Category Archive: England

A view from Canary Wharf

The view from the hotel window at Canary Wharf was fantastic at night. Advertisements


Avebury is a neolithic stone circle close to Stonehenge. It is a giant circle with remnants of smaller stone circles  inside the big circle. Only part of the big circle remain. In Sweden we… Continue reading

Extinction Rebellion on Waterloo Bridge april 2019

We visited London on Easter week. When we tried to take a bus to Waterloo Station instead of travelling with the Underground the buses stopped running due to Extinction Rebellion protests on Waterloo bridge. One… Continue reading

Remembrance poppy at King´s Cross 2016

Today it is 100 years since the first world war ended and lots of remembrance ceremonies has have been performed all over the world. Let us hope for a world in peace. This picture… Continue reading

The White Chalk Horses of Wiltshire

I knew about the white chalk horses of Wiltshire when we visited in the spring of 2017 but at the time our focus was on Roman remains as my husband was very interested… Continue reading

Sweet Lady

One of the sweetest and most friendly horses I have met is this lady – Silk Sari. My daughter was one of the work riders that rode her most in training. As my daughter is very light… Continue reading

Beloved horse

Working with horses is not a job, it is a vocation. The horse is Petrify and my daughter who was his caretaker loved him dearly. He was something of a problem boy, easily scared which… Continue reading


    Beautiful texture on the ancient stones at Stonehenge. I share this post with The Daily Post´s weekly Photography Challenge: Texture.   

The serene mystery of Stonehenge

Stonehenge is an eternal mystery on earth. Why was it built and by whom? What purpose was it meant to serve? More than a million people from all around the world visit Stonehenge… Continue reading

People in Nature

Horses with riders in the fog at Warren Hill in Newmarket, England. The rails mark the dirt tracks the horses run on. Newmarket is the origin of the racing of the world. This… Continue reading