Paul Skidmore

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About the Author

Hi, I’m Paul! Travel and photography writing is my true calling. I love to learn, therefore, writing about new subjects and checking out new photography gear is enjoyable for me. I love to travel, and I love to improve my own photography skills through writing, and day trips into the great outdoors.

I have always had a life-long passion for writing and literature – in later life, this has translated into a successful freelance writing career. Throughout the last few years, I have written for countless companies. Furthermore, my work has been published on various travel and photography blogs.

When I am not creating content, I still love to write – I do this through my personal travel blog – This blog is the platform from which I share my adventures with the world. I don’t do it to make a living – I do it because it brings me joy, and it tests my creative abilities.

As you can imagine, most of my free time is spent traveling and/or doing some kind of photography related thing whether it be editing on Lightroom, or trying out new techniques with my Canon EOS M50. I am also an avid gamer, and love to keep active through playing Badminton!

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Paul Skidmore


Lessons for Life

1. If you have a dream, you must work hard to obtain it.

2. Resentment and negativity only lead to misery.

3. Never pass up on a new opportunity.

Book Recommendations

Read what our experts read. Here’s a few books our author suggests!

Bilbo Baggins is a hobbit who enjoys a comfortable, unambitious life, rarely traveling any farther than his pantry or cellar. But…

When orphans Ben and Jennet arrive in the seaside town of Whitby to stay with Alice Boston, they have no idea what to expect.

Few humans can survive and thrive in the bitter cold – below a certain temperature, death is inevitable.

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