"It is very easy to feel gloomy about the Brexit vote. But we are not powerless."
Granite shelves yellow-faced the heron solitude beaks his habit wings protect him from callous wind flight the lighthouse with its vision seeks him Skin clad curragh…
"Since the land cannot speak for itself, who will speak on its behalf?"
Will uneconomic farming on marginal lands be a win for wilderness?
“Our islands are splinters off a massive core to which we also belong”
"The storm is with us. Standing in the dunes in the indifferent lash of rain sideways feels like being part of a community"
"My relationship with the natural world has been knocked all to hell."
Will birds and animals die as a direct result of leaving the EU?
Amid the political clamour since the Referendum, no one in power has yet spoken up for nature in the UK.
In the footsteps of R.M. Lockley: "I sit on the highest point of the island and see the sea all around."
A short film exploring the watery landscape of Dartmoor and relics of its past.
Exploreing the human labour that an abiding mark upon the Cumbrian Fells.