EVERY DAY SOMETHING MAKES US SNAP | Darrin Henry
It’s not quite a Disorder (I don’t think), but photography, once in your bloodstream, can prompt that OCD kind of behaviour at times. We’ve successfully completed our second consecutive Project 365, a photo-a-day mission to
2017 IN PICTURES AND WORDS | Darrin Henry
We will remember 2017 as another fantastic year of Adventures in Photography for What The Saints Did Next, something not always obvious when we’re in the moment.
Clicking through our hard drives is a good reminder
LIKES, CLICKS & REACH – IT’S A SOCIAL THING | Darrin Henry
First-line blood relatives they might be, but our photo-blog and What The Saints Did Next Facebook Page, have very different personalities.
The blog is the grown up sibling; thoughtful, takes pride in its appearance
THE PLACE TO BE AT SUNSET ON ST HELENA | Darrin Henry
Rosie’s Bar and Restaurant on St Helena welcomed over 450 guests on Friday night, 8 December 2017, for a sparkling Grand Opening event, with owner and first-time entrepreneur Rosemary Bargo, known to all as Rosie
RMS SOUNDTRACK OF MAGIC MEMORIES | Darrin Henry
I can’t believe how sad I feel. After a lifetime of sea travel, here we are savouring our last voyage on the RMS St Helena, bidding farewell to a vital part of our 500-year-old island identity
CHERYL WILLIAMS, 53, LONGWOOD | Sharon Henry
“That picture was taken 33 years ago, I was 20 then. In those days you had to go look for small wood for the next morning so you could get up and light the fire for tea or
Air Ticket Prices to St Helena Announced | Darrin Henry
Prices for return flights to St Helena from South Africa will start at £804 (Johannesburg) or £846 (Cape Town).
The ticket prices for flights to St Helena were published today by St Helena Government
FACEBOOK PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION
It’s that time of year again – the theme for our third annual photography competition is ‘Churches, Cathedrals and Places of Worship,’ taking place on 8 October with cool t-shirt prizes for the three winners. Entry is free for anyone who has
SMALL BUSINESSES WORKING FROM HOME | Sharon Henry
“The shop started in the late 80’s,” recalls Amelia with a wistful look in her eye, “my Dad (Eric ‘Anderson’ Andrews,) used to work on the RMS, bringing grocery items from Cape Town and selling them from
PRESERVING THE TRADITIONAL COUNTRY SHOPS, Part 3 | Sharon Henry
“We opened this shop in 1974 so it has been going for over 42 years now,” says Audrey glancing at the blanket of rain falling just outside her Blue Hill Shop door.