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This was my favourite morning on our trip along the Pembrokeshire coast last September. Waking up early, we wanted to use the time to go to the beach of the little village we stayed. Dale has about 200 inhabitants, so … Continue reading
Walking on water.
Almost every of my hikes involves cake as a reward. The most ephemeral thing that could exist in my life. This was my reward for my hike from Salisbury to Amesbury via Stonehenge. A long walk on a fantastic, warm … Continue reading
A fresh breeze on the South coast of England: The whole story about Southease to Rottingdean:
The Hardknott Roman Fort is one of the most remote Roman forts in Britain. You can find it in the Eskdale Valley in Cumbria, England, and it’s dated from the early 2nd century CE when the Emperor Hadrian ruled in … Continue reading
(Yes, I jam.) One of the most important things in the mountains is safety. And what could be better than an orange jacket that secures high visibility? You can be spotted from the next-door peak, from the ground, and even … Continue reading
On my trek on the West Highland Way in Scotland, between Inverarnan and Tydrum, I found this bridge. We came down the path on the left hand side and sometimes it’s really worth looking back. It looked almost surreal, like … Continue reading
Uh, I love this week’s photo challenge “Scale”. This picture shows a tiny human being standing in front of the Snowdon, Wales’ highest mountain.
My thoughts on this week’s photo challenge: There is a difference between what you see and what is real.