Monthly Archives: April 2015

Overlooking Scarborough’s South Beach

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We’re back in God’s Own Country to celebrate the inaugural Tour de Yorkshire taking place this weekend. This is Scarborough’s South Beach, where Stage One will end having begun in Bridlington and wound through the North Yorkshire Moors. Although I can’t … Continue reading

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Puffin Spotting At Bempton Cliffs

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My only new year resolution for 2015 was to spend more time in the great outdoors, so on a midweek day off my friend and I headed to the East Yorkshire coast. The Yorkshire coastline has some rather spectacular white cliffs, … Continue reading

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My Photo Of The Week: Feeding The Ducks

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See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil. I snapped these three little ducklings at local nature reserve, Howden Marsh, this weekend. Feeding the ducks is the perfect way to spend a Spring afternoon, but remember to follow the Canal and River … Continue reading

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Discovering A Secret London

In the heart of the City of London stands the Gherkin, its unusual bullet shape making the 41-storey building one of the most recognisable skyscrapers in the metropolis. View image | While thousands of commuters traipse past what is … Continue reading

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Light Streams Into The Hagia Sophia

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There is something truly magical about Istanbul. Perched between Europe and Asia, it’s a city with a true clash of cultures. One of the main highlights for visitors is the Hagia Sophia, in the historic heart of the city. Now a museum, … Continue reading

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