Some of the joys of the year included taking part in monthly micro adventures. The themes were set by a number friends and fellow enthusiasts with the aim being to encourage us all to spend a bit more time outdoors, exploring new places and it not costing us an arm and a leg!
This year I tried out some wild camping without the support, or rather coverage, of a tent. My new Christmas gift of a bivvy bag had it's first outing in a chilly February under a wonderfully star filled night.
In December I was able to revisit a few of the themes and documented these in the images below.
At the beginning of December I revisited a place of historic interest in the form of a trip to Patan Durbar Square. On this occasion I was revisiting the square 8 months after many parts of it were damaged by the devastating April earthquake.
Even some of the temple structures that survived can be seen to be supported by wooden struts.
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'Exploring a waterway' took me down to a blustery Hastings beach where the contract between the grey skies and the colourful pebble beach are evident.
Roll on more new micro adventures in 2016!