Yearly Archives: 2013


USA National Parks Road Trip – Part 2

Two months have past since we returned from our trip, the early part of which you may have read about in Part 1. For those of you who are familiar with the first part, you […]

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Print of the Month – December 2013

This month we are returning to the Lake District and the Kentmere Valley with an image that is not stereotypical of those of the Lakes.  This image was captured a couple of years ago on […]

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Love Your National Parks Tweet-a-thon Tuesday 26 November

Earlier this year National Parks England, alongside Defra, launched the ‘Love Your National Parks’ celebration. The initiative welcomes everyone to celebrate all that England’s 10 National Parks have to offer and aims to boost the […]

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Print of the Month – November 2013

Somewhat later than usual for Print of the Month but very appropriate for the time of year.  The image was captured a few years back on one of my trips to Scotland and in particular […]

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USA National Parks Road Trip – Part 1

Surprised you may be that I am writing about a trip to the USA when the website is called British Landscapes Photography but they say “a change is as good as a rest” so hopefully […]

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Print of the Month – October 2013

For October’s Print of the Month we are in Wales on the Royal Isle of Anglesey at Aberffraw.  Although the “Royals” will be shortly leaving the island what they can’t take away is the wonderful […]

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Yorkshire named Europe’s Leading Destination

Can you believe it, Yorkshire, England’s largest county has overcome competition from Berlin, London and Madrid to land the title of Europe’s Leading Destination.  The region was awarded the accolade at the annual World Travel […]

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Print of the Month – September 2013

This month’s print is from the Lake District captured on my one and only photo trip to the area.  The place is Satura Crag which I am sure many will not have even heard of.  […]

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