Brighter Later

14 September 2012 // Photography

7. Lincolnshire Brighter Later is a journey around Britain looking out to sea from each coastal county Lincolnshire is the second largest county in England, it borders Cambridgeshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire, Yorkshire, Rutland, Norfolk and Northamptonshire. The border with Northamptonshire is only only 20 yards long, the shortest in the country, it hardly seems worth it […]

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Brighter Later

14 August 2012 // Photography

6. Lothian Brighter Later is a journey around Britain looking out to sea from each coastal county About half an hour to the east of Edinburgh lies North Berwick in the county of Lothian, it’s been there for at least 2000 years and was first recorded as Northberwyk in 1250. It’s a pretty place now […]

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Brighter Later

4 July 2012 // Photography

5. Glamorgan Brighter Later is a journey around the British Isles looking outward from the coastline of each county. Glamorgan’s terrain has been inhabited by mankind for over 200,000 years. The County of Glamorgan was established in 1535 and my family have lived there for donkey’s years. Choosing a location was difficult, there were so […]

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Brighter Later

1 June 2012 // Photography

4. Fife Brighter Later is a journey around the British Isles looking outward from the coastline of each county. “a beggar’s mantle fringed wi gowd” King James VI of Scotland I’m in Kinghorn on the Fife coast, I’m also covered in green slime having fallen down the sea wall onto the beach. It’s early morning […]

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Brighter Later

19 April 2012 // Photography

3. Essex Brighter Later is a journey around the British Isles looking outward from the coastline of each county “You ever have to go to Shoeburyness Take the A road, the OK road that’s the best. Go motorin’ on the A13″ A13 Trunk Road To The Sea by Billy Bragg I ignore the Bard of […]

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