I hope everyone enjoyed the annular eclipse yesterday 😊
I don’t have much to post these days, so here’s a throwback to my drone hyper lapse of the unforgettable #SolarEclipse from Chile in 2019
I hope everyone is well 😊 https://t.co/FqtDCcp9Vp
I'm always extremely proud to see my videos on the TV. But this is one of my particular favorites because it was just before the BBC News writers tried and nearly succeeded to break @BBCSimonMcCoy 🤣🤣
Thanks for sending @Samcornwellhttps://t.co/ylaPjkJD50
This shoot looks like a right laugh! Joe Gray from Cornwall found an old sea mine washed up in Penzance and rolled it back to his shop. He's sure it isn't live but the Navy have been round to confiscate it anyway. Pics @JDadzitis +thanks to @photogregmartin who did the story 1st https://t.co/HlwHuXaRKL
My old man got his COVID vaccination the other day so he sent me this “chuffed” selfie 😂.
He’s suffered from “Long Covid” since September so getting the vaccine has perked him up no end.
Well done Pops 🎉 https://t.co/MX2SKrcBPa
Whilst back for a holiday in Sweden last summer, I left out a @TheSolarCan.
Here is the result of my 7-month exposure, look at the brighter lines where the sun has overlapped after the winter equinox 😮
You can get one here if you're interested 😉
Like I said in the note, to me, it's all a blur, I'm still Matt from Sunderland and no way has this crazy adventure gone to my head. But more and more people are telling me I have an inspiring story to tell, so how do I get it out there?