With 2019 marking the 70th Anniversary of the National Parks in England and Wales, there has never been a better time to encourage you all to go and explore these beautiful and protected areas of the British landscape just as I have done over the years. Before I share with you some of my images from…Details
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Earlier in the year, I was approached by the South West Coast Path Association to see if I was prepared to let them use one of my photos to promote their work as the charity that protects the Path. They had seen my “Rollercoaster” – Reedy Cliff photo on the #AroundtheUKin365Photos project which I have been sharing every day on my…Details
April’s Peak District trip included the longest walk yet although that was not my original intention when I was looking for a destination. Even so, it proved to be very enjoyable if somewhat tiring. The original objective of the walk was to reach the summit of Shutlingsloe otherwise known as The Matterhorn of Cheshire but whilst planning the walk I managed to…Details
This is the third of the monthly series of one of my 2019 landscape photography projects in my local national park, the Peak District. This time I visited Curbar, Froggatt and White Edges in the southern part of the Peak District Eastern Moors and Edges. If you want to catch up on the first two visits just follow “Peaks of…Details
Following on from January’s “Peaks of Perfection – Chrome and Parkhouse Hills” photo trip I have continued with one of my 2019 projects of visiting my closest National Park – the Peak District once a month. My February trip saw me visiting Shining Tor a prominent summit between the towns of Buxton and Macclesfield, lying on the border between Derbyshire and…Details
Back in 2014, I visited what is sometimes know as Scotland’s Riveria and you can read all about it in Scotland’s Secret South – Galloway Coast and Hills. This is a follow up to that post travelling further west to Scotland’s Glorious Galloway. Scotland’s Glorious Galloway One of the locations I stopped at was the wonderfully…Details