Saint Margaret’s at Cliffe – Full Moon

Posted in Astro, Landscape, Travel at 10:00 pm by Warren Williams

Revisited Saint Margaret’s, as it seemed to offer the best views around the coast of Kent. After just missing sunset, had to settle for light from the full moon.

Kent Countryside Sunset

Posted in Landscape, Travel at 8:00 pm by Warren Williams

En route from Canterbury to another visit to Saint Margaret’s at Cliffe, the sun was setting fast. I had left too late, and not allowed enough time to travel the tight country lanes, short cutting through the Kentish countryside. As the sun flared up, I decided to pull over, just 5min away from Saint Margaret’s to get these:


Samphire Hoe

Posted in Landscape, Travel at 5:00 pm by Warren Williams

 Samphire Hoe, Kent, is the special place, created by reclaiming land at the base of Shakespeare Cliff. The soil used, was from the Channel Tunnel, so will hold place in history for many years to come. Featuring a mile long sea wall, fishing, walkways and incredible views, definitely worth a visit when heading South-West out of Dover.

Samphire Hoe, Dover, Kent
Samphire Tower

Shakespeare Cliff, Dover
Shakespeare Cliff, and the reclaimed land

The one lane tunnel through Shakespeare Cliff to access Samphire Hoe

Dover, Kent

Posted in Landscape, Travel at 4:00 pm by Warren Williams

Dover is famous for it’s White Cliffs, made of chalk.

Dover Castle, fortified by King William, after 1066.

Eminem’s bus stop?

English country road

Saint Margaret’s at Cliffe

Posted in Landscape, People, Travel at 1:00 pm by Warren Williams

Nestled amongst the famous White Cliffs of Dover, Saint Margaret’s offers some incredible views.

Incredibly high

My cousin, Steven walking the fine line


P.O.T.N Photo Book for Sale

Posted in General, Landscape, People, Sport at 9:00 am by Warren Williams

Members of the Photography-on-the.net/forum website have pieced together a masterpiece of a book. Featuring 12 sections, 160 pages, and several hundred photos, I was fortunate enough to have 3 of my own images selected.

The signature shots, and sections can be found here: http://potn.smugmug.com/gallery/2697840

Warren and Kirst in Fiji – (People)

Sheep on Summit Road, Christchurch – (Nature & Animals)

Jonah Lomu – (Sport)

The book is available for US$39.95 plus shipping via Blurb.com – Shipping costs are quite high for one book, but significantly cheaper for multiple books.

Blurb.com P.O.T.N Photo Book Link


Airbourne 2007 – Eastbourne, England

Posted in Aviation, General, Travel at 5:30 pm by Warren Williams

The overcast weather to England’s largest free air show, didn’t deter people from turning up in their masses.

Blades – Ex Red Arrows pilots

Wingwalkers on biplanes

Boeing HC2 Chinook

P51D races along the shoreline

Messerschmitt BF108 (N1002) – NJ C11

The last surving Battle of Britain, Hawker Hurricane R4118

Worlds’ fastest helicopter -Westland Lynx does a loop!

Supermarine 509 Spitfire T9C – G-CCCA (H98 / CBAF 9590)

Oasis Hong Kong 747-400, arriving from the South West at 500 feet

Eurofighter afterburner
Eurofighter Typhoon – afterburners  and vapour

Red Arrows, Eastbourne Airshow

Posted in Aviation, Travel at 12:30 pm by Warren Williams

The opening display of the “Airbourne” air show, in Eastbourne, Southern England were the Red Arrows display. They did not disappoint.


Posted in Animals, General, Travel at 12:00 pm by Warren Williams

After the flying display at Eastbourne, there was an RAF dog agility demonstration on the field.


Hadrian’s Wall

Posted in General, Landscape, Travel at 1:01 pm by Warren Williams

Hadrian’s Wall, Northern England was built by the Roman Emperor, Hadrian, in AD 122.

These shots were taken in the area, with some of the ruins – Hadrian’s Wall is thicker than the wall seen here

Hadrian’s Cows

Posted in Animals, General, Travel at 12:30 pm by Warren Williams

Off the beaten track, behind Hadrian’s Wall, I came across some cows nearby to the country road.

Just the cutest calf, in the perfect setting

English countryside, Hadrian’s Wall

“This is making me cross-eyed”

Cow legs?

Loch Lomond, Scotland

Posted in Landscape, Travel at 9:00 am by Warren Williams

Loch Lomond, just 45min North of Glasgow, Scotland, is a very popular lake to visit. Calm days can be rewarded with glassy water, but due to the weather, and some wind, it wasn’t the most ideal conditions.

Adam taking a shot of the power station


Loch Lubnaig, Scotland

Posted in Landscape, People, Travel at 8:00 pm by Warren Williams

As the road unwinds between Callendar and Loch Lomond, the striking beauty of Loch Lubnaig captures your eye. Despite the miserable weather at the time, there were many camped up, on the pebbled shore.

Loch Lubnaig

Bracklin Falls, Callendar, Scotland

Posted in Landscape, Travel at 6:00 pm by Warren Williams

The Bracklin Falls travel for some distance, through very blocky rock features. Each large platform stand 5-20metres over the rushing water below.

Difficult to work out the scale, but the fallen tree was huge

Aberfoyle Waterfall, Scotland

Posted in Landscape, Travel at 5:00 pm by Warren Williams

Located within the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park, a 5min short stroll from the information centre up the hill over Aberfoyle lays a picturesque waterfall.

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