As always I headed back to Aylesbury, to spend my Birthday with friends & family. It's always good to go back home although it's not the same place I left 6 years ago.
Thanks to everyone who sent me cards, texts & social media messages, you are all stars.
Whilst I was in Aylesbury I decided to test the zoom on my new camera & wondered whether I could capture Wendover Woods that I could see in the distance, from my bedroom window, when I was growing up.
As you can see, when I zoomed in, an old building came into view & we were trying to work out what this building could be.
We decided to venture out, in the same direction that I took the photo & find out what the building was.
as we got nearer I realized that it was a building that I knew very well, but the photo was taken from the back building.
The building was in fact The Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital, which was designed by Florence Nightingale 1832.
Originally designed as an infirmary, it's usage change many times over the years. From 1948 until 1990 it was the towns maternity hospital,In fact I was born there (Hence why I know it very well).
Now, it is a private spinal injury rehabilitation centre.