Antony Hurst, Photographer
Antony Hurst, Photographer, Web Designer.
The image below is from that day and remains one of my favourites, I think it sums up beautifully the atmosphere at Sandymouth Bay on the north coast of Cornwall.
My passion for photography stretches far beyond landscapes, I will photograph anything and enjoy trying to make it look good or at least interesting.
Books Reviews and More
Hello and welcome to my site please be aware I'm not a professional reviewer or interviewer I'm just a bookworms who would like to share my passion for reading.
I would like to send a huge thank you to all the wonderful authors who continuously take part in my interviews, your time and participation is very much appreciated.
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Highest quality Cannabis photography, 3D models and cannabis art from THC Medic. Stunning Macro photography with full back to front focus created bt stacking images. Sit back and relax enjoy the music and images.
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Clay Clay shop is based in Bembridge Village, It is a good new curiosity shop that even has a grand piano in the middle of it.
It is run By Tim who is an artist himself, has many local artists works on display. Well worth a visit maybe even dress up that mannequin of his :D Clay Clay....click
Quality music, chat, quizzes and more all here on Reclaimed Radio. Kyle RickardsRadio Producer, Presenter & Station Owner/Manager. David HallRadio Presenter
David Hall plays tracks from five decades of classic and progressive rock! Beth WIlliamsRadio Presenter
Beth Williams: Indie Folk Americana Singer Songwriter – Storyteller – Yodeler – Hippie Bohemian Cowgirl who loves to singm, Closes each show with one of her own songs! and much more Reclaimed Radio....click
The Ohmz formed when five goats from a farm wandered into reggae and tea night at the local, discovered they shared a love of tea (and reggae) and decided to write some songs about that.
They now spend their time performing their own brand of upbeat and funky reggae, with ska highlights and jazz overtones.
Think if Bob Marley had covered White Stripes. Now throw in some of The Clash, and a touch of Sublime. Serve with a generous portion of warm harmonious horns.
In between festival appearances and recording EPs, they can often be found wandering their native Isle of Wight habitat, or simply enjoying a nice cup of tea.
The Ohmz website