An old Yorkshire Mill reflected in the mill pond, a few wisps of smoke from the chimney give a taste of its former life. The autumn trees turning colour - a symbol of how the seasons and life moves on.......change is inevitable but leaves its mark on our surroundings
Hurricane PZ865 MkIIc
The last Hurricane ever built (of 14,533), PZ865 rolled off the Hawker production line at Langley, Bucks, in July 1944 with the inscription ‘The Last of the Many’ on her port and starboard sides. Keen to preserve the last Hurricane ever built, Hawkers purchased the aircraft back from the Air Ministry and kept it in storage at Langley.
I have been longing to get this shot, and finally managed it today, so feeling pretty proud!! Ever since I was a little kid I have LOVED the Natural History Museum, and haven't been there for years. It will always hold a very special place in my heart, and is one of the most stunning pieces of architecture in London!
A journey to the Horne Lake Caves offered this picture I viewed emerging from the Andre Annex cave. The cave demonstrated millions of years of Vancouver Island history but surrounding outside of the cave demonstrated the entire beauty of the entire area.