To celebrate 10 years of BBC Countryfile Magazine, we ask a few of our fantastic photographers to reveal their favourite shots – and why they are so special.
From Peak District hikes to kids in the woods, what are the editorial team’s most memorable experiences with the magazine over the past decade?
Walk this Wye
Kate Humble explores the length of the Wye Valley from source to her home near Chepstow in the company of Teg.
Captain Craven’s canal adventures
John Craven and his grandsons take on the challenge of navigating the beautiful Llangollen Canal in a narrowboat.
Waves of joy
Naomi Wilkinson reveals her happy place – the surfing hotspots of North Cornwall.
Rambling the ridgeway
Bill Bailey walks the length of Britain’s most ancient road – 100 miles from Ivinghoe Beacon to Avebury.
With the Giant’s Causeway and beaches that put California to shame, the Antrim Coast is Matt Baker’s new favourite getaway.
Isle of birds
Steve Brown and his nephews go birdwatching on his home turf of the Isle of Sheppey – a haven for rare species.
The pretty fishing villages of Porthleven and Polzeath hold a special place in Adam Henson’s heart.
Sean Fletcher guides us around his great escape– south Wales’ sublime coastline, the Gower peninsula.
On your cover
Sean Fletcher at the Penllergare waterfall near Swansea, photographed by Oliver Edwards.
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