Walking Around Ascott Manor Gardens in Buckinghamshire

Ascott Manor Gardens in Buckinghamshire

The extensive gardens at Ascott Manor in Buckinghamshire, are an attractive mix of the formal and natural with specimen trees, shrubs, and beautiful herbaceous borders. The ‘Old English’ manor house is a black and white half-timber building. The property is owned by the National Trust. Some stills from the video. Filmed with a DJI Osmo … Read more Walking Around Ascott Manor Gardens in Buckinghamshire

Cliveden on a rainy day in June

Cliveden has glorious gardens and woodlands overlooking the River Thames. Even on a rainy day, the estate is beautiful. For more than 300 years Cliveden was home to dukes, earls, viscounts and for a while a prince. The manor house is now a hotel but the extensive grounds are a National Trust property open to … Read more Cliveden on a rainy day in June

The walled garden at Hughenden Manor in June

Hughenden Manor was the country home to Benjamin Disraeli, Queen Victoria’s favourite Prime Minister. The walled garden was built in 1749. It is still productive with fruit trees, vegetable beds, and colourful flower borders. Today it is much more for pleasure than purpose. An ideal place to take a seat and soak up the serene … Read more The walled garden at Hughenden Manor in June

Moggerhanger Park Snowdrop Walk

Moggerhanger Park Snowdrop Walk

We visit Moggerhanger Park, Bedfordshire and stroll through the flower carpeted woodland during their incredibly popular Snowdrop Walk season. Entry to the Park and parking are free. Dogs on a lead are welcome. Visitors can enjoy a coffee, cake or light lunch in the Garden Rooms Cafe before taking a stroll through the Snowdrops. Some … Read more Moggerhanger Park Snowdrop Walk

St. Johann in Tirol ski runs blue 1g & red 5a in 360 degrees

St. Johann in Tirol

Starting from the Harscbichl middle station we ski runs 1g and 5a in St. Johann in Tirol, Austria. The tree-lined runs are shaded from the low morning sun which is glimpsed through the snow-covered trees. The 360 video allows you to choose the direction you want to view. If you are watching on a PC … Read more St. Johann in Tirol ski runs blue 1g & red 5a in 360 degrees

Verulamium Park, St Albans on a frosty morning

Verulamium Park

We walk a circuit of the lake in Verulamium Park, St Albans on a clear frosty morning. Swans, geese, and ducks swim on the partially frozen water. Whilst on the footpath dog walkers, Nordic walkers, and pram pushers enjoy the winter sunshine. The 360 video allows you to choose the direction you want to view. … Read more Verulamium Park, St Albans on a frosty morning

Skiing the Grüne Tauernrunde in Obertauern, Austria

Obertauern, Austria

The Grüne Tauernrunde (green Tauern round) makes a complete circuit of the Austrian ski resort of Obertauern. It takes the skier in an anticlockwise direction visiting 5 of the 7 highest points in the area, ultimately returning to the starting point. The skiing distance is approximately 14 kilometers plus 7 lift rides. Ski lifts and … Read more Skiing the Grüne Tauernrunde in Obertauern, Austria

A Candlelit Christmas at Ham House in Richmond, Surrey, UK

Ham House, Richmond, Surrey

The wonderful splendour of Ham House in Richmond lit by candles. The National Trust re-created the 17th-century Christmas atmosphere with candles and natural greenery filling the house over the festive season. Some stills from the video. Filmed 30 November 2019 with a DJI Osmo Pocket camera. See my camera equipment list at Equipment List.

Paphos – Cyprus promenade walk from Cypria Bay Hotel

Prom walk Cypria Bay

Our walk starts on the promenade outside the Cypria Bay Hotel and finishes outside the Alexander The Great Hotel in Paphos, Cyprus. Hotels we pass on the way: Cypria Maris, Ledra Beach, Athena Beach, Athena Royal Beach, Louis Imperial Beach, Olympic Lagoon Paphos, Amphora and Amavi. Some stills from the video. Filmed October 2019 with … Read more Paphos – Cyprus promenade walk from Cypria Bay Hotel

A stroll around Rousse, Bulgaria city center

Our walk starts near the Rousse State Opera House. We stroll along the tree–lined avenue Sveta Troitza to the Monument of Liberty and surrounding gardens. We pass the drama theatre ‘Sava Ognyanov’ and pause to admire the fountains near the Sweet Centrum. Then we return along the avenue Sveta Troitza. Rousse is sometimes written ‘Ruse’ … Read more A stroll around Rousse, Bulgaria city center

Rock-hewn Churches of Ivanovo in Bulgaria

A group of monolithic churches, chapels and monasteries are hewn out of solid rock, located near the village of Ivanovo, 20 km south of Rousse, inside Rusenski Lom Nature Park. The caves in the region were inhabited by monks from the 1220s to the 17th century, where they hewed cells, churches and chapels out of … Read more Rock-hewn Churches of Ivanovo in Bulgaria

The Iron Gates and Djerdap Locks on the River Danube

Cruise along a particularly scenic stretch of the river, as the Danube passes through the southern stretches of the dramatic Carpathian mountains and the foothills of the Balkans to the ‘Iron Gates’, a gorge formed by sheer cliffs. The passage was infamous in ancient times as the water level was much lower, making navigation treacherous. … Read more The Iron Gates and Djerdap Locks on the River Danube