A Sunday Picture

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Every Sunday at Rambling Man we used to dig in to our photographic archives and excitedly share some of our favourite snapshots of our journeys. That was until 2015 when time constraints put paid to that.

But then in 2020 something happened. And it seemed like a good point to bring it back. Because, why not? And so it remains. Intermittent. But there.

The Last Photograph

Published 4 May 2014

I think the camera’s broken…

Who wouldn’t want to stay here?

Published 27 April 2014

Get your bunk booked for YHA Black Sail now.

The best sign you can see outside a pub when walking

Published 20 April 2014

Pint in the walkers picnic garden?

The Michelin Guide Was Here

Published 6 April 2014

He will not be hurrying back.

Sycamore Gap

Published 30 March 2014

Gap in a wall, with a tree.

Greg’s Hut

Published 23 March 2014

Up on the Pennine Way, near Cross Fell

Avebury Henge

Published 16 March 2014

Got plans for the equinox? Change them.

Be Ye Sure To Shut The Gate

Published 9 March 2014

Poetry on the Coast to Coast.

A Message to Others

Published 2 March 2014

Who are Jen and Tony? Who are Joan, Peter, Christine and Keith, who left the message? And why?

Big Smile

Published 23 February 2014

How to sum up the Pennine Way

A Rather Cold Looking Bench

Published 16 February 2014

It’s funny how your mind plays tricks on you. I always have this thing in my mind that I’ve barely done any walking through lots of snow, only to search through old photographs showing me clearly wandering through snow-filled moorland on the Pennine Way, up Ben Nevis and lots more. Yet despite this, only the […]

In the rain on Esk Pike

Published 9 February 2014

What you get when it’s pouring down and you take your camera out of the case.

It Looks Like A Face

Published 2 February 2014

Is it a brick building, or some sort of cheeky chappy?

Walking down a lane

Published 26 January 2014

The things you remember.

In a Field of Limestone

Published 19 January 2014

Malham’s famous pavement


Published 12 January 2014

On a hill in the magical country of Iceland.

Toot Rock

Published 5 January 2014

It’s a stone. With Toot Rock written on it.

A Boxing Day Photo

Published 26 December 2013

Leave the food and beer, even just for a bit, and get your lungs full!

Jumping the stream

Published 15 December 2013

Reasons to re-walk the Pennine Way

W-mere Five

Published 8 December 2013

Kendal 16.

Dolphin Lamps

Published 1 December 2013

The London street light that looks like a sturgeon.

Tower Bridge at Night

Published 24 November 2013

Fine views don’t just come from hills. You can find them on urban walks too.

Sun setting over the Thames

Published 17 November 2013

There’s no finer place to admire the Thames than a narrow footpath near Greenwich

Yachts on the Thames

Published 10 November 2013

It’s not all sightseeing megaships.

The bench that tells you where to go

Published 3 November 2013

And not where to get off.

Look! A Hill!

Published 27 October 2013

This is Scald Law. Or East Kip. I’m not entirely sure which.

A totally amazing view of the sea!

Published 20 October 2013

Beachy Head at its best

I can see Skiddaw House from here! Honest!

Published 13 October 2013

A mighty view of a mighty youth hostel.

The best view of Glen Nevis you’ll ever see

Published 6 October 2013

Climb Ben Nevis and get a view and a half! Guaranteed!

Mighty Glencoe

Published 29 September 2013

Stunning scenery in the West Highlands of Scotland.

Open topped through the Lakes

Published 22 September 2013

Can there be anything finer than an open top bus?

This Tree

Published 15 September 2013

What tree?

The beauty of Stickle Tarn

Published 8 September 2013

It’s lovely up there, when you finally make it.

The Sound of Mull

Published 1 September 2013

It’s quite possible that to most people, this week’s Sunday Picture doesn’t look anything special. But to me it brings all that trip back in abundance. The Scottish Highlands. A fantastic place to be.

The Slate Arch, and the Plants Growing in it.

Published 25 August 2013

Plants growing in the slate of a former quarry.

Ullswater; majestic even in the rain

Published 18 August 2013

The view of a great lake from the sides of Gowbarrow Fell

Dungeon Ghyll? Just follow this road…

Published 11 August 2013

Know thy road sign styles!

The Top of Fairfield

Published 4 August 2013

Fairfield. It’s big. It’s flat. And if that’s not an incentive to visit, I don’t know what is.

The cairn on Nab Scar

Published 28 July 2013

Cairns. They rock.