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6 months on a Polar Bear infested island

6 months on a Polar Bear infested island

I have never learnt this much in such a short amount of time. Living on a remote island is very different than living on the mainland! We have no cars, only two tractors. I have learnt how to shoot with a rifle and to use safety precautions in regards to polar bears.
December 08, 2017 by tim frenneaux
The hometown tour with Swedish sustainable heritage brand Klattermusen

The hometown tour with Swedish sustainable heritage brand Klattermusen

The changing attitudes toward sustainability in wider society have made it easier for people to understand the position Klattermusen has taken for over 40 years that sustainability holds much deeper values than just a solid construction.
November 24, 2017 by tim frenneaux
The plastic tide is a symptom of a sickness in society: Surfers Against Sewage CEO Hugo Tagholm

The plastic tide is a symptom of a sickness in society: Surfers Against Sewage CEO Hugo Tagholm

We are trading 2 minutes of convenience today for the health of our planet. But the fact is, the planet will survive. This isn’t about the planet. Its about people.
November 22, 2017 by tim frenneaux
Discover Cymru's founder on community, creativity and responsibility

Discover Cymru's founder on community, creativity and responsibility

Choosing what to feature is a constant challenge. I try to post new photographers where possible, and I’ll always post a less known location over one of the classics. I have two objectives with selection; helping people discover new locations and helping great photographers get the recognition they deserve.
November 20, 2017 by tim frenneaux
Welsh waters afterglow

Welsh waters afterglow

I am unconcerned with distances, times and temperatures and swim for my creativity. For time and space away from distractions. I find the water gives me a great clarity of thought.
November 15, 2017 by tim frenneaux
Somewhere on the road to Bilbao

Somewhere on the road to Bilbao

To our right, the bikes were half stacked, half abandoned, our shoes and helmets scattered around the wheels thrown off sweaty brows and swollen hot feet. To our left, the others milled about with hazy expressions on their tired, sunkissed faces and beers in hand.
October 29, 2017 by tim frenneaux
Sighing silk and seas of stars

Sighing silk and seas of stars

Wild angry currents take souls every year and consequently this stretch of coast remains unloved and isolated. The length of the bay was strewn with debris from both our own tourism and fishing industries as well as foreign imports of bottles, bags and brick-a-brac from Europe and the Americas.
August 23, 2017 by tim frenneaux
The waterproofing secret other retailers won't tell you

The waterproofing secret other retailers won't tell you

When it comes to waterproof layers, the secret to longevity turns out to be washing!
August 11, 2017 by tim frenneaux
Why surfers make better environmentalists than climbers

Why surfers make better environmentalists than climbers

Surfers see an instant and tangible impact on their environment. Obvious examples of this are plastic or sewage in the oceans. It immediately impacts their health and enjoyment – they are quite literally in it – and it is unpleasant, invasive and damaging.
June 12, 2017 by tim frenneaux
Tim Nunn founder of The Plastic Project

Tim Nunn founder of The Plastic Project

I've spent 18 years going to the wildest coastlines on Earth looking for surf. Marine litter has become more and more of an issue I couldn't ignore. There was a tipping point though on a remote beach in Iceland four years ago where I found a McDonalds carton and Coke bottle, just sitting there. That was the catalyst.
May 15, 2017 by tim frenneaux