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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 →

British Churches, Chapels & Crosses

In this the latest instalment of a look at the British landscape I thought we would have something totally different. British Churches, Chapels and Crosses but set within the landscape. Some of these are located in stunning locations and having… Continue Reading →

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