Some of my favourites from Cumbria.
It is hard to miss, but note the green green grass. One of the advantages of living in the land of rain. Down here in the South, whilst we have somewhat less rain, our grass is all yellow.
One of the things I love about London, is the history. Whilst there are less buildings in the Lakes, you can find the history if you look.
You can feel the history deep beneath your toes.
Such as Hadrian's Wall, which is 1800 years old. Housesteads Roman Fort is so well preserved you can almost see the paths the solider's walked.
With all the hills, the views are majestic and I doubt they have changed much since the romans looked upon them which is quite amazing.
Note also the viaduct, for some odd reason I do love viaducts. They are too bridges what chocolate is to strawberries, or a necklace to a nice dress - they just make them so much more exciting!
The flowers are from my godmother's lovely garden, which is entirely on a steep slope and a little bit unnerving to walk around, trying to be careful you don't fall down it.