Garry takes a walk in the countryside to see Autumn at its best.
Garry takes a look at his local history today. A memory of a long haul flight with no leg room.
Garry spotted this farmer working in a thunderstorm this week.
Anchored cruise ships are now a destination, but not for cruising.
The village of Chideock in Dorset hardly fits the stereotype of polluted air, but the monitoring instruments say otherwise.
Visitors to a drive-through safari park in northern England report some unusual encounters with the inhabitants.
Londoners are being offered commuter rides on sightseeing buses to allow open-air less crowded transport.
DrFumblefinger visits one of the world's best known walls in Northern England. Roman Emperor Hadrian saw the need for its construction in the 2nd century AD to protect the Roman world from the Scottish barbarians to the north.
Garry walks the 2,000 year old walls of Chester. UK
Garry looks in his own garden for today's Picture of the Day to avoid breaking lockdown in England,
Paul Hunter, confined like many of us to our homes, shares some beautiful images from around his home in Yorkshire.
Garry explores the Nature Trail before self-Isolation this week.
Garry watches the Ships and Turbines on the River Mersey moving silently.
Ian Cook shares the story behind the Knife Angel, accompanied by lots of great photos.
Tosson Lime Kiln near Rothbury is the best-preserved in Northumberland.