Crisp December air gives perfect views of gorgeous snow-capped mountains reflected in the mirror-still surface of Derwentwater; the timeless Stone Circle at Castlerigg; frosty valleys contrast with russet bracken-covered hillsides; clinker-built rowing boats sit on quiet lake shores. Alan Copson’s autumn and winter forays into some of the most beautiful landscapes of England have produced some wonderful and timeless images.
Wildlife – a vital part of life as we know it:
Indigenous wildlife is a core component of any country’s DNA, as critical to its character as its landscape, people, culture or architecture. Eco-tourism continues to grow in popularity and many countries rely on it as a central pillar of their appeal to visitors.