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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 →

Lonely Planet puts England in 2020 top countries

Lonely Planet Lonely Planet was founded by married couple Maureen and Tony Wheeler. In 1972, they embarked on an overland trip through Europe and Asia to Australia, following the route of the Oxford and Cambridge Far Eastern Expedition. The company name originates from… Continue Reading →

Celebrating 70 Years of National Parks

With 2019 marking the 70th Anniversary of the National Parks in England and Wales, there has never been a better time to encourage you all to go and explore these beautiful and protected areas of the British landscape just as… 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 →

British Art in the Landscape

Throughout my travels, I have seen plenty of “British Art in the landscape” but for now, I am going to stick with the relatively modern man-made ones. They can take on many forms and be interpreted in many ways some… 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 →

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