Dungeness

I was never much of a reader at school, and if truth be known I am still not. The occasional book will grab my attention for a few short days, I read it and promptly forget it. Perhaps that is something of the photographer and artist in me:...

Rob Zeigler

Unexpected Surprises in Positano

Positano, a small coastal village on the Amalfi Coast in Campania, Italy, is a well-known travel destination for anyone seeking peace and relaxation in a beautiful, sun-drenched location. In an essay that he wrote for Harper's Bazaar in 1953, author John Steinbeck said, "Positano bites deep. It is...

Roaming the Seas with Rachel Rudwall

Rachel Rudwall is a modern day explorer who, on any given day, can be found diving the depths of the world's oceans or scaling its renowned peaks. She is a traveler after our own hearts. Her adventures have spanned climbing the heights of the 5,895 meter (19,341 foot) Mount...

Sicily, Cefalù, Italy

Cefalù

The scent of jasmine floated on the early evening air as we exited the train station, the sun’s golden light reflecting off the face of a nearby cliff. Only a few blocks’ walk to go. But let’s back up. Nine hours earlier… It was roughly 11AM local time, and we were...

Margate, Kent

Margate, Kent

Once a thriving seaside town popular with families from the east end of London who visited at weekends and also where Mods and Rockers in the 1960s and 70s would clash on bank holiday weekends, Margate is now raising its game once again. [blockquote text='a traditional seaside town may well...

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Lighthouses of the World

Lighthouses are perhaps one of the most beautiful man made structures along any given coast. They are often the subject of postcards and romantic visions of a solitary light beckoning their captain's return. These towering sentinels are as varied as the people that inhabit their surrounding lands...

Mike Anderson F/V Rimrack Squid

Fishing Squid

When you get an opportunity to fish squid, you take it. I once again got a chance to head out on the F/V Rimrack with Captain Mike Anderson, his wonderful daughter Kelsea, and hammer-beard deckhand Brian Flood. I also went out with them in April 2015 to shoot and write...

Robert Marsters Copyright

“Wickies” – Keepers of the Light

Eighteen miles north of Boston in a town both tony and tough; the Atlantic relentlessly crashes onto its rocky coast, and the eight-legged iron exoskeleton of the Marblehead Light stands tall (105-feet) and silent as it gives mute testimony that when it comes to the ocean, humanity is...

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Baja Boundaries

The breaking waves in Las Gaviotas, Baja are no different than the waves found in LA. The sharp yucca dotting the rolling hills of West Tijuana are the brothers of the yucca found along the Southern California section of the Pacific Crest Trail. Though the imaginary and physical...