My stories

Maritime Wasteland

I've walked past the same spot many times before, but with my current Social Sciences assignment fresh on my mind I found myself looking at this area in a different way.

Why do it?

With more choice available today than in our entire history, have you ever wondered why we make certain decisions over others?

10 Things You Don’t Know About Me

I’ve been blogging on and off for a little while now. I thought I’d take a minute to give you a bit more insight into who I am and what makes me tick.

The Curse of Expectation

After actually being outside with my camera, there's nothing more exciting than planning my next adventure.  I'll research the area I'm going to profusely.  I'll use many different websites and apps to help me visualise the shot I want. 

The Journey

Having never walked the Miners Track at Mount Snowdon before, doing so at 4am, and on my own, probably isn't up there with the most sensible things I've ever done.  Yet there I was, in thick darkness with only my head torch to light the way.

Mental Health Awareness Week

Until last Tuesday, I had no idea that this week is Mental Health Awareness Week.  Speaking personally, the timing couldn't have been more perfect.  Seems like a weird thing to say about mental health issues, when is there ever a perfect time!