Lines

Black lines, nature’s brush strokes across the heaving, breathing skin of the earth.

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Tua Nua

Between the ocean and the rock a fire burns, fuelled by the bones of the land… All I need. Stone, sea, sun, wind, undeterminedness; these elements are anchors for your

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Slow Fish

Living fast, eating slow… Ian Perry Kinsey, the ‘modern fisherman’ from Norway and husband-wife team from Netherlands put small-scale fisheries and the Slow Fish movement in perspective…  

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New Shoes

Someplace new, someplace wild, walking on the edge and facing east. Trying out these ‘new shoes’ for size, they’re fitting better than I thought… A dance at dark will put

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Valuing Nature

How do we value nature? “Great ideas are susceptible to unintended consequences…” – Joe Confino Why should we value nature? http://www.valuing-nature.net

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The Good Life

At dawn, when you have trouble getting out of bed, tell yourself: “I have to go to work – as a human being. What do I have to complain of,

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Get Climbing

  My new-found addiction – bouldering, but it’s not just for adrenaline junkies (although there’s plenty of that too). You may ask¬†what the hell is bouldering?! Just over a month

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Letting go of 2010 and welcoming 2011… Steaming Bath… A beautiful Mully beast… Tow partners… LA star-style… surfing sisters… XXL nominated wave… Exploring the So-Cal coast… Back home in the

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Thy infinite gifts come to me only on those very small hands of mine. Ages pass, and still thou pourest, and still there is room to fill. – Gitanjali Everything

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