Marvel and Wonder – a tale of Assiniboine

When you walk into a wilderness, and can do nothing but stop and awe at your surroundings… a brief tale of the beauty hidden from the roads of BC Continue reading Marvel and Wonder – a tale of Assiniboine

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Slipping into Rock Boots…

The story begins.  Some time ago I’d created a vision of life in the mountains.  The more I thought about it the more I realised that I wasn’t quite equipped to get where I’m going. The journey was partly kickstarted by a random meeting, that would then lead to the creation of quite a mental hurdle for how I would like to progress.  It was … Continue reading Slipping into Rock Boots…

DIY Adjustable Buoyancy Devices for Underwater Camera Strobe arms

A little story about how I came to make my own adjustable floats for my underwater camera rig, along with some instructions of how to make them yourself 🙂 You’re welcome. This little project started after a foolish omission while ordering an additional strobe for my Sony A7R II Nauticam housing.  I have 2 Nauticam carbon float arms (costing upwards of 75GBP) that I attach directly to … Continue reading DIY Adjustable Buoyancy Devices for Underwater Camera Strobe arms

Diving in Atauro… the world’s most biodiverse reef

These past few years I can hardly complain that I get a bum deal in terms of where I live for work. A few months ago I applied for a post in Timor Leste. A tiny island nation at the far end of the Indonesian archipelago (and to my embarrassment I had to look up on the map). Although I was prepared to go diving … Continue reading Diving in Atauro… the world’s most biodiverse reef

Wandering the Olympic Peninsula (Pt.1)

It was quite the feat to get going in the right direction… wayward plans resulted in a delay or a day, although I was later to be amazed by how the timing of my journey would set me on a path that has changed my world (a titivating thought to keep you coming back perhaps). I’d crossed the continent in just 5 days, perhaps too … Continue reading Wandering the Olympic Peninsula (Pt.1)