Sinebrychoff Tower

Not really a castle but the Sinebrychoff Tower does slightly resemble a medieval turret. Here you can see it at two different seasons of the year, summer and winter. Years ago Nikolai Sinebrychoff built a brewery and house here, and in the back garden he built his own observation tower. Today Sinebrychoff Park is open for all to enjoy,Continue reading “Sinebrychoff Tower”

Written in Rock

The Jurassic Coast is well known for its unique landscape. I have already mentioned Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door, two places I was able to visit recently, but there are many others spread out along the 95 mile stretch, they include Chesil Beach and Old Harry’s Rocks. Most famously the Jurassic Coast is known forContinue reading “Written in Rock”

Stonehenge

I have taken a small break from my blog while I enjoyed Christmas at home, but now it is business as usual. The last month things have been all up in the air while I moved from Lapland to Helsinki and before my feet touched the ground I was off to the UK for Christmas.Continue reading “Stonehenge”

From Another Planet

With the weather changing and the cold temperatures it has made its impact on the natural surroundings. The frost, snow and icy winds have transformed the trees into something you would see on another planet. As the the photo challenge theme is trio this week, here are three images of trees as you won’t usuallyContinue reading “From Another Planet”

What a Difference a Month Makes

Over the last year I have enjoyed the opportunity to photograph places over time and show the differences the seasons can do. A little while ago I posted a series of photographs of a cabin and What a Difference a Day Makes, this photograph is a late addition to those. Below is one of the photographsContinue reading “What a Difference a Month Makes”