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?

Loch Dee

Published 22 January 2012

A Sunday Picture is, once more, showing some of the many great photos I took on my Southern Upland Way trip last summer.

Black Loch

Published 15 January 2012

Black Loch is a lake which sits in the stunningly laid out formal gardens of Castle Kennedy, which I visited on my second day of walking on the Southern Upland Way.

A Nice Place to Set Off From

Published 8 January 2012

Tomorrow sees the publication of the first instalment of my series on the Southern Upland Way, and what better way to celebrate than for the Sunday Picture to show you some of the highlights of that walk.

To the Kent Mountains

Published 1 January 2012

Happy New Year then, and if you’re in the South East and thinking of going on a New Years walk, why not go to the mountains? For, as you can see from this photograph, there be Mountains. And they be in Kent!


Published 26 December 2011

So did you have a good Christmas then? What are you doing today then? A boxing day walk? Good!

Looking wistfully at the hills

Published 18 December 2011

December isn’t the best time for walking. Too many Christmas parties to attend, shopping to do. I always seem to spend more time in the pub than outdoors.

Wooden Cross at Souliers

Published 11 December 2011

As it’s December and the weather is not what it was, I thought some blue skies would be nice.

Shadow Play

Published 4 December 2011

I’ve used this one to illustrate blog posts twice before so it might be cheating a bit to give it another outing, but I have because I love it to bits.

The Highest People in Britain

Published 27 November 2011

I couldn’t end A Sunday Picture’s celebration of classic views without a trip up Ben Nevis.

On the way to West Kip

Published 20 November 2011

The year was 2005 and we were visiting Catherine’s brother, David, who lives in Edinburgh and who stars in this photo together with a hat he’d bought the day before.

The Summit is in Sight!

Published 13 November 2011

After spending lots of time climbing a fell, there can be no better experience than finding it doused in cloud with nothing to see.

Approaching A Cairn

Published 6 November 2011

You spend ages going up a big hill where you should be able to see an amazing view, only to get to the top and found it shrouded in cloud.

The setting sun behind Dufton’s trees

Published 30 October 2011

Throughout October I’ve been doing sunsets in A Sunday Picture and here’s the final one.

Sunset through some trees

Published 23 October 2011

After cheating a little with last weeks Sunday picture, here is a sunset actually taken whilst walking on the Isle of Wight.

On Shanklin Beach

Published 16 October 2011

I’m cheating a bit on this one. The reason I’m cheating is that this October I’m doing Sunset photographs and this is just one my favourite photographs of absolute all time.

Sunset over Lake Vyrnwy

Published 9 October 2011

This sunset is of Lake Vyrnwy in Powys, Wales.

The Setting Sun

Published 2 October 2011

You get the best sunsets in spring and in autumn and as it’s now October I thought I’d show you some of my favourite sunset photographs.

Old rusting vehicle near Cammaes Road

Published 25 September 2011

Time for another Sunday Picture and today it’s a picture of a rusting car.

Boots Enjoying the Show

Published 18 September 2011

This was on the shores of Loch Lomond and because it was an extremely hot day, we went for a paddle, leaving our boots by the shore.

Peaty pools look very nice when you don’t have to walk through them

Published 11 September 2011

If there’s a photograph that could sum up the Pennine Way, it’s probably this one.

Five and a Tree

Published 4 September 2011

Today’s photo was taken in 2006 on a day walk we did with some friends between Hassocks and Lewis, with some of the walk going along the South Downs Way.

Due a Deuchars

Published 28 August 2011

Catherine’s often described long distance walking in Britain as a bit like being a giant pub crawl, and how true that can be.

Consulting the Map

Published 21 August 2011

Over the years I’ve taken a seriously large amount of photographs and I thought I’d start sharing some of my favourites on this blog on a weekly basis.