Misty Day above the River Dart, Tuckenhay, Devon, England.
Arusha National Park in Tanzania
The Shard, City of London. Showing contrasting architecture on the River Thames
The Shard, Butlers Wharf and Tower Bridge, City of London, England. Showing Contrasting Architecture.
Quantock Hills in my native Somerset Early Sunrise Breaking through a cold snowstorm in early January.
Quantocks Hills in my native Somerset in January. Hinkley Point Nuclear Power Station can be seen in the distance.
Sunrise set off a stormy sky above Totnes in Devon, England. Dartmoor, which can be seen in the far distance, often has a strong influence upon the weather moving in from the Atlantic, creating a barrier which invites precipitation.
Bell heather (erica cinerea) and gorse bushes, near Wills Neck, near West Bagborough, Quantock Hills, Somerset, England, UK
Cavalaire-sur-Mer, South of France, August 2015
View of the coast from Hope Cove, Devon. Unusually calm, it will change – quicker than you think.
Sunset over Akaroa in New Zealand's South Island.
Flamingos feed in the lake of Arusha National Park In Tanzania with Mount Kilimanjaro rising in the distance
The Dartmoor Hunt in full chase across the rocky outcrops.
Agricultural fleece is used to protect crops from winter frost. But here is appearance looks more like waves on the sea, with brooding dark clouds behind.
Misty Day at The Mount, Totnes, Devon, England.
Tuckenhay, Devon, England. January can often bring mild weather with High Pressure from the Atlantic, but can change within hours.
Frosty Winter Morning showing contrasting mediaeval architecture of Totnes and South Devon, behind it Dartington Hall Estate stretches into the forest.
West Somerset, Quantock Hills.
The first area in the UK to be designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB)
Geese migrating at the end of summer, and a rainbow sends them upon their way.
Mount Kilimanjaro looms loftily over all things things for many many many miles......