The Bees are sharing

Once the sun came out in September the bees seamed to be making up for lost time. This post is a slide show of stills from my wild flower filming in Braunton Burrows, a Biosphere Reserve, designated by UNESCO. It’s a magical place, the two people who have helped me explore and understand it, are Mary and John Breeds. Mary has written a book about the wild flowers that you can pick up in Braunton Countryside Centre. You will be able to see the footage of the flowers and dunes in one of my surf movie projects, I will let you know when its released. The music is from the ONEDAY project sound track and was written by Clive Reeve.

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video journals

Welcome to my video journal from the North Devon coast. I try and post something meaningful or beautiful here every week.

If you really enjoy these micro movies, some of them can be found as bonus material on my NOTCALIFORNIA DVD

video journals

  • Community Arts mural
  • Laird Hamilton
  • The girls bike and the gold fish
  • Spring has sprung
  • journalentry_disruptivegoat
  • Summer feelings
  • The Devon 11
  • Light and clarity
  • Helifest
  • The joy of flowing movement
  • footpaths peelers and caves
  • Lundy to Woolacombe swim - they did it!
  • Dolphins
  • Paul O’Grady
  • journalentry_gulfstream
  • ONEDAY in Woolacombe

image journal

  • not yesterday
  • Inverted perceptions
  • Exotic location
  • Standing stones
  • Surrealism
  • Vapourous ships of the dawn
  • Metal detectors behind me
  • Hands up this is a stick up
  • It's behind you
  • Stiff offshore
  • First drop in temperature for weeks
  • Towers of rain
  • Great anvils of moisture
  • The architect of the tide
  • Bird botherer
  • Serene scene

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