Looking across the beautiful rolling countryside that Wiltshire is so famous for. Snow covered fields with the first light of the day | #jrturnerphotography⠀ _________⠀ Sony a7R III | Sony 24-105mm f4 G⠀ _________⠀ #britainstalent @visitwiltshire @igerswiltshire @osmaps
Today I am drawn to this wonderful peaceful painting by Hilary McFarland. This will be shown as part of the Look and See Group at Kingston Deverill. With venues at #longbridgedeverill#monktondeverill and it will be a popular route from through to
It really is starting to feel like spring is finally around the corner! It’s always a great excuse to declutter and detox your home this time of year. Check out my top tips on my website 👇🏻 https://www.catrionaarcher.com/tips-on-how-to-declutter-and-detox-your-home/ • • • #catrionaarcher#interiorsinbath
🌟Congratulations🌟 I absolutely love this street photography by @robindhinton I have walked this street many times but this photo made me do a double take! I found it quite captivating and for some reason nostalgic.... what do you guys think? • Featured shot chosen by @anoutdooradventure thank you for all of your amazing submissions! 🤙🏼 • We really love looking at all of your creative and beautiful photos so please keep tagging us and you might get featured on the @igerswiltshire page too! Simply tag your photos with #igerswiltshire • Happy exploring gang ✌🏻 #igerswiltshire ...
Am I the only one with a hellebore obsession? Today as I walked to meet up with the team at @plot_kitchen I could practically smell spring in the air. It’s gotta be almost here right? Fingers crossed 🤞🏻 . . . . . . #hellebore#springisintheair
Whistle stop visit to see another inspiring Material Earth exhibition @messumswiltshire - this time the theme is “The Abstracted Vessel”. From left to right: Erna Aaltonen, Amber Zuber’s stretched, ripped and rolled black and terracotta earthenware vessels, @steph_buttle’s “Thrum” series and one of the broken surfaces and jagged apertures of a Taizo Kuroda’s pure white porcelain piece. . . . . . . . . . . . #ceramics#pottery
If you want to see why #salisbury is such a resilient and inspiring place, take a walk down the Maltings to pay a visit to a few of the new businesses that have recently sprung up. Hats, beauty and coffee. What else does one need?! ☕️🎩👒💋 👋🏻 #visitsalisbury
Duck Time 😉🦆 From now till Easter it's the Bradford on Avon Duck Trail. Collect your forms from local businesses including me and collect the names of all participating ducks who have found homes in local shops & cafés #familyfun#entertainingkids
Adam’s Grave, a chambered Neolithic tomb overlooking the Vale of Pewsey in Wiltshire. Walking up there through the swirling mist I saw the moon set and sun rise, and heard my first lark song of the year as a pair of red kites circled over the great burial mound - heavenly!
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On this day in 1895, angered by the apparent ongoing relationship between Oscar Wilde and his son Alfred, Queensberry left a calling card at Wilde's club. Wilde sued for criminal libel. "For Oscar Wilde, posing as Somdomite" --John Douglas, 9th Marquess of Queensberry Learn more about the events with ‘The Scandalous Love Of Oscar Wilde’ on Friday 22nd February at The Athenaeum Theatre, Warminster. #warminster#oscarwilde
Sometimes you've just got to put your hands in the air.. Sometimes it's because you've discovered a view like this one on Friday, other times because you've just made it through another Monday! - 🤙🏻🎉🏆🎉🤙🏻 - 📷: @velotozecheck
We are proud new stockists of the beautiful memory journals @fromyoutome_ltd They are a wonderfully different gift to give and are proving popular! Buy yours now for £16 for Mum, Daughter, Friend, Grandma... 😊 #memory#memories
Lacock Abbey, Wiltshire, UK. The cloisters appeared in several Harry Potter films, as various parts of Hogwarts. Lacock Abbey was founded in the early 13th century by Ela, Countess of Salisbury, as a nunnery of the Augustinian order. #iphone#lacockabbey @lacocknt
Wansdyke, looking east from Tan Hill. The earthwork was dug in the late-5th or 6th century AD, after the end of Roman rule and before the West Saxons and established themselves in Wessex. #revisithistory
Morning everyone, hope you all have a good start to the week. This was a shot taken at the always beautiful Stourhead National Trust on Friday. The visit definitely set @beverley9747 and I up for the weekend. Dogs are welcome at anytime of the day until the end of February, and after 4pm thereafter. So we thought we’d take advantage of the offer to explore as much as possible with Bella 🐕. Have a great day 😀. . . . . . . #ig_countryside #bestukpics ...
I’ve added the lettering to this one now. ‘Sitting under a beech tree in Avebury in the winter sun with James’ - which is @jamesaldridgeart Just that left hand section to consider - I’m thinking maybe an aerial view of the section of the stone circle where that particular beech tree is. #avebury#wiltshire