mountain regions, most of the upland areas and many rural districts
as well as the more interesting coasts of England, Wales
and Scotland including the Western and Northern Isles.
Ireland : many of the uplands, rural areas and coasts in Ulster,
the West and South-West.
Alps of France, Switzerland, Austria, Italy and Liechtenstein
including the ascents of Mont Blanc, the Matterhorn and the Eiger.The
Pyrenees of France and Spain, the Italian Apennines,the Picos
de Europa of Spain, France's Massif Central, Portugal.
(especially Arctic Norway), Sweden, Faroe
Islands, Iceland and Svalbard (Spitzbergen).
most mountain and desert regions and many cities.
States include California, Arizona, Utah, Nevada, Oregon, Washington
and Colorado. Many Landscapes, Coasts and Forests especially in the
Alaska and the ascent of Mount McKinley.
Rocky Mountains, BC Interior Ranges, St Elias Range, the Yukon.
crossing of the Icecap with dog team.
most ranges of Peruvian Andes, the Source of River Amazon.
The Inca Trail, Machu Picchu, Cuzco and Lake Titicaca.
Volcanoes of Peru, Ecuador and Mexico.
: Buenos Aires.
: Argentina's Fitzroy massif and the
Torres del Paine National Park of Chile
Tierra del Fuego and Cape Horn
The Falkland Islands
Extensive coverage of the Himalaya, end to end, including
Mount Everest, Annapurna, Kangchenjunga and Nanga Parbat.
The 8,000 metre peaks. High altitude mountaineering
Nepal : most regions of Nepal including Kathmandu, India
: Garhwal, Gangotri, Shivling and the Source of the River Ganges.
Delhi., Taj Mahal, local generics, Ladakh
: coverage of the Karakorum Range includes the Baltoro Glacier,
K2 and the other 8,000 metre peaks.
Nanga Parbat. ( actually Himalaya )
: Xinjiang, Turkestan, Aghil and Pamir ranges
Tibet: Lhasa, the Tibetan Himalaya and other ranges
Kyrgyzstan Pamir range, ascent of Pik Kommunisma, etc
Mongolia : Tavan Bogd / Altai ranges
: the Japanese Alps
Sabah ( North Borneo ) : Kinabalu
New Guinea : Carstenz Range
and Yemen : deserts.
: ascent of Mount Kenya, the Rift Valley, Soda Lakes, Coast, Tsavo,
Meru and Masai Mara National Parks.
East African wildlife.
Uganda : Ruwenzori Range ( the Mountains of the Moon )
National Parks, River Nile, Murchison Falls.
Tanzania : Kilimanjaro ascent, the Rift Valley, Volcanoes,
Algeria : Sahara Desert, Atlas Mountains of Morocco, the Sahel
+ other arid African areas.
landscapes, cities, the Outback, deserts, coasts and mountains. The
Hot Red Centre and Tasmania.
Expeditionary crossings of the Strzelecki and Great Victoria Deserts
New Zealand : North Island - Tongariro National Park and ski
ascent of Ruapehu volcano.
South Island - mountains including Mount Cook and Mount Aspiring, glaciers,
lakes, forests and landscapes.
The Milford and Routeburn Tracks.
: South Georgia and the Sub-Antarctic Islands
including landscapes, icebergs, bases, expeditions and mountaineering,
ships, aircraft and wildlife.
The Arctic : North Pole, Siberian Islands, Greenland, Spitzbergen.
particularly the more rugged coasts of the South and West and of Wales
Islands include the Isle of Wight, Lundy, Anglesey, Orkney,
most Inner and Outer Hebrides including Skye, Mull, Iona,
Islay, Harris, the Uists and St Kilda.
The Faroe Islands, coasts and islands in Arctic Norway and Spitzbergen
Some coasts in California, Kenya, Borneo, Australia and New Zealand.
Fjords in Chilean Patagonia. Tierra del Fuego and Cape Horn.
Coasts and islands of the Antarctic Peninsular and the Ross Sea.
Sail Cruising among the Hebrides. Yachting and Sail Training.
Scottish fishing boats.
Ababa, Adelaide, Arequipa, Bangkok, Beijing,
Birmingham, Brisbane, Boise, Buenos Aries, Cuzco,
Christchurch, Dacca, Delhi, Edinburgh, Florence,
Freemantle, Geneva, Hobart, Kashgar, Kathmandu,
Leeds, Lima, Lhasa, Lisbon, London, Lugano,
Las Vegas, Melbourne, Mombasa, Nairobi, New York,
Perth ( W.A ), Prague, Reykjavik, Salisbury, San Diego,
San Francisco, Sydney, Tromso, Torshaven,
Wellington and Vancouver.
of the notable personalities in the worlds of
Mountaineering, the Outdoors and Exploration.
Young people in the Outdoors.
Native people in their own environment,
particularly the Sherpas of Nepal and the Sami (Lapp) folk of
Climbers, Trekkers, Hikers, Ramblers and other
anonymous outdoor people in action.
Bridges - including the Forth, Severn, Tagus, Sydney Harbour and Golden
Gate bridges - Cityscapes, Construction, Cooling Towers, Dams, Docks,
Factories, Harbours, Hydro-electric sites, Industrial Landscapes, Motorways,
Oil Rigs, Power Stations, Quarries, Railways, Shipbuilding, Tunnels,
and so on...
Antiquities, Atmospheric effects,
Avalanches, Boats, Camels, Castles, Cathedrals,
Children, Clouds, Curling, Deserts, Environment,
Elephants, Falcons, Ferries, Follies, Forests, Frost,
Gardens, Ghost-towns, Glaciers, Graffito, Great Wall,
Harvesting, Hotsprings, Icebergs, Iron-age hill forts,
Jumars, Jetplanes, Kayaks, Kangaroos, Lighthouses,
Lapps, Masai, Monuments, Moons, Native dances,
Notices, Ostriches, Paragliding, Photographic effects,
Ploughing, Quebradas, Roads, Rainbows, Reindeer,
Ruins, Shinty, Stately homes, Statues, Sunrises,
Sunsets, Surf, Tents, Temples, Trees, Uighur nomads,
Vernacular architecture, Volcanoes, Waterfalls,
Windmills, Weather Vanes, X-country skiing,
Yaks, Yeti, Yurts, Zebras, Zopkio...
…..and much else !