Those of you who have read my Looking Back on 2018, Looking Forward to 2019 post will know that within my plans for 2019 I intended to have one photo day trip a month to a different location within the Peak District National Park. Well, I am pleased to say that I have made a…Details
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Some of you may have had the opportunity to read my Looking Back on 2018, Looking Forward to 2019 post and if so you will have seen that one of the projects I have set myself for this year is to post a different photo from my UK portfolio on each day of the year on…Details
Before I start looking back on 2018 can I start by wishing everyone a Happy New Year and many thanks for continuing to follow my photographic journey for another year? Looking Back on 2018 Looking back on 2018 it was the second year in a row that for many reasons my photography has taken a…Details
During my research for photo trips, I often come across locations that have been used on a movie set. Whilst I have never visited a location for that reason I always find it fascinating to look back on these locations which can be so peaceful when I visit and try to visualise that for a…Details
Permanently damaged landscapes are not something I want to be writing about but with England’s coastal landscape changing at a rapid rate, not just because of the normal coastal erosion but through an increase in the number of landslides caused by consistent heavy rain it is important that those changes are recorded. So here are just a few…Details
This week here in the UK is National Tree Week and it gave me the idea for this post. Rather than show trees in all their glory in full leaf, I have found in my portfolio some images which show trees at different stages of there lives. Bridestones Moor – North York Moor Where better…Details