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Hull: City of Culture 2017 & the Holderness Coast

Saying that I’ve been busy recently is no exaggeration. In preparation for my upcoming exhibition I’ve been frantically finishing off paintings, ordering prints, measuring for frames…all which are thoroughly exciting but had left me in need of a creative reboot. 361 more words


Photo Diary from the Central Coast

In January, my boyfriend and I spent a few days at the Central Coast to relax, unwind and recharge. It was great to be able to just throw all our things into the car, drive for about an hour and a half and be in a completely new, chilled out environment. 223 more words


142. Hastings to Rye

February 2006

This was a lovely walk taking in a wild unspoiled and hilly area of coast, dramatic scenes of coastal erosion and a port that is now marooned inland. 2,981 more words


Exploring Cape Perpetua


Cape Perpetua is located along the rocky central Oregon coast and is part of the massive 630,000 acre Siuslaw National Forest.  The coastline is famous for sights of violent waves crashing against the rocks creating large sprays of water.   498 more words

Divergent Explorers

"Bloody great crabs as big as tortoises"

Modern day floods in the UK seem to be mostly occurring and publicised from inland areas such as the Somerset Levels or from river flood plain land after heavy rain. 494 more words

Personal Life

an introduction

As part of my online journalism module at university, I’ve been given the task of setting up a blog to cover a news topic of my choice. 46 more words


493 Maryport to Silloth

This morning the sun is shining. The fine weather isn’t going to last for long, but I manage to photograph Maryport looking beautiful, with the tide in and the harbour full, and a line of wind turbines gleaming on the horizon. 1,484 more words