No, it's not day old bread at a bakery! George G visits a famous '60s fashion and nostalgia shop in London.
With a week to spend in the Cotswolds, PortMoresby returns to a place she’s been before, Hidcote Manor Garden in Gloucestershire.
Ian Cook shares images of old stone barns set in a lovely rural landscape in North Yorkshire
Ian Cook shares a collection of beautiful photos of a waterfall and its nearby mine, which has an interesting history. From North Yorkshire, England
GarryRF takes us to visit a village stuck in the past, with cobbled streets and thatched cottages.
Today's post from View from the Chair Photography is of a sunrise at Bamburgh Castle,Northumberland
PHeymont's a former typographer, so his eye is always open for well-done signs and inscriptions. Here are some from his wanders in England.
This northern port city takes center stage to celebrate its heritage and win a new reputation as a place where things are happening.
PortMoresby returns to the story of Arts & Crafts Movement giant, William Morris and visits his retreat in England’s Cotswolds.
Ian Cooks shares some stunning monochrome images of Grinton How Mill, the best preserved Smelt Mill in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Cuts in other revenue lead Bath's Council to think about a per bed per night tourism tax, but others point out that hotel stay taxes are already high
On her way to the Cotswolds from London, PortMoresby makes an overnight stop In Oxford.
Ian Cook introduces us to this monumental sculpture by Mark di Suvero that stands as a beacon at the Royal Quays Marina in Newcastle.
GarryRF shares a haunting pircture from a place where extreme tides can extend the beach from 15 feet to 4 miles.
View from the Chair Photography shares today's Pic of the Day, an interesting perspective of Love locks on the High Level Bridge in Newcastle.