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Europe Part 14 – Into Italy

‘If I hadn’t seen such riches, I could live with being poor’ – James Room with a View, iPhoneView full post »

Europe Part 13 – J’entend ton coeur

‘Wealth consists not in having great possessions but in having few wants’ Epictetus St Tropez, as you do,View full post »

Europe Part 12 – The Road to Andorra

“We no longer live life. We consume it’ – Vicki Robin Somewhere on the N260 near Andorra, Canon 5d2,View full post »

Europe Part 11 – The Pyrenees

It isn’t the mountains ahead that tire you out;it’s the pebble in your shoe’ – M.Ali Dusk,View full post »

Europe Part 10 – Belchite, Wind and Tears

‘You may not be interested in war but war is interested in you’ – Leon Trotsky The sound of theView full post »

Europe Part 9 – Egg soup and water

‘The traveller sees what he sees, the tourist sees what he has come to see’ – Gilbert ChestertonView full post »

Europe Part 8 – We bones here, for yours await

“Nobody enjoys the company of others as intensely as someone who usually avoids the company of others.” –View full post »

Thundersport – Cadwell Park

Having enjoyed Donnington, I headed over to Cadwell Park to watch the final race of the season. Good ride over, cold butView full post »

Europe Part 7 – Porto, Espinho and Obidos

‘The time to relax is when you don’t have time for it’ – Sydney Harris Porto, Canon 5d2, 70-300LView full post »

Europe Part 6 – Santiago de Compostela

‘I will walk by faith even when i can not see’ –   2 Corinthians 5:7 Santiago de Compostela, CanonView full post »


I took the chance to go to the recent Thundersports at Donington park to give some support to Gawin of 58 Honda racing.View full post »

Europe Part 5 – Northern Spain and the road to Santiago

‘El turista exige, peregrino agradece’ – Anon. (The tourist demands, the pilgrim gives thanks)View full post »

Europe Part 4 – Picos de Europa

“Great things are done when men and mountains meet” – William Blake Picos de Europa, Canon 5d2, 70-View full post »

Europe Part Three – Stone, Wind, Ice and Fire

“No one realizes how beautiful it is to travel until he comes home and rests his head on his old, familiar pillowView full post »

Europe Part Two – Underpants and How to Store Them

‘Excess baggage is a symptom of something we are missing on the inside – a fear that we won’t be accepted for whatView full post »

Europe – part one, planning

“Through the clouds an open sky
 The wind flows through your watering eyes
 The sounds are pitched to draw youView full post »

A Hornet in Ireland Part 16 – Belfast to Home

“In solitude, where we are least alone” – Byron View from the Dingle to the Sheep’s Head, LeicaView full post »

A Hornet in Ireland Part 15 – Carndonagh to Belfast

“Most people wait at the dock of life waiting for their boat to come in. They realise too late that it never leftView full post »

A Hornet In Ireland Part 14 – Carndonagh and the Inishowen 100

“It is good to have an end to journey towards;but it is the journey that matters, in the end” –View full post »

A Hornet in Ireland Part 13 – Donegal to Carndonagh

“Each morning we are born again. What we do today is what matters most”   –  Buddha  Shoreline nearView full post »

A Hornet in Ireland Part 12 – Westport to Donegal

“Truth is like freedom it doesn’t fool me. Be true to yourself, never think that you’re free”View full post »

A Hornet in Ireland Part 11 – Downpatrick, Mullet and Achill

“I think I need to find a bigger place, ’cause when you have more than you think, you need more space”View full post »

A Hornet in Ireland Part 10 – Lisdoonvarna to Westport

“I climbed a mountain, not knowing that I had. Thought it was just a road from A to B”  – ArmstrongView full post »

A Hornet in Ireland Part 9 – The Cliffs of Moher and the Burrens

“In wilderness is the preservation of the world”  – Henry David Thoreau The Cliffs of Moher, Leica M9View full post »

A Hornet in Ireland Part 8 – Dingle to Lisdoonvarna

“Beware of me, it says, but if you can hold me, I am the key to all the lands” – Ralph Waldo EmersonView full post »

A Hornet in Ireland Part 7 – Slea Head

“i’m too busy working on my own grass to notice if yours is greener” Author Unknown Slea Head drive,View full post »

A Hornet in Ireland Part 6 – the Ring of Kerry

“It’s a dangerous business going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don’t keep your feet,View full post »

A Hornet in Ireland Part 5 – Bantry to Killarney

‘ If you’re lonely when you’re alone, you’re in bad company’ – Jean Paul Sartre TheView full post »

A Hornet in Ireland Part 4 – Cork to Bantry

‘I don’t want to know what time it is, what day it is or where I am. I don’t want to see anybody. NoneView full post »

A Hornet in Ireland – Part 3, (Days 1 and 2)

…and the road becomes my bride… (Ring of Kerry, Southern Loop near Staigue, Leica M9, Summicron 35mm) I hadView full post »

A Hornet in Ireland – Part 2, Equipment and Reflections

Much of this post will be about the gear I took, choice of clothes, what worked and what didn’t and a bit aboutView full post »

A Hornet in Ireland – Part One, Planning

(Sheep’s Head peninsula, Northern Shore. Leica M9, Summicron 35mm)   Photography has always interested me asView full post »

Downpatrick Head

So many photos and for the first time ever, so much video to edit. The video is going to take quite some time! Shot ofView full post »

No problem. Grand.

Coming soon – photos and video of my recent 2600 mile motorbike tour of Ireland.   Valley near the Sheep&#View full post »

For some moments in life there are no words

I didn’t know you but I saw those you touched. Rest peacefully.  View full post »


Taken at the mountain range to the North of Nottingham city centre one summers evening. Or maybe it was Southern TurkeyView full post »