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Kelmscott Manor, Oxfordshire
Kelmscott Manor is a Tudor limestone property built around 1570. It lies adjacent to the River Thames in the village of Kelmscott, in...
Hatfield House, a London Prodigy
Hatfield House is a country house located about an hour's drive from London that you may well recognise if you have watched the recent...
Snowdrops at Colesbourne Park
Took a trip out of London to see snowdrops. The venue is Colesbourne Park in Gloucestershire and for 3 weekends a year, they throw open...
Victoria has her eye on you!
Rather lovely shot of the Queen Victoria Monument which stands directly in front of the Eastern facade of Buckingham Palace – that’s the...
Interesting tour of Highgate Western cemetery which looked spectacular in the morning winter sunshine. Accessible only as part of a...
The Peace Pagoda
On a cycle through the 200 acre Battersea Park situated on the south bank of the river Thames, I snapped a few pictures up close of the...
An extraordinary home, and a work of art
575 Wandsworth Road is an ordinary house that has been transformed into an extraordinary work of art. Externally unassuming, this ‘two-up...
Eltham Palace, the social hub
Eltham Palace is a very cool house that first came onto the radar in 1086 as a manor house, went onto become one of the largest and most...
Westminster Abbey - A Triforium Treasure Trove
But just when you think you’ve seen it all, Boom! The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Galleries and I am in awe, all over again. Opened a couple...
A trip to Hampton Court Palace
I always enjoy my trips to Hampton Court Palace, a 2-for-1 kind of thing as it consists of two different palaces. The first was a Tudor...