Not sure about Stonehenge being included though...
<<< Edinburgh from Calton Hill, Strathclyde, Scotland. >>>
Must be a good camera to get such a clear shot from Strathclyde.
<<< Must be a good camera to get such a clear shot from Strathclyde >>>
Extremely good - the picture is taken from the East end of Princes Street facing west - and Strathclyde is a loooooonnnnnnnggggg way west of that, so the camera has to circumnavigate the globe to get that shot
Just returned from a weekend break in Liverpool, and the view from the Mersey Ferry as you approach the Harbour takes some beating, even with all the cranes!
Is this taken from the programme that was on ITV tonight? I saw some of it. Edinburgh the best of what I saw (obviously biased) but the white cliffs were quite impressive. But Blackpool!!!! No offence but I don't think it ranks amongst the best views in Britain. What about the spectacular highland scenery of Scotland and the amazing remote beaches on the north and west coasts of Scotland.
While these may not be as well known as the likes of Blackpool they are surely more beautiful.
The following programme with Gryff Rhys-Jones showed Glencoe in all it's glory. That would be up there for me.
As an Englishman, the White Cliffs presses my buttons but as I sit here in Dalgety Bay overlooking the Forth with Edinburgh the other side and the Pentland Hills behind it, I voted for Edinburgh.
I love the place!
Agree on Blackpool, seen better days and unlikely to get a vote sadly.
Yes dicanio those were the sorts of views that I was expecting.
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