A Really Long Walk

Coldingham Bay, Scotland

Long term readers of Travel Between The Pages are likely aware that I am unabashedly a Britophile. So, of course I was gobsmacked when I stumbled upon “The Perimeter” which is a photography project by Quintin Lake based on walking 11,000km around the coast of Britain in sections. The journey started on April 17, 2015 and was completed on September 15, 2020.  Lake took hundreds of stunning photographs along the way. He is still working on the project and plans on having all of the photos edited by the end of 2022. The long walk is complete, but photographs from Lake’s journey are now being uploaded to the website. This wonderful set of images truly captures the diverse beauty of Britain’s coastal communities and the breadth of landscape they contain.

St Monans Auls Kirk, Fife, Scotland

Take a look at The Perimeter and consider supporting the project by purchasing a print or two.

Museum of Transport, Glasgow


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3 Responses to A Really Long Walk

  1. restlessjo says:

    The prints are absolutely stunning. What a project! I could sit with a slide show, lost in beauty.

  2. Hexe says:

    Beautiful, breathtaking images. In the epidemic of mediocre photography this is really outstanding. Thank you for making us aware of the project.

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