Glenn Gibson's photos with the reflections

Bamburgh Castle

Bamburgh Castle
Bamburgh Castle is an imposing Castle located on the coast at Bamburgh in Northumberland, Northern England.
It is a Grade I listed building.
It was known to native Britons as Din Guardi and was the capital of the British Kingdom of Bryneich from the re…
Added on March  7, 2014

A Canny Garden

A Canny Garden
Castle Howard is a stately home in North Yorkshire, England, 15 miles north of York.
One of the grandest private residences in Britain, most of it was built between 1699 and 1712 for the 3rd Earl of Carlisle, to a design by Sir John Vanbrugh. It is not…
Added on November 26, 2013

Dunstanburgh Castle

Dunstanburgh Castle
Owned by the National Trust and in the care of English Heritage.
Dunstanburgh Castle is the largest Castle in Northumberland.
It lies on a spectacular, and very special headland on the coast of Northumberland, Northern England.
Situated between the vill…
Added on November 25, 2013

Buttermere at Dawn

Buttermere at Dawn
Buttermere is a lake in the North-West of the English Lake District.
It is 1¼ miles long by ¼ mile wide, and is 75 feet deep.
It has an elevation above sea level of 329 feet.
A place of considerable scenic value, it is situated towards the head of the…
Added on November 17, 2013

Kielder Gold

Kielder Gold
Officially the most tranquil place in England,
Kielder Water is the largest man-made Reservoir in the United Kingdom.
Situated in Northumberland,
It is surrounded by Kielder Forest, the largest man-made woodland in Europe.
Added on November 16, 2013

Kielder Yacht Club Northumberland

Kielder  Yacht Club Northumberland
Kielder Reservoir is a large man-made lake in Northumberland, Northern England.
It was constructed between 1975 and 1981, and holds 200 billion litres of water.
This massive body of water has a shoreline of almost 30miles.
Its also the most Chilling of…
Added on November 16, 2013

Ringed Teal

Ringed Teal
The Ringed Teal breeds in north-west Argentina and Paraguay, also occurring in Bolivia, Brazil and Uruguay. Their habitats include tropical, swampy forests and marshy clearings in well-wooded lowlands, as well as secluded pools and small streams.
These t…
Added on November 11, 2013

Hadrians Mirror

Hadrians Mirror
This is a view of Cawfields Quarry, which is situated in Northumberland,North East England.
Hadrians Wall is built over the top of it.
Hadrians Wall or (The Roman Wall) , was once part of the Roman Empire.
The Wall marked the Northern lines in Britain a…
Added on November  9, 2013

Cawfields

Cawfields
This is a view of Cawfields Quarry, which is situated in Northumberland,North East England.
Hadrians Wall is built over the top of it.
Hadrians Wall or (The Roman Wall) , was once part of the Roman Empire.
The Wall marked the Northern lines in Britain a…
Added on November  9, 2013

Windermere

Windermere
The word "Windermere" translates as "Vinandr's lake", from the Old Norse name Vinandr and Old English mere, meaning lake.
The lake contains 18 islands.
By far the largest is the privately owned Belle Isle .
Consisting of some 40 acres, and lying opposite…
Added on August 23, 2013

Lake Windermere or Is it ?

Lake Windermere or Is it ?
Known as "Winander Mere" or "Winandermere" until at least the nineteenth century.
Its official name is Windermere, and not "Lake Windermere" .
The only body of water in the National Park with "Lake" in its name is Bassenthwaite Lake.
Windermere ha…
Added on August 23, 2013

The Fishermans Lodge

The Fishermans Lodge
Jesmond Dene is a public park in the East end of Newcastle upon Tyne, England.
It is only a couple of miles from the city centre.
The park was first laid out by William George Armstrong during the 1860s.
Added on August 23, 2013

Panno of Sunrise over St Marys Lighthouse

Panno of Sunrise over St Marys Lighthouse
St. Mary's Lighthouse is situated on St. Mary's Island, just North of Whitley Bay on the Coast of North East England.
During the 19th century there was an Inn, known as the 'Square and Compass', run by a Mr George Ewen.
In 1895, after complaints about…
Added on August 23, 2013

Water Color

Water Color
The Gateshead Millennium Bridge or (Blinking Eye) is a pedestrian and cyclist tilt bridge spanning the River Tyne.
The Tyne runs between Newcastle upon Tyne and Gateshead.
The bridge weighs 850 tonnes, and was lifted into place in one piece by the Asian H…
Added on August 18, 2013

Tyne Gold

Tyne Gold
The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art (BALTIC) is an international centre for contemporary Art.
It is located in Gateshead, North East England.
It presents a constantly changing programme of exhibitions and events, and is a world leader in the presenta…
Added on August 18, 2013

Magpie

Magpie
The Gateshead Millennium Bridge or (Blinking Eye) is a pedestrian and cyclist tilt bridge spanning the River Tyne.
The Tyne runs between Newcastle upon Tyne and Gateshead.
The bridge weighs 850 tonnes, and was lifted into place in one piece by the Asian H…
Added on August 18, 2013

Big River

Big River
A view of the Tyne Bridge, on the Gateshead side of the River Tyne.
I took this photo, just a day or so after the Tux 2, (a floating nightclub), had been taken away.
To the right is the Sage Centre, and in the distance is the millenium Bridge.
Added on August 18, 2013

Its Grim up North

Its Grim up North
The Gateshead Millennium Bridge or (Blinking Eye) is a pedestrian and cyclist tilt bridge spanning the River Tyne.
The Tyne runs between Newcastle upon Tyne and Gateshead.
The bridge weighs 850 tonnes, and was lifted into place in one piece by the Asian H…
Added on August 18, 2013