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Out now – Ben Crawshaw’s book about cruising the Mediterranean in a craft made using free boat plans
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- 1972 film of the Edith May
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- Medway Queen back home in the Medway
- Crossley Engines film ‘London River’
- Short Jacket and White Trousers – and a singing workshop for folks in Kent and surrounding areas
- HJ Mears boat builders, Devon
- A promotional video for the St Ayles skiffs
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Tag Archives: Fuji Finepix X100
Matthew Atkin recently took this photos of Causeway Bay typhoon shelter as the sun was going down in Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour recently, no doubt with his current favourite camera, a FujiFinepix X100. Here’s what he says about the shots: At … Continue reading
My brother Matt Atkin’s mission to photograph interesting boats and water-borne life throughout the Far East using his Fuju Finepix X100 continues with a mass of illuminating photos from near Siem Reap, Cambodia. He tells me these shots … Continue reading
Globe-trotting brother and photographer Matt Atkin has been on his holiday travels again, this time to Borneo, where he came across the extraordinary stilt-village community of Kota Kinabalu. Matt likes to use a miniature or small camera that … Continue reading