Phew, too warm to cycle today.
So peacefull here, sat at the riverside.
Taken early morning at the Camping and Caravan site in Keswick. My pal Molly taking a stroll in Derwentwater she loves it as I do.
A shot of the Helvellyn Range taken from the west side of Thirlmere
We were staying on a cl site facing the Solent in our new Lunar caravan, which was wonderfully warm and comfortable. The weather at the end of Nevember was very cold with sharp frosts but we were warm as toast inside the caravan.
Summer showers sweeping across a dramatic Cumbrian sky. Eycott Hill nature reserve near Berrier is on the quiet North-western edge of the Lake District National Park
We celebrated August bank holiday Monday in rural Somerset. Surrounded by friends, food and stars.
Just strolling round the campsite Les Pinedes near to La Colle sur Loup, we stumbled upon these exquisite flowers . This is one of several pictures which we took to remind us of this beautiful spot and moment in time...
September weekend away with friends my 7 year old daughter took this on her mums phone we found it a few Hours later
The unspoilt beaches of Northumberland are a must to see, they are desolate, fabulous walking and lots of castles around the are to explore.
We had our caravan just outside Barmouth. The sun set a perfect silhouette- the last time our dog saw the sea. A caravan holiday we will never forget x
Heading to the beautiful North West Coast of Scotland... A quick stop to take in the stunning view of the distant mountains at the 'Queens View' on Struie Hill, Ross-Shire.
A spring weekend with great friends to celebrate a birthday and an annual get together!
Bottlenosed dolphins photographed at Chanonry Point whilst on a two week holiday at Rosemarkie Camping and caravanning Club site. Taken on 1st August 2016.
Walking on the desolate beaches of Northumberland is breathtaking, and oh so quite, the stunning views of the Castles, a lovely walk from the caravan site.
We spent autumn in the Cotswolds and visited the Westonbirt Arboretum for a wonder display of the autumn colours.
We were the only caravan on our favourite CL and surrounded by ewes and their week old lambs . This cute little soul was fascinated by our grey water container and we were fascinated by the antics of all the lambs in "our" field .After a day watching motor racing at Silverstone this is the most fabulous place to relax . Although we could have done without the early baa-larm at 5am one morning !!
I took this photo from the slopes of Esk Pike on late afternoon last Saturday. I loved the colours in the landscape and the way that the clouds and light were constantly changing - with snow and hail showers visible in the distance. Overall it made for a very satisfying day out on the fells.
I watched this colourful little character fishing a tidal pool by the River Hamble for twenty minutes when it suddenly crossed the water and perched right by me for a moment.
A feral cat that isn't quite as fierce as he tries to make out. In my experience he's just a big softie, but he lives on the mean streets of the village and so thinks he needs to look tough!
Taken from our pitch on the Bunree site Nr Fort William, Thought that it was the Black Pearl and Jack sparrow visiting!
Sometimes when im walking in the forest I feel that I am being transported to another time or place or maybe even to another world the forest is a magical plece to take you where ever you wish to go. This photo was taken one early morning with a slight colour change I created a place where the wood elves live.
One early misty morning just as the sun begain to peer over the horizon and the misty autumn morning was still hugging the ground. I turned around to the the ranger of the park opening the gate and the headlights from hes jeep lite up the early morning misty to produce this magical image.
This is taken looking out from Castlerigg stone circle towards the valley
Having a nice day out around Kielder and Hadrian's wall with my puppy Bonnie had a walk up to the waterfall at Hareshaw Linn
I decided to try some dawn pictures at Dovercourt, I've been there before and knew the lighthouse would look nice but I was really lucky with the tide and the sunrise when I captured this shot.
Taken on a caravan site in France. This childs bike belongs to the family at side of our caravan.
This is the view of the River Dovey from the rear of our rented cottage in Mallwyd, mid Wales.
A sunny day on a walk along the south coast in Sussex. The view is of the "Seven Sisters" that stretch between Birling Gap and Eastbourne
Finally, got to see the murmuration of starlings, 3rd time lucky
We visited The Lost Gardens of Heligan on our trip to Cornwall and this was a beautiful field of poppies.