Why should we rush through life when we could stop, ponder and truly experience the world around us? This unhurried exploration of the great outdoors encourages the reader to engage all their senses and fully appreciate the beauty of their surroundings. With the emphasis on experiencing, rather than simply passing through, Slow Adventures asks us to pause for a moment and reconnect with nature. Experience willow weaving in Somerset, rock pooling in East Sussex, wild camping in Cambridgeshire, foraging in Herefordshire, spoon carving in Cumbria, fossil hunting in Yorkshire, lino printing in Monmouthshire, bush craft in Northumberland, sea kayaking in Inverness-shire and much more.
Tor McIntosh is a writer and photographer. She has written for BBC Countryfile, Wanderlust, Guardian Weekend and The Simple Things and has been a judge of the international Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. In 2016 she was selected as an Ordnance Survey #GetOutsideChampion to help inspire more UK people to spend time outdoors.
Author: Tor McIntosh
Dimensions: W14.9 x H21.1cm
No. of Pages: 244
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