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Derek Fogg
Landscape Photographer and Photo Tour Guide. "celebrating the landscape of the British Isles through photography"
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Derek Fogg Apr 23
Such a shame that no one is allowed to enjoy this new initiative but on the bright side it gives all something to look forward to, hopefully sooner rather than later.
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Derek Fogg Mar 28
I hope everyone is safe & well at this extraordinary time in all our lives. Hopefully, the latest blog post will help to provide an opportunity to at least feel that you are getting outside as well as celebrating the 50th birthday of one of our AONB's
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Derek Fogg Mar 11
The has been named the No. 1 Most Scenic Drive in the World by Want to see why just follow my last Summers photo trip
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Derek Fogg Mar 10
Wondering where to go for this year's holiday. What about Scotland? Not sure, I can highly recommend it and this year looks like it could be extra special - my latest post tells you all about it.
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Derek Fogg Mar 1
All happening today with celebrations to my Welsh followers, meteorologically the and not forgetting there's also at least one other celebration in England. Happy Birthday to the our smallest UK National Park.
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Derek Fogg Feb 29
For the first time in four years, can really celebrate its birthday. Created in 1952 it is the only coastal national park of its kind in the British Isles. Many Congratulations
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Derek Fogg Feb 25
Three of the top ten most Instagrammed in the world are apparently here in the UK with even our smallest almost making it in. Want to know more.
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Derek Fogg Feb 14
Happy from at Heddon's Mouth. Just had to share "Rock Heart" from the "Intimate Landscapes" Collection. Plenty more to see at
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Derek Fogg Jan 28
This year, the celebrates 125 years since it was founded. Why not join in with that celebration by supporting the Trust. You can see some of the amazing landscapes that they look after that I have visited at
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Derek Fogg Jan 23
Interesting I have exactly the same shot captured last June. Been trying to establish what the past of use of building was Any idea ?
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Derek Fogg Jan 10
Thank you, Eric. Yes, there is so much to see in the British Isles. Just have to make the effort and you will be well rewarded.
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Derek Fogg Jan 10
Last Summer I managed my long-awaited photo trip to the island of . 16 days,14 counties, 3000 miles & 10 blog posts. My longest photo trip ever. My journey started by , followed by & completing the .
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Derek Fogg Jan 8
Missing ? Missed earlier photos & want to catch up? Enjoyed it so much you just want to see them all again? Well the good news I'm repeating the series on and this time it's . Join me here
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Derek Fogg Jan 3
In my "Happy New Year" post you will be aware of my intention to produce a "Ten from Ten - Best of the Decade" images that I have made. My original intention was to post one image for each of the next 10 days but decided to include them all in one post.
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Derek Fogg Jan 1
For those of you who didn't see all 365 locations I will be repeating this year on my Instagram at britlandscapes. I have had the account a number of years & not used it so use it or loose it. I will be introducing new images this year along with many of last years favourites.
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Derek Fogg Jan 1
Wishing you a fantastic 2020 & I look forward to you following my photographic journey round the British Isles. as now finished & thanks those who kept my enthusiasm going throughout the year. It would not have happened without your support.
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Derek Fogg Dec 31
Thank you Ken. Glad you enjoyed the trip.
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Derek Fogg Dec 31
It's Day 365 and the final day of and we have visited many locations and The final photo is from Cape Wrath the most north-westerly point in mainland Britain. I hope you have all enjoyed the journey.
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Derek Fogg Dec 30
on Day 364 of at Castle considered the most picturesque of all the Irish castles. It stands on a basalt block with sheer vertical faces dropping 100 ft straight to the sea.
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Derek Fogg Dec 29
Day 363 of and back in the ever popular . valley is bounded to the west by Kentmere Pike and Shipman Knotts, one arm of the Kentmere Horseshoe.
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