Botany Bay III

This is the northernmost of seven bays in Broadstairs and it features chalk columns carved by the sea on the walls of the cliffs.It is a popular tourist location and has served as location for several films and TV series … Read More

Botany Bay II

This is the northernmost of seven bays in Broadstairs and it features chalk columns carved by the sea on the walls of the cliffs.It is a popular tourist location and has served as location for several films and TV series … Read More

Botany Bay I

This is the northernmost of seven bays in Broadstairs and it features chalk columns carved by the sea on the walls of the cliffs.It is a popular tourist location and has served as location for several films and TV series … Read More

-The Old Weavers House-

This is one of the few medieval buildings that survived the Baedecker Blitz during WWII in Canterbury and it’s supposed to have been built circa the year AD 1500, however, it is known that it was rebuilt in the middle … Read More

Westminster Palace

This is without a doubt the most iconic landmark of the UK and London, it hosts the parliament houses and the world famous clock tower best known as the Big Ben. The first royal palace was built on the site … Read More

The Tower Bridge

This is a combined bascule and suspension bridge in London built in 1886–1894 and it crosses the River Thames close to the Tower of London, which gives it its name, and has become an iconic symbol of London.This is a … Read More

Margate Clock Tower II

This iconic landmark from Margate is located by the end of the Marine Gardens in the seafront. It was designed by Mr Henry Arthur Cheers and it was built between the years 1887 and 1889 to celebrate the golden jubilee … Read More

Margate Clock Tower I

This iconic landmark from Margate is located by the end of the Marine Gardens in the seafront. It was designed by Mr Henry Arthur Cheers and it was built between the years 1887 and 1889 to celebrate the golden jubilee … Read More

York Gate

Grade 2 listed monument from Broadstairs is a portal built in 1540 that still spans Harbour Street and which has became one of the most typical images from this town. It originally held two heavy wooden doors that could be … Read More

Madeira Waterfall

This picture shows the artificial waterfall and its original rustic bridge at the Madeira Walk in Ramsgate. Built in 1892, it consist on a pile of manmade rocks that give the impression of a mountain scene that follow all the … Read More

Richborough Power Station II

These iconic buildings were part of the Thanet landscape years, since 1962 to 2012 when they were demolished in a spectacular explosion that attracted lots of people. If you’re interested in buying this piece or commissioning a similar one, please … Read More

Richborough Power Station I

These iconic buildings were part of the Thanet landscape years, since 1962 to 2012 when they were demolished in a spectacular explosion that attracted lots of people. If you’re interested in buying this piece or commissioning a similar one, please … Read More

Ramsgate Harbour

This the most iconic landmark of Ramsgate: the arches at the harbour, and it’s also one of my favourite places in town, from where you can appreciate why this destination was so popular in the past. The harbour is the … Read More

-Broadstairs-

This piece is inspired on one of John Mace’s railway posters and shows a view of Viking bay and Victoria Gardens in Broadstairs.You can also distinguish the music stand, the harbour and at the back, the location of Bleak House, … Read More

The Wellington Arch

This triumphal arch is an iconic landmark in London, commissioned by King George IV to commemorate Britain’s victory on the Napoleonic Wars, it was built between 1826 and 1830 and is currently located on a traffic island between Hyde Park … Read More

The Quadriga

This famous sculpture by the artist Adrian Jones is located on top of the Wellington Arch, located on a traffic island between Hyde Park and Green Park, behind the Buckingham Palace gardens.The Quadriga replaced the original sculpture of the 1st … Read More

-Dumpton Gap-

This piece shows a very typical view from the Broadstairs entrance to the ‘King George VI Memorial Park’, which links Broadstairs and Ramsgate in Kent. This is by far one of the best spots around these towns to relax and … Read More