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'Haeckels is a natural fragrance and skin care brand.
Our skin, hair and body products are a work of love; a love of natural ingredients, a love of design and quality but ultimately a love of the heritage of coastal living. All our hand crafted products are formulated in our cliff top Lab in Margate where we only use and distill locally growing botanicals that offer the very best anti-oxidant properties.'
The Jurassic Coast consists of Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous cliffs, spanning the Mesozoic, documenting 185 million years of geological history. The site can be best viewed from the sea, when the dipping nature of the rock strata becomes apparent.
A boat trip around Sian Ka'an, humidity of a rainforest and travelling to Ancient Mayan Temples.
Endless inspiration and daily visits to the coast.
'Azo Equipment started as an idea for better carrying equipment in 2005. The inspiration for the brand came during an expedition to Ethiopia. 'Azo' is the Ethiopian word for Crocodile. Taken from the Crocodiles of the Bashilo River, our values of durability and mystery are combined with a dedication to travel.
We aim to design bags and other travel related products that are of the highest quality, offer a new style in carry and are long lasting. We use only the strongest materials and methods for assembling and testing our backpacks. Bridging the gap between technical performance equipment and style, our products can be used all over the world and are made to last a lifetime.'
The Miners’ Track was built to serve the Britannia Copper Mine on Snowdon but it is not the route originally used to serve the mine.
In the beginning, miners lugged the copper up the eastern side of the mountain, to be drawn down the other side to Llyn Cwellyn by a sledge drawn by two horses. From Llyn Cwellyn, the copper was taken by horse and cart to Caernarfon. The road from Llanberis to Pen y Gwryd (the A4086 today) was opened around ten years later, and so this more practical route was used.
A studio visit to traditional Wooden Boatbuilder Marcus Lewis.
Featured in Volume Two of the Water Journal. Photographs to accompany Words by Dom Bridges about neglect . 'A seemingly forgotten place, a place that I discovered is suffering great neglect and that place is our oceans.' To read further the magazine is available to buy from Water Journal