Tag Isle of Wight

Countryfile Magazine Awards 2020 Uncovered

The BBC Countryfile Magazine Awards 2020 have been voted on by over 17,000 members of the public in celebration of the very best of the British countryside, from national parks, beaches and gardens to nature reserves and outstanding wildlife success… Continue Reading →

England’s Threatened Landscapes

Permanently damaged landscapes are not something I want to be writing about but with England’s coastal landscape changing at a rapid rate, not just because of the normal coastal erosion but through an increase in the number of landslides caused by consistent heavy… Continue Reading →

National Tree Week – Celebrating British Trees

This week here in the UK is National Tree Week and it gave me the idea for this post.  Rather than show trees in all their glory in full leaf I have found in my portfolio some images which show trees… Continue Reading →

Favourite Ten from Ten 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 →

Print of the Month – August 2017

This month we are just off the south coast on England’s largest island, the Isle of Wight at Tennyson Down.   Tennyson Down is a hill at the west end of the island just south of Totland.  It is a… Continue Reading →

Lighthouses around the British Coast – Part 2

As part of my British landscapes series of articles some while ago I took a look at some of the Lighthouses around the British Coast and now it’s time to see more lighthouses that I have visited on my trips… Continue Reading →

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