The Sheraton And Hunstanton Cliffs

Hunstanton

Hunstanton is one of the main resort towns on the North Norfolk Coast, located on the east side of The Wash, about 15 miles north of Kings Lynn.  For the […]

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Ingleton Falls

The Ingleton Falls walk is one of the best known and most popular walks in Yorkshire.  The walk is on private land, and there is an access charge of £6 […]

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Thornham

Thornham is a small village on the north coast of Norfolk, about 3 miles east of Hunstanton.  The main attraction for photographers is Thornham harbour – not a harbour in […]

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Dunham Massey

Dunham Massey

Dunham Massey Hall is a Grade 1 listed building operated by the National Trust.  The Hall was built in 1616, but later remodelled in the 18th Century.   In addition to […]

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The Singing Ringing Tree

The Singing Ringing Tree

The Singing Ringing Tree is a sculpture located above the town of Burnley.  It is one of a series of sculptures know as panopticons situated in prominent positions above Lancashire […]

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Longton Brickcroft

Longton Brickcroft

Longton Brickcroft is a small nature reserve situated in the village of Longton, between Preston and Southport.  The reserve, which is free to visit,  consists of two main pools surrounded […]

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Castlerigg

Castlerigg

Castleigg is one of the best known neolithic stone circles in the UK.  It is located close to Keswick in the northern Lake District, and is overlooked by Skiddaw, Blencathra […]

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Mere Sands Wood

Mere Sands Wood

Mere Sands Wood is a small nature reserve set around several lakes, which is operated by the Lancashire Wildlife Trust.  The area was originally planted with woodland during the mid […]

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The Globe, Knockan Crag

Knockan Crag

Knockan Crag is the site of  a National Nature Reserve due to its importance in the development of modern geology.  In the early 19th century, it was recognised that rocks […]

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Stoer Lighthouse

Stoer Peninsula

The Stoer peninsula is located to the north of Lochinver, jutting into the sea between Enard Bay and Eddrachillis Bay. The two main attractions for photographers are the Stoer Lighthouse […]

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