Some time ago I wrote about modern man-made art in the landscape and indicated that one day I would take a look at other forms of art in the landscape. Well, today is the day but this time we going to take look at some of our British landscape art which have been captured in…Details
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Some time ago some of you may have seen the great television series on the Hebrides. Those of you who were fortunate enough to have seen it will know that it was a wildlife documentary although the landscape did feature, but not as much as I would have liked, so I thought I would share…Details
There are more National Park birthday celebrations in April than any other month of the year. The Broads Starting on the 1st (no this is not an April Fool ) The Broads in Norfolk was 29 years young. Having had the equivalent status of a national park since 1989 it was not included in its…Details
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 are classed as Natural and two of those are in Overseas Territories. The first was…Details
In 2018 Wales is celebrating its outstanding coastline. This is the “Year of the Sea”. The 870-mile Wales Coast Path runs the whole length of the coastline: the first continuous coastal path of any country in the world. It passes through seascapes of breath-taking variety, from flat wetlands to towering cliffs, featuring hundreds of harbours,…Details
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 of which can be highly controversial. If I recall correctly I believe only one of…Details