Abandoned Landscape Photography

Next on my exploration list was Newhaven Nature Reserve. The reserve itself was calm and beautiful despite being in such an industrial area. But it was behind the nature reserve that I found the site I wanted to focus my photography on for the day. An abandoned construction site. This included an unfinished roundabout with 3 roads leading nowhere and an old shopping trolley..

 

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Friston Forest Photography

Since moving to Seaford I have been trying to explore the local area as much as possible before moving up to London. First on my tick list was Friston Forest, to get there it’s a beautiful 1 hour walk over the south downs.

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Moving Out and Exploring My New home

One week ago I moved out my beloved flat in Brighton. Currently in the process of moving to London I am staying with my grandparents in Seaford while I get everything sorted. Seaford, also known as ‘Sleepy Seaford’ locally has a population of 27,000 and a 40 minute train ride away from Brighton. Within a week I have warmed to the slow pace of the town and it’s undeniable natural beauty. To get used to my new, albeit temporary home I went exploring with my cameras:

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Revisiting the Ruins (of my A-Level Photography Project)

In July, at the age of 20, I finished university after studying photography for the last 3 years. Today I had the chance to visit the site that acted as the background for the project that sparked my passion for the experimental nature of photography. Back in 2013 I chose Tide Mills,East Sussex, as the location for the last photography project I would undertake at 6th form college, where I first studied photography. Here are a mixture of photos from today and my fire project:

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Some more images from my A-Level project:

Japan Trip Stats

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Here are the facts and stats from my 24-day trip travelling through Japan:

  • Hostels stayed in:5
  • Longest time awake: 36 hours (climbing Mt.Fuji)
  • Photos taken:Over 4000 (including ones used for my time-lapse)
  • Mountains Climbed: 2
  • Bullet trains: 5
  • Weight lost: 1.5 Stone
  • Lost maps: 3
  • Packets of m&m’s consumed while climbing Mt.Fuji: 6
  • Films watched on flights: 4 + 2 TV series
  • Distance Walked: 367.8km
  • Budget per day: £15 (around ‎¥2000)‎
  • Money left: £0

 

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24 Days in Japan: Photos (Final Instalment)

The last set of images I post here from my time in Japan. This final instalment features images from the main cities we visited; Tokyo, Hiroshima & Kyoto.

 

I loved my time travelling in  Japan and can’t wait to go back to explore some more. Next up on this blog will be photos from my short but brilliant time exploring North Wales.

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24 Days in Japan: Photos (Part II)

The second instalment featuring photos from my time in Japan. This set includes photographs taken from the top of the Tokyo Sky Tree Tower (the tallest in the world) and night-time exploration in the Tokyo suburbs of Asakusa and Shinjuku.

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24 Days in Japan: Photos (Part I)

A selection of images from my time in Japan. Including night shots and sun rises photographed from Mt.Fuji and the surreal beauty that Tokyo provides. You can read my Japan Travel Diary here.

 

 

More to follow  from Japan as well as photographs from my recent trip to North Wales.

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