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The Pier

The Pier

A metal frame stands strong against the ever changing mood of the sea. Salty air blows in from the ocean, getting ever stronger as you meander further along the wooden deck.  135 more words


So to avoid coursework following coursework following exams I took a trip to Robin Hood’s Bay. Found numerous interesting Jurassic fossils including some pyritised ammonites and a pentacrinus fossil. 27 more words


Beach Fashion

Photo taken at Long Beach as I surveyed the variety of trash washed up since our recent storms. Missing your other high heel, anyone? ~SueBee


European Maritime Day: Scouring Poole for shots to come.

On the 20th of February Chris Sutton, Will Pattenden and myself travelled to Poole Harbour to investigate the location we plan to shoot in, for the upcoming European Maritime Day and associated festivals/events. 230 more words


Revolutionary Roads

by Harriet Thompson

The novelist Richard Yates has a remarkable ability to write the most unlikeable, recognisable characters, that are disturbing in their familiarity. They are the kind of people you have met at school, at work, on holiday. 972 more words


Walk then Pub: Portishead

dream home

Starting by the Lido

The Windmill Inn

by the boat club

Our turning point

Part of the coastal walk from Portishead down to Cleavedon, this seafront walk isn’t a loop but there’s so much to see that it doesn’t really matter if you are retracing your steps for the second part, and you can easily change the length of the walk depending on weather and any little feet or paws that might be with you. 188 more words