Sometimes a landscape contains too much for me - the light moving, sea changing, wind blowing so I  try to drink in a place before I can drill to what it is that sums it up. The Penwith Peninsular in Cornwall is a place I love to return to. I am beginning to understand and navigate this special tip of mainland Britain - it's heritage, culture and landscape left littered from its tin mining past. Even better if I can skip across to The Isles of Scilly! I tend to get quite involved in a place and return there. Iford - a beautiful cotswold hamlet near Bath is another such place. Nash point was at the end of the lane where I lived in Wales for 10 years. The woods above my Mums house in Cheltenham, a new found beach on North Devon have caught my eye also and a derelict farm outside Bath.