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A CASE OF BAD WIND | Darrin Henry I’m sure St Helena must have been blown a few inches north; it’s been so blustery today! Swelly seas and gale force winds; that’s us at the moment. The blowy conditions I’m guessing was

THROUGH THE VALLEY OF FIRE AND DONKEY POOP | Darrin Henry Thompson’s Valley Post Box walk has somehow eluded us until now, although, making our first venture down the steep, muddy trail in the rain today is probably not our wisest

[caption id="attachment_5601" align="alignnone" width="800"] The brooding landmark of Sugar Loaf, viewed from Ladder Hill. The outline of the Banks Battery fortifications can just be seen on the cliffs below to the left.Sugar Loaf Post Box walk, St Helena.[/caption] WALKING THE CLIFFTOP

[caption id="attachment_5268" align="alignnone" width="800"] Embraer Trial Flight to St Helena.Hiking up Bencoolen with to find a good spot to photograph the Embraer's arrival.[/caption] WELCOME EMPRESS OF LONDON CITY | Darrin Henry Everyone expected this to be normal by now, but in November

BATTLE FOR THE NATIONAL PARK | Darrin Henry Machete wielding men have been stalking the cloud forest slopes of St Helena’s central peaks for the last 20 years, hacking and digging out the New Zealand flax that has choked the landscape

[caption id="attachment_4770" align="alignnone" width="800"] On an early morning hike to Blue Point, the sun turns the Sandy Bay landscape into a silhouette. The square cornered cliff top in the distance is Sandy Bay Barn, another post box walk. The knobbly

[caption id="attachment_4601" align="alignnone" width="360"] What The Saints Did Next - Adventures in Photography from the Island of St Helena.Celebrating World Photo Day, 2016.[/caption] CHOOSE JUST ONE PICTURE | Darrin Henry Because of Korske Ara, a photographer based in Canberra, Australia, thousands of

[caption id="attachment_4421" align="alignnone" width="800"] Sharon, sitting on top of the Barn, looking down over the seaward side. This was the day we reached the summit for the first time so we took our time to enjoy the fabulous views of

[caption id="attachment_3735" align="alignnone" width="800"] The Comair operated, British Airways Boeing 737-800 flying in for a first low-level pass over the new St Helena Airport, below the ruin of Prosperous Bay House and King & Queen Rock.[/caption] THE FLIGHT FROM THE TOP

[caption id="attachment_3498" align="alignnone" width="800"] A large forest of gumwood trees once grew here, known as the Great Wood. It was cut down, presumably for firewood, leaving just tree stumps behind, which led to the name, Deadwood Plain. The fenced off