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A St Helena History Lesson Through Small Shops | Sharon Henry Welcome to part two of St Helena's small country shops. These rural establishments quietly provide a vital service to their communities, many from home premises trading over the counter.

Cultivating A Centuries Old Original | Sharon Henry "The only thing I don't like about coffee is drinking it!" laughs a chief picker at the Bamboo Hedge coffee plantation on St Helena - which just so happens to supply of one

[caption id="attachment_5116" align="alignnone" width="800"] Through the window inside the Sandy Bay community centre.Bonfire night in Sandy Bay, St Helena Island.[/caption] Gunpowder, Treason & Plot Remembered On Bonfire Night | Sharon Henry There's possibly no truer example of St Helena's 'Britishness' than our

[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

SHARING THE LOVE OF MOBILE PHOTOGRAPHY | Sharon Henry Confession time. I didn't take my camera phone seriously until the batteries ran flat in the compact. This is the first time I've ever made this admission and Darrin, a stickler for

PHOTOGRAPHY PROJECT 366 AT HALFWAY | Darrin Henry Any good editor is often required to be ruthless, whether it’s trimming a news report, cutting a film or, in our case, selecting final photographs. Editing your own work is harder as you’re

THE PLACE TO RELAX | Darrin Henry Sandy Bay is a bit of a show off among the St Helena districts when it comes to landscape, but you can hardly blame it once you see the place – it really is