mountains

Adventure for adventures sake

It’s easy to find adventure when you’re away on holiday. What’s more rewarding is to find it a walk/drive or train ride away. The thought that you can find such beautiful views, heart pounding risks, and new experiences, just on your weekends is kind of amazing.

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When things get a bit much, and you’re living with your week days rushing past you as a small bundle chaos, there is nothing better than a little escape to get some perspective. I’d recommend it to anyone.

“Because in the end, you won’t remember the time you spent working in the office or mowing your lawn. Climb that goddamn mountain.”

– Jack Kerouac

 

The photographs above were taken in Snowdonia National Park, Wales.

Highs and lows, ins and outs

This is the last of my posts on Morocco alone, not to say it won’t feature in future posts as it has been so easy to write about what I’ve photographed there.

Lasting impressions remain thoughtfulness of character in the people, organic pure colour in the daily landscape and intrigue in the culture. There is a brightness of colour even from the beautiful ramshackle buildings, there remains mesmerising deep black volcanic rocks, and moving always, the most vivid of bright orange sands next to the perfectly opposite blue sky.

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You can choose to see everything or nothing, (if you’re really not looking hard enough). I’d suggest everything, or at least as much as your eyes can take in.