Clifford’s Tower, York (North Yorkshire, England) – in late afternoon Autumn sun. Clifford’s Tower was the location of one of the worst anti-Semitic massacres of the Middle Ages (see English Heritage ). In Spring the slopes erupt with the mass blooming of daffodils.
A photo taken from the floor of the amphitheatre in Italica, a Roman town in Santiponce, near Seville. Unfortunately, access around the top of the amphitheatre was restricted so I couldn’t get a view showing the complete oval. A shame, but as the site of Italica was free to access on the day we visited, I was not too disappointed. If you are in the area of Seville, Spain, Italica is well worth a visit. The local people have a fantastic resource in this Roman site.