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Meet On A Hill: An Evening Out With Friends

Meet On A Hill: An Evening Out With Friends from Alastair Humphreys on Vimeo.

Too busy? Working too hard? Friends spread far and wide?
A short film about making time for adventure and friends.

Thank you to the many people who have kindly “bought me a coffee” for just £2.50 as encouragement to keep this blog going.

“Yes, I too would like to donate a couple of pounds to this site..!”

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  1. Beautifully shot video. Did you use a drone for the aerial shots?

  2. James Hinchcliffe Posted

    Beautiful video, so much real feeling embedded.

  3. Dangerous Dan Posted

    Absolutely EPIC!
    You do such a masterful job of showcasing what a beautiful country you live in. I find it truly mind-blowing to think about being able to freely wander the countryside and then camp on top of a hill with an extraordinary prehistoric monument on it.
    You’re an amazing guy, and I think it’s absolutely grand the way you’ve inspired people around the world.



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