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September 2012  Photographers Resource  September 2012

Aira Force, Glenridding, Cumbria

We have added some items on the Lake District including lists of waterfalls, viewpoints and lakes open to visitors and great locations for photographers. At the same time we have updated our Finding Viewpoints and Viewpoint Photography   articles and added 2 new location guides for Aira Force   near Glenridding and the Ullswater Steamers both in the Lake District, a popular tourist spot here in the UK.

Don't forget to check out our Waterfalls section for more spectacular sites around the UK.

Last month we changed how we are going to continue to update this site in the future and if you didn't manage to visit us during August then take a look at the 'New Look' piece below for an update on how we are going to continue building this resource over the coming months, to make it even more useful to you.

What's New and Changed
Articles and Lists Added and Updated Recently

Lakes of the Lake District

Lake District Waterfalls

Lake District Viewpoints

Viewpoint Photography

Finding Viewpoints

Locations Guides Added and Updated Recently

Aira Force, Glenridding, Cumbria

Blea Tarn, Cumbria  

Castlerigg Stone Circle, Cumbria

Ullswater Steamers, Ullswater Lake, Cumbria

Our New Look

Up until now we have each month produced a newsletter, but this takes up a lot of time and we have found, like printed magazines, that over time we were going around the loop covering the same topics again. We felt it would be far better to concentrate on developing the articles and guides that make up this resource and to drop the monthly newsletter.

You can still get to all the newsletters going back some years from the 'Recent Editions' button on the left and this will remain visible, under our new look. If you are therefore looking for suggestions as to what might be relevant to you or for you to photograph in a particular month you can get back to the relevant month past issues over several years.

Each month we will still be producing the Photographers Diary, and this short page will also change a little. The diary will aim to be available at the beginning of each month so you still see at that point two months ahead.

Throughout the month rather than as previously we will add articles and guides plus continue the mammoth job of updating the vast number of pages we now have. New articles, guides and major revisions will be shown in a listing lower down this page, and this will grow over the month. At the month end we will trim off entries that are over a month old, so that at any time you can see what has been added recently.

Let's Explain How This Resource Works

One of the most popular features is a monthly diary covering interesting and unusual things on, around the UK, in the two months ahead.

Everything that appears, or ever has, is indexed in a number of ways, alphabetically, by topic, by county, and often linked into sections. Many of the sections have their own front doorways so people with specific interests have direct access through these doors to their area of interest.

Up until July 2012 we also produced a monthly newsletter as apart of this resource, but like magazines going over the years we found it becoming a little repetitive, so decided to concentrate on the resource development and drop the newsletter issues. You can get back to see every newsletter, from the beginning, via our recent editions link.

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