I didn't take many myself - I wasn't really on a sightseeing trip, the weather was rubbish for most of it, and pics of roads and bikes leaning against signposts aren't very exciting. But here's some of the ones I did take (or had taken with my camera)
Land's End (note silly hair caused by headband)
Perranporth (first stop):
First thing in the morning, Day 2. It rained for 5 hours more after this:
Tintern Abbey (in a thunderstorm - there are pics below taken by M of me wandering off to take this pic)
Morecambe Bay, at sunset:
Getting to Scotland:
My bike, after I came off:
The road ahead is a cycle path, the one across is a side road. The car I was trying to avoid (and succeeded) came from the right, and stopped to the right of this shot, as I stopped before the road. The main road down to Dumfries is, luckily, only about 50 yards ahead.
Young boys march in Larkhall:
What you can't quite see is the t-shirt of the guy on the left, which says 'No Surrender', as did the motto on the drum. Nice.
Dunkeld. This was the most beautiful place I went to on my trip, although I don't think I captured it in my pic.
The light, in early evening, was perfect to illuminate this meadow of bluebells, but again, very hard to show it:
For those of you who like pictures of bikes and road signs:
Or just road signs:
And the end: