Some old bushcrafty photos


I was looking for some holiday photos when I found a folder on my computer with some bushcraft photos.  So I’ve shared a few here for you all to see!

I’m pretty sure that  these first two photos were taken in about 2004 or 05, somewhere about then.  They were taken on a 35mm camera (which I’ve still got) and then scanned, hence the poor quality.  I’ve no idea where the originals are.  The photo immediately below shows me in an open sided kennel debris shelter.

bushcraft photos | south east | Kent
I’m not too sure where this photo was taken, possibly in the west country.

bushcraft photos | south east | Kent

This next photo was taken in 2006 on a digital camera that I got for my 40th birthday.  It shows me in a lean to debris shelter made from western hemlock.  I went through a phase of wearing a flat cap when I went into the woods.  I might give it another try, I’ve still got the hats.

bushcraft photos | south east | Kent

I remember this last photo well.  Anthony and I had a few days camping out in November 2008 (just before his birthday) and the snow came from nowhere just after we’d finished breakfast.

bushcraft photos | south east | Kent

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About Gary

Lead Instructor at Jack Raven Bushcraft, teaching bushcraft, wilderness and survival skills to groups and individuals.

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