An aerial view from the south of Ickworth House. The original idea of the Earl-Bishop was to live in the central rotunda and use the rest to show off his enormous art collection, hence the south facing windows to let in the maximum light. In the end family lived in the East Wing to the right.
Keiss Castle, Caithness, Scotland. is perhaps one of the best-known and most visible castles in Caithness lying some 10 miles south of John O'Groats. It occupies one of the most dramatic locations at the top of sheer cliffs overlooking the sea at the Northern end of Sinclair's Bay. Photo: plus.google.com/explore/Scotland
ingelnook: prior park, bath by matt northam
Images sur deux roues
LNER A1 class 4-6-2 No. 60163 "Tornado" has just passed Cholsey station and is approaching the bridge at Manor Farm on the down relief line with 1Z72, "The Cathedrals Express", 09:24 from Southend Central to Oxford. 13:06, Saturday 8th December 2012. At last - a picture of "Tornado" in blue livery in sunshine! Digital Image No. GMPI13208.
Mount Airy, 1758-62, richest plantation owner in VA @ the time, neb-palladian
Old Westbury House, Westbury Gardens from the South Lawn in Westbury, Long Island. George A. Cawley and Grosvenor Atterbury, ca. 1906