The Lake District national park is a beautiful landscape of great variety. An all-year-round destination, but especially good in autumn when the wealth of trees turn golden and red.
Many people might think of Ogwen, Idwal and the Llanberis Pass when they think of Snowdonia but the mountains and hills of North Wales cover a huge area of diverse terrain. On some of these ranges, such as the Rhinogs or Arans, you might barely see another soul in a full day’s walking.
When the world turns grey I switch to black and white mode. This creates a different mood altogether.
I always love visiting the seaside. England and Wales have, in my opinion, some of the most beautiful beaches in the world.
I always carry my camera when I go away and some of my most popular pictures were taken when I least expected to get them.
Cheshire is usually considered a county of plains but a significant amount of the western Peak District is in Cheshire. The woods of Alderley Edge are a prime autumn location.
More gentle and less mountainous than Cumbria or North Wales, the Yorkshire Dales landscape is, as much as anywhere else, typically English. Miles upon miles of dry stone walls dotted with stone barns of perfect architectural proportions.