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Ruth Fairbrother: Lakeside

Lakeside: Remembering an October morning by Coniston Water  – drifting mists, muffled sounds, and a time for solitary contemplation amidst simple lakeside beauty.  

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Charlotte Gilliatt: Cairngorms

ICM in the Cairngorms.

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Deborah Hughes: River Canyons

Canyon Rims in southern Utah has become my go-to spot for solitude and scenery where rugged perspectives expand the horizons in my head which can dim and flicker in late winter as the weather cycles...

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Lizzie Shepherd: Isle of Bute

A beautifully calm and cold winter’s morning on the Isle of Bute – this is the view from just above Scalpsie beach, looking towards the Isle of Arran and Holy Isle. Although a clear sky is not often...

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Jeanie Lazenby: Bamburgh Castle

Sunset across the bay at Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland. The country was suffering from severe rain and winds but I had booked to go away for the weekend to this area. As it turned out, I was in the...

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Samantha Gibbons: Out of the Mist

Travelling through on a misty morning from Pitlochry to Rannoch Moor we passed the beautiful Loch Tay on route. The Loch is known for its mystical Crannogs from ancient times.  One of which was a...

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Sarah Medway: Crowhurst Ruins

A ruin a few miles away from my home on the Surrey / Kent borders. I’ve wanted to capture the clouds moving in this overhead direction for a while. I find myself gravitating towards long exposure more...

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Fran Halsall: Inch Strand

Inch Strand is a sand spit stretching nearly 5km south from the Dingle Peninsula, on Ireland’s west coast, into Atlantic waters.  The broad bay is especially popular with surfers and the southern shore...

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Helen Dixon: Lands End

It seems a distant memory now, this is one of the many storms to hit landfall winter 2014. Huge waves smashed into the headland near to Sennen, the wind made it difficult to stand up, it was a...

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Mari Owen: Newgale

A winter’s afternoon down on this wonderful beach in Pembrokeshire, and the strong, low pre-sunset light was reflecting not only the wet sand, but in the windows of the hillside houses in the village...

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