Life on Earth

Life on Earth

The book that covered the series. From David Attenborough & the BBC probably the best natural history documentary programme ever produced.

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A year in Provence

A year in Provence

Peter Mayle's book about a year in France

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The Beatles Anthology

The Beatles Anthology

All you ever wanter to know about the fab four!

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The country diary of an Edwardian lady

The country diary of an Edwardian lady

A look at years gone by written by Edith Holden

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The Menai Bridge

The Menai Bridge

The iconic Menai Suspension Bridge built in 1826 by Thomas Telford over the fast flowing and dangerous waters of the Menai Strait between mainland Wales and the Isle of Anglesey

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Black Country

Black Country

The Black Country living, working museum is in Dudley in the West Midlands. The image concentrates on the heavy metal works with the canal basement in the foreground. In the early days of the industrial revolution narrow boats were a common form of transport. The back ground illustrates the typic...

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Castleton, Derbyshire

Castleton, Derbyshire

Castleton is a village in the High Peak district of Derbyshire, England. The village lies within the Peak District at the western end of the Hope Valley on the Peakshole Water, a tributary of the River Noe. The village is situated between the areas known as the Dark Peak (to the north) and the White...

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My back yard

My back yard

A glimpse of a common courtyard in the capital of Hungary, Budapest.

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Artisan Bread Making

Artisan Bread Making

At the Black Country Museum in Dudley, West Midlands there are many traditional local producers , everything from traditional fish & chips, sweets, ales and bread!

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Covent Garden

Covent Garden

The Covent Garden market in central London is a regeneration project based on the ancient Covent Garden fruit market. The Apple Market is one of the several halls now converted to a general market hall, and the central London Apple store happens to be adjacent.

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Welcome home

Welcome home

A rainy day, in fact pouring down, what better sight than your front door? An image taken in Broadway in the English Cotswolds Hills.

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Squatter cottage

Squatter cottage

Blists Hill is a restored mid-Victorian town part of the living museum complex at Ironbridge in Shropshire. The Squatter cottage is a tiny cottage with only two rooms which dates from the 1840s. Constructed crudely using local stone and tree trunks for roof timbers, at one time it was occupied by a...

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Left to rot

Left to rot

The bleak shingle foreshore of Dungeness in Kent is a unique . There are many rare plants, insects, birds and other wildlife in the area which share their life with a nuclear power station, a narrow guage railway and a few hardy souls who have made Dungeness their home. The fishermen from the near...

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Bank of England

Bank of England

The Bank of England is the central bank of the United Kingdom it was established in 1694, it is the second oldest central bank in the world and the world's 8th oldest bank. The bank is also known as The Old Lady of Threadneedle Street.

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Once upon a gate...

Once upon a gate...

This gate leading to nowhere is pictured in the garden of a Jacobean house in the Cotswolds. A lovely setting but something of an oddity.

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Albert Dock, Liverpool

Albert Dock, Liverpool

The original development of the inner city of Liverpool regeneration project, Albert Dock is an interesting day out, with the Taste Gallery, plenty of museums (including The Beatles Museum), shop and eating places to explore. In the background is the iconic Royal Liver Building with the mythical L...

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St Dunstan in the East

St Dunstan in the East

A church was first built on this site in Saxon times. It was restored by St Dunstan in AD950 then rebuilt by Sir Christopher Wren after the Great Fire in 1697. Only the tower of the Wren church survives intact. The gardens were laid out following severe damage to the building in the blitz and ope...

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Royal Air Force Memorial

Royal Air Force Memorial

Part of the Royal Air Force (RAF) memorial garden at the National Memorial Arboretum at Alrewas in Staffordshire on the edge of the National Forest, the Arboretum is the UK’s year-round centre of Remembrance.

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Once a proud fishing boat...

Once a proud fishing boat...

The bleak shingle foreshore of Dungeness in Kent is a unique . There are many rare plants, insects, birds and other wildlife in the area which share their life with a nuclear power station, a narrow guage railway and a few hardy souls who have made Dungeness their home. The fishermen from the near...

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Awaiting the young

Awaiting the young

A Grey crowned crane (Balearica regulorum) sitting on the nest in the Masai Mara, Kenya

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Canal Street

Canal Street

Blists Hill is a restored mid-Victorian town part of the living museum complex at Ironbridge in Shropshire. Canal Street is closely modelled on existing and historic buildings in the Telford area. Canal Street includes a Fish and Chip Shop, Drapers shop and Post Office (shown in the picture), as we...

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Dawn in Yoxall

Dawn in Yoxall

Early morning is a special time. The dawn skies can enjoyed by anyone who cares to rise early enough to enjoy the peace and tranquility of this special time of the day. The image has been developed in the style of Turner with dramatic contrast and colouring.

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Loch Maree

Loch Maree

A view of Loch Maree from the A832 road looking to north west, taken in early May. There is still snow on the higher ground. Loch Maree is a loch (lake) in Wester Ross in the Northwest Highlands of Scotland. At 20 km (12.5 miles) long and with a maximum width of 4 km (2.5 miles), it is the fourth...

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Port Erin, Isle of Man

Port Erin, Isle of Man

Taken from the bay, Port Erin (Purt Çhiarn in Manx) is every bit a holiday resort. A small town in the south of the island it is famed for its views including spectacular sunsets over Port Erin Bay and Bradda Head as well as frequent glimpses of the Mourne Mountains in Northern Ireland in the dista...

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The basket seller

The basket seller

The original photograph was taken in November 1985 in Chengdu. China had just opened up to the western world, and for people in the provinces the sight of a European was unusual. I was part of an early UK Trade Mission to the country and there was so much to learn and so many stories that came out...

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