Category: Seascapes

 It’s always wonderful to have a chat and for me get to know you, so may I take this opportunity to invite you to join me on facebook, twitter or instagram  @seagerworld. You’ll find there’s lots of different seascapes and nature photos for you to lose yourselves in as I wander about my wave orientated day, …

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I’d like to say a HUGE thank you to the good folks at The Castle Bude Galleries and Heritage Centre. They really looked after me so well and my recent exhibition there was my most successful showing ever for me, so thank you to all the good folk of Kernow! Am now cock-a-hoop to announce …

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“A smooth sea never made a skilled sailor.” For anyone out there who is finding their Hero’s Journey a tad bit tough going at the mo .. you have what it takes to get through, I promise and the illumination you gain once you do will be sooooo worth it …. Believe in yourself, like …

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“Ne te quaesiveris extra…” (do not seek for things outside yourself) Ralph Waldo Emmerson.   Another beautiful display of Saunton angel rays now available as a fine art print from www.seagerworld.co.uk ….

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“Part of me suspects I’m a loser, and part of me thinks I’m God Almighty.” John Lennon  And for those of you who like a little video action this is what an early morning Winter’s walk on Saunton looks like … breathe in that beauty …..    

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  The events in Manchester last week have left me finding solace in nature once again.  At times like this, it’s always the waves that wipe away my tears.  We grasp to make sense of the fear and hatred, but we can’t.  Yet, somewhere we know, that light will always overcome darkness, and whilst we grieve …

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It’s been a dark, wet, cold and gusty day … the kind of day that never quite seems to dawn and so all you want to do, is pull the covers over your head and forget about having to breathe for a while. Do you know the feeling?  Darkness weighs you down with the burden …

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Evening all. Well, you find us all ‘a-blow’ here as the storm surge I mentioned in yesterday’s blog, comes up ‘Trumps’ (good grief, did I really say that – ugh). As I write, I’m watching some chaps dredge our little river in the village and sand bags are popping up left right and centre. Wish …

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