Brownstone to Berry Head

I took a trip down to Devon last week, and recruited some family to join me on quite a challenging cliff walk! As well as being very good exercise (always look on the bright side) it was also a chance to carry on with my exploration of the British coast. The views driving up were really enticing with lots of breaks through the hills to tease the sea views. We used the handy national trust car park, Brownstone and took the circular walk along the coast. The first part of the walk looked on towards Kingswear and the mouth of the Dart river. I loved the way the rolling hills frame the sea and curve back round behind it creating layers headland which fade away into the distance. The slight cloud

An Inspirational Trip

One of the most important parts of my work is staying inspired and finding new sources and locations to bring back into the studio. One of my most recent trips was to Hastings country park on the south east coast of England. After seeing some glowing reviews of its walks and views and I was not disappointed. It was incredibly diverse and where one minute I was in a wide open field the next I was winding down a path alongside a waterfall. The main draw for me however was the striking headland views, with steep cliffs and open sea views, as well as pebble beaches and rolling waves. Day one took us along the cliff path which is quite breathtaking, the low sun made an intense shimmering pool of

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