The Perimeter on 15th March, 2023
by Quintin Lake
The Perimeter was a journey of discovery based on walking 11,000km around the coast of Britain over five years, with a camera and tent. The aim of the project was to create a celebration of Britain’s diverse landscape from the fierce granite cliffs by Loch Nevis to the polite beach huts of Suffolk.
Completing this project required overcoming a torn tendon, shin splints, getting stuck below cliffs on a rising tide, enduring countless hours of storm-blown, freezing rain and night hiking in the short Scottish winters.
Editing the resulting images took a further two years of work, the very best of which will be shown in this talk.
Quintin is a photographer of landscape and architecture with a particular inspiration from long journeys undertaken alone and on foot. His travels with a camera have taken him to over seventy countries and have included accompanying mountaineers on sixteen first ascents in Greenland, with botanists on the discovery of a new species of orchid in the Peruvian Amazon and documenting vanishi...Find Out More