White water of Cauldron Snout plunges down a steep gorge near the source of the River Tees.
The Black Mountains run through the Breacon Beacons National Park, Powys
A golden sun shines through Stonehenge, a 5,000 year old spiritual monument, Erected around 3000BC and 1600BC
Across Loch Linnhe lies Fort William, sheltered by Ben Nevis, Highlands *** Local Caption *** GBCD, Impressions of Scotland 66, Souvenir Walks Book Highlands back cover, Souvenir Walks Book Highlands 7, Souvenir Walks Book Highlands 17,
A purple sky gives a mystical aura to the woodlands and mountains of Glen Affric, Highlands
Sunlight breaking through clouds onto saltmarshes. Nature reserve.
14th-century Hermitage Castle, Borders
"High Force Alongside a section of the Pennine Way, the River Tees tumbles over the Whin Sill rocks, forming High Force Waterfall. The water drops into a pool shaded by trees."
The fan-vaulted ceilings of Gloucester Cathedral's cloisters date back to the 14th century
Free-roaming ponies are among the wildlife that thrive in the expansive lowland heath and mixed forest of the New Forest; originally a hunting ground for Norman kings Two brown ponies *** Local Caption *** GBCD; Explore Britain's National_Parks 152
The small spire on the west tower of the 19th-century Church of St Margaret overlooks the village of Hawes. Gravestones. Yorkshire Dales National Park.
This village consists of one street which runs north to south displaying Georgian three-bay stone houses, Appleton-Le-Moors, North Yorkshire Moors National Park
Hull's maritime museum is housed in the 19th-century Hull Dock Company' building which stands in the city's Queen Victoria Square. Dozens of feeding pigeons.
Rows of terraced houses lining the valley sides are characteristic of the Rhondda Valley, Rhondda
"Pen y fan in the Brecon Beacons is the highest point of the National Park, standing at 2901 feet, Sheep are scattered across the mountainside, Powys
Flowering plants. The frost-free conditions of Trebah Gardens are an excellent environment for cultivating imported tropical plants
Racehorses are put through their paces in fields near Newmarket, *** Local Caption *** "GBCD; East Anglia Leisure Guide 81, Impressions of England 23,
A medieval five-arched bridge spans the River Wye at Bakewell. Peak Distict. Park Benches.
"The 12th-century St Michael's Mount is perched on the top of a rocky island off the coast of Marazion, connected to the mainland by a causeway exposed by the tide. National Trust."
16th-century Chatsworth Hall sits in the wooded valley of the Derwent River which meanders through the grounds. *** Local Caption *** GBCD; Explore Britain's Historic Houses 90/91, 40 Pub Walks and Cycle Rides Peak District 153
The sun peers over the lip of a snow covered mountain to pour its rays onto a valley and ice bound lake below, near Ben Chonzie, Perthshire and Kinross
The Palladian Bridge of 1738 by Gibbs in the grounds of Stowe mansion.
"Leafless trees shrouded in wisps of mist, stand on The Backs, across open ground from Kings College Chapel, Cambridge
Clare College is slowly passed by a boat punting on the River Cam, Cambridge
The scant and rocky ridges of the Crackington Haven shoreline, Cliff in the background
Tree and rooftop view of Coniston
Two people walking along a path through hilly and wooded dales at the start of the Pennine Way in the Peak District. *** Local Caption *** Leisure Guide Peak District 75, See Britain by Train 81, Britains Walks 122, Britains Walks-foldout w6 p7, 50 Walks to Country Pubs 3, , 365 Pub Walks and Cycle Rides Front Cover C R. , 365 Pub Walks and Cycle Rides 245B, 40 Pub Walks and Cycle Rides Peak District F/C, 40 Pub Walks and Cycle Rides Peak District 73, AA Handbook 2006 19
Bluebells growing beside a path through Garston Wood.
Durham Cathedral screened behind a line of trees along the banks of the River Wear.
"Arlington Row. A row of small 14th century cottages with tall steep roofs. Originally monastic sheephouses, built of local stone. National Trust. Stream in the foreground"
Part of a thatched cottage. *** Local Caption *** Leisure Guide Cotswolds pp3g/12a
"Cricketers on Frampton on Severn's village green, the largest village green in England."
Sheep grazing on hills around Snowshill. *** Local Caption *** "Long Distance Footpaths p.35, The Pub Guide 2004 187b
Boats moored alongside the River Avon, Houses line the riverside at Tewkesbury
"New Forest Boundary, a scene of trees in Autumn
A man fishing the River Avon at Ibsley
"Chalk cliffs, rock stacks and coastal scenery."
"St Catherine's Lighthouse, a 14th-century lighthouse on St Catherine's Point."
St Dionysius' church has one of the finest steeples in England. Dating from 13th century
Golden sunset through reeds growing on the lakeside of Horsey Mare. Norfolk Broads National Park
The harbour area of Wells-next-the-Sea.
The head of Grace Darling on a copy of her tomb resting in St Aidan's Church yard, This facsimile dates from 1895, the original has been inside the church since 1844, Bamburgh
Sheep graze near Beaumaris Castle. Bay and hills in distance. on the Isle of Anglesey
Boats drawn up on the shingle at Meolfre beach, Anglesey
A boat house at Meolfre bay, Anglesey
A ruined farmhouse near Capel Curig
Conwy Bay as seen from the castle. *** Local Caption *** "Walks Through Britains History 92,"
"Llandudno pier, constructed in 1876, Conwy *** Local Caption *** Internet Milemaster 1998, 100 Places to Visit 61, Impressions of Wales 12,
Sheep in a coastal field, looking towards Dwygydylchi from the Great Orme, Llandudno, Conwy
On the shore, looking out to sea at dusk at Penmaenmawr, Conwy
Undeveloped coast at Dinas Dinlle, Gwynedd
Quiet coast along Dinas Dinlle
Sheep grazing on the Cheviot Hills in Northumberland national park.
Caerphilly Castle and moat dating from the 13th century, with large towers, walls, and wide water defences, reflection *** Local Caption *** "Explore Britain's Castles 58, Exploring Britain 268, Best of Britain's Castles 5, Impressions of Wales 8,
"The south-east corner ruins of Cistercian Tintern Abbey (CADW), founded in 1131, Tintern Parva, Monmouthshire
Aberdulais Falls in Neath, Neath Port Talbot
An overall view of the Lower Town Harbour of Fishguard as seen from the coastal path; Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
Boats on the Lower Town Harbour, Fishguard
People digging at Milford Haven water's edge near a Texaco oil plant, Gelliswick
"Boats at Milford Haven marina, including a lightship named 'Haven', Pembrokeshire
Sunset at Cemaes Head on the River Teifi estuary, Pembrokeshire Coast national park
White flowers border the green where ladies in their whites play a game of bowls.
Waen Rydd. Snow covered mountains. *** Local Caption *** Explorer Britain 155
Unusual geometrically shaped sedimentary rocks and cliffs.
Manorbier beach and coast
Llangynibie bridge over the River Usk, Powys *** Local Caption *** Impressions of Wales 82,
The 13th-century keep of Warkworth Castle (English Heritage)
Ludlow castle on top of a tree covered hill. *** Local Caption *** Walks Through Britains History 112, Bloody Britain 110/111, The Pub Guide 2004 398, Best of Britain's Castles 107,
13th-century Stokesay Castle, a fortified manor house, fronted by an Elizabethan gatehouse, The yellow stone glows in the sun, Ludlow
Lone tree growing on The Wrekin.
View over the landscape of the Peak District in Staffordshire The Roaches hill in front with Hen Cloud behind *** Local Caption *** Leisure Guide Peak District 42, Britains Walks 120, Britains Walks-foldout w6 p6, Exploring Britain 153, Colours of Britain 14, 365 Pub Walks and Cycle Rides 3, 365 Pub Walks and Cycle Rides 203, Impressions of England 12,
A hill-top folly owned by the National Trust.
Trees and a beach around the Stour estuary at Stutton
A swan on a lake in Polstead
Marsden Rock (National Trust) and its birds
Two cows graze amongst the scenic rolling hills and dales, Danby, North York Moors National Park
A view of the green rolling hills of Hawkswick Moor. Yorkshire Dales National Park
The cliffs at Malham Cove create a natural amphitheatre in the Yorkshire Dales National Park
Approaching Abbey Farm buildings in Rievaulx near Helmsley. *** Local Caption *** Leisure Guides North York Moors 73.
Looking north from Swaledale on the Yorkshire Dales.
Despite the setting sun the fishing continues in the Swinsty Reservoir in the Washburn Valley
Misty Rosedale Valley viewed from Blakey Ridge. North York Moors National Park.
The pink flowering head of the thistle, Loch Lomond
Dusk over the lake at Slapton Ley, Half-shot of sky, Reeds and water plants in the foreground
The River Lyd, National Trust, Dartmoor National Park
Ancient clapper bridge over stream, Dartmoor National Park
View from the Shoulder of Mutton Hill of green countryside and woodland, England. *** Local Caption *** "Exploring Britain 2/3, Walks Through Britains History 212,"
Palace House seen from over and reflected in, the River Beaulieu and was created from the 14th-century gatehouse, rebuilt in the 19th century as it is now *** Local Caption *** Village Walks 88, Keyguide Britain 93, Impressions of England 22,
A lookout tower built by the Reverend John Richards Clavell of Smedmore c1820 above Kimmeridge Bay on the Dorset Coast Path.
The 11th-century Malvern Priory at Great Malvern
Malvern Hills viewed from the Worcestershire Beacon. *** Local Caption *** Britains Walks 112c, The Britain Guide 2001 280a, 1001 Great Family Walks 9
The (River) Humber Bridge, built between 1972 and 1981
Deer standing in a park.
A section of Hadrian's Wall on Cuddy's Crag with a view to Housesteads Crag. Northumberland National Park.
A section of the Horncastle Canal at Kirkby on Bain
View of the village of Cley-next-the-Sea dominated by a windmill over a swathe of reeds.
The River Bain as it flows through Kirkby on Bain
A view of the ancient mill town of Hebden Bridge on the hillside.
"Cottages in the village of Hutton-le-Hole, near Kirbymoorside." *** Local Caption *** None
Inside the great choir of Rievaulx Abbey which, despite being built early in the 13th century, is still remarkably complete; Yorkshire Dales National Park
Falls in Studley Royal Landscape Gardens, within the Yorkshire Dales National Park
Overlooking the River Esks it flows through Whitby; North York Moors National Park.
Looking down over South Stack Light house and coastline on Holyhead Island on the Isle of Anglesey
Boats are left moored in Scarborough harbour as darkness falls and the town starts to light up ready for the evening
Sun rise with Montrose silhouetted on the horizon, Angus
A large lake in the midst of the hills of Inveraray
"A romantic view of Kilchurn Castle on Loch Awe, the longest lake in Scotland. A 15th century Campbell stronghold. The view east towards Ben Lui *** Local Caption *** "Britain's Top 500 Bed and Breakfast 303a, Exploring Britain 234, Best of Britain's Castles front cover, Best of Britain's Castles 1,
The lawns and gardens that front Balmoral Castle, which was completed in 1855 for Queen Victoria, Aberdeenshire
Edinburgh Castle dominates the city from on high
Fireworks light up the Edinburgh skyline, Lothian
The ruins of the Cathedral of St. Andrews, which was built around 1160, Fife *** Local Caption *** Tour Guide Scotland 63a, Keyguide Scotland 217, 100 Places to Visit 143, Impressions of Scotland 50,
"The remains of 13th century Dirleton Castle, destroyed by Cromwell, Lothian
A marching tartan bagpipe band closing the Pitlochry Highland Games, Pitlochry *** Local Caption *** "Essential Scotland revamp 6b, Keyguide Britain 205, Colours of Britain 96, Impressions of Scotland 74, Souvenir Walks Book Highlands 56,
A large oak tree in Westonbirt Arboretum
A boat sits in the harbour at Portree with pastel coloured houses in the background
A view from the icy summit of Buchaille Etive Beag, Highlands *** Local Caption *** Impressions of Scotland 47,
Little white houses line the roadside in the village of Gairloch
An array of autumnal colours in Gairloch
Underneath the shelter of beech trees in Glen Coe Wood, Highlands
A croft at Brunachen and the parallel roads of Glen Roy Highlands
"Marshland, hills, trees and countryside surround Loch an Eilean on an overcast day
The evening light casts a glow over the Sands of Morar on North Morar, Highlands
Houses on the shore and boats on the waters of Loch Sheildaig
Mountainous highland scenery and countryside surrounding Torridon Village
"The seat of government in Britain, the Houses of Parliament seen from over the River Thames *** Local Caption *** "Internet World Travel London, City Pack London 36, City Pack London 38,"
The ruined tower of Ardvreck Castle, Highlands
Fishing equipment lies discarded on the harbour front awaiting use at Baile Mor on the Isle of Iona.
The Abbey Cloisters on Iona, founded in 1203; the Abbey has undergone restoration in recent times
The waters of Loch Portree with the village of Portree scattered on the far shores beyond on the Isle of Skye
The blue sea washes in over the golden sands at Coldbackie *** Local Caption *** Britains Best Places to Stay for Food Lovers 2006 220, Impressions of Scotland 62,
A view down Glen Coe from the pass; the Three Sisters on the left
On the shore of Spey Bay, Moray, Scotland
Highland cow roaming in the fields, Highlands, Scotland
The Waterfront Wine Bar in Leith, Edinburgh
Red roses adorning the side of this cottage in Much Wenlock contrast delightfully with the whitewashed facade.
A road through the Yorkshire Dales National park from Hawes to Thwaite. Fields cover rolling hills
Built for Oxford University in the late-18th century, the Radcliffe Observatory is now longer used for its original intention, instead it is now used by a number of medical departments
Seventeenth-century Feathers Hotel is just one example of preserved half-timbers in Ludlow.
The path leading down to the beach on the shores of Beachy Head, the Seven Sisters cliffs stretch out in the distance
Dating from the 17th and 18th centuries, Castle Howard set amongst 1,000 acres of grounds and gardens
Surfers at Newquay *** Local Caption *** Impressions of England 76,
Aerial View of Ruins of Restormel Castle
Rock formation at Durdle Door
Hikers beside Buttermere in Cumbria, England *** Local Caption *** "Colours of Britain 50/51, Souvenir Walks Book Lake District 55,
"Cannon on the terrace gardens at Muncaster Castle, scenic view behind "
Skyscape over Derwent Water
Robin Hood's bay *** Local Caption *** Impressions of England 71,
Statues stand on a ledge overlooking the green water of the hot springs of the Roman Baths which have existed at Bath for around 2000 years. Bath Abbey in background
Ruins of Corfe Castle
Swan with his head under his wing white at Abbotsbury Swannery
Chipping Campden Church from Southeast
View of Brighton Royal Pavilion
Ruins of Fountains Abbey
Picking apples from trees at Southborough
"The Theatre viewed across River Avon, Stratford-upon-Avon"
Bridge over the river Severn at Ironbridge
Lily pond in grounds at RHS Garden Rosemoor
Views from the shores of Loweswater, with the hills rising in the distance casting shadows across the still water, Lorton *** Local Caption *** "40 Pub Walks and Cycle Rides Lake District 8/9, 40 Pub Walks and Cycle Rides Lake District 32/33, M and S Pub Walks and Cycle Rides 196/197, Souvenir Walks Book Lake District 74,
Exterior of St Davids Cathedral
Illuminated Caernarfon Castle stands on the north bank of the River Seiont, Foreground of 13th-century Eagle Tower, Boats in river *** Local Caption *** GBCD; Explore Britain's Castles 61, Best of Britain's Castles 28,
Eilean Donan Castle stands on a rocky island where three lochs meet, Hills rise high all around
The steep granite hills and valleys of Dovedale, seen from Thorpe Cloud, Peak District National Park
The River Wye flows through a steeply wooded valley at Symonds Yat, along the England/Wales border area known as the Marches
Small white Hartland Point lighthouse on grassy cliffs.
"Thatched stone cottages on a slope with much greenery at Buckland in the Moor, Dartmoor National Park
Erected in 1910, The Pencil tower commemorates the routing of Hakon of Norway by Alexander III in 1263, thus ending 400 years of Norse occupation, Largs, North Ayrshire
The Lathkill stream flows through dales. Hazy towards top of the shot. Reeds along the stream. National Nature Reserve. Peak District.
"The restored Arkwright cotton mill was built at Cromford in 1771 and was the world's first successful water-powered mill, powered by the River Derwent"
The rose gardens of Windsor Castle now stand in the moat *** Local Caption *** Internet Milemaster 1998, Spiral London 161, Exploring Britain 96, Best Drives Britain Revision 2005 back cover,
A student enters the ornamented main gate at Christ's College. Bicycles are stacked against the college walls, Cambridge
"Detail of a dinosaur above a museum window, Downing street, Cambridge
"A grassy path runs along the cliff top towards the mighty 373 ft high headland of Dodman Point, South of Gorran Haven"
Old brick mines hug the cliffs on the tin-mining coast of St Just and Botallack
Stile with wild flowers
"Guildhall and Law Courts, dating from 1904-16, Hull
View of Uig Sands from Timsgarry on the Isle of Lewis
The return to Croft Castle via a woodland track
The tall white mill in Littlebourne
The old grammar school in Market Harborough a timber framed building with an open ground floor with sturdy posts and braces to serve as a market space. Founded in 1614
The gardens of Marston Hall, Grantham
Norman and later Alnwick Castle standing beside the River Aln
Red post box in a stone wall on Anglesey
The cascading waters of the Swallow Falls near Betws-y-coed in the Snowdonia National Park.
Flower beds and trees in Bodnant Gardens.
Thomas Telford's white 19th-century suspension bridge stands before Conwy's 13th-century castle
The Devil's Kitchen from Llyn Idwal in Snowdonia National Park, Gwynedd
A tree on the Black Mountain range.
Garn Fawr, Mountain peaks, Brecon Beacons, Powys
"Cliff top view down the length of Rhosilli Bay, showing a broad sandy beach."
Purple foxgloves growing in abundance amongst ferns on the side of a wooded valley.
Water flowing over the top of Penygarreg Reservoir Dam, Powys
National Trust, The church at Ilam Hall
Minster Pool and Lichfield Cathedral.
Cows graze on a hill top that has views over fields beyond, The Morridge
Along the beach at Birling Gap
Stained glass window in Binton Church depicting Captain Scott's ill fated expedition.
"Ramsden canal in Huddersfield, a scene of industrial buildings."
The 13th century Rievaulx Abbey was built in an early English style with a Norman nave and remains remarkably complete. English Heritage, North Yorkshire Moors National Park
"A silhouette of the medieval spires of York Minster, Seen against a pink sky
"The stately River Ouse running under the Ouse Bridge which is the oldest in the city. It has been on the site since the time of William the Conqueror but the present bridge, with it's five Gothic arches, was completed in 1820."
Dusk over the rocky shore at Dyer's Lookout, Hartland Quay
The sun shines through a break in the trees in Epping Forest, Essex, England
Timber framed house with drawn figures along the wall in Saffron Walden, Essex, England
A pony in a road-side field, Upper Canterton
The rocky landscape of Teesdale
"The medieval town of Tewkesbury with a row of timber-framed cottages reflected in the River Severn, Norman tower of the parish church seen in the background, canal narrow boats rest on the River" *** Local Caption *** "Colours of Britain 118, "
All Saints Church and the village of East Meon.
The River Wye viewed from the vantage point of Symonds Yat
A stile and a footpath along the Waveney Valley.
Bust of George III in Lincoln
Ross-on-Wye beside the River Wye. *** Local Caption *** "Glovebox Guide Britain p.252,"
Sunset over Compton Bay
The 18th and 19th century Attingham House in Attingham Park seen on a misty morning. *** Local Caption *** None
The white buildings of St Mary's lighthouse on the rocky Tyne and Wear coastline
Harewood House was built in the 1760s for Lord Harewood and became the first stately home to be granted museum status in Britain in 1994. A view of the south fa
Fountains Abbey was founded in the 12th century and is the best preserved Cistercian Abbey in Britain,. Yorkshire Dales National Park
Over the village of Dunkeld with the cathedral and 17th-century Little Houses (National Trust Scotland) in view, Perthshire and Kinross
The old parish church on the shores of Loch Achray
Detail of a clock adorning a fountain in Charing Cross, Glasgow; built of red sandstone,
The ruins of an old castle by Loch an Eilean
The Commando Memorial, by Scott Sutherland, near the Second World War training grounds at Spean Bridge, Highlands
The statue of Robert Burns (1759-96), one-time resident of Dumfries, stands on the High Street before the Greyfriars Church building, Dumfries and Galloway
A man paints the underside of a fishing boat at Pittenweem, Fife
A Norman archway at the ruined Jedburgh Abbey, founded in the 12th century, Borders
"Storm clouds gather over the waters off the coast of Crail's sheltered harbour, lined by red-tiled buildings
"The grand facade of Oxford University's All Souls College, one of the most scholarly colleges in the university it only accepts post-graduate students."
Over the rooftops of Lincoln looking towards the town's 1th-century catherdal building
A view of Lincoln's triple-towered cathedral, dating originally from the 11th century, as seen from the city's Minster Yard
"Standing 20 metres high, Britain's biggest sculpture - The Angel of the North - was designed by Antony Gormley and is located on a hilltop above Gateshead."
The manacle rocks, east of Lizard Point, make up the most hazardous area of the Cornish coast
Windmill at Wicken Fen National park
Beach at St Ives
View of Bodiam Castle in East Sussex
Exterior of the Garrick Inn on the High Street in Stratford-upon-Avon *** Local Caption *** Keyguide Britain 159, Best Afternoon Tea Guide 2006 141,
Anne Hathaway's Cottage at Stratford-upon-Avon
"Cathedral from across River Severn, Worcester"
White Horse at Westbury
View over Ullswater from Hallin Fell
Houses viewed across River Wye at Hereford
View of the Castle at Kenilworth
"Fishing boats and crews lined up along the beach at St Ives, Cornwall" *** Local Caption *** Best of Britain's Coast 29, Britain's Best Bed and Breakfast 72
Boats on the water at Staithes
"Looking across the the small harbour at Clovelly, with the boats resting on the pebbled beach as the tide is out but a flock of seagulls are enjoying the water"
London , The London Eye on the River Thames at Sunset millenium wheel
Detail of the white iron work over the doors and windows of Oxford Terrace houses at Cheltenham
Sheep in the shade of large oak trees on a sunny day in Withington countryside
Snowdon summit from Bethania Bridge, Gwynedd