Delayed in Spain Last week my easyJet flight from Spain to the UK was delayed by 32 hours. I won’t trouble you with the details, but here are 32 examples of Spanish poster design to compensate for the 32 hours lost to the departure lounge... I have to admit, this time last week I don't… Continue reading 32 Spanish Posters
Clearing at Severals Woods I went down to the woods this morning on the way to work. And what a surprise. There’s a clearing deep in the woods where the the sun reaches the forest floor. Bracken has taken advantage of the light, and there's a pool of yellow bracken that’s turning colour as the seasons… Continue reading Down to the woods today
Kite boarding at Playa de los Lances If you don’t know the beaches to the west of Tarifa let me explain. Known as Playa de Los Lances it’s a Mecca for kiteboarders and windsurfers, drawing surf dudes and dudettes from all over the world to its 7km long sandy beach. If you take a quick… Continue reading Kite surfing at Tarifa beach
Looking at Morocco from Spain The view from our infinity pool in the hills above Tarifa looking out to Morocco... that's Tangiers port to the right and in the very far distance you can just make out the Atlas Mountains. What a heavenly view! The coast of Andalucía has to be my favourite places. Just… Continue reading Infinity pool
My first proper camera... Before anyone says ‘goodness Simon I hadn’t realised you were so old!’ I’d just like to point out that my Cosmic 35 was already an outdated camera by the time I owned one! I had mine when I was about 9 or 10 years old. I’ll not say exactly how long ago… Continue reading LOMO Cosmic 35
Here’s what millennials are talking about amongst themselves... We work extensively in the student accommodation sector and with leisure and hospitality businesses that target millennials. From a marketing perspective it’s really interesting to keep an eye on the brands that 18–34 year olds are talking about. Understanding the landscape for this age group means you… Continue reading Talking to millennials?
Early morning on the South Downs Autumn is my favourite time of the year. The light and the mist can be magical and best of all, sunrise is at a reasonable time that doesn’t require getting up at silly-o’clock to catch the first light of day! This photo was taken at Heyshott in West Sussex,… Continue reading One oak