#ScrapbookOutdoors Week 25: Horizons

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Our favourite photos from #ScrapbookOutdoors Week 25 

After a brief hiatus, #ScrapbookOutdoors, our weekly photo challenge returned with a bang as we set out the theme of ‘horizons’. We wanted to see what you were seeing on your adventures, for as far as the eye (or camera lens) could see. Here are some of the stunning views that you all came back with:

Instagram: @goproxdave - Back in the wilderness, Hiking in the Peak District.

Instagram: @cathrynthebrit - Day 70. Blue Ridge views for days!

Instagram: @tibbetts_titbits - Somber evening tones in Perthshire. #perthshire #evening #Scotland #instascotland #scottishwonders

Instagram: @stonely_adventures - The clouds rolling in over the Glyderau.

Instagram: @sarahkayprout - When you're at the top of the London Eye and it stops - for ages!

Instagram: @tomandliddyinthepeaks - Great news of the stunning #LakeDistrict becoming recognised as a #UNESCO World Heritage Site!

Instagram: @aneesa.sidat - Hoghton Tower is a fortified manor house in Lancashire, England, and stands on a hilltop site on the highest point in the area. It takes its name from the de Hoghton family, its historical owners since at least the 12th century. The present house dates from about 1560–65. It was damaged during the Civil War and subsequently became derelict, but was rebuilt and extended between 1862 and 1901. The house is listed at Grade I, as is the Great Barn in its grounds, which is dated 1692. King James I stayed at the house for 3 days in 1617.

Instagram: @lu_dunners - The hills of the Peak District were glowing last night! #peakdistrict #visitpeakdistrict

Instagram: @beautycreep - Taken from the path on Ben Ledi

Instagram: @n1x_0ut1aw - Coming back down hopegill head #walkthelakes #hiking

Instagram: @coastal_captures_anglesey - Tea with a view #cemaesbay #localbeach #chipsonthebeach

Instagram: @serinamarshall82 - On the summit

Instagram: @rosswishart - The view from the top of Coopers Hill, very tranquil, until I threw myself down the hill chasing a wheel of cheese!

Instagram: @chopper.smith - Cairngorms sunset pic for the horizons #scrapbookoutdoors challenge

Instagram: @peakyjoe - Sunset over Ladybower

Instagram: @chaptersandadventures - We're making the most of these summer evenings

Instagram: @thefonzlady - Looking over to Hathersage just before sunset

Facebook: Neil Wilks - Loch doon

Facebook: Lesley Spence - When the sun was just about to drop at Gairloch.

Facebook: John Sprog Sproson - #ScrapbookOutdoors taken from the top of a tor on Dartmoor.

Facebook: Judith Henson - Mam Tor - Peak District

Facebook: Helen Swain - Barmouth railway bridge on a balmy Tuesday evening

Facebook: Pamela Drewett - My 8yr old daughter finding her 'pride rock' whilst climbing her 1st Munro, Schiehallion. Perthshire spreads across the horizon

Facebook: Bobby Wilson - Manchester from Kinder Low

Facebook: Lee Diwell - View from Old Man of Coniston

Facebook: Anthony Garner - View linch hill fishery #scrapbookoutdoors

Twitter: @pottyadventures - We had some stunning horizons in the #Carneddau on Sunday @GOoutdoors . #scrapbookoutdoors #hiking #scrambling

Thank you to everybody who got involved with this week’s photo challenge theme, as usual you can click through on any of the photos above to see the Instagram and Twitter accounts behind the photo, or the original Facebook post.


What is the #ScrapbookOutdoors photo challenge?

It’s easy to get involved click here for more information, past themes and some of our favourite photos.

Tag photos you feel fit in with that week’s theme using the hashtag #ScrapbookOutdoors on Instagram and Twitter, or upload them directly onto our Facebook wall.

If your account is private, we won’t be able to see your photos unfortunately. We spotlight photos daily on Twitter and Instagram, and collect all of our favourites in our weekly recap every Wednesday.

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