Dam Square in Amsterdam painted by George Hendrik Breitner in 1898 and my photo taken in August 2016.
Waterlow Park is a 26-acre park in the south-east of Highgate Village, in north London. It was given to the public by Sydney Waterlow, as "a garden for the gardenless" in 1889.
Iran will keep the same pose.
See Iran Coming Out of the Shadows by Karl Vick and the photographer Newsha Tavakolian.
View of Glasgow in 1840s and 2015
The Edinburgh Castle from Princes Street Garden in 1860s and 2015
A scene from the trailer of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows"
at St Jude’s Church, Hampstead Garden Suburb
My siblings and I on the Haraz Road in the mid 1970s.
Road 77 is an important road from Tehran to northern Iran. The road passes from the valley of Haraz River and is also known as Haraz Road between Amol and Rudehen.
Haraz Road is also the nearest road to Mount Damavand, the highest peak in Iran.
The 2013 photo is by ninara.
Max & I, 2001 & 2014 — at Regent's Park, London.
Detail of a painting View of Florence from San Miniato 1837 by American artist Thomas Cole.
Levers Water, a turn on the Coniston fells 1923 & 2011
A few years ago I bought a watercolour painting by Cuthbert Rigby RA, RWS (1850-1935) titled "Levers Water, a turn on the Coniston Fells 1923". I visited the same spot in 2011.
Cuthbert Rigby was born in Liverpool and initially apprenticed to an architect at the age of 15. He had his first painting accepted by the Royal Academy when he was 25. He was also a book illustrator and published his own book "From Midsummer to Martinmas - A West Cumberland Idyll" in 1891.
Levers Water in Cumbria is a naturally occurring tarn, but was enlarged by a dam in 1717 to provide water and power to the coppermines below. It now supplies water to Coniston and the surrounding villages.
The Walk: Levers Water from Coniston - Length 4 miles
Hampstead Underground station entrance
13 July 1955 by Ben Brooksbank & 8 March 2014 by Mehrdad Aref-Adib
These two oak trees in Hampstead Heath extension are estimated to be approximately 300 years old. The photograph on the left shows the oaks in 1866.
Looking down Highgate Hill, North London 1830s & 2013
View of the High Street, Oxford, by Joseph Mallord William Turner, 1810, The Ashmolean Museum of Art & Archaeology, Oxford
London in stunning hi-res colour then and now!
The beautiful photograph of Sloane Square was taken using Kodachrome film by the Chalmers Butterfield, probably in 1949 and the photo I took this afternoon.