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Catching oysters on a cold winters day

February 3, 2018

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In a gap between downpours, on a cold winters day, I took advantage of a super low tide and walked from Main beach here in Woolacombe to Grunta beach without getting my feet wet (waterproof shoes). As a consequence of the super moon, the tide drains out to near zero allowing us walkers to pass […]

Day tripping Lundy dreaming

May 26, 2017

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Maytime, the early boat from Bideford, despite getting up at minus-saturday to make the 8am sailing you are rewarded with a few extra hours of island time. The weather, the fresh late spring easy and an Lundy first timer all make for a magical encounter, these shots from the full frame and standard lens have […]

Oktober Projeckt: Surf

October 1, 2016

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One photo every day in Oktober; scroll down for latest image.  Click to engorge. I haven’t taken many photos lately. Much to my shame: Work and other commitments have got in the way of ‘my essential contentment of futile wanderings’ with the camera. So, to try to re-ignite the flame ( & justify the purchase […]

Calendar 2015

January 3, 2015

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Due to various circumstances, mainly a combination of apathy and lack of time, I didn’t do a calendar this year. However with a bit of spare time on my hands at the moment due to some unexpected cracked ribs, I’ve had a trawl through all the photos ‘what I took’ in 2014 and picked out […]

Winter Wandering on Exmoor

January 23, 2014

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A chance meeting, some like-minded friends and living in one of the most awesome places on planet earth conspired to a fabulous day out exploring Exmoor today. Thanks to the knowledge and skill of Neil Osmond, we travelled to places on ‘the moor’ that I have never seen in 35 years of living in this […]

Planet. Future. Choice. Death.

January 18, 2014

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The high tides and recent storm have washed alot of debris on to our beach, a staggering amount of it was small pieces of plastic. Today the local community rallied together to clean up the beach, which is such an important resource to everyone, in astonishing numbers. Who said there was no such thing as […]

We watched the wheeling harbingers of an apocalyptic fate for mankind.

June 30, 2012

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One line poem and photos by Ester Spears. Click on an image to see it a bit bigger. Canon 5D c/w EF 50mm f1.4USM 1/2000 th @ f8 (it’s been a crap summer so far)