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 mountain and a delightful, pretty harbour with two museums down in Amlwch Port. There is…Details
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Whilst all my plans for photo trips this year have been postponed I did manage to take a couple of day trips the first one of which was to Malhamdale at the southern base of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. On this trip, I was with my son and grandson. He had spent a few…Details
If you haven’t seen Lost in a Landscape – Sutherland Part 1 can I suggest you take a look back before continuing where you will find more about the background to these articles? Loch Nedd This time the first newly released image is of an abandoned fishing boat A122 at the head of Loch Nedd…Details
In the past, I have written on a few occasions about lighthouses around the British coast including a number in Scotland. On my travels, I keep coming across them in some stunning locations so I thought it was worth sharing others from around the Scottish coast. Dunnet Head Lighthouse Where better to start than Dunnet…Details
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 boats which are not wrecks but just on shore leave pulled up onto the shoreline…Details
Whilst we have all been affected, some more than others, by the coronavirus pandemic fortunately in my case the worst that has happened is that any plans for photo road trips for the foreseeable future have had to be postponed. So instead of getting lost in the landscape in Sutherland the time in lockdown has…Details