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It’s been a while since my last adventure – a four day, three night hike bivvying & hammocking a rough circumnavigation of my home town. Since then I’ve had surgery on my right hip to cure a rather painful case of hip dysplasia and despite recovery going well I’m still not 100% pain free. 674 more words

London Fashion Kick

Late March.
Bromley, UK.

Me and James (http://jmoffatt.com/) are in the front row. Waiting for the models.
The music is loud and the atmosphere is exciting. 292 more words


Duelling Marsh Harriers at Elmley

Headed across to Elmley Marshes this week for the first of my walks for the Wandering Words Project. I took my favourite walk, down the track towards Elmley Village. 271 more words

Down by the river: Greenhithe; March 2015

Shots from the riverside at Greenhithe. The QE bridge looks delicate and quite serene from here; a contrast to the experience of driving over it. The river is wide here, the riverside a mixture of industry and the sort of new developments that allow grudging access to the riverbanks. Asda trolleys abound.




The Pursuit of Happiness

Thomas Gainsborough The Morning Walk . 1785

Hearing presidential candidate, Obama stating that some American business executives are paid many times more in one day than the lowest paid worker earns in a year brought to mind Jane Austen, English novelist of the eighteenth & nineteenth centuries, who believed that Kent was “THE ONLY PLACE FOR HAPPINESS”. 25 more words


A Frenchman is on Pole for Moto3...but not the one you might have thought.

Cover Photo: motogp.com


The arrival of experienced Moto3 rider Miguel Oliveira in the Factory Red Bull KTM Ajo Team has been very successful, as the Portugese rider set the bench mark lap early on in Qualifying. 449 more words


Lifestyle Portrait session - Minster, Isle of Sheppey, Kent

2 of my friends and their families were more than happy to have a portrait session with me, despite it being pretty cold, we had a great time :-)

Dual Focus