Category Archives: Observation

Plants, potters, webs: On forms, usefulness and emptiness

With the clocks about to go back this weekend, autumnal hues cloak the body and seep into the skin. The piercing light of summer is almost emptied out. Weak threads of sunlight dissolve amongst russet, ochre and blanket skies of … Continue reading

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Grangemouth Rapture

The Grangemouth petro-chemical complex sits on the shores of the River Forth with another industrial behemoth – Longannet Power Station – on the opposite side. Both are visible for miles around and at night it is difficult not to be utterly … Continue reading

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Wheel of Life

. . retired tyre . wheel of life . .

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worlds within worlds

. worlds within worlds worlds within worlds worlds within worlds worlds within worlds worlds within worlds worlds within worlds worlds within worlds worlds within worlds worlds within worlds worlds within worlds worlds within worlds worlds within worlds     from … Continue reading

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City State / Citadel

 .   . . Now playing:  Arne Deforce & Mika Vainio – Hephaestus

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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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