Being an island the British people and its history have a strong connection to the sea and on my trips around the country, I often come across some wonderful opportunities to capture images of Britain’s historic harbours dotted around the coast. I am going to take you to four such harbours none of which are…Details
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For those of you who may have read about my trip to the Northumberland National Park, you will be aware that from there I travelled into Scotland’s Beautiful Borders for a few days. My original intention was to stay in the more central location of Melrose but due to the lack of availability of space…Details
Earlier this year the Northumberland National Park celebrated 60 years since the formation and as the only National Park, I have not spent any time exploring I was determined to visit this year. Northumberland is known as England’s Secret Kingdom and it’s National Park is situated to the west of the county, sandwiched between Scotland…Details
When I decided on standing with stones as a subject for this article I was surprised to find that I had not previously covered these wonderful megalithic objects that bring a mysterious dimension to the landscape. Britain is littered with the remains of past lives, civilisations and cultures, including standing stones many of which remain…Details
It’s time to take another whistle-stop tour of the many varying aspects of the British landscape. During my travels around the British Isles, I am nearly always guaranteed I will find lighthouses often sighted in spectacular locations. With over a hundred working lighthouses around the mainland including some that are not very accessible there are…Details
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 many of the beaches merge into one another to create continuous stretches of sand, providing…Details