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Simon Atkinson Photography Mar 28
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Ross Brown Mar 18
Replying to @MiradorDesign
Thank you !
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Ross Brown Mar 18
Replying to @LShepherdPhoto
Thank you Lizzie - apparently the river was much higher the day before too.
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Ross Brown Mar 18
Replying to @JJGiardinaPhoto
Thank you for your kind comments John.
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Ross Brown Mar 18
Full Spate, River Wharfe, Yorkshire Dales National Park The recent rains dramatically changed the flow over this local waterfall yesterday.
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Dag Ole Nordhaug Mar 15
Abandoned. Rubjerg Knude, Denmark. April 2015.
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Ross Brown Mar 15
Replying to @milouvision
A stunning collection David
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David Baker | milouvision Mar 15
Frosted duneage in January at the sands of Forvie.
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Ordnance Survey Mar 12
Data visualisations show Britain’s most trodden paths in OS
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Ross Brown Mar 11
I really enjoyed watching this trio of videos by yesterday - a wonderful balance of inspiration and teaching. The self critiques and on location composition provided great insight. Thank you Alex for sharing these. Highly recommended viewing.
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Ross Brown Mar 11
Enjoying brief spells of light whilst out walking in Teesdale Fellside, nr Middleton in Teesdale, England - March 2019
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John Muir Trust Mar 9
Our weekend quote is from John of the Mountains: “Earth has no sorrow that earth can not heal.” Become a member and help with the healing
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Øystein Karlsen Mar 8
Indian summer gone awry. Panorama from Rondane NP. 8 vertical frames at 180 mm. September 2018
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Paul Bullen Mar 6
Snow blowing across Buachaille Etive Mor, and the perfectly placed Lagangarbh Hut.
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Ross Brown Mar 1
An image of reflection and contemplation - beautiful simplicity by Bruce Percy.
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Ross Brown Feb 27
The stunning River Etive in mid Winter - one of few remaining areas of true Wild Nature in the United Kingdom. Save Glen Etive !
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John Muir Trust Feb 27
There's been a huge groundswell of public support to protect the wild river systems of Glen Etive over the last week. Worth giving these guys a follow and a share. There's also a Facebook page in their bio.
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Jackie Morris Nov 29
If you are troubled, in a dark place of the soul, watch this, for 5 minutes. Please share. The voice is and the music Words are by Film by from
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Ross Brown Nov 24
Choose Love: the shop where customers buy gifts for refugees
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Ross Brown Nov 22
Companions, Aberfeldy, Perthshire, Scotland - October 2018 Two anthropomorphic trees appeared like parent and child - the delicate branches of the older beckoning and guiding the younger on a journey through the woodland.
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