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Photographing EAST ANGLIA

In this extensive photo-location and visitor guidebook, award-winning landscape photographer Justin Minns describes the most beautiful places to visit and photograph in East Anglia including The Broads, Norfolk, Suffolk, North Essex and Cambridgeshire.

An essential companion for anyone with a camera — whether you are using a high-end DSLR or a mobile phone camera — who is visiting East Anglia.


  • 150 locations and over 800 beautiful photographs
  • Topographic maps • Sat nav and map co-ordinates • Sun compass
  • Best times to visit and seasonal highlights • Photographic tips • Accessibility notes
  • Travel information • The best places to stay, eat and drink

Use the coupon code ‘TOG’ at checkout for 20% off all fotoVUE books and free UK shipping* (*for 2019).


Photographing NORTH WALES

by Simon Kitchin
Author and local North Wales photographer Simon Kitchin describes over 100 locations and several hundred viewpoints in North Wales including: Snowdonia National Park, the Isle of Anglesey, the North Wales Coast, Llyn Peninsula, Llangollen and the North East.

Each location chapter starts with an overview describing historical, literary, geological, and natural history features including the photographic potential of a location. Suggested photographic viewpoints are described at each location along with advice on how to take the best photographs whilst there.

Lavishly illustrated with over 300 high quality colour photographs this photo-location guidebook will appeal to both keen photographers and anybody with a camera who visits North Wales.

Foreword by Iolo Williams, Welsh Naturalist and TV Presenter.

Use the coupon code ‘TOG’ at checkout for 20% off all fotoVUE books and free UK shipping* (*for 2019).


Photographing SCOTLAND

by Dougie Cunningham
An essential companion to anyone with a camera who is visiting Scotland.

From Glencoe to Glen Torridon, Skye to Shetland, Callanish to Cairngorm, this guidebook reveals the islands and mountains, glens and lochs, rivers and coastline and visits ancient stone circles, fortified houses, medieval castles, crofts and peel towers. The classic views are included and many more lesser known and hidden gems amongst the Lowlands, Highlands and Islands of this spectacular country.

Also included are photographic tours of Edinburgh and Glasgow.

In this extensive photo-location and visitor guidebook, award winning Scottish photographer Dougie Cunningham explores and describes the most beautiful places in Scotland to visit and photograph.

Use the coupon code ‘TOG’ at checkout for 20% off all fotoVUE books and free UK shipping* (*for 2019).



By Stuart Holmes
This comprehensive photo-location guidebook will help all photographers, from beginner to expert, to find, explore, and make the most of over 70 of the best photographic locations in the Lake District. Including hundreds of viewpoints and advice on how to get the best photographs.

Author, director of fotoVUE and professional photographer Stuart Holmes has lived in the Lake District all his life and using this local knowledge he guides you to both the classic locations and the hidden gems so that you will get the best out of your visit.

Fiona Armstrong, broadcaster, author and judge at the Lakeland Book of the Year Awards 2015:
“A delightful record of the fantastic views in the Lake District. Very well laid out and beautifully illustrated. It’s one of the best guides I’ve ever read.”

Use the coupon code ‘TOG’ at checkout for 20% off all fotoVUE books and free UK shipping* (*for 2019).



by Chris Gilbert and Mick Ryan
The most comprehensive Peak District photo-location guidebook available that will lead you to all the classic locations and many other equally great places that only a few know about and visit. Described by one reviewer as, “The template for all photography location guides.

The Peak District is a beautiful upland area at the southern end of the Pennines stretching from Ashbourne in the south to the M62 in the north. The northern Dark Peak is an area of wild heather-clad moorland lined by gritstone edges and boulders that contrast with the limestone plateau and deep dales of the White Peak. Cut by sparkling rivers, populated with beautiful villages, a rich industrial heritage and home to Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall, the UK’s first national park has photographic opportunities around every corner, all year round.

Chris Gilbert and Mick Ryan describe over 150 locations to visit and photograph in this 496 page photo-location and visitor guidebook, illustrated with over 750 photographs.

Use the coupon code ‘TOG’ at checkout for 20% off all fotoVUE books and free UK shipping* (*for 2019).


Photographing WILDLIFE IN THE UK

by Andrew Marshall
Author and professional wildlife photographer Andrew Marshall describes 70 of the best locations for wildlife photography in the UK in this lavishly illustrated guidebook with over 450 stunning wildlife photographs. Includes detailed advice on how to take great wildlife photographs.

From the foreword by Iolo Williams, Welsh naturalist and TV presenter:
“This book is a wildlife photographer’s bible.

It describes some of the best places to see wildlife and gives tips on fieldcraft, techniques and equipment. It travels the whole country from the northernmost tip of Shetland down to Brownsea Island and from Skomer in West Wales across to Norfolk in the east.

This guidebook will prove invaluable to beginners and experienced wildlife photographers alike.”

Use the coupon code ‘TOG’ at checkout for 20% off all fotoVUE books and free UK shipping* (*for 2019).

Poldark: Ross by Winston Graham

You can’t go to Botallack mine without thinking of Poldark and taking one of the 12 Poldark novels with you.

This site was of course Wheal Leisure in the TV programmes and you’ll see so much of Poldark’s landscape by venturing on this walk and appreciating how difficult it would have been to ride horses along here for miles until the next village. Ross and Demelza might well be spotted as you walk to appreciate the surroundings which seem to be frozen in time.

Radius Garden Hand Tools

Radius Hand Tools are beautifully built and ergonomically designed. These garden tools are strong, lightweight and kind to the hands and wrists.

These hand tools have easy-grip handles which are designed to follow the curve of the palm to minimise stress on hands and wrists whilst creating more leverage. The gardening hand tools are suitable for any keen gardener and are ideal for those with arthritis or weak hands and wrists.

Set of 4 tools consisting of Hand Cultivator, Hand Fork, Hand Weeder, Hand Trowel. The garden tools can also be purchased individually.


Raleigh Accessories

More than just a bike brand, with over 125 years in the industry, Raleigh have a compiled a huge range of accessories to suit every need.

From the occasional rider or beginner through to the cycling enthusiast, Raleigh have just the product you’re looking for.

Helmets and horns, lights and locks, clothing and car racks, you name it, Raleigh have got it with leading brands such as Uvex, Mio, Moon and many more on offer.


Raleigh Electric Bikes

The advent of e-bikes in the UK has made cycling much more inclusive for people of all ages. An e-bike or electric bike has an electric motor attached meaning struggling up hills and against headwinds are a thing of the past.

The motors are either in the hub of one of the wheels or attached to the pedals. The motors are powered by a removable battery pack that typically provides power for 75km of cycling in one charge.

Charging the battery couldn’t be simpler, this is done by plugging it into the charger whilst still on the bike or removing the battery pack and charging it separately.

Raleigh has an e-bike to suit all needs with prices starting from £1100


Raleigh Kids bikes

How many people remember the Raleigh bikes from their own childhood with great affection?

The iconic Raleigh name goes hand in hand with family life down the generations. From your first bike to your fastest… Raleigh have been creating great children’s bikes for years. Raleigh is a name you know and trust, with design and technical expertise your child couldn’t be in better hands. Every bike is designed with fun in mind and carefully built and checked. It’s Raleigh’s care and attention to these details that makes their bikes stand out from the crowd.

The Raleigh range starts with balance bikes for the little ones, progresses to the fun bikes to build confidence and cycling skills, through to performance bikes for older children looking to go further and faster.


Raleigh Leisure & Classic bikes

Leisure Bikes
Leisure bikes have been designed with comfortable and efficient riding in mind. No need to don the lyrca with this range, a leisure bike is a practical, everyday bike that can be used for commuting, heading out to the shops or getting out in to the countryside on paths and gravel tracks. Raleigh have paid extra attention to the finer details in this range of bikes to deliver practical and stylish bikes.

Classic Bikes
Elegant and graceful, the Raleigh Classics range bring together classic bike looks combined with modern components designed for those who want to travel in style and comfort. Taking inspiration from the catwalk, these bikes are matched to this year’s colours, and have fabulous leather seats and hand grips. The Spirit, Cameo and Sherwood all come with baskets attached, making them perfect for everyday use.


Raleigh Mountain Bikes

Go wherever the trail takes you with Raleigh’s Off-Road bike range. These models are perfect for hitting the trails and tracks with friends or weekend rides the kids.

The line-up makes choosing the right bike simple, all feature a lightweight yet sturdy aluminium frame and some models are fitted with suspension forks which help to flatten bumps in the trail. A range of high quality components finish the bikes off an ensure that you can put your trust in your bike whilst off the beaten track.

Of course, these bikes are not restricted to off-road riding and can be taken down any canal tow path, fire road or country lane but the loose bumpy terrain is where they are most at home and where they really allow you to go wherever the trail takes you.

Bikes in this range include the Helion and the Neve.

Ramblers Walking Holidays – Bohemian Rhapsody

The beautiful Elbe Valley from Prague to Dresden.
Through woods rich in ferns and mosses, across meadows, up fissures between pillars of eroded sandstone, the Malerweg, or Painters’ Way, winds its way through Germany’s Saxon Switzerland.

From rocky viewpoints the meandering Elbe is often visible. You first see the river beneath Prague’s Charles Bridge, where it is known as the Vltava. At the end of our journey you meet it once again in the neo-classical and Baroque splendour of Dresden.

We follow the Malerweg in its entirety from our riverside base in Krippen adjacent to the resort of Bad Schandau.

Ramblers Walking Holidays – Isle of Man

Explore the timeless beauty of the kingdom of the Isle of Man’s magnificent coastline and rolling countryside of the interior.

  • Discover a timeless, beautiful and forgotten island.
  • Excellent transport – steam, electric mountain railways, horse drawn trams, vintage buses.
  • Cliff walks with the wow factor.
  • Douglas – a delightful base.

Ramblers Walking Holidays – Jurassic Coast

Sidmouth & the Devon coast
Walking Jurassic Coast footpaths and inland East Devon rolling hill country from the traditional and charming resort of Sidmouth.

Holiday Highlights:

  • Walking the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site
  • Based at an elegant Regency town by the sea
  • Superb coastal and inland walking