published work

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The Lake District - a mountainous region in North West England and a popular holiday destination is famous not only for its lakes, forests, and mountains (or fells), but also for its associations with the early nineteenth century poetry and writings of William Wordsworth and the other Lake Poets.

J.M.W. Turner, the English romantic landscape painter and water-colourist, journeyed on horse back across the mountain passes to capture the ethereal light of the Lakeland landscape.

Winter in the Lakes- 6 pages article for Caravan magazine (GB)Dec 2012

"Climbing up to the Kirkdale pass through 'Turneresque' fleeting light we descended towards Brothers Water and Ullswater under black swirling clouds with shafts of light adding more to the drama! "

 “In summer the Lakeland fells has its crowds but In winter with a snowfall, it’s all yours and the true Lake District  is revealed  as witnessed in yesteryear by  the famous Lakeland walker Alfred Wainwright”:



6 page article for Caravan magazine (GB)Dec 2012


english lakes -winter

4 page article for Caravan magazine (GB)Jan  2013