Amelia Heath's photos

  • Malus fruit

    Monday Macro: Fruits, from yellow till red.

  • Autumn sunshine

    Good Day Sunshine - The Beatles

  • Chirk Castle. Lucchesi Bronze Nymph

    Andrea Carlo Lucchesi (1860 – 1924) was an Anglo-Italian sculptor born in London, whose father, from Tuscany, was a sculptor before him. Lucchesi trained at the West London School of Art and then at the Royal Academy. He started exhibiting in 1881. Lucche…

  • Wilfred Owen. Born: 18 March 1893, Oswestry. Died: 4 November 1918, Sambre–Oise Canal, France

    . PiP 2 shows Owen's original jottings for the poem. Owen did not glamorize war and, in my opinion, was one of the best WW1 poets. Benjamin Britten's War Requiem contains quite a few of Owen's poems, and the music can be brutal to the ear. Britte…

  • Prevention

  • Shrewsbury weir.

  • St Fagans

    St Fagans has a special place in the hearts of the people of Wales. It first opened its gates to the public on 1 July 1948. This was the UK’s first national open air museum. It was radical in its day because it reflected the everyday lives of ordinary peo…

  • Dundee at sunset

  • Broughty Ferry sunset

  • Deconstructed Autumn

  • Amanita Muscaria

    Autumnal orange for The Sunday Challenge. VIVALDI "The Four Seasons" - Autumn

  • HFF and good weekend everyone

  • Broughty Ferry Beach

  • V&A looking towards Port of Dundee

    I think that these strips visible in the photo are electrified in order to deter birds, mainly gulls and pigeons from roosting on the architecture of the V&A in Dundee. Apparently there is also a sonic emitter in the archway to deter birds as well.

  • The Auld Tram

    Dundee 2 was constructed by the Milnes Company in Birkenhead during the late 19th century and after ending its service days when the Dundee tram system was electrified the body was sold on for re-use. The car was later rescued but sustained severe fire d…

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