Doesn’t time fly !! Yet again it is a number of months since I posted one of my British Landscapes series of articles for which I can only apologise and I will try to make sure it is not as long till the next one. Lakes of Snowdonia One of the areas I know particularly…Details
Welcome to my blog and latest news where I hope to keep you up to date on photos trips, new images, offers and other items of interest around the British Isles landscape.
For those who have seen my Pembrokeshire – Peninsula of Peninsulas review, you will know I intended to finish the trip with a short visit to the Glamorgan Heritage Coast. On what I understand to be the warmest day of the year I left Pembrokeshire and headed to Laugharne, Carmarthenshire and I was pleased to…Details
Noticing that my portfolio for Wales was in need of some new additions I decided to revisit the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park having not been there since 2007. Although I would love to walk the coastal path route of 186 miles, 58 beaches, 14 harbours and countless wave-lashed cliffs with 35,000 feet of ups and…Details
Its a couple of months now since Part 2 of British Churches, Chapels and Crosses was published so let’s take a took at these final few images on this subject, at least for the time being. Churches and Crosses Isle of Islay To start with I am recalling some images from my trip to the…Details
A couple of months back I posted about the Outer Hebrides so this time it’s the inner Hebrides turn. They are separated from the Outer Hebrides by The Minch to the north and the Sea of the Hebrides to the south. The Inner Hebrides are split into two areas being those that lie north and…Details
My post from October last year on Churches, Chapels and Crosses seemed to be quite popular so I thought we should take another look at some more, predominantly from Scotland but we also visit EastAnglia and the North York Moors. Essex We’ll start off in East Anglia and St Peter’s Church on the Wall reputed…Details