The West Somerset Railway.
Myths and Legends
Sunset over the land of the summer people. Glastonbury Tor.
A must visit whilst in Exmoor - Horner & Dunkery Wood.
Cothay Manor is one of the finest examples of a small medieval manor in England and little has changed here since 1485, when Richard Bluett first built his home out of local sandstone.
Inside Barrington Court
My latest e-book, Visit Somerset: History and Heritage is nearing completion. It will be released 11 May and be a free download via the Apple Book Store. It features over 1000 images and 250 pages of information and facts on some of the best places to visit in Somerset. There is lots of interactivity as well as maps and useful hints on how to explore Secret Somerset.
The view from Charterhouse
As we walked amongst historic Roman lead mines, the sun revealed green and gold, the landscape overwhelmed.
The view from Shapwick Heath.
The village of Selworthy in Somerset. Absolute beauty in Autumn. I return here as often as I can, just to bask in the pure delicious Englishness of the whole scene.
A walk through the woods to the Wellington Monument (I).
Autumn starts to giver her golden glow on the Blackdown Hills.
A walk through the woods to the Wellington Monument (II).
Climbing to Crowcombe Heathfield
4936 climbs the Quantocks to the highest station on the West Somerset heritage steam railway.
Fog on the Barrow Downs
The Standing Stones at Stanton Drew on a foggy Monday morning. I shivered, it was Middle-earth.
Walking the Mendip Hills
The stunning landscape at Charterhouse.
Land of the Summer People
Sunset, Glastonbury Tor.
Katy apples at Thatchers Orchard ready for transformation into cider.
The View From Camelot
At the very south end of the church of South-Cadbyri standeth Camallate, sometime a famous town or castle.
John Leland in 1542.
Exploring The Levels
The beauty seen from one of the walking tracks on the Avalon Marshes.