Little People Photography Project
Adam has started a simple photography project. An aim to take at least a photo a day to the theme ‘Little People’.
Inspired by photographer Randy P Martin series of photos called ‘We are Tiny’.
The photos will be uploaded here and to Grizzly Bear’s Instagram page found here; Grizzly Bear Design Instagram
Throw back to the boys.
Toe, Holy Island, England.
Zip Wire, Bethesda, North Wales
Old rabbling folk, Anglesey.
Anna, Toe, Fred.x
Back up to Scotland for the stag trip of a life time, couldn’t have got luckier with the weather, snow and waves.
Little Scottish People.
Scottish sunsets and scenery can blow your mind!
Camp fire, dancing in the dunes and party on the beach in April in Scotland!
Spot the little person?
Day eleven. Road to Ben Nevis. I was lucky enough to have 3 days in Scotland last week. I had been wanting to go for years when there’s decent snow cover and heard that they were having the best snow in 69 years, so there was no option but to drop everything and get up there. We had to time it right as a lot of the resorts do not open when it’s windy and it’s pretty much always windy! So we headed up last week when we had the first signs of Spring and had a couple of days of excellent snowboarding.
Day ten. Glencoe Summit.
Day nine. Glen Nevis, very flat open area at the top of Glen Nevis, with Ben Nevis to the right.
Day eight. I had to leg it through a bog to get this one of these guys before they vanished over the horizon!
Day seven. The Little People Project has a new rule! A lovely walk through Macclesfield Forest.
Day six. 3 fellow hikers in the Lakes.
Day five. Monday 3rd March (aka Big Monday), a huge very long period swell arrived this day so it was an emergency trip to the isle, it was a huge shock that it was sunny and pretty warm after the winter just gone.
Day four. A truely Little Person, running down Holyhead Mountain!
Day three. Mac Forest.
Day two. ‘Toe!”A great ramble through the countryside on the Scottish Borders.
Day one. ‘Little People Project’ is born! This is taken in my local ‘meadow’ great for walking the dog!