David Young, London, Greater London, Suffolk, England, Britain, Great Britain, United Kingdom, UK, Europe, East Anglia, Eastern England, the East, Long Melford, village, cottage, timbered, half-timbered,
These falls mark the upper limit of the 800 mile migration of salmon from the Paific Ocean only a few Chinook, largest and strongest of the salmon come this far. Late summer Canada Rockies Fish Trout drive fly view travel see British Columbia catch summer
Early 20th century post card depicting Father Christmas in the snow holding a Christmas tree and sack of presents. A pretty ; young angel dressed in a star-spangled robe and holding a shining star goes with him on in the night.; ephemera, Saint Nicholas, toys, divine messenger, Christmas eve,
Sharpham Estate and Sharpham House, Ashprington, near Totnes, Devon, England. Red & white wine is made here from grapes grown on ground that slopes down to the River Dart. This picture was taken on the 1st of November.
Tynemouth Castle, evening light, bright colours, North Tyneside. Tynemouth Castle was originally a Norman earthwork motte and bailey fortress, founded by Robert de Mowbray. The castle is built on the site of an early Christian monastery, which was founded by Edward, the Saxon king of Northumbria, in 625. In 1085, a Benedictine priory was founded within the fortified enclosure and in 1296, King Edward I granted the priory a licence to crenellate. The Prior, founded the stone castle, when adding a continuous stone curtain wall, flanked by semi-circular towers, around the headland. In the 14th century, Prior John of Wethamstede strengthened the gateway, adding a three storey gatehouse, with an inner and outer Barbican, behind a huge ditch , David Turnbull.
United Kingdom, Wales, Caerphilly, The Salvation Army, clothing bank, clothing and shoe bank, recycling clothes, recycling textiles, IPSV3365, IPSV2340, IPSV2317, Clothing recycling, IPSV2598, recycling sites,
Herat Harat madrasa Timurid Islamic Architecture Islam Muslim Afghanistan Persian 15th century Qavam al-Din Gawhar Shad Shah Rukh Middle East Eastern Khurasan Khorasan interior vaulting arch arches tombstones tomb 1438
Finished in 1438, this tomb was part of the madrasa that Gauhar built, alongside a Frida mosque. She was the wife of the ruling sultan, Shah Rukh, and politically powerful in her own right. Qavam al-Din was the architect.
Botany; Caribbean; citrus; crop; cultivar; eye level; ecology; environment; evergreen, flora; fruit; garden; grapefruit; green; home grown; hybrid; leaves; morning; outdoors; produce; tree, tropical; tropics; unripe, raho, Barbados, West Indies. Note: Grapefruit (Citrus paradisi) and grapefruit juice interferes with the Cytochrome P450 isoenzymes and so adversely interacts with certain drugs (medication] such as Statins, erythromycin and immunosuppressants, raising therapeutic blood levels. Digital scan of original photograph.
Young man; Young men; Male; Resting head on hand; Leaning head on hand; Portrait; Naked; Nude; Profile; Color light; Colour; Warm light; Grain effect; Shadow; Elbow; Arm; Shoulder, 20 to 25 years; 20-25 years; 25 to 30 years; 25-30 years; 20 to 30 years; 20-30 years, Thoughtful, Pensive, Worried, Reflexive, Reflexion, Sensual, Sensuality
Poster on North Street, Bedminster, Bristol advertising the forthcoming Lady Boys of Bangkok tour- "Fur coats and french knickers!". The poster is pasted onto a newspaper delivery bin outside the Royston Garden News on 228 North Street. Convieniently the poster has been posted over the get your newspapers bit and leaves the words 'here', implying that the ladyboys are here!