Glenn Birks: Pushing up daisies!
Glenn Birks: Walk along the cliff top edge at Dunstanburgh Castle Northumberland Walk 205
Glenn Birks: From a distance Dunstanburgh Castle Northumberland Walk 205
Glenn Birks: Dunstanburgh Castle Nothumberland Walk 205
Glenn Birks: Road to ruin! Dunstanburgh Castle Northumberland Walk 205
Glenn Birks: Lets go for a paddle! Embleton Bay & Dunstanburgh Castle
Glenn Birks: Embleton Bay Northumberland Walk 205
Glenn Birks: Beehive WW2 pillbox, made from concrete filled sandbags Northumberland Walk 205
Glenn Birks: St Giles Church, Hampton Gay, Oxfordshire Walk 203. In the churchyard there are interesting inscriptions and a memorial commemorating a rail disaster on Christmas Eve of 1874. The train came off the rails and landed in the Oxford canal. 34 people died.
Glenn Birks: Hot seat! Thrupp Marina Oxford canal Oxfordshire Walk 203
Glenn Birks: Hampton Gay. Fire, bankruptcy and even a curse that at the end of the nineteenth century brought about the abandonment of this pretty riverside settlement. Oxfordshire. Walk 203
Glenn Birks: Boating on the Thames Stanton Harcourt Oxfordshire Walk 204
Glenn Birks: Bouquet
Glenn Birks: So lonely! Llantysilio Mountain Rhewl Clwyd North Wales Walk 202
Glenn Birks: Scary Sheep Llantysilio Mountain Rhewl Clwyd North Wales Walk 202
Glenn Birks: Great idea lets have a swim! Ynyslas beach Mid Wales walk 201
Glenn Birks: Afon Leri (English River Leri) The river once flowed into Cardigan Bay at Aberleri, to the south of Ynyslas. In 1824 its route was diverted to provide a harbour for the local shipbuilding industry. Walk 201
Glenn Birks: Looking towards Aberdovey Mid Wales. Walk 201
Glenn Birks: Sand dunes on Ynyslas beach Mid Wales. At the start of some BBC 1 programmes it shows people flying kites on sand dunes and this was filmed at Ynyslas. Walk 201
Glenn Birks: Ynyslas beach Mid Wales At low tide the remains of an ancient submerged forest with stumps of petrified oak, pine, birch, willow and hazel are exposed on the beach. Walk 201
Glenn Birks: The morning after!
Glenn Birks: Wow! look at that! It's got to be worth a pint when I get back down!!! Ben Nevis Scotland
Glenn Birks: On the way back down the views start to open up! Ben Nevis Scotland
Glenn Birks: 4 hours 10 minutes later finaly made it to the top of Great Britain 4411ft. Completed all 3 peaks now Ben Nevis, Snowdon & Scafell Pike :)
Glenn Birks: We start to enter the clouds of Ben Nevis Scotland
Glenn Birks: The long slog continues up Ben Nevis Scotland
Glenn Birks: Early stage of the walk up Ben Nevis Scotland
Glenn Birks: Loch Etive Argyll and Bute Scotland
Glenn Birks: Glen Etive Highlands Scotland
Glenn Birks: Waterfall of Glen Etive Highlands Scotland