Peveril Castle, Castleton,Derbyshire, UK
Napton Locks - England
16th century Lyme Park, Cheshire, England
New Lanark, Scotland New Lanark is the site of an 18th century cotton mill founded by David Dale and Robert Owen. It has undergone extensive renovation and restoration since the 1960s and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Bonnington Linn at the Falls of Clyde in New Lanark, Scotland.
Mersey River Valley, England
Oxford Canal browses through farmland near Napton on the Hill, England (National Geographic | July 1974) (near Coventry)
Claudine Doury - La Petite Vera, Baïkal, Siberia, 1999.
~Lantern Walkway, Chester, England~
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The view over the Vale of York from the Yorkshire Lavender Farm near Terrington, North Yorkshire
Venice Italy by Zú Sánchez
There was a house built out of stone
‘Welsh hats’ in clipped yew, at Chirk Castle, Wrexham. Norah Lindsay, Garden Designer. ©National Trust Images/Andrew Butler