Early Morning Serenity on Flickr.

This was taken at about 5am, when it was just us and a few fishermen in Whitby, way before the tourists flocked in.

I used a simple black and white long exposure to portray the peacefulness of the morning, something unusual in such a busy town.

Always Hungry on Flickr.

After a long period of my mum talking to and feeding this squirrel most days, she now lets us get pretty close to her, providing we’re wielding peanuts…

Aislaby Under the Stars on Flickr.

This is where me and my girlfriends family stayed up in Whitby, a lovely set of cottages in an awesome location.

I read that the night skies up in the York Moors are some of the best in the UK, and even with a nearby town, it lived up to the expectations.

Newquay on Flickr.

Me, my girlfriend, and some mates went to Newquay for a few days this week, i’d forgot how much fun the waves are, all i need to do to properly enjoy them is learn to surf…

I used my mates GoPro to get this shot, which has made me really want a waterproof casing for my camera.

Whitby Sunrise on Flickr.

When the 4 of us saw overcast skies after getting up at 4.30 we weren’t too happy, but we definitely weren’t going to go back to bed.
Luckily by the time we got down there the clouds were starting to clear, and although it took a while for the sun to break through it was well worth it, there’s just something wonderful about watching the sun rise.

A Cloudy Cader Idris on Flickr.

After a couple of years of saying we’d climb Cader, me and my friends finally got round to doing so during grad week.

Annoyingly the weather was pretty bad so we didn’t make it to the summit, but the clouds did look awesome rolling over the mountain.

Totland Rocks on Flickr.

Another shot of the beautiful sunset on the first night, i tried to get a shot of these rocks last year but i didn’t manage to get a keeper, this time i went home satisfied.

I cant help but love the battered old Totland pier, its rubbish but strangely charming.

It’s been a while since the wire wool last came out, but its great fun, especially when you’re surrounded by non-flammable things.

We all had a go but this one in particular was my attempt to create a sphere.

This was taken during a wonder into around the new forest on our way to the Isle of Wight, as soon as i spotted the opening i had a shot like this in mind.

Did you know the New Forest isn’t new at all, it was created by William the Conqueror as a royal hunting ground almost 1000 years ago.

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