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Wandering from hill to sea.

Unofficial Britain: The Tower

. We have contributed a short piece called The Tower to Unofficial Britain which you can find here Unofficial Britain is a new hub for unusual perspectives on the landscape of the British Isles, exploring the urban, the rural and … Continue reading

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Tidal Flux

. Worlds with –  in worlds tidal flux   in Firth of Forth . . Now playing: Chris Abrams / Mike Cooper – ‘Memory of Water’ (from Oceanic Feeling – Like)

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The wild wood

  . Beyond the hawthorn, lies the wild wood “cuckoo, cuckoo” . . over the threshold forms and colours of the Otherworld . . … snake-eye stirs . ‘ jaw click, snout and a slither of tongues . . threat … Continue reading

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NOW SING (and soothe the city fabric)

Whilst in Glasgow recently, it was a sad sight to walk along Renfield Street and see the hollowed out shell of The Glasgow School of Art. Even in it’s fire-damaged condition, Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s architectural masterpiece remains identifiable as one … Continue reading

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Solstice

  On the longest day   …………………………………….all   …………………………………………………..hail the light .  ≈ 21 June 2014. Walking along an overgrown railway track near Crombie in Fife. As ‘night’ approaches, darkness fails to smother the light. Even the Giant Hogweed (?) appears … Continue reading

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a thinking space

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An irrevocable brilliance: Guy Debord in the Landscape

I have had no need to travel very far In Guy Debord’s autobiography, Panegyric, he describes having spent the greater part of his life in Paris, specifically within the triangle defined by the intersections of rue Saint-Jacques and rue Royer-Collard; … Continue reading

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