Eglwyseg view

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Eglwyseg view

25 Mar 2018 7 12 223
Looking towards the Offa's Dyke Path along the base of the escarpment called 'Worlds End', near the village of Eglwyseg. This spot is only a few miles from the bustling town of Llangollen.

Llangollen, The Panorama walk

25 Mar 2018 3 4 156
Back to my roots, so to speak, with pure landscapes. Here we have a rather cloudy view at the top of the escarpment just above the Panorama walk near Llangollen, Wales. From where I am, I can also see the ruins of the old Castell Dinas Bran but that's another story.

The road to Glencoe

17 Sep 2016 10 15 179
The road to Glen Coe is famous for many different things, not least its fabulous views. Here we are looking South East and witnessing the early morning mist being melted away.

The banks of Loch Moidart

10 Sep 2016 9 10 170
Now and again it is nice to reflect on the ones that got away. Here is one of my 2016 shots from the North West of Scotland along Loch Moidart on our way to Castle Tioram. Always good to see a real landscape now and again.

Shades of Spring

20 Mar 2015 3 8 206
Taken from Birchen Edge, Derbyshire, a reminder after a long Winter that Spring has arrived.

A Teesdale view

29 Jul 2015 3 7 199
As the sun starts to sink and the promise of poor weather shows in the dark clouds, we are reminded again why we take these shots.

HFF - Down to Yeoman Hey

04 May 2018 33 66 257
Looking down from Greenfield reservoir to Yeoman Hey Reservoir, on quite a dull day. This is my usual local walking area. Lee grad filter used to darken already leaden skies. HFF to all, and enjoy your weekend, Herb

Deepest Rockies

16 May 2016 8 14 290
The Rockies between Banff and Lake Louise has many wonders. Here we are near Johnston Canyon. The trees, making a come-back after forest fires add a certain something to the deep ravine river.

Loch Tulla

04 Sep 2016 3 1 115
Taken on the road to Glencoe just of the A82

HFF - A Brotherswater Idyll

29 Jan 2011 67 115 630
Sit back with me here and wonder at how sometimes man's involvement with nature can harmonise so well. Taken on the shores of one of the lesser known lakes: Brotherwater in our Lake District. HFF to all, and enjoy your weekend, Herb

Loweswater calm

29 Oct 2014 6 1 277
One of our 'Lake District' lakes -Loweswater on a calm day like today is a lake of dreams. I am almost afraid to make a sound with the camera in fear of braking this mirror spell. Enjoy!

Copper mines area, near Coniston

22 Feb 2016 3 163
A great walk from the old town of Coniston in the English Lake District brings us up to the area known as 'Copper Mines'. There really were copper mines around here but now alas, holiday cottages take there place. However still a nice bit of landscape even in this poor Winter weather.

Towards Castle Cragg

30 Nov 2016 7 10 196
Taken from the shores of Derwent Water. A scanned print of mine, 2002

Tarn Hows, jewel of the Lake District

13 Feb 2017 10 19 303
The word Tarn is another word for a small lake. We have a few of these here in the Lake District and this is perhaps the most beautiful and also hence the most popular. Its easy to get to with ample near parking and even a wheelchair path that goes all around the lake now. For me, its been quite a few years since I last visited but its charms still hold true. Enjoy

Lake Windermere and Wansfell pike from Wray Castle

13 Feb 2017 9 18 232
It is getting increasing difficult to take pictures around this beautiful lake without tourist being present. Here we see the average weather and the Lakeland fells with a light covering of snow. If you are prepared to get a little cold you can also have a very pleasant cruise around the lake enjoying your hot cup of tea.

The Langdale Pikes from Tarn Hows

13 Feb 2017 5 7 201
A grand long distance view from this small lake (Tarn Hows) where I am standing in our English Lake District. The highest peak here is called 'Pike of Stickle'. Enjoy ps best enjoyed large.

Ullswater, a low look.

14 Feb 2017 7 5 153
Taken from Park Brow foot showing the new boat pier.

An evening tributary walk

14 Apr 2018 12 18 229
Getting back to my usual landscapes here we have a view of the local little tidal river as it flows into the mighty River Seine only a few hundred metres from here. Unfortunately you don't hear the many bird calls here and then again you don't feel the midges biting either :)

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