Exploring Britain by SUP 

Here are some preview images from a project I'm currently working on: a story about exploring Britain by SUP. 

 Stennis Ford, Pembrokeshire 

Stennis Ford, Pembrokeshire 

 Wild early morning light half a mile off Lower Sharpnose Point on the Culm Coast, North Cornwall 

Wild early morning light half a mile off Lower Sharpnose Point on the Culm Coast, North Cornwall 

 A mile off the east Exmoor coast, heading west towards Foreland Point 

A mile off the east Exmoor coast, heading west towards Foreland Point 

 Approaching the New Severn Crossing via the Shoots Channel on an 8 knot spring tide

Approaching the New Severn Crossing via the Shoots Channel on an 8 knot spring tide


 Winter light on the river Brue, Somerset

Winter light on the river Brue, Somerset

 Great Hangman, Britain's highest mainland cliff, Exmoor Coast 

Great Hangman, Britain's highest mainland cliff, Exmoor Coast 

 The Tamar estuary at Calstock, Cornwall

The Tamar estuary at Calstock, Cornwall

 A mile out to sea, heading towards Gurnard's Head, West Cornwall

A mile out to sea, heading towards Gurnard's Head, West Cornwall

 A fast downwinder on The Fleet, Dorset

A fast downwinder on The Fleet, Dorset

 Crossing Milford Haven bar, Pembrokeshire

Crossing Milford Haven bar, Pembrokeshire

 Landing at Portheras Cove, West Penwith, Cornwall 

Landing at Portheras Cove, West Penwith, Cornwall 

 An autumn morning on the Dart estuary, Devon

An autumn morning on the Dart estuary, Devon


 Just downstream of the rapids at Symonds Yat, river Wye

Just downstream of the rapids at Symonds Yat, river Wye


Important note: the waterways shown in the images on this page are wild and potentially dangerous environments, involving strong tidal and river currents, variable and constantly changing winds, and all sorts of other things that can cause problems. Don't venture out on the water unless you're confident you have the skills to deal with this awe-inspiring wilderness.