Results for @tags somerset
Displaying results 1 - 20 of 84 in total

Lake Somerset from Esk Kilkoy Road

Published about 1 month ago by Klaus Mayer

License license

Panoramic views over Lake Somerset from the Esk - Kilkoy Road near Hazeldean. Hazeldean is a small township of around 300<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/lake-somerset-hazeldean-queensland-australia">...(more)</a>

Bossington Beach

Published 8 months ago by Ian Chappel

License license

The NE end of Bossington Beach, just below Hurlstone Point.The current here is so strong that the pebbles have been worn round, almost like marbles -<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/bossington-beach">...(more)</a>

Breached Bossington Beach

Published 8 months ago by Ian Chappel

License license

The shingle ridge at Bossington Beach after heavy rain had increased the river flow to such an extent that the river punched a hole straight t<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/bossington-beach-breach">...(more)</a>

Holes Corner

Published 9 months ago by Ian Chappel

License license

A view of Minehead from the hill to the south (which the majority of residents and visitors rarely see).Taken on the last day of November 2013, a glorious autumn day!

Above Ellicombe Combe

Published 9 months ago by Ian Chappel

License license

Looking down over Minehead, from the top of Ellicombe Combe, on a bright autumn day.

Awesome Autumn

Published 9 months ago by Ian Chappel

License license

A late-November stroll through the golden-leaf-covered woodland paths on the lower slopes of Grabbist, just west of Dunster (Somerset, England) in late autumn.

Brean Down

Published about 1 year ago by Jakub Hruska

License license

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brean_Down

Wellington Monument, Somerset

Published over 1 year ago by brian lee

A front door view of Wellington Monument, on the Blackdown Hill's, Somerset.

Wellington Monument, Somerset

Published over 1 year ago by brian lee

Wellington Monument, Somerset, designed on the Bayonet used in the battle. It was erected to celebrate the Duke of Wellington's victory at the Battle of Waterloo. It is no longer accessible due to falling stones.

The Avon Valley, Flooded

Published almost 2 years ago by John Willetts ARPS

License license

During a brief sunny interlude following days of heavy rain I managed to wade through the watter sodden land to get this panorama of the River Avon between Bath and Bradford-on-Avon.

Hillsborough Gardens - Hillsborough, NJ

Published almost 2 years ago by iMPREPREX

License license

Hillsborough Gardens in Hillsborough, NJ. This was taken on a beautiful day with my crumby camera phone. I used Adobe Photoshop to stitch together <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/another-cool-place">...(more)</a>

The English Countryside

Published about 2 years ago by John Willetts ARPS

License license

This panorama is taken from the dried up bed of the disused Somerset Coal Canal which was constructed in1794 to transport coal from the Somerset c<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/english-countryside">...(more)</a>

Scutt's Bridge

Published about 2 years ago by John Willetts ARPS

License license

For thousands of years before the road network was developed in the 18th Century (Turnpikes); farms, villages and towns were connected by narrow tracks <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/scutts-bridge">...(more)</a>

Tarr Steps. Built By The Devil

Published about 2 years ago by Robert Bilsland

License license

The Tarr Steps, over the river Barle, is the largest example of a clapper bridge. It is 55 meters long over 17 spans. It is mad<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/tarr-steps-somerset-built-by-the-devil">...(more)</a>

Bath, Combe Down. The Community.

Published almost 3 years ago by John Willetts ARPS

License license

Combe Down is a 'panorama literate' village (I wonder why?). This was taken for a Community Christmas Card. We have the councillors, sho<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/bath-combe-down-the-community">...(more)</a>

Bath, Combe Down. Monument Field.

Published almost 3 years ago by John Willetts ARPS

License license

We don't get much snow in Bath - and when it comes, it doesn't stay very long.So when there is a couple of inches of the white stuff, t<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/bath-combe-down-monument-field">...(more)</a>

Bath, Widcombe. Prior Park Cottages.

Published almost 3 years ago by John Willetts ARPS

License license

These delightful, and now very valuable,  houses were built to accommodate the lower classes: servants, shop assistants, factory workers etc.

Bath, Widcombe. The Golden House.

Published almost 3 years ago by John Willetts ARPS

License license

Widcombe Manor has got some fascinating stories. It was the setting for a popular early 20th Century Family Saga, The Golden House. Local entrepeneur,  Jeremy F<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/manor">...(more)</a>

Bath, Widcombe. Hector.

Published almost 3 years ago by John Willetts ARPS

License license

This hillside pasture is less than a mile from Bath City Centre. Hector, the ram, is not a very friendly sheep - as I found to my cost, but he is<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/bath-widcombe-hector">...(more)</a>