Exploring up and down the cobbled hill-town of Frigiliana, Spain.
Not a bad view for a quick break on Mam Tor.
Hiking along the ridge.
On top of the Pennines, an amazing viewpoint.
Like a game of Jenga, the rock formations at El Torcal, Andalucia.
You never know what lies beyond the wall so just keep exploring.
While in the Andalucia region of Spain last month I visited El Torcal, not your typical destination in southern Spain but certainly one of the most awe-inspiring. When we arrived […]
Amazing sights of stones at El Torcal, Spain.
Wild-camping nestled in the hills.
The sun was shining through the windows of my kitchen, Wimbledon was on in the background and my girlfriend Alice and I were sat down with a lovely cup of […]
Photograph taken whilst walking down the canal of a lock, experimenting with different exposures and ISO settings on my new camera.
The mossy stone wall of the aqueduct in Marple that has been standing for 214 years.
Wild horses grazing in Port Meadow, Oxford
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