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The Beast from the East
  • The Beast from the East

  • It's still hard to wrap my head around, I feel blessed that we have roof over our heads. The Beast from the East hit full force. The snow came down thick and fast, it was beautiful. We lost Happisburgh Lighthouse in the frozen feathers and sat by the roaring fire we safely watched the white [...]
Heading to the North West
  • Heading to the North West

  • We travel back to the North West three or four times a year to visit family. I was born in Rochdale. I spent my early childhood in Smithy Bridge, a village by Rochdale Canal close to Hollingworth Lake. With every visit, the familiarity lessens, I feel like I am seeing the places for the first time.[...]
Winter on the Coast
  • Winter on the Coast

  • Living on the coast during winter is something that summer trips to the seaside will never prepare you for, especially on the north sea. There is something absolutely beautiful about the solitude of the coast in winter. I enjoy the vibrancy that comes with summer tourism, meeting new peo[...]
  • Food

  • I absolutely have to state that I have no ambition to become a food photographer. I love food, I love the colour and I love the texture but I especially enjoy the fact that as my son has said 'if it looks bad then I don't want to eat it'. This aesthetical judgement is one that is made to of[...]
  • Dilham

  • Dilham is a small village in North Norfolk sitting alongside the North Walsham and Dilham canal. This beautiful part of North Norfolk sits close the Weavers Way which is 61 miles trail from Cromer to Great Yarmouth, taking you through a variation of landscapes passed flint[...]