It’s been a wonderful summer down south…latitudinaltales.co.uk (it’s what I’ve been up too)
Lots more fodder on - http://latitudinaltales.co.uk/
This is my life right now. It’s good times.
down south, life goes on…
It’s been a wierd week, I lost a mate from down south, a inspiring man with far too few years under his belt. It’s put my own mortality into perpective and made me realise we are truly blessed to be here. More now than ever I’m going to commit to making the most of the days I have, living through experience and taking some photos along the way, to hopefully, one day, inpire others to do the same.
I know Jonno would approve.
Thanks for the inspiration fella, we will miss ya. RIP.
“This little newsprint beauty is not a nod to days of yore. It is more of an acknowledgement of things to come. This paper makes me hopeful when I look at it. It makes me hopeful that I will one day light out. That I will leave behind the trappings of what becomes a daily life to literally head into the unknown. Or at the very least not forget what it means to travel. And to be in love. And to be in love with traveling.”
Jeremy Dunn - Embrocation Cycling Journal
Right oh…I’ll soon be off for the winter and more, shipping out and heading south to the warmer seas…
…so our little publication, the Bourgeois Bicycle Caravan is available for two more weeks only!
20 pages, full colour, 100% recycled, self published, tabloid format newspaper goodness & at least 2 of your 5 a day.
A master in the art of living draws no sharp distinction between his work and his play; his labour and his leisure; his mind and his body; his education and his recreation. He hardly knows which is which. He simply pursues his vision of excellence through whatever he is doing, and leaves others to determine whether he is working or playing. To himself, he always appears to be doing both.
- L. P. Jacks
(cheers to al humphreys for the inspiration)
—— Sorry, All gone for now! ——
The Bourgeois Bicycle Caravan has landed!
In the Autumn of 2009, the trio of Jimmy Bodean, Harold Hobart Hellybutt & Del Da-Foster embarked on an expedition, along the western seaboard of france, by bicycle. With trailers brimming with the nessasities (surfyboards, box cameras, pencils and books of russian beat poetry) the trio went in search of the image perfect and the ultimate rambling tale.
This is the outcome…
20 pages, full colour, 100% recycled, self published, tabloid format newspaper… £3 including postage … just to cover the print and posting costs… we don’t be makin any money!
Principle Photography: James Bowden
Text & Illustration: George Foulds
Additional Photography: James Da Costa
Click on the little button below and I’ll get you one in the post…yeeeww…
somewhere deep in the latest whitelines snowboard magazine, is a shot of mine used for howies latest ‘find nowhere’ ad campaign. funny thing is, this is shot in the middle of august…no a flake of snow anywhere…
shot on me Rollei 35, kodak P3200. right on.
…especially when it’s a boozy, midwinter, beach, birthday celebration with your mates. yew!