Kate Rew, founder of the Outdoor Swimming Society and of Wild Swim fame (see book cover on left), always waxes poetically about open water swimming. Kate has a magicial, lyrical ability to colorfully describe the beauty of open water that is spectacularly captured by four short films by the Guardian.
"Every single molecule of me is shiny and bright after that swim...", wonderful words that Kate Rew uses to describe her wild swims throughout Britain.
Click here for the short film on Isle of Skye's Cuillin Mountain range, here for the short film on the Thames River, here for a short film on West Yorkshire's Lumb Falls and here for a short film on Burgh Island, Devon, and here for a short film on the Lake District in England.
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