Several of my images appear in the winter edition of Kendal Living magazine, from page 10.
It's not often that I have so many images displayed in different exhibitions - click on the thumbnails to find out which location is displaying which picture. The four locations are:
Where does time go? It was when reading a friend's blog that I realised I hadn't updated my blog since March! Since when I've sold photographs at 4 craft fairs (at the fantastic Vintage Festival in Morecambe and at 3 events organised by the Bay Craft Collective at Heysham Heritage Centre).
There have also been 3 more Kindle book, walk descriptions - and an additional one only available from the website.
I've also had picture displayed at Morecambe Artist Colony's Members Exhibition and taken part in a group exhibition at Carnforth Station Heritage Centre (with Johnny Bean and R Simon Dalton).
A 5¼ mile walk, mostly along well-defined paths and tracks - though some may be muddy after rain - as can be seen from the images: it was very muddy on the day we photographed the route. The final section follows a tarmac road alongside the lake. There are some great views over Windermere (especially if you walk on a better day than we did) and the return route is along the lake shore.
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Most of the 6⅔ mile route follows a spectacular section of the England Coast Path (and also the start of the unofficial Coast to Coast Path) – and most of it follows a clear clifftop path along the Heritage Coastline that is the most westerly in northern England. The inland loop crosses a large field where there is no path visible on the ground, then follows clear paths and tracks before returning to the coast.
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