Category Archives: Monika’s Jersey

Our writer-in-residence gives her own personal take on the island of Jersey, describing the landscapes, seasons, and giving you some great holiday ideas.

Monika’s Jersey – Island of contrast and diversity

Have you ever taken a good look at a black & white photo? There is a reason why, in the era of modern technology offering sophisticated solutions to improve and modify our digital pictures, the black & white artistic photography … Continue reading

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Monika’s Jersey: Winter Colours

Usually the busiest street of St.Helier was even busier last Saturday, with all the people trying to sort out their Christmas shopping, people on their lunch break, visitors, teenagers enjoying their day off school. The laughter ringing out across the … Continue reading

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Monika’s Jersey: Part 1

I’ve recently come across a very short and factual description of Jersey: “(…) an island measuring 118.2 square kilometres, including reclaimed land and intertidal zone. It lies in the English Channel, approximately 12 nautical miles from (…) France and approximately … Continue reading

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