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Ian Hex
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He of the Fine Beard
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Lived Up To The Legend

If you’re in the North of England and you want waterfalls, you should probably go to the Yorkshire Dales as there’s loads. But the Lake District has its fair share of waterfalls, and Stanley Force is one of the more impressive ones. See the story behind this photo and technical details of how I made it -> https://goo.gl/GfoySy
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Foxglove In The Forest

Today, +Lisabet Woods-Jack and I went hiking around an area that really doesn’t get enough from us: the Forest of Bowland, in particular, Gisburn Forest. Here's the story of this photo and technical details behind it -> https://goo.gl/bVoj4E
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Clints & Grikes Under The Nab

Increasingly, as a landscape photographer, I find myself fascinated with the geology of this country, and how it has been shaped by the passing of time. Here's the story and technical info behind this photo -> https://goo.gl/pbDeyS
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Seeing New Things With Old Friends

This weekend, I had the honour and delight of the company of my best friend, Fie, and her boyfriend Paul. I love showing my friends around to various parts of the Lake District. This time we enjoyed a wander around the gorge created by Aira Force, one of the Lake District’s more famous waterfalls. Here's the story and technical info behind this photo -> https://goo.gl/g5cTLq
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Jewels Left From The Retreating Tide

Photographically, there’s something dynamic about shooting seascapes when the tide is coming in (and in Britain, the tide moves quickly). But equally, I enjoy seascapes when the tide is moving out, too. Here's the story and technical info behind this photo -> https://goo.gl/A9AnuU
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You Just Want To Dip Your Head In

Despite a long dry period in May, unusual for the North of England, Stainforth Force was still powerful and thunderous when +Lisabet Woods-Jack and I visited. Here's the story and technical details behind this photo -> https://goo.gl/Cf6om4
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The Influence of the Church

This week, it’s been coming down yal watter (raining heavily). But today, a respite! So I went hiking around Kirkstone Pass, a favourite of mine, and it was so lovely seeing the area looking lush and green. Here's the story and technical info behind this shot -> https://goo.gl/e270i9
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Not Another Soul

I’ve commented before on the lack of traffic and people around the Mallerstang valley. To me, it’s one of the main attractions of this place. Here's the story and technical info of this photo -> https://goo.gl/xi2jEh
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Summer's Bountiful Playground

Britain is really starting to look proper lush now. +Lisabet Woods-Jack and I had a wee hike from Stainforth in the Yorkshire Dales down towards Little Stainforth to check out Stainforth Force. And what a bonny la’al area this is! Here's the story and technical info behind this photo -> https://goo.gl/5pexH1
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The Steps of the Castle Fortress

The Northumberland coast is known for many things: its spectacular beauty, incredible sunrises … and also the numerous castles! Here's story behind this photo and how I made the HDR image -> https://goo.gl/q1G85N
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