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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 →

Extraordinary Parys Mountain

The Copper Kingdom Centre tells the story of the discovery of copper at Parys Mountain (Mynydd Parys) which is located south of the town of Amlwch in north east Anglesey, Wales. The history has left a colourful lunar landscape at the… Continue Reading →

Shore Leave in the UK

In the past, I have written two articles on Britain’s Wonderful Wrecks that I have come across on my photo trips around the British Isles but I suddenly thought that what I hadn’t done was to complete an article featuring… Continue Reading →

Britain’s Beautiful Bridges

Over the years I have written posts featuring “Britain’s Beautiful …….” including Castles and Lochs, Lakes and Llyn’s all featuring locations that I have visited on my travels around the British Isles but despite seeing many beautiful bridges I have… Continue Reading →

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 →

“Snowdonia 360” Launched

March 2020 sees the launch of a new tourist route in the British Isles this time in Wales with the “Snowdonia 360” which applies a similar concept to the North Coast 500 which I completed in Autumn 2016. I also… Continue Reading →

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