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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 →

Northern Ireland – Giant’s Causeway

Up early after yesterday’s drive along the first part of the Causeway Coastal Route as today, I will be visiting the Giant’s Causeway amongst other locations. Giants Causeway It was a beautiful morning so to make the most of it… Continue Reading →

Britain’s Glorious Movie Set

During my research for photo trips, I often come across locations that have been used on a movie set. Whilst I have never visited a location for that reason I always find it fascinating to look back on these locations… Continue Reading →

Dorset – From Castle to Coast

Dorset has a varied landscape featuring broad elevated chalk downs, steep limestone ridges and low-lying clay valleys. ¬†Over half the county is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and three-quarters of its coastline is a World Heritage Site… Continue Reading →

Today is the Day – Lake District

The first National Park in the UK and the first since 2001 the Lake District becomes an official UNESCO World Heritage site. The Lake District landscape… It joins the other 30 United Kingdom World Heritage Sites of which only 4… Continue Reading →

England’s Longest Coastal Path – Part 2

Following on from Part 1 of England’s Longest Coastal Path – the South West Coast Path we cross into Cornwall following the coast along Bude Bay in a series of sandy beaches backed by lofty, crumbling cliffs. At low tide… Continue Reading →

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