Australia Photography Road trip Milky Way Sydney Ayers rock Uluru Outback Melbourne Coober Pedy

Australia Photography stars milky way and astrophotography Road trip. 3 Months travelling around Australia in a small camper van. Starting in Sydney, up the gold coast to Whitsundays, across the outback through Rainbow Valley onto Alice Springs, Milky way at Uluru-Kata Tjuta, Ayres Rock, then down to Coober Pedy, Adelaide, Great Ocean road, 12 apostles, Melbourne, Canberra back to Sydney Bridge and Luna park. Katoomba, Blue Mountains and Leura Cascades.

Photos taken with a Nikon D800

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Crowne Plaza Melbourne
Crowne Plaza Melbourne
Harley Street Melbourne
Harley Street Melbourne
12 Apostles Great ocean road
12 Apostles Great ocean road
As the clouds roll by sunrise in the blue mountains
As the clouds roll by sunrise in the blue mountains
Fireworks at Sydney Opera House
Fireworks at Sydney Opera House
Sydney Traffic Play
Sydney Traffic Play
Sydney Harbour Rainbow Reflections
Sydney Harbour Rainbow Reflections
Under the stars
Under the stars
Milkyway over Ayres Rock Australia
Milkyway over Ayres Rock Australia
Grooveline Sydney
Grooveline Sydney
Crusing the Aussie Outback
Crusing the Aussie Outback
Star Trails over Ayres Rock
Star Trails over Ayres Rock
luna park
luna park
Leura Cascades Rainforest
Leura Cascades Rainforest
Sydney Harbour Bridge 50mm
Sydney Harbour Bridge 50mm
Red Death Rainbow Valley
Red Death Rainbow Valley
Sydney Harbour Bridge
Sydney Harbour Bridge
Under sydney bridge
Under sydney bridge
Waterfall Australia
Waterfall Australia
Webb bridge Melbourne
Webb bridge Melbourne
Blue Mountains Waterfall
Blue Mountains Waterfall
Crosstown Traffic Melbourne
Crosstown Traffic Melbourne

Mayfield Lavender Fields Banstead Surrey near South London

Mayfield Lavender Fields a 25-acre commercial site in Croydon Lane called Mayfield, is popular with tourists. This area was once famous as the Lavender Capital of the World”. From the 18th to the early 20th centuries the North Downs of Surrey, with its chalky free-draining soil, ideal for lavender growing, were at the centre of worldwide production of lavender. It was a very prosperous part of the local agriculture. Blue fields could be seen all over Mitcham, Croydon, Wallington, Banstead, Carshalton and Sutton.

Address: 1 Carshalton Rd, Banstead SM7 3JA

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Mayfield Lavender
Mayfield Lavender
Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields

Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields

Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields

Mayfield Lavender Fields
Mayfield Lavender Fields

Creepy abandoned theme park with roller coaster, ghost train, water slide | Abandoned UK

Camelot Theme Park is an abandoned resort and theme park located in the English county of Lancashire. The park’s theme was the well known legend of Camelot, and the park decor incorporated pseudo medieval elements. It was located on a 140-acre (0.57 km2; 0.22 sq mi) site near the village of Charnock Richard, 3 miles (4.8 km) west of Chorley.

One of the rollercoasters can be seen from the M6 near the Charnock Richard Services. The site was owned by The Story Group, and was operated by Knights Leisure. The park featured many rides, taking a target audience of families and younger children, however the park also boasted numerous thrill rides and roller coasters, including Whirlwind (a Maurer Söhne spinning coaster), Knightmare and Excalibur.

The park was featured in a 1994 episode of Sooty & Co., in which presenter Matthew Corbett takes Sooty, Sweep and Soo there. During the season of 2012, Camelot suddenly announced that they would not be reopening for the season of 2013.

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Abandoned theme park
Abandoned theme park
Abandoned theme park
Abandoned theme park

Abandoned theme park
Abandoned theme park
Abandoned theme park
Abandoned theme park
Abandoned theme park
Abandoned theme park
Abandoned theme park
Abandoned theme park

Abandoned theme park
Abandoned theme park
Abandoned theme park
Abandoned theme park
Abandoned theme park
Abandoned theme park
Abandoned theme park
Abandoned theme park

Abandoned theme park
Abandoned theme park
Abandoned theme park
Abandoned theme park
Abandoned theme park
Abandoned theme park
Abandoned theme park
Abandoned theme park
Abandoned theme park
Abandoned theme park

The Devils Pulpit outlander location Finnich Glen Glasgow 70ft deep Gorge

Location Devils Pulpit Address: A809, Dumgoyne, Glasgow Postcode G63 9QL

Finnich Glen in Stirlingshire, is a short, steep glen up to 70 ft deep which runs east from Finnich Bridge on the A809. It was carved from the red sandstone by the Carnock Burn.

It features a circular rock known as the Devil’s Pulpit and a steep staircase knows as the Devil’s Steps, build around 1860.

The Devil’s Pulpit is a a short 70ft steep Glen near Drymen. Although many consider it a ‘hidden gem’, it’s really easy to get to and can easily be done on a boring Sunday afternoon. Why not get out and about, explore?!

The Devil’s Pulpit is not only great for a little walk/exploration, but it also holds a bit of Scottish history and culture. Legend has it that it was the meeting place of the ancient Druids and somewhere where Satan himself preached to the monks.

The truth forcing spring scenes in episode 6 of Outlander were filmed at Finnich Glen, The Devil’s Pulpit.

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Devils Pulpit
Devils Pulpit
Devils Pulpit
Devils Pulpit

Devils Pulpit
Devils Pulpit
Devils Pulpit
Devils Pulpit
Devils Pulpit
Devils Pulpit
Devils Pulpit
Devils Pulpit

Devils Pulpit
Devils Pulpit

Abandoned places Lincoln County Looney Bin Abandoned St Johns hospital

The Lincolnshire County Lunatic Asylum. The Asylum was built in 1852. The hospital was set in grounds of 120 acres which included gardens, farmland and a burial ground. Administration of the hospital passed to the National Health Service in 1948. By the early 1960s it was known by its final name of St John’s Hospital. St John’s Hospital itself was closed in December 1989.

Abandoned places in the UK Lincoln County St Johns hospital the looney bin haunted mental asylum.

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Lincoln Asylum
Lincoln Asylum
Lincoln Asylum
Lincoln Asylum

Lincoln Asylum
Lincoln Asylum
Lincoln Asylum
Lincoln Asylum
Lincoln Asylum
Lincoln Asylum
Lincoln Asylum
Lincoln Asylum

Lincoln Asylum
Lincoln Asylum
Lincoln Asylum
Lincoln Asylum
Lincoln Asylum
Lincoln Asylum
Lincoln Asylum
Lincoln Asylum

Lincoln Asylum
Lincoln Asylum
Lincoln Asylum
Lincoln Asylum

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