Category Archives: Photo Trips


Scotland’s Route 66 – North Coast 500 – Applecross to Cape Wrath

Welcome to the second part of my North Coast 500 photo trip starting this time from my overnight stop at Applecross.  If you missed the start of this journey then I suggest you read Part […]

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Scotland’s Route 66 – North Coast 500 – Inverness to Applecross

The North Coast 500 which launched in the Spring of 2015 is a 516-mile scenic route around the north coast of Scotland, starting and ending at Inverness.  The North Coast 500 (Also known as NC500) […]

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Scotland’s Beautiful Borders

For those of you who may have read about my trip to the Northumberland National Park, you will be aware that from there I travelled into the Scottish Borders for a few days.  My original […]

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Northumberland National Park – England’s Most Tranquil Location celebrates 60 years

Earlier this year the Northumberland NationalPark celebrated 60 years since it’s formation and as the only National Park I have not spent any time exploring I was determined to visit this year. Northumberland is known […]

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Bouldering along Derwent Edge – Peak District

Bouldering is a form of rock climbing that is performed without the use of ropes or harnesses but in my case, it’s more about taking a walk with my camera to photograph the landscape on […]

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Dylan’s Laugharne and the Glamorgan Heritage Coast

For those who have seen my Pembrokeshire – Peninsula of Peninsulas review, you will know I intended to finish the trip with a short visit to the Glamorgan Heritage Coast.  On what I understand to […]

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Pembrokeshire – Peninsula of Peninsulas

Noticing that my portfolio for Wales was in need of some new additions I decided to revisit Pembrokeshire having not been there since 2007.   Although I would love to walk the coastal path route […]

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Moray, Aberdeenshire and Cairngorms Intimate Landscapes

In my post  Cairngorms – Granite and Pine I included one of the many Intimate Landscapes I had managed to capture during my trip to Moray, Aberdeenshire and the Cairngorms last Autumn and said that I […]

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