Bristol is a lovely city, and one of the few places in the UK that feels different. The Clifton Suspension Bridge is over 150 years old and spans the Avon gorge – it fits into the surroundings very nicely.
Just over a year ago I was enjoying the cherry blossoms in Japan. Although not quite as extensive here in London, they’re still nice.
This is an incredibly picturesque abbey in North Yorkshire, surrounded by an amazing park and countryside. It’s been around in some form since 1132 after having been formed by some expelled monks.
A very welcome sight after a drearily grey winter.
A black swan acts as ice breaker for the ducks.
There was a pro-Europe march in London this weekend. My favourite sign is the one held by the boys in the middle picture: free biscuits!
I’ve never eaten here but it seems an interesting place, and is reached by a bridge in a corner of Regent’s Canal near Camden.
There’s something very forlorn about this sign. This was as cold as it got this year – partially mushy water.
It seems painting is more dangerous then you would expect – this person is covered in paint in places that seem unrelated to a seemingly peaceful occupation.