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Astonishing Abandoned Places

Unfortunately, I am still having to find images from the archives for these posts but hoping that I will soon be able to get out and continue my journey around the British Isles even if in the short term they… Continue Reading →

Favourite 10 from 10 Years on the Road

It’s that time of year again when most photographers share their favourite images from the past year but disappointingly I haven’t got any images to share because for the first time for many years for one reason or another I… Continue Reading →

Dungeness – Wild, Weird and Wonderful

Dungeness has a very unusual landscape with one of the largest expanses of shingle in the world at the end of a mile and a half promontory, between New Romney, Lydd and Camber on Romney Marsh in Kent. As well… Continue Reading →

Britain’s Wonderful Wrecks

In the Autumn of last year I published an article on Britain’s Historic Harbours and following on from that I thought it worth taking a look at some of Britain’s wonderful wrecks I have discovered on my journey around the… Continue Reading →

Lighthouses around the British Coast

It’s time to take another whistle-stop tour of the many varying aspects of the British landscape. During my travels around the British Isles, I am nearly always guaranteed I will find lighthouses often sighted in spectacular locations.  With over a… Continue Reading →

England Coast Path – 10 Steps Closer

South Coast Despite being announced in 2008 the England Coast Path still only has one section officially open and that was just over twelve months ago between Portland and Lulworth Cove in Dorset, (including Dancing Ledge shown below). Apart from… Continue Reading →

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