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Peak District Eastern Moors and Edges

This is the third of the monthly series of one of my 2019 landscape photography projects in my local national park, the Peak District.  If you want to catch up on the first two visits just follow “Peaks of Perfection […]

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Cheshire’s Highest Peak – Shining Tor

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 […]

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Scotland’s Glorious Galloway

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 […]

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Peaks of Perfection – Chrome & Parkhouse Hills

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 […]

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Around the UK in 365 Photos

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 […]

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Looking Back on 2018, Looking Forward to 2019.

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 2018 was the second year in a row […]

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Britain’s Glorious Movie Set

During my research for photo trips I often come across locations that have been used in movie productions.  Whilst I have never visited a location for that reason I always find it fascinating to look […]

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England’s Threatened Landscapes

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 […]

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