Cornish Boat Decay, Roseland Peninsula

in one of my earlier posts (here), I briefly discussed the freedom that actually carrying your camera brings versus keeping it tucked away safely in your camera bag.  It allows for a level of creativity that perhaps you don’t get when you use your tripod.I came across this abandoned boat up a creek on the Roseland Peninsula in Cornwall in amongst boats that were in a lot better condition.  It was oddly scaffolded in to place, so despite its decay it was sat upright thanks to the scaffold structure that ran through it.  I was drawn to all the wonderful intimate details that time had inflicted(?) on the boat – I could have spent a happy afternoon going over this boat, but my family were already 15 minutes ahead of me, so I had to leave to catch up :/

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Cornish Abstracts

Cornish Abstract PhotographyWith schools being out earlier in South Yorkshire, we decided to head to Cornwall.  Cornwall is a part of the country I have only visited once before, so I was keen to give it a go - more so as the distance to get...

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Across this scarred land

With the end of 2018 nearly upon us (you're probably reading this in 2019), my thoughts turn to what I'd like to cover in my blog posts in the New Year. I'm writing this as a bit of an aide memoir to myself more than anyone else, as I know from my site...

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Scaleber Force, Yorkshire Dales

Whilst on the way up to the Onlandscape landscape photography conference, I made the point of going a bit "cross country" in order to visit Scaleber Force which lies just out side of Settle on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.  I think I must...

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Borrowdale, Lake District

Having attended the Onlandscape : Meeting of Minds photography conference in early November on the edge of the Lake District, I took a couple of days off to explore the Lakes area, before heading over to the North York Moors to be a speaker at the...

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Early Autumn Explorations

I haven't been able to get out with the sole intent of "doing" photography for a good six months (probably more).  I needed to get out and decompress - and I think I achieved that on Friday.  Sat up on Curbar Edge in the Peak District looking down the...

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Landscape Inspired

I'm speaking at "#Connected : Landscape Inspired", up at The Water Wheel Inn in Liverton Village in Cleveland, on the 10th of November.  My talk is called "If this is your land, where are your stories?", taking inspiration from the book of the same title...

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