1. Paul said:

    Nice article you have posted up. And cheers for the extra plug. ;)

    August 28, 2006
  2. Keith Alexander said:

    Stu, I like the photos very much. You have seen more of Wycoller than I have, even though I lived in Nelson for 23 years not far away.

    I am very pleased to learn that love Anglesey like we do. Recently we had two of our grandchildren to stay and omitted Landdonna beach as our granddaughter had a bad tummy and I thought there were no loos!

    Over the years I shall be taking many photographs so that there will be many more postings.

    There is a growing project in the UK called Hidden Britain and I have been contacted to see if I can start a Hidden Britain Centre or two here. I am having a meeting with locals in October after a month’s holiday on another loveable island, Anghistri in Greece. If you are interested to learn about this place you can use this link to “Saronic Stories”:

    August 30, 2006
  3. Keith Alexander said:

    I should have correctly left the link, but I managed to get it wrong.

    Saronic Stories

    August 30, 2006
  4. Duxbury Ramblers said:

    Love the photos Stuart, Pendle Hill is great. Keep the boots dubbed and the camera at the ready.

    September 1, 2006
  5. Anonymous said:

    if you want to know more about the willow sculptures and atom visit the website of mid pennine arts http://www.midpenninearts.org.uk and follow links for land and panopticons

    September 23, 2006
  6. Philip said:

    I have travelled to Haworth from Ireland several times over the years but never made it to Wycoller. However, your article and photographs have convinced me that I must visit Wycoller when I stay in Haworth in June. I am really looking forward to it now.

    May 12, 2010
  7. Steve fellows said:

    Superb photos

    May 16, 2014

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