As this site is to raise money for a Wiltshire based organisation, I thought I should include some images of the county’s landmarks. Here are a few for starters, but if you think there is a landmark that should be included, in return for a donation to Wiltshire Air Ambulance, I will go and take a picture and get it on this site.
Autumn leaves and reflections at Stourhead.
Win Green Copse
Light show in Salisbury Cathedral cloisters.
Salisbury Cathedral from the race plain
The lake at Stourhead
Stonehenge beneath a full moon
Stonehenge in the mist
Salisbury Cathedral bathed in autumn light.
Fovant badges ( in the distance)
Avebury -evening sun and no tourists
Old Wardour Castle on a typical spring day
An hour before sunrise with mist on the ground in mid-June
Sunrise over The Cove at Avebury two days before the summer solstice
There has been a mini version of the London Eye in Salisbury market place which gives a wonderful view of the city.
Every winter Longleat has a festival of light which has thousands of Chinese lanterns. Well worth a visit.
As seen from Harnham Middle Street recreation ground, a ten minute walk from the city centre.
The church stands alone in the middle of the empty expanse of Salisbury Plain.
Imber. Wiltshire’s Ghost Village. Situated in the middle of Salisbury Plain and taken over by the Army in 1943 it has never been returned to the villagers. All that really remains now is the church. Open for one weekend a year.