Taken on a recent photo tour of Iceland I organised.
Very affordable tours of Iceland are available throughout the year. Beachberg
Sunset at Vestrahorn. Perched very precariously on a rock. Vestrahorn
Red Deer Stag. Scottish Highlands. Proud II
Ice cave. Iceland Ice Cave
I did have a similar shot to this from a different angle on my site but there were a couple of things I wasn't happy with, so I've changed it.

The Matterhorn at sunrise under the Harvest moon. -8 degrees at an altitude of 3,000m Matterhorn Sunrise
Sunrise over a beautiful field of Lavender. Lavender
Kirkjufell and the Aurora. Kirkjufell.
Corfe Castle in the early morning mist. Golden Mist Opportunity II
Taken from inside Seljalandsfoss. I waited 24 hours in my car for the light to be right for this shot. Not an easy shot as inside the waterfall it is very windy and like standing in very heavy rain. There is also a huge difference in dynamic range. Seljalandsfoss
The blue water of Brúarfoss. Brúarfoss
Remains of icebergs on the beach at Jökulsárlón, Iceland. Beach Bergs
Another night in Iceland with no sleep. Taken at 02-47 local time. Arnarstapi
A misty afternoon at Hvítserkur, Iceland. I liked the fact the mist completely obscures the horizon. Hvítserkur.
Corfe Castle
St Mary's Lighthouse, St Mary's Island, Whitley Bay. St Mary's Lighthouse
A summers morning under Paignton Pier, Devon, England. Paignton Pier
Carpet of wild garlic (Ramsons) in a Beech tree woodland. Wild Garlic.
Marine Lake. Somerset, England Marine Lake
Duke of Portland boathouse. Ullswater, Lake District, Cumbria, England. In the early morning light. Duke of Portland Boathouse
An image of two photographers in an ice cave, attending one of my Iceland photo tours. 
 Tours are available throughout the year. Photographers at work.
Dudrle Door, Dorset, England. Through the Keyhole in the Door
Red Deer Stag during rutting season. Telling me I've come close enough. 

During rutting season at Richmond park London, stags occasionally attack people and dogs.

Here's a video clip of a Stag chasing a man around a tree. :-) 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_yybqlzjWQ Red Deer Stag
Black Rock Cottage
A very obliging Swan at Salisbury. Salisbury Water Meadows
Studland Studland
The Beginning
Two photographers at a cold and windy Studland. Photographers at work.
Fallow Deer
Beautiful little church surrounded by Lupine. The Church.
A very windy morning at Portland Bill. Just as i took this a huge wave came over the top of the cliff, soaked me and nearly knocked me off. Portland Storm
Elizabeth Tower, Westminster, London. Westminster
Big Sky
Millenium bridge leading to St Paul's Cathedral. Bridge to St Paul's
Spinnaker Tower
Another beautiful sunrise at Corfe Castle. Corfe Castle
Islands in the Mist
Sunset at Durdle Door. Durdle Door
I had a few questions on why the sunflowers are facing east.

The phototropic ones only follow the sun for a period. When the sunflower is growing the stem & material is soft and pliable, the unbloomed bud is light and will follow the sun during this phase. However, when the sunflower blooms the sunflower slowly stops growing, instead putting the energy into the seed head. At this point the rest of the sunflower (stem, etc.) starts to solidify, and will eventually solidify facing in an eastwardly direction and the bloom will no longer follow the sun. So, the phototropic ones do follow the sun but only for a time and once bloomed will eventually "freeze" facing in an eastwardly direction. 
Break the rules
Kirkjufell, north West Iceland. ***
A 6 minute exposure at The Cobb, Lyme Regis, Dorset, England. Corner on the Cobb II
My son Oliver aged 5 on his first landscape outing. The future of photography
Osmington Mills. A different day. Osmington Mills II
Sunset over Hartland Quay. Devon, England. Hartland
Corfe Castle. Golden mist opportunity
Bedruthan Steps Cornwall England Bedruthan Steps
This is my fourth visit to Colmers Hill. Left home at 03-00 to get here in time for the sunrise. Colmers Rise
Light trails on Tower Bridge London. Traffic Lights
Early morning at Colmer's Hill Sentries
Field of sunflowers at sunset. Field of Suns
Salisbury Cathedral from Salisbury water meadows. Salisbury Cathedral
Looking out to the Cuillins in 60mph plus winds and heavy hail. Elgol
Sun rising ithrough the trees in a Bluebell wood. Tree Lines
The Tower of London remembers. Remembrance
Man of War Cove, Jurassic coast Dorset. Magic Number
Buachaille etive mor just after sun up. Bit of a done to death place but if you're in the area........... Buachaille etive mor
The Cobb at sunrise. Corner on the Cobb
The Matterhorn, Switzerland reflected in Riffelsee Lake. Matterhorn Reflection
The Cuiliins from Elgol, Isle of Skye, Scotland. The Cuillins
Happy New Year to you all. Happy New Year!!!!
Loch Etive, Scotland. Loch Etive
Happy Christmas
Summer's Day
Falls at Osmington Mills. Jurassic coast, Dorset, England. Osmington Mills
Selsey Lifeboat Launch. Pier into the Deep II
Taken from Wikipedia

Remembrance Day (also known as Poppy Day, Armistice Day or Veterans Day) is a memorial day observed in Commonwealth countries to remember the members of their armed forces who have died in the line of duty since World War I. This day, or alternative dates, are also recognized as special days for war remembrances in many non-Commonwealth countries. Remembrance Day is observed on 11 November to recall the official end of World War I on that date in 1918; hostilities formally ended "at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month" of 1918 with the German signing of the Armistice ("at the 11th hour" refers to the passing of the 11th hour, or 11:00 a.m.)
The day was specifically dedicated by King George V on 7 November 1919 as a day of remembrance of members of the armed forces who were killed during World War I. This was possibly done upon the suggestion of Edward George Honey to Wellesley Tudor Pole, who established two ceremonial periods of remembrance based on events in 1917.[1]
The red remembrance poppy has become a familiar emblem of Remembrance Day due to the poem "In Flanders Fields". These poppies bloomed across some of the worst battlefields of Flanders in World War I, their brilliant red colour an appropriate symbol for the blood spilled in the war.
Boat crane at Portland Ye Olde Crane
Tower Bridge
Caught out by a wave at Kimmeridge. Wet Feet II
A carpet of Bluebells in the early morning Sun. Morning Blue II
Corfe Castle
Portland lighthouse Bill's House
Pulpit rock Portland Lean on Me
Sentries II
Flower in the Sun
Starry Starry Night
Sunflower field at sunset. Sunflower Sunset
A still evening at Hatchet Pond New Forest Evening Calm
Bodiam Castle
Day of the Harvest
Portland Bill sunrise. Rock of Ages
Glen Etive, Scotland. Glen Etive Reflection
Colmer's Hill Dorset This green and pleasant land
Selsey lifeboat launch. Pier into the Blue
Early morning in a huge poppy field shrouded in mist. Poppies in the Mist
Ultra long exposure achieved by using the glass from a welder's mask, giving about 14 stops of light. Spinnaker Tower.
Sunset at Meon Valley. Field of green.
After sunset at Hatchet pond New Forest England. Evening Peace
A beautiful day to be sat in a river taking photo's. Sitting in the river.
Early morning, looking East at Portland Dorset. Portland Sunrise
Misty sunrise. Colmer's Hill
Sunset on the Jurassic coast. Wet Feet.
Fisherman rowing out to his trawler. Selsey lifeboat launch. Morning glory.
Photographer at work on the Snæfellsnes Peninsula, Iceland. Man on a ledge
Happy face¬ Happy!
I have been to this location a few times and on this occasion I wore some waders and sat in the freezing water for over an hour waiting to get some swans in the right place. Thankfully they came. Morning swim.
Another Place
We Will Remember Them
Corfe Castle. Only an hour from my home. A popular location with photographers. I have lost count of how many times I have walked up this hill in the dark over the years but when the conditions are right, it is one of the most magical places I have been.
It is a location that needs some mist to really set the scene and what I particularly like about this shot is the mist rolling over and conforming with the hills in the distance. Some bright colour in the sky was an added bonus too. Corfe Castle
Best viewed if you screw your nose up and half close your eyes. :-) Failing that just view it on black.

It wasn't the best of nights for seeing the Aurora. It was very hazy and the forecast wasn't good but I decided to try anyway. The hazy sky has obscured most of the stars and created a fair bit of noise in the photo but I was quite pleased with the way the Aurora lined up with Hvítserkur. I was joined by another photographer and fellow 500px member Alban Henderyckx https://500px.com/albanhenderyckxphotography  Nice to meet you Alban. Luckily Alban's English was a lot better than my French. Hvítserkur and the Aurora