Bangor University…

‘Education is what survives, when what has been learned has been forgotten’ ~ B.F. Skinner With my time at University coming to an abrupt end a few weeks ago, I’ve had the chance to reflect on what the last 4 years at Bangor have meant to me. I entered my undergraduate degree an introverted and shy individual but excited about the prospect of completing my degree in the field of psychology. Fast forward three years later and I have graduated with a psychology degree and am coming to the end of completing my masters in Applied Behaviour Analysis. Socially and … Continue reading Bangor University…

With Thanks…

It’s one of the best feelings having people around you that support your passion and even share the same passion as you. It makes the adventures all the more exciting. Today I just want to be grateful for those people that have supported me with my photography, those that like every post, those that share the photographs, those that provide positive feedback and those that follow me on my escapades! You are all an important part of why I continue to do what I do so thank you… Continue reading With Thanks…

Silver Bells & Cockle Shells

Exploring the beaches on Anglesey has become a regular habit for the weekends when the weather is looking good. Beaches have always been one of my favourite places to visit wherever I am, either in Cornwall or in Wales, there’s something very therapeutic about a trip to the beach. Searching for rockpools is one of the first things I do now when I go to the beach, and I suppose that comes from years practise with my Dad on holidays. Continue reading Silver Bells & Cockle Shells