High in the Atlas Mountains above Imlil a communal water supply is taken from the frigid waters of a mountain stream.Read More
Marrakech despite its busy feel has quiet corners with tropical flowers to brighten this vibrant city.Read More
Morocco is a country of colour. In the spice markets potpourri made from the local prickly pear cactus is seen on almost every stall.Read More
An ancient forest in the heart of the highlands of Scotland if full of life. From the birds high in the trees to the red squirrels darting about, life is exploding from the pine trees.Read More
Chesil Beach in Dorset is an 18mile long beach. It is the largest tombolo in England and part of the UNESCO World Heritage Jurassic Coast.Read More
Nothing beats the early morning scent and sight of a bluebell wood. With the heady scent hanging in the air and the cool dappled light filtering through it is something special after a long winter.
St Magnus Cathedral in Orkney has a large graveyard surrounding it. In one far corner, snowdrops add a white blanket to the ground for a few weeks each year.Read More
Grouse moors are heavily managed. The land owners want the best habitat for their red grouse to thrive. In some areas this involves the burning of small strips of heather peatland to encourage new growth and ensure the habitat is varied.Read More