After the recent success of the HBO series based on the Chernobyl Disaster, I reflected on my visit to the area last year.
It is hard to describe visiting the Chernobyl Exclusion zone. It is a time capsule, abandoned in haste and never returned to. Nature has reclaimed the area, with its last few inhabitants making a stand and refusing to leave despite the risks.
Surfing in arctic
Photography shindig in Cannes
Making a surfing plane with Otter Surfboards
Surprising Alison with feeding Giraffe :)
Wales is wet, thats a given.
Not a given, 10cm of rain fall and wind gusts above 70mph.
An awesome weekend of exploring, testing the water resistance of camera gear, and having a bloody good time.
The wolves workshop is amazing. It is more than a workshop, it feels like home.
I have been to a few workshops, and each time all the photos I take sit on my hard drive to die. Being surround by incredible talented people is inspiring, but is hugely intimidating when it comes to sharing photos.
I had a Fuji X100 I hadn't used much, so this year I strapped it to my belt, embraced my inner tourist, turned on that built-in flash and took some snaps.
This is my wolves experience.
Surfing, coffee, good food and tattoos.
I wrote something deep and meaningful, then deleted it. Here are some holiday snaps from a trip to the sea with my beautiful wife on my 30th birthday
A weekend surfing getaway on the Pembrokeshire coast cursed with high winds and stormy weather.
Following coffee and breakfast in Bristol we headed for Llangenith. After a missed turn, getting stuck on a waterlogged lane and paying a farmer to retrieve us, we spent the weekend exploring the cost, bouldering and heading to Afan for some Mountain biking.
There are lots of photos. Sorry, not sorry.