Whitby Abbey Ruined Shell standing over Whitby town and harbor on the northeast coast of England. This ruin is infamous for one thing: Dracula's attack on Lucy occurred right here. The vampire spirit still haunts this spooky place.
Archibald Campbell Marquess of Argyll: This reads "beheaded near this cathedral AD 1661, Leader in council and in field for the reformed religion". This is a beautiful tomb in St. Giles Kirk in Edinburgh.
Hadrian's Columns stand only a foot or so tall but they are a few of the remains of Housesteads Roman Fort. A few small flowers grew here and there. They show up well in this black and white photograph.
June 2016: Prebend's Bridge Morning, a silent and peaceful spot along the Wear River. This Durham Bridge is most beautifully seen from one of the lovely walks along the river. Green trees hang over each bank. The stone bridge has three wonderful arches.
Duddo Stone Circle. The Duddo stones are 4000 years old. They have unique vertical scars or grooves. Their purpose is unknown, of course. I loved seeing a stone circle I could have completely to myself with my family. What an enchanting location.