Putting Things Into Perspective

There’s nothing I like more than grabbing my camera, heading outdoors and getting lost in my own little world. Unfortunately, it doesn’t happen as much as I’d like it to. Being self-employed and working from…

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New Year, New Blog Post

I struggle with concentration, and if I have more than one thing to do at a time, I begin to feel overwhelmed. I become consumed by that sinking feeling, much like trying to tread water…

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Exploring Tegg’s Nose Country Park

My dad is like a walking sat nav, except for the fact that whenever I ask him where a place is, he really does know where it is. Before retiring he worked in sales and…

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The Wish Tree

I’ve walked the road that leads up to Stock Ghyll Force too many times to remember; overshadowed by trees and hidden from sunlight it’s always sheltered and slightly chilly. So back in May when Ian…

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Why I’m Excited About The Future

As I sit here pondering over events from the last month, I realise just how much my life has changed in the past 5 years. In 2009 Ian and I took a month out to…

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Autumn Is Here

Fallen leaves are scattered across the floor and droplets of dew twinkle in the sun like diamonds. I close my eyes as I take a deep breath in and feel the cool damp air make…

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Walking Through Clouds {Mount Snowdon Descent}

As I looked out across the sea of clouds I realised I was on top of the world. Apart from the warm glowing sun, the sky was devoid of anything. The last of the crowd…

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Walking The Rothay Circuit

The Lake District was the first place that Ian and I went on holiday together. We stayed in a small log cabin in Ulverston, so it wasn’t technically ‘the Lake District’, but it was all…

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Fade To Black

Ian tells me I have the attention span of a goldfish and in some situations this is true. When choosing a film to watch my first question is, ‘how long is it’? If it happens…

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