London is full of graphic elements with all of the signage vying for one’s attention.
A British soldier on sentry duty within the precincts of Windsor Castle, an official residence of The Queen.
Spinning light from a long exposure through a strand of trees in Inverarry, Scotland.
A wet evening along Exmouth Market Street.
A old wooden cross atop Rigi, Queen of the Mountains, in the Swiss Alps.
The setting sun performing a light show over the Alps in Switzerland.
Shutters on an old building in a village in the Rhinepfalz region of Germany.
Shadows at the entrance to a bierkeller, German for beer cellar, in the village of Leimersheim.
Beautiful countryside in Normandy, France.
Storm clouds form out over the English Channel off of Omaha Beach in Normandy, France.
A beautiful lace curtain window in the village of Cley-Next-The-Sea along the Norfolk Coast of England
Scenes from the Western Highlands of Scotland: A stream feeding into Loch Feochen.
Scenes from the Western Highlands of Scotland: a lone sailor.
Scenes from the Western Highlands of Scotland: a skull of a sheep high on a cliff.
Scenes from Straford-Upon-Avon in England of a willow tree along the river.
Clouds hang on the hills in the South of Wales.
Scenes from Straford-Upon-Avon in England with swans gathering on the river.
The Neolithic monument, Stonehenge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is still abound with mysteries.
A shingle beach along the North Coast of Norfolk.
Rapeseed plants filled a field outside of the village of Ranworth in Norfolk. The plants, part of the mustard family, are now in bloom across the English countryside. It is used as edible oil, animal feed and biodiesel fuel.
A boat is moored during the low tide at Brancaster Staithe, a fishing community along the Norfolk Coast.
Holkham Beach, England’s largest National Nature Reserve on the Norfolk Coast in England.
Footprints in the sand at Holkham Beach, England’s largest National Nature Reserve on the Norfolk Coast in England.
Surf in the late day sun along Norfolk’s Northern Coast.
Sheep are bred to withstand the cold and wind in the Lake District of England.
Novelist Jane Austen’s writing table in her museum home in the village of Chawton.
Punting on the River Stour near Canterbury, England.
Primary school students on a field trip line up beside the Cutty Sark in Greenwich.
Over 1/2 million bicycles are used daily and can be found parked anywhere.
The Pultney Weir on the River Avon in Bath, England below the famous bridge. The weir is now part of the city’s flood prevention program.
Reminders are everywhere to look right, look left, look right again and again. In this city of 8 million, several pedestrians are hit daily. Got to remember Britain is one of the few countries that drives on the left side of the road!
The sun sets behind the Palace of Westminster, home to the Houses of Parliament along the River Thames.
Watching the tourists in London watching the Changing of the Horse Guards.
Late afternoon shadows fall on the wall of one of the buildings for Goodenough College in Bloomsbury, central London.
Over 1 billion passengers ride the London Underground, also known as The Tube.
The Regent’s Canal towpath is used by walkers, joggers and cyclists, many who don’t appear to follow the “Please dismount beneath bridge” signs posted at the narrow underpasses.
Raindrops cover the window on one of London’s double-decker buses. England averages between 11 and 15 rainy days every month.
There is a protest about every day, this in London’s Islington marking the 15th anniversary of Abdullan Ocalan’s imprisonment on an island off the coast of Turkey. Many Kurds regard Ocalan as the most important exponent of their struggle for rights and democracy.
Apartment buildings on the Isles of Dogs in East London where redevelopment continues in the area once filled with docks and factories.
Lovers escape the stare of actor Michael Caine, in a giant print hung at the National Portrait Gallery in London for a exhibit of British photographer David Bailey, known for his celebrity and fashion photographs.
London’s Golden Jubilee Bridges over the River Thames, a 980 ft. footbridge connecting the East Bank and the London Eye
Graffiti along Clipstone St., Westminster.
Camden Town is a unique and colorful place in London, iconic for its alternative shops, street scenes and people.