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Landscape Photographers! Fav Locations


didjerama e2
10 15
6 Oct 2004 8:19PM
Hey all.

RIght, easy question. Dunno if it has been doing before, but wheres your fav location to photograph/the place you remember the most?

For me it has to be either Robin Hoods bay in North Yorkshire or Flamborough Head, East Yorkshire both very inspiring places anytime of the year.

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keithh e2
11 23.4k 33 Wallis And Futuna
6 Oct 2004 8:21PM
Has to be The Peak District, the Lakes, Northumberland and North Yorkshire....couldn't pick a fave from them...oh and then there's the Western Iles.
wgfarquhar e2
10 473
6 Oct 2004 8:26PM
Mine has to be the Fort William area in Scotland. But in saying that...I can't wait to get home to New Zealand after buying all my camera gear in the UK. I know some amazing places I'm dying to capture.

GRANT
6 Oct 2004 9:10PM
Scotland.

The view from Elgol in Skye across to the Cuilins range is one of the most spectacular in the UK. Also the views westward from Ardnamurchan to the islands of Rum, Eigg and Muck are spectacularly beautiful. Glencoe and Rannoch Moor are dramatic and beautiful and the mountainous area around Torridon is also pretty special.

I'd say Skye is my personal favourite. As some of you may have seen in the September issue of PP, it's a special place that everyone should visit at least once.
Mari e2
11 1.8k Wales
6 Oct 2004 9:19PM
Snowdonia or Pembrokeshire are amazing places for stunning light - and are my fav. I went to the West coast of Ireland recently and that was amazing too.
martin.w e2
12 355 22 United Kingdom
6 Oct 2004 10:07PM
The Peak District for me. Took many a shot from the top of Mam Tor and watched some wonderful sunrises.
Chris_H e2
11 1.5k 1
6 Oct 2004 10:23PM
I like the Dorset coast line only been for two days in feb and want to go back again soon, also parts of jersey are good.
I live in Norfolk and never seem to take pictures here, my girlfriend lives in Stockport so I find myself around the peak district some times but still need to explore a lot more of it.
Chris
mattw e2
11 5.2k 10 United Kingdom
7 Oct 2004 7:31AM
I like Wales for the great dirvirsity of landscapes in a relitivly compact space. However my fav location is Cornwall, for it's wonderful coastline.

mattw
Tonyd3 e2
10 1.0k 15 United Kingdom
7 Oct 2004 6:20PM
Some of my fav's are Malham,Rannock Moor(which i am going to last week of October),Elgol on the isle of Skye,Kimmerage,Saltwick bay,Whitby,Donna nook,westonbirt,Malvern Hills,Torridon. Plus others in the north yorkshire area & Scotland in general.
pixor e2
10 181 Australia
7 Oct 2004 11:21PM
The Cleveland Hills around Roseberry Topping and Captain Cook's Monument. I like to think of it as my own little secret, but I hear a bloke by the name of Joe Cornish likes it too, whoever *he* is Wink

The East Yorkshire Coast is pretty wonderful, and then there's Northumberland around Bamborough and Lindisfarne...

I went to Abersoch in North Wales this summer, and was very taken with the place.

Hmm...too many places to mention now I think of it!

Mike.
andytvcams e2
12 10.4k United Kingdom
7 Oct 2004 11:23PM
Better known as Joe Cornish country.
colin e2
10 697 5 Scotland
7 Oct 2004 11:34PM
The Trossachs, Loch Awe, Perthshire (just about anywhere, especially the autumn colours) - maybe I'm biased but Scotland does it for me. Also Edinburgh and Glasgow offer very diverse options - great architecture in both.
Colin
Tonyd3 e2
10 1.0k 15 United Kingdom
7 Oct 2004 11:47PM
Oh god i forgot this one is a must, Glen Affrig in October
Pete e2
13 18.7k 96 England
8 Oct 2004 7:16AM
don't forget to post these in the Favourite photo locations section.
rogerbryan e2
10 397 United Kingdom
8 Oct 2004 11:56AM
For me it has to be on the top of a Scottish mountain called An Gearanach - On a good day the veiw over towards Ben Nevis, Aonach Mor etc is stunning. The veiw in the opposite direction across The Mamores towards the mountains of Glen Coe ain't to bad either.
Second choice, Scotland again I'm afraid - Top of Bienn Charluiste (sorry about the spelling) looking down Glen Coe.

Shame I live in Wilshire though !!

Roger

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