Pleasure and 1.7 km drawing.Labour and .50 km drawing.
It came upon a midnight clear, That glorious song of old, When angels bent down to the earth, And changed machine guns into harps, And turned leaden bullets into golden carols That drifted across no man’s land, And choirs of soldiers joined the a...
Bleakish and .62 km drawing.Visitation and 2.2 km drawing.
SoundWalking workshop with talented students from Leeds College of Music
SoundWalking around Leeds with very talented students from Leeds College of Music
Variety and 3.3 km drawing.
Late-ish and 2.4 km drawing.
Coating and 3.0 km drawing.
There, on the one hand, St. Pancras and Paris; And there, on the other, Kings Cross: Gateway to the LNER, And night mails crossing the border, And gateway to a world we have lost: Pit heads and winding gear, tram-roads and collieries, And curling...
Revered and 3.8 km drawing.
Uncertainty and 3.8 km drawing.
Terence Bendixson, journalist and author, is probably the longest serving campaigner for pedestrians throughout the world, and is now the President of Living Streets in the UK, the charity formerly known as the Pedestrian’s Association. He was recruited to the cause in the 1960s by Tom Foley, the Association’s co-founder, after an article he had […]
Level 10 of Tate Modern‘s new Blahvatnik building offers 360 degree views of London’s skyline. To the north with St Paul’s Cathedral directly in your view, on a winter morning, with low light, colours are muted and yet the eye picks out shapes, lines and things one may not have noticed before. Under the careful […]
The first snow of the season in New York City fell this past Saturday, and the snow kept falling and deepening into the early evening and late into the night. A snowy scene is Isham Park in Northern Manhattan. Saturday, December 9, 2017. The snow ...
Over 600 miles into this coastal running adventure and it is wonderful to be interviewed by Paul, about my motivations, experiences and tips for the running/camping combo. Happy reading!Interview - Going Solo By Paul Huckleberry Everitt.
Drained and 5.7 km drawing.
I approached Sandy with an idea for a small walking experiment. Simply put, we would each silently count our steps as we walked together. The experiment relates to an interest in ways of being present in a place, I wondered if counting steps would make us more or less aware of place. The process, […]
Geography and 1.6 km drawing.Planned and 2.0 km drawing.
Under the Surface of Knepp (This was written as a response to the Performing Wild Geographies event which took place at Knepp Estate on the 2-4th October 2017). An arch of ghostly manta rays Entrance to a wild place Petrified and stacked Bleached brown coral reef Signalling death and end Palimpsests of lasts …