These are my final Images.
I haven’t put up 2 things of Eynsford Castle Ruins or Lullingstone Castle due to agreement that I don’t use it for commercial use.
All this week I will be going to each of my locations I have got permission already for one of the locations I need to get one more permissions but as people say I am in the middle of no where and have many different locations so I will be doing that all this week and also will be traveling up to london to get some pictures of billboards
I have found a few more magazines that are quite similar to National Trust.
BBC Country File - They have recently launch a new series on BBC 1 Planet Earth Live where they are following baby animals through test of life. The scenery is amazing.
English Heritage - http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/daysout/ this is very similar to National Trust I feel that there is more activities with English heritage for children to make it more interesting and National Trust is more about preserving what they are looking after.
Kent Life - There are some nice photos in here of places around Kent.
Scottish Memories - This is about history in Scotland.
Country Smallholding - this is to do with farming animals.
Country Life - has its own website and tv programme, it has lots of different things going on what you can get out of the countryside, properties, gardens, living, culture, art and many more things.
Country Walking - It is pretty much what it says, it has pictures of walks in the country that are interesting.
Peak District Life - http://www.archantlife.co.uk/advertising-regions-mid-west-and-midlands-peak-district-life-magazine—8198 The pictures in this are breath taking and this is the magazine that is about things you can do in the Peak District.
National Geographic - http://environment.nationalgeographic.com/environment/?source=NavEnvHome This magazine takes pictures of just about everything weird and wonderful but they have a page on their website about the environment which has really nice pictures.
I was waiting in the doctors surgery and came across this magazine and looked at the images and they looked like something National Trust would have in their brochures, posters and magazine.
I took my dogs for a walk and took some photos to get an idea of what I want the pictures to look like and what the location is like. I think that is what national trust would want to see.
Lullingstone castle - need to call owners when they get back
Eynsford Castle Ruins - need to call
These are some images of the the two locations I have so far.
I live in Eynsford and they have a castle ruins which is owned by English Heritage but I have got in contact with people that are involved to ask for permission I just need to contact 1 last person called Karen, which I have her email and phone number.