700 of them before his sudden death in 2011.
He always took a camera with him on his countryside explorations and amassed a huge collection of colour slides of the British landscape, the people and animals that lived in it — stretching back to the 1950s and ’ 60s. I was lucky enough to be on
What a fantastic view of the north face of Cadair Idris and the Mawddach Estuary. The horse was completely unconcerned by Roger’s presence and was happy to stand and admire the view with him in July 2003.
A fierce thunderstorm has just passed through the Cordwell Valley near Chesterfield, in July 1988, leaving the trembling inhabitants of a field all gathered together in a corner. They are just feeling brave enough to peep over the wall to stare at the...