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Don’t let one thing define you

Experimenting through so many things helped lead me to this point, knowing a little more about who I am by not defining myself as one thing.

Blindly enjoying the natural world

Blindly enjoying the natural world just isn’t an option for me anymore; sustainable life choices and travel have become intrinsically linked and I’m wondering how I can do more. There’s more to ethical living than veganism.

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Trad at the Castle Rock of Triermain

We thought that golden hour was falling a little flat. How wrong we were. I sent the Mavic up and it captured what my own, high viewpoint eyes couldn’t quite get: an even higher sweep of the two valleys, the misty hidden mountains in the background, and the stillness of the air.

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Why you should travel solo

I am putting more value into being alone. Not just accidentally, but to actually go out and seek aloneness.

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Different perspectives

So, I packed up the camera bag and we headed out. Out into rain, heavy skies, small breaks.

old man of storr portrait

Don’t go to Skye! (in winter)

On the 1st, we woke up to quiet. It was still dark when we stumbled around the little cottage, gathering our things and hoping for, finally, a beautiful dawn.

Deer Scotland

Don’t feed the deer

You know when a simple comment leads to an adventure you didn’t quite expect? 

A selfish year

A wholly selfish year, and a lot of running before I’m even really crawling.

Writing what feels right

For the better part of a year, I’ve been swirled up in thoughts of the persona I should now be, so I could become ‘successful’.

Magic at Leeds Light Night

So, I did anybody would when confronted with a curious child – I showed her the photos and started telling her all about Light Night.

A body is [just] a body

I think back about how it felt to be the subject of a life drawing class. How sitting, standing, laying, naked made me feel liberated.