A quick weekend jaunt between the showers to the Brecon Beacons.
Crazy colours and sublime waters at Pedn Vounder last weekend. A wonderful beach, a stone's throw east from the more popular Porthcurno. A great chance to get away from the crowds.
More information on Pedn Vounder here.
Some photographs of this weekend's grey walk to Carn Naun, between Zennor and St. Ives
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A little weekend adventure only an hour and a half from Bristol, here are some pictures of roaming around the stunning Exmoor and the isolated little village of Porlock.
Venturing to a lesser known spot for me on the Cornish coast - the Roseland Peninsula. Think the smell of coal fires, the distant roar of the Atlantic and the warm glow of friendly and welcoming pubs in the likes of Portloe and Portscatho.
The other weekend, we took a jaunt up Table Mountain in the beautiful Brecons. It's a beautiful and enchanting climb up to wonderful Welsh views - and is a relatively easy opportunity to look below at the towns, villages, crooks and crannies of this stunning part of the UK.
For walks from Crickhowell to Table Mountain, the Brecon Beacons National Park website has a good route, however it's not hard to go wrong from the village of Llanbedr.
Some photography from a walking trip to the Old Harry Rocks in Dorset
Exploring Kingswear and Dartmouth in South Devon. Beautiful springtime, rural calm.
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Godrevy and Gwithian were perfect for the weekend - a light breeze, stunning mornings and perfect sea conditions. With the clocks going forward the weekend we were there, it was a great way to welcome in spring.
Stepping gingerly out of the car in a layby on the A5, the looming presence of Tryfan cast a terrifying shadow over the Ogwen Valley. The sharp, craggy silhouette reached high into the heavy looking clouds. Rain was imminent.
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At the end of last year I was invited to take photos for the Scarlet and Bedruthan hotel Instagram accounts. As two of the most well known and arguably most luxurious hotels in the county, I took a range of images capturing the cosy coastal location and sanctuary from the battering winds outside.
My photography and words in Coast Magazine in the March edition. A weekend in Boscastle. Some of the images below: