls of Ancaster and an important centre of their estates. In the 18th century the village was cleared to make a park for the estate of the Heathcote family with the population mainly re-housed in Empingham. In the 1970s much of the parish was flooded by the construction of the Rutland Water reservoir. Normanton Church at Rutland Water, built between the years 1826-9, was the private chapel to the Normanton Estate and was formally known as St Matthews Church. St Matthew's Church was to have been demolished but following an outcry, an embankment was built around the church leaving it a prominent feature on the water's edge. The structure now houses a museum of the history of Rutland Water.
A folly built at the top of a hill in Charnwood Forest in Leicestershire.
Interior of St Mary's church, Lower Slaughter in the Cotswolds
Folly or hunting lodge on a hill in Charnwood Forest, Leicestershire.
Norfolk reed at sunrise, Salthouse, Norfolk. This reed has traditionally thatched many of the pretty English cottages. It is still used in the same way today by a small bank of skilled craftsmen.
Cley next the sea, Norfolk. Cley mill is a famous Norfolk landmark.
Stained glass window in Ilam Church, Derbyshire
Windmill at Burnham Overy, Norfolk.
Cuthbert pots, Lincoln Cathedral.
North choir aisle, Lincoln Cathedral.
The main facade of Lincoln cathedral one of England's finest buildings.
Birmingham canal district, early evening.

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