For November's "Print of the Month" I've selected one of my favourite images from the Broads National Park. It features Brograve Mill, a wind pump located on Brograve level in the parish of Sea Palling. The mill is a Grade II listed building now lying in an extremely dilapidated and unsafe state. Built in 1771 it is thought to have last worked around 1930. Its purpose was to drain the Brograve levels into the man-made Waxham New Cut. The mill cannot be directly reached on foot. However, as I did you can follow the path next to the Waxham New Cut from Horsey Mere. On my visit I was so fortunate with the weather. Blue skies with a couple of perfectly placed fluffy white clouds and just a wisp of other clouds in the distance. All coupled with a slight breeze which was just sufficient to move the reeds in the foreground in the same direction as what was apparently the largest sails on any Norfolk mill.
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Welcome to the second part of my North Coast 500 photo trip starting this time from my overnight stop at Applecross. If you missed the start of this journey then I suggest you read Part One from Inverness to Applecross before returning to read about this stage. Starting off from Applecross on a beautiful morning following the road around the peninsula I was treated to magnificent views across the Inner Sound to the Isles of Raasay, Rona and beyond the sunlit hills of the Isle of Skye before eventually arriving at Shieldaig.
After a short stop in Shieldaig the road started to climb out of the village and I was almost immediately presented with the view across the inlet of Ob Mheallaidh (Deceitful Bay), a bay on the southern shore of Upper Loch Torridon towards Beinn Alligin (Jewelled Mountain), Beinn Dearg (Red Mountain) and Liathach (The Grey One) all of which are over 3000 feet. The Torridon Hills exhibit some of the most dramatic mountain scenery in the British Isles, perhaps only surpassed in grandeur by The Cuillins on Skye. The rocks are made of Torridonian sandstone, some of which are crowned by white Cambrian quartzite. They are amongst the oldest rocks in Britain, and sit on yet older rocks, Lewisian gneiss.
Continuing on along the road above Loch Torridon the day started to fall apart. Shortly after the stop to take in the view above I stopped again pulling on to some gravel to take more photos. Immediately I got out of the camper I heard the noise of air coming out of one of the tyres and within two minutes it was completely flat. My heart sank and I wondered how I was going to sort this out in such a remote location. Whilst I had a spare wheel/tyre trying to change it on the sloping gravel would be too dangerous. I thought my best option was to drive up the hill to try to find some level ground where it could be changed. Fortunately I had better luck when I found a large lay by only a few yards further on at the top of the hill
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After driving down the Greek National Road for an hour, we saw an old and wonky sign for thermal springs. Taking a break from our planned route, we decided to follow the sign and after a short drive down a winding road, which had clearly not been used for some time as it had trees and shrubs growing from it, we were greeted by crumbling and abandoned buildings with no signs of life apart from four stray dogs.
Travel mate, let’s play! Where to this autumn? Let me recommend one Mediterranean destination, three sunny sister islands under a blue sky and surrounded by azure waters. Interested? Read on, and let me convince you…
Lefkada is a beautiful island in the Ionian Sea, between Corfu and Cephalonia. The island is named after the white limestone rocks that emerge from the sea like some large stone walls. The northern part of the island is connected with mainland via a drawbridge and a tunnel which makes the access to the island a lot easier. The eastern coast of the island is much tamer with its relief gradually descending towards the sea. On the south and southeast side of the island there are deep bays and natural harbors that are very popular among the sailors. The western coast of the island consists of high limestone cliffs and beneath them are located the beautiful sandy beaches of Lefkada. The central part of the island is occupied by mountain peaks with altitudes reaching over 1000 m. And of course, Lefkada is known for some of the most beautiful beaches of the Mediterranean and beyond.
With a new documentary televison series starting on Channel 5 on 10th November called "Loch Lomond: A Year in the Wild" featuring the wildlife of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park I thought it was an opportune time to offer my interpretation of the beauty of this famous loch as November's Print of the Month. Loch Lomond owes its origin to the glacial era. The Glaciers ran South from the Ben Lui basin towards the southern end of Loch Lomond which is now Balloch. Loch Lomond has the grea
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