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England’s National Parks – Amongst the Most visited in the World

The world’s national parks and nature reserves receive eight billion tourist visitors a year. New research of over 500 of the most visited natural spaces in the world has concluded that five of England’s national parks are in the Top… Continue Reading →

Britain’s Beautiful Lakes, Lochs and Llyns

After the whistle-stop tours of the National Parks, Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Heritage Coasts I thought we should just slow down a while so this time so I am going to share with you some images of the… Continue Reading →

Britain’s Beautiful Breathing Spaces – Part 2

Welcome back for the second instalment of a whistle-stop tour of Britain’s Beautiful Breathing Spaces – National Parks. Having visited Loch Lomond, the Yorkshire Dales, Pembrokeshire, the Norfolk Broads and the South Downs in the first instalment we will now… 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 →

National Parks Week – Photographically Yours

Great to see photography being promoted as one of the many activities to take part in during National Parks Week which runs from 29th July till 4th August. The National Parks website includes a list of their Top 15 favourite… Continue Reading →

The Wild West – North Cornwall

The Atlantic coast of North Cornwall stretches for over seventy miles along a wildly beautiful landscape where towns and villages huddle in the cliffs for protection against the sea.  Its 5 years since my last visit to Cornwall and on… Continue Reading →

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