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Karen Thorburn

Mother Earth

Karen turns her photographer's eye to the ground to capture the small-scale details in the landscape.

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Ben Dolphin

Blooming snowdrops!

I personally know a great many people for whom a carpet of snowdrops is the only white carpet they want to see in January. Not me!

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I Know Where I'm Going - but does anyone else?

Cameron McNeish urges hillwalkers to let someone know where they're going, but don't leave route notes on your car windscreen.

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