This post is part of the A - Z Challenge.
I've stayed on Anglesey so many times since 1997 that a couple of years ago I'd got to the point where I thought I'd been everywhere and seen everything on the island, and I was seriously considering not camping there again for a year or two. That was until I bought a book - 'How to Photograph Anglesey' - and realised that there were many places that not only had I not seen, I wasn't even aware of.
Written by a photographer who lives on the island, the book gives the locations of various places worth photographing, directions to get there, details of the best camera settings to use, best time of day and best position for each shot. It's such an interesting and informative book that I decided that I would follow in the author's footsteps and try to get my own identical shots of each location.
So I've continued to camp on Anglesey, and that book has taken me through fields, up mountains, along various lanes, paths and tracks. I've seen, and been to, several places I didn't previously know existed and got my own near enough identical photos of each place - and following in the footsteps of the photographer has given me some of the best shots I've ever taken on that island.