Walking the Coastline of the UK

Have you been following the progress of Quintin Lake? He is part-way through his photographic expedition called  ‘The perimeter’, which is based on him walking 10,000 kilometres around the coast of Britain.

The journey started on 17th April 2015 at St Paul’s cathedral and Quintin has been following the coast clockwise. He expect the journey will take around 5 years, and is currently around a quarter of the way through his trip after 97 days –

quintin-lake-map

Follow his progress on his web site:

www.theperimeter.uk

Or follow Quintin on Twitter (@QuintinLake), and keep up with the photographs posted each day, like this one from the Taw estuary in north Devon – just up the road from my house:

mud-ship-river-taw-quintinlake

 

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About devongeography

Head of Geography and Assistant Vice Principal at South Molton Community College, North Devon. Exeter Chiefs supporter!
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1 Response to Walking the Coastline of the UK

  1. Quintin Lake says:

    aha! so how long has that boat been there half submerged?

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