Monthly Archives: October 2014

Streets are the space left over between buildings

I am getting my inspiration from Rebecca Solnit again this week, as I have been walking in the city rather than the countryside.  She points out that “until the twentieth century women seldom walked the city for their own pleasure.”  … Continue reading

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If you go down to the woods today

Autumn is well and truly here, the leaves are starting to turn from green to yellow, russet and orange. Whilst the leaves here are not as dramatic as when we lived in Boston, Massachusetts, and there is no website telling … Continue reading

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Familiarity breeds content

Feeling rather down this morning after waking up early, having that whirling brain syndrome as I watched the light increase around the blind. Yesterday was grey and miserable, but amazingly today the sun was shining, the sky was blue, fluffy … Continue reading

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A walked line can never be erased*

This week I went to the opening of a series of linked exhibitions in Plymouth entitled, Walk On. Four venues in Plymouth are featuring artists who “make work by taking a journey on foot”. The four shows aim to provide … Continue reading

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