Going Coastal with Maxim Griffin

LOCATION: Lincolnshire

WORDS & PICTURES: Maxim Peter Griffin
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dbab03bc0de6465849b4d4754e16cbb0ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Maxim Peter Griffin is a landscape artist, cartographer and walker based in Lincolnshire.

You can read Unofficial Britain’s profile of the artist here: Wobbly Lincolnshire Landscapes

Click here to read Walk to the Hill – Field Notes by Maxim Griffin

Click here to watch Super Grass: A Short & Wobbly Film by Maxim Peter Griffin

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