These photographs were taken on the east coast of Norfolk, England, mostly at Horsey. Grey Seals Halichoerus grypus are the more common of the two seal species that live around Britain; the other species being the Common Seal Phoca vitulina. About 50% of the world’s Grey Seals live around Britain’s coasts.
The landscape photographs were taken around the Ladybower Reservoir and on the Chatsworth Estate in Derbyshire. The Dipper Cinclus cinclus photos were taken at Lathkill Dale. Dippers are predominantly found in fast-flowing rivers in the uplands and Lathkill Dale is one of the best places to see this wonderful species. The
The photographs in this gallery were taken during trips to the Shiant Isles. The Shiants are a group of stunningly beautiful islands located in the Minch in the Outer Hebrides, in northwest Scotland (12 miles north of Skye and five miles east of Harris). Uninhabited by humans, in the summer, they are
The photographs in this gallery were all taken in Cumbria, in northwest England. The first two are of Ullswater on a stunningly calm day. Along the coast, the first image is looking across the Solway towards Scotland taken from Silloth, whilst the second is looking towards Robin Rigg offshore wind
The photographs in this gallery were taken during multiple trips to the Isle of Mull in Scotland. The first two images are of Glen Coe, taken on route to the island. The other photographs are of Loch Na Keal, Glen More, Ardlanish Beach, Uisken Bay, a funky tree at Loch
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