"Derek – Your beautiful photography has really enhanced Anglotopia and we’re so chuffed that we get to look at your work every two weeks. Keep up the great work!"
Jonathan Thomas, Anglotopia.net
"Derek was excellent. He also very kindly asked for his fee to be donated to a charity of our choice, but something to do with nature"
John Riley, Chairman, Atherton & District Amateur Photographic Society
"I just wanted to say a great big thanks for all your help in promoting and participating in the Love Your National Parks Tweet-a-thon!"
Paul Hamblin, Director, National Parks England
"I am hoping to purchase your photo of the Singing Sands, Ardnamurchan for use in a book and it is of interest to know if your sympathetic eye for the landscape of Scotland is to do with your genes, your residency or just good taste !"
Ginnie Atkinson, Photograph Manager, Scotland The Best 100 Places
"These are extraordinary pictures. They make me feel as if I am part of the visit."
Laura Hamill, Writingevolution.com
"Hi Derek...Llyn Cwynch is on my ancestral property, and I love your beautiful photo!"
Susan Anway, Diskarnate
"Thanks – as always, you have some great, evocative photos. The Black Isle and Moray Coast have big skies ! We’ll need to explore some of the places you visited."
Ewan - Wild About Scotland
"This is the work of Derek Fogg and he has concentrated on quality over quantity and the prices for prints are tempting too. Hopefully, there will a slowly enlarging range over because what's here already is alluring."
"Yes, the First Snow framed print arrived safely the other day ................. It's gorgeous, I'm very happy with it and it will have pride of place in my flat."
"I am absolutely delighted with everything you have done for me - it meant so much that you'd gone to all that effort for me and it arrived on day of ......"
"It's just such a fantastic shot for us to help communicate the beauty of this walking trail." and "It really is a stunning shot, we rarely get to see so much Path in one photo which is why it caught my eye!"
Becky Millington, Communications Officer - South West Coast Path Association