Category Archives: Looking Back

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Celebrating 70 Years of National Parks

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 […]

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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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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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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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Autumn Colours

It’s that time of year again when we can all enjoy those wonderful colours that suddenly appear so I thought I would share with you some of my Autumn images from years gone by.  I’m […]

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Creative Clouds

A few months back I posted about “Radiant Rainbows” which proved to be popular so this time I am hoping to repeat this by sharing with you some images of creative clouds that I have come […]

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Wonderfully Wild Wester Ross

Every so often I look back through my image archives and almost always I come across an image that I have either not processed or not released and that is the case this week.  It […]

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A Stroll on Snowdon

I have just discovered that this article which I wrote almost four years ago has never been published so I am at last taking the opportunity to put this right.  I was visiting North Wales […]

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