Tankerton Beach Huts

Spring was reluctantly giving way to Summer in early May 2013 leaving the evenings a little cool but often coated in the golden colour of the evening sun.  Being from Wales, the Tankerton beach huts fascinated me.  Most were still boarded up for the Winter and there was visible evidence of weather wear and tear. … Read More

Wales Coast Path Ogmore-by-Sea

Ogmore-by-Sea is one of the most popular coastlines in South Wales.  Located on the Glamorgan Heritage Coast, where the River Ogmore meets the sea, there are both sandy beaches and rocky outcrops.  The cliffs and rock formations date back from the carboniferous period (290 – 360 million years ago) to the Jurassic period (145m –… Read More

Whitstable Kent

In 2013, I spent a year travelling back and forth from South Wales to Whitstable in Kent.  Whilst staying on the sea front, I saw some of the most stunning sunsets seen in the UK.  The mud flat coast line was perfect for reflections of colour as I watched the sun fall out of the… Read More

Wales Coast Path Southerndown

Wales is the only country in the world with a continuous path around its entire coast. The Wales Coast Path is 870 miles long and runs from Chester in the North to Chepstow in the South, and passing by the village of Southerndown and along Dunraven Bay. The scenery is spectacular and ever-changing. Along the… Read More