Two more days and we will be leaving Facebook for Good, so far about 20 of my contacts on FB have registered to the site or subscribed to the newsletter. If, and I encourage you to do so as it encourages me, you ever wish … Continue readingConcentrating my Energies
Or is it Running Late… Last October we returned to Jersey just prior to the Standard Charter Jersey Marathon. I’d just purchased the 50mm f1.8 Z mount prime for my Z6 and so decided to catch the bus down to the Start/Finish to see what … Continue readingRunning Backwards
Saronkot, a mountain that overlooks Pokhara is one of the short treks that nearly everyone who comes to Nepal does. At 1600m it rises 900m above Pokhara and from it one gets a great view of the city below, particularly at Sunrise. It’s been on … Continue readingWhen the sun sets, on a sunrise
Like me, the cabbage in Nepal isn’t as green as it’s cabbage looking, I put it down to the Irish blood, (just look at Wayne Rooney). The same excuse though can’t be said for Nepal, a net importer of food when it shouldn’t be. Lying … Continue readingNot All Cabbages are Green
My Out of Office, Office A trip to Pokhara for most tourists often means a few days, or weeks, frequenting the bars and restaurants of Lakeside in, or not, between treks . Whilst only 160Km from Kathmandu it’s a bit of a long bus ride … Continue readingM & S Coffee House
Like the universe’s expansion it would seem that climate change is accelerating too! For whilst Australia burns here in Nepal we are having a second monsoon. The average precipitation rates for the winter months are normally a 20-30 millimetres, the product of little more than … Continue readingA moonsoon in the dry season
Here you will find pictures of people, sports, landscapes and wildlife as well as the projects I work on. All Images are available to purchase and all proceeds from sales will go to funding the work of Persephone Habitat and Soil Management; an enterprise dedicated … Continue readingThis is my photo blog!