Category Photo Trips

Britain’s Stunning Solitary Trees

No matter where you live, you have seen one – solitary trees that is. And I’m betting when you did, you allowed your gaze to linger for a while. If you are a photographer, you may even have pulled over… Continue Reading →

Extraordinary Parys Mountain

The Copper Kingdom Centre tells the story of the discovery of copper at Parys Mountain (Mynydd Parys) which is located south of the town of Amlwch in north east Anglesey, Wales. The history has left a colourful lunar landscape at the… Continue Reading →

Magnificent Malhamdale

Whilst all my plans for photo trips this year have been postponed I did manage to take a couple of day trips the first one of which was to Malhamdale at the southern base of the Yorkshire Dales National Park…. Continue Reading →

“Snowdonia 360” Launched

March 2020 sees the launch of a new tourist route in the British Isles this time in Wales with the “Snowdonia 360” which applies a similar concept to the North Coast 500 which I completed in Autumn 2016. I also… Continue Reading →

Wild Atlantic Way – Intimate Landscapes

For those of you who follow my work you may be familiar with my “Intimate Landscapes Collection” and if not, by all means, follow the link. Intimate Landscapes came about as a result of seeking alternative ways to record the… Continue Reading →

Wild Atlantic Way – Kerry and Cork

Leaving Galway and Clare behind I started the final leg of the Wild Atlantic Way travelling first through County Kerry and finally County Cork. County Kerry Having crossed the Shannon and before arriving at my two night stay on the… Continue Reading →

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