Saltaire is a UNESCO World Heritage Site near Leeds in Yorkshire, England. I spent a weekend there. What’s remarkable about it is that this was a model town built around a woolen mill, all owned and run by a Victorian … Continue reading →
I hope overseas visitors realize how great Hampton Court Palace is. One of the many reasons I bought a membership to Historic Royal Palaces is so I could visit Hampton Court often. This article, which I wrote for BucketTripper.com, tells … Continue reading →
I have a LOT to say about the Tower of London. It’s fascinating. Here’s a nibble. There will be more. Here’s a link to a story I recently had published on BucketTripper.com. Finding the Bodies and the Loot at the … Continue reading →
Many houses and other buildings in London still have stained glass windows. I can’t resist photographing them. The captions on these photos are all the same. It says, “The art of stained glass. Photo credit & copyright Jill Browne”. Hope you … Continue reading →
Often the flight path into London Heathrow Airport will take you up the Thames from east to west, and occasionally there are some good views of London along the way. The three pictures here don’t link together perfectly, but I’ve … Continue reading →
Living in Canada, we’re all used to snow. You don’t have to be from the Arctic to know that snow comes in many different types. Today we had a steady fall of one of the more pleasant kinds of snow, … Continue reading →
Nature Interaction. Nice to see that Harrison has got some new nature pics up on Pinterest. I love Harrison’s nature photos. He takes a slow and thoughtful approach, like today’s pictures of the ice and snow crystals on the plants.
I am addicted to taking pictures from the airplane, even when the conditions aren’t perfect. I was lucky this time, to capture some places I know. Click on the picture to enlarge it. Some of the things you can find … Continue reading →