Non-Astronomical Gallery

Here are some images I've taken that I also think look pretty.
Looking over the Staffordshire countryside on a cold January afternoon.
Looking over the River Tay in Perth on a winter's morning towards Kinnoull Hill.
And looking down the Tay from the Old Bridge.
Misty moorland in Little Glenshee (Perthshire) on a cold, damp winter's afternoon. A good foot-wetting day in the heather. It was actually a lot greyer than this, but I think this colour looks better.
A long exposure of one of the weirs near my parent's quinta in Portugal.
The Sun setting behind the dunes of West Sands in St. Andrews in Fife.
Also on my Chile photos page. Edited to bring out the water droplets and enhance the colours.
Ok. I know it's astronomy related, but I couldn't help putting this one in! It's the moon, it's setting, and it's pretty.
Looking out over the Med through an old anchor.
A butterfly rests in Dalkeith country park.
A German drake gets a bit ruffled.
Fireworks on Guy Fawkes' night in Edinburgh.
Goats crossing the river at my parents' quinta in Portugal.
Towards the end of the 2006 St Andrews Grad Ball - my third!
Waterlillies in the Botanic Gardens in Munster.
The most Portuguese town in Portugal - Monsanto.
The track down from Keele observatory.
An Italian pigeon gets up-close and personal.
Even industrial architecture can be pretty in the right light, like these pipes outside my office.
A Norfolk country signpost. Can't decide a direction? Have a seat instead.
A window in Strasbourg cathedral.