A before and after of that time I found a sea-urchin shell and carried it for miles before dropping it 

Some photos I took in January have been sent to China to be exhibited at a photography festival in a city called ‘Pingyao’ 

The 18-742 bus between Leknes and Moskenes was a bus ride that made up for a lifetimes worth of bad public transport experiences. 

Here is the last page of an essay I wrote about my work, titled 'Hiraeth'. I am in the process of updating my website and finding ways to include some written work. 

I processed the first of many rolls of film from Norway and the one I chose only has photos of boat and bus rides (This is the ferry between Bodø and Moskenes) 

Some answers to a lot of questions

I have been inundated with questions since those iPhone pics, so rather than trying to answer them all and clogging everyones feed I am going to answer the most recurring ones here.

Q. Do you live outside?
A. This is the most frequently asked question and once and for all NO I do not live outside I live in a house like most normal people, I just occasionally camp outdoors when I am travelling!

Q. Do you have a job?
A. No I don’t (but I really should probably try and get one soon)

Q. How do you afford to travel?
A. I have a very large overdraft and a knack for filling out funding applications. I am also Welsh and we are known for being very thrifty.

Q. Where did you take that pic of the tent?
A. Horseid Beach, Lofoten Islands - Norway! It was paradise and a long way away from anywhere, which was exactly what I needed.

Q. How many countries have you visited?
A. This year I have been to Italy, Slovenia, Austria, Switzerland, France, Spain and Norway

Q. What camera do you use?
A. I use a Contax G1/T2/sometimes a very smashed iPhone 4

Q. Is camping safe?
A. It is if you use common sense and don’t camp anywhere near bears/wolves/high security prisons/haunted houses (Make sure you are near water and have plenty of food)

Q. Are there a lot of bugs?
A. Yes, insects outnumber humans by 200 million to one. (A terrifying statistic - I used a lot of insect repellant on my last trip) 

Q. How did you charge your phone?
A. I got this question a lot, often posed rather aggressively for some reason. I only turned my phone on about three or four times on my last trip (always on airplane mode) and I have a little battery pack for emergencies. 

Q. Do you get lonely?
A. Yes, but if I didn’t do things by myself I wouldn’t do anything at all.

(For the people who sent messages that were not questions but nice things about me and my work, thank you, they all made great reading and I am very touched)

Plane views from the last fortnight (approaching Bodø and London)

Here are some phone pics of my sleeping arrangement for the past few days (living outdoors is the best)

I am back from Madrid and I already miss it. I did some nice home things to distract myself (eating good food/waking up in time for the good morning light)

Some instagram pics from the rainforest house in Madrid’s Botanic Garden

I wanted to do a post to remind everyone that I am still alive even though I haven’t posted anything for two weeks. After living in Madrid I have spent much less time on the internet and a lot more time having fun (I think I have turned into perhaps the happiest boy in the entire world so it feels only right to put up this selfie that was taken when I was convinced I was the saddest boy in the whole world)

I am going to be doing quite a bit of travelling in June and July, last time I did a little holiday I took a lot of photos like this for instagram, so if you would like to keep up with me while I travel around Spain and Norway, you should follow me! 

I don’t know why I have started to only post diptychs, its completely unintentional

I have spent quite a lot of time with Martha at her country house recently 

Rhododendron season is nearly over but don’t worry guys I have taken enough photographs to last us until next spring