The list below is posts with pictures from England on this blog.
Almost like a painting - This picture is a look from Maryport with a view of Solway Firth. It has been a bother for me to try and develop digitally as there is a lot of blues in… Continue reading The stable cats - I met these English ladies in Newmarket in 2013 working as stable cats in the stable where my daughter worked. The black-and-white cat is named Tomasina and the grey cat Tamara. Both are… Continue reading Shoe ad as street art - There are lots of street art in parts of London. This picture on the shutters of a store seems to be an ad for a shoe store on Liverpool Street. When I googled it it turns up… Continue reading Church door in Lacock - I sometimes participates in Fototriss on Instagram. The week before this the theme was “like a painting”. I found this in my stash and started editing but it wasn´t ready before the theme… Continue reading Mural on Goulston Street in London - There are lots of murals in Shoreditch. This one is painted by Frankie Strand in 2016. The picture is taken in June 2019. More Pictures of murals can be found at Monday Murals. Camden Lock - This picture of Camden Lock is taken in June 2019 when we visited London. Camden Market is one of our favourite places in London. . Avebury - 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 Military Mural at Andover - We went to Andover and parked at ASDA when we were going to Rooksbury Mill. At the entrance to the parking lot I found these paintings on both sides of the tunnel of… Continue reading One glass window - At the hotel in London I noticed the water drops on the glass and when we checked it was an one glass window that England is famous for. It is autumn now but… Continue reading View from London Eye - A view from the top of London Eye looking out over the Thames and London in October 2018. More pictures on Our World Tuesday. Jellyfish - Jellyfish at London SeaLife through auqarium glass. Rooksbury Mill - Rooksbury Mill at Andover is beautiful in the late autumn afternoon i October 2018. The small lake is fed by the river Anton and has several spots for fishers as well and a… 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 Beloved foals - Working with horses is not a job, it is a vocation. These foals are photographed on a stud on the English countryside in the autumn of 2016. I share this post with The Daily… Continue reading A memory from Old Sarum - The picture above is taken at Old Sarum that was built on Roman remains overlooking the original Salisbury cathedral in april 2017, when we visited southern England where our daughter lives and… Continue reading
A sample of pictures from England below:
Early spring in England.
Warren Hill in Newmarket is training ground for thousands of racing horses.
Ett knubbigt torn på en kyrka i Cambridge. / A squat tower on a church in Cambridge.
Torn i Cambridge. / Towers in Cambridge.
Green grass racing course
Central Newmarket with High Street and the Bell Tower.
Where there is light there is shadow. Bury Road in Newmarket.
Escape. Horses racing through the fog on Warren Hill in Newmarket.
Warren Hill, Newmarket, England
Sunset in Newmarket, England
Shadow and sky in Cambridge, England.
Hobson Street, Cambridge.
Early morning working at the stables.
The big horse chestnut trees are starting to shed their leaves.
Horses in training on Warren Hill, Newmarket, England.
Horses coming up for the finish at Windsor racecourse.
The White Tower in London.
The name of the building is the Albert and it is located at the crossing of Victoria Street and Buckingham Gate in London, England