United Kingdom, Wales, Dyfed, Cwm yr Eglwys, ruined church, gravestones, churchyard, coastline, blue sky, white clouds, sunny day, peaceful, tourism, places to visit, Pembrokeshire National Park, IPSV7033 , IPSV5054
Lake District, the Lakes, National Park, National Trust, England, Britain, United Kingdom, Great Britain, scenery, landscape, mountains, lakes, fells, walking, walkers, holiday, vacation, rambling, ramblers, countryside, heritage, environment, greenery, conservation, Lakeland, North East England, the North, the North East, Cumbria, Cumberland, Grasmoor, pyramid, triangle, hill, fellside, peak, crag, field, Crummock Water
Broadway Tower, built by Lady Coventry in 1797, near Broadway village, situated at the highest point in the Cotswolds at 1024 feet, beacon hill, folly, mock castle, architect James Wyatt, James Wyatt. UK, United Kingdom, Great Britain, England, Cotswolds, Cotswold Hills, Gloucestershire, Broadway, English Village, Cotswolds Village, Visitor Attraction, Pretty Village, Picturesque Village, Summer, Sunny Day, White Clouds, Sunshine, English, Nigel Cummings, Broadway, Tower, Worcestershire, Country Park, Blue Sky, building, ancient, monument, Cotswolds, Earl of Coventry, Europe. TIF, extreme wide angle perspective, Castle
Trotternish ridge, Isle of Skye, Inner Hebrides, remote, wilderness, narrow, road, bend, steep, countryside, landscape, view, green, nature, lake, dramatic, geology, tourist attraction, sightseeing, place of interest, Highlands & islands, Scotland, UK
The Quiraing is a landslip on the eastern face of Meall na Suiramach, the northernmost summit of the Trotternish Ridge on the Isle of Skye. The whole of the Trotternish Ridge escarpment was formed by a great series of landslips; the Quiraing is the only part of the slip still moving, the road at its base near Flodigarry requires repairs each year. Parts of the distinctive landscape have earned particular names. The Needle is a jagged 120-foot (37 m) high landmark pinnacle, a remnant of landslipping.
Bears the inscription "Erected at Claremont by HRH Prince Peopold of Saxe Coburg-Saalfield after his election in 1831 as first King of the Belgians. Purchased in 1931 by HM Queen Mary and re-erected in the grounds of Frogmore House"
Cricket Sport Cricket, village cricket, English cricket, England, NortHampton, Boughton, summer sport, village pastimes, 2004, English traditions, village green, local cricket, local sport, NortHampton Cricket, NortHampton Sport, summer, English summer
UK, United Kingdom, Great Britain, North of England, North Country, Yorkshire Dales National Park, Yew Cogar Scar, Yew Cougar Scar, Limestone, Walking Country, Dales Landscape, Walking Country, Limestone Cliff, Stream, Cowside Beck, Limestone Scree, Steep, Escarpment, IPSV1296,
UK, United Kingdom, Great Britain, North of England, North Country, Yorkshire Dales National Park, Yew Cogar Scar, Yew Cougar Scar, Limestone, Walking Country, Dales Landscape, Walking Country, Limestone Cliff, Stream, Cowside Beck, Limestone Scree, Steep, Escarpment, Wild, Remote, Littondale, Arncliffe, River, IPSV1296,