As a junior Doctor in ITU during the pandemic, Helen Blamey seeks re-invigoration from the cliffs and seascape, relishing the elements, each mile becoming a meditation.
This recording is from our annual Geographical journeys: microlectures event, where eight speakers had just 10 minutes each to share their geographical journeys in an illustrated talk.
The event was organised by the Society’s Younger Members' Committee.
Featured image: Hannah Lawton
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