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David Sorley posted this on 14th Mar 2012
Win a beautiful photographic print…
David has been around and about taking photographs of our site the old fashioned way… Film, not a memory card in sight.
We have three of David’s prints to give away. To be in with a chance of winning one of the three 10” x 8” prints, you need to answer the following question:
What is the name of the man who built the Druids Temple folly?
Clue…The answer can be found by having a nosy around our website.
The three winners will be announced on Friday 23rd March. Your information will not be used for any other purposes than the competition entry. Only one submission per person.
David Sorley posted this on 02nd May 2011
Oh, it’s the yurts!
Can’t wait until Spring 2012!
David Sorley posted this on 30th Apr 2011
One of the many amazing standing stones at Bivouac Swinton
David Sorley posted this on 28th Apr 2011
Best Shared with friends
This is one of the lovely photographs taken by Giles Smith during our first Bivouac team meeting. The view is on of the north side of the Bivouac Swinton.
David Sorley posted this on 18th Apr 2011
Planning… Tick! so, now the hard work continues
David Sorley posted this on 09th Nov 2009
It’s a super, cold crisp morning. Reminded me of this shot I took in St James’ park down in London a couple of years ago…
David Sorley posted this on 08th Oct 2009
Well it does today anyway…
I was looking through last years photos and discovered a set from a holiday we had with some friends at the end of November.
It was the cheapest time of the year to go but we ended up getting an amazing alpine style holiday - Scotland delivered! We stayed in a real nice cottage, Wood fire lit all the time (the temperature dropped to -8ºc at night and leveled at about -2ºc during the day). It was amazing and I’d quite like to be back up there right now - Hacking up the hills (with a thermas of coffee in the bag).
Sam Hardwick posted this on 04th Aug 2009
This week I heard about a stunning project by some creative architects in Norway. They are wooden holiday apartments set in woodland, positioned to enjoy the most impressive views of the site. Take a little look at the photo.
There are many more photos at http://www.jsa.no/photos/Juvet/index.html The work is showcased by the creators; architects Jenson & Skodvin in Norway.
We’re going for a different look and feel but, I thought I’d show you this! – I was impressed by the positioning, use of natural light and the photography. Having said that, I’ve just thought of a great addition to our planned hot-tub space.
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