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Writing a Novel in a Month

For my sins I’ve joined the National Novel in a Month campaign. This means I need to write 50,000 words in November and post it online. 344 more words

Norman Peake

Route Planning For The Happiest Walk, Not The Quickest

A new way to plan daily routes balances the desire to get places on time with actually experiencing the city in new and interesting ways.

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Nature

Project Update: Waterways - The Pennine Ring in straight lines

‘Waterways’ is a photography project that involves navigating and photographing inland waterways of the north west of England. This particular series examines both perennial and temporal states of England’s canals, encompassing pastoral beauty, industrial decline, regeneration, economic aspiration and the sometimes incongruent relationship between these themes which are manifested in the landscape. 79 more words

Waterways

Project Update: Waterways – The Pennine Ring in straight lines.

‘Waterways’ is a photography project that involves navigating and photographing inland waterways of the north west of England. 113 more words

36 (2012)

Review first published by Sight & Sound, June 2014

Synopsis: Bangkok, Thailand, 2008. Location scout Sai and art director Oom form a bond while visiting potential places “with a past” for a small production – even if Oom gently mocks Sai’s ingrained habit of photographing everything rather than looking with her own eyes, as well as her preference for digital media. 948 more words

Dust In the Air Suspended

Abandonment, decay, dereliction: there are those of us to whom these concepts have great resonance. Their application to a particular location conveys a real sense of history, of time stood still, a direct link to the past, an atmosphere of melancholy.  272 more words

Environment

Soft City by Jonathan Raban


‘We map the city by private benchmarks that are meaningful only to us’

I admit that I’m one of those literary martyrs who prefers to finish any book I have started, however disappointing or plodding (of course, I don’t always succeed). 418 more words

London