Tag Archives: Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

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Cornwall AONB – A Diamond Landscape

The Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is celebrating its Diamond Anniversary.  It’s 60 years since the twelve sections that make up the Cornwall AONB were first designated in 1959. The AONB contains some of […]

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South West Coast Path Association Promotional Banner

Earlier in the year I was approached by the South West Coast Path Association to see if I was prepared to let them use one of my photos to promote their work as the charity that protects the […]

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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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National Tree Week – Celebrating British Trees

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 […]

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Exploring Glorious Gower

The wonderful and varied landscape of the Gower Peninsula was, in 1956, the first place in Britain to be designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and is one of only five within Wales.  […]

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Favourite Ten from Ten Years on the Road

It’s that time of year again when most photographers share their favourite images from the past year but disappointingly I haven’t got any images to share because for the first time for many years for […]

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Print of the Month – April 2017

At the foot of Yr Eifl, the tallest hills on the Llyn Peninsula in North Wales lies the village of Trefor, which owes its very existence to the quarries on the hills above it.  Granite […]

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