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Take a hike

andscape photography is all around us, and we are incredibly fortunate to live in such a diverse country, with beautiful and easy-to-access locations all around us. This isn’t always a positive, as it can lead to overcrowding at some of the more popular photo hotspots. This can leave us feeling a little unfulfilled when the images we capture don’t feel all that special

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