Photography in the Countryside (Rural Photography) – Guest post by Max Therry

Exploring the countryside can bring some truly fantastic photographic opportunities. Rural settings are bursting with life, natural features and an explosion of vibrant colour. If you enjoy photography, consider heading out into the great outdoors and letting the countryside inspire you! Whilst urban landscapes and cities provide uniformity and harsh lines; the countryside can provideContinue reading “Photography in the Countryside (Rural Photography) – Guest post by Max Therry”

Getting offshore, once a year

I know that a lot of you enjoy to get active in the countryside and I hope that you get some inspiration from this guest post by Tom, ‘The Kayak Critic’ who runs kayakcritic.net.  While the modern world has brought ease to our lives, it has also resulted in stress and anxiety. To live aContinue reading “Getting offshore, once a year”

The Priory to Priory Walk

I find it strange how, although we might explore a place on foot while we are on holiday, most of us rarely take the time to explore our own local area, going off the beaten track. We tend to visit the same places again and again, whether for our daily walks with the dog orContinue reading “The Priory to Priory Walk”

Can you get outside for one hour every day in November?

Farming or land manager readers among you will probably scoff at the title of this post but for many of the population being able to spend any considerable time in the outdoors seems to be a real struggle. Computer or desk based jobs are often blamed along with the age-old ‘I’ve got too much goingContinue reading “Can you get outside for one hour every day in November?”

70 miles later. My Suffolk Coast Path Experience.

One foot ahead of the other. It doesn’t necessarily matter at what speed. You just need to keep moving forwards. The Suffolk Coast Path, which stretches from Lowestoft in the north of the county to Felixstowe in the south, is one of the lesser known long distance walking routes in England. From Friday to SundayContinue reading “70 miles later. My Suffolk Coast Path Experience.”