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At the Corner

I really enjoyed standing on the corner, watching and observing, and then trying my hand at capturing the right frame for this important corner in Little India. 96 more words


Intersections and Poetry = the Story

As part of my daily practice, I write something everyday.  Today this came tumbling tumbling out:

The Bungalow

Her:  Mom, I need a word that starts with B. 167 more words


Interview Up at The Collagist

Thank you to Matthew Olzmann and the folks over at The Collagist for asking me questions about my poem Ode to the Cortex published this summer. 6 more words


Munich: Cycling for a Big City

One of the truisms about cycling in the world is that invariably it is a lot harder for “large” cities (say, greater than 1 million inhabitants) to get a lot of people cycling. 852 more words

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Chiswick Chalk Spraying

This week, after play conversation, we received some photo offerings of chalk spray play in Chiswick, West London, from Rebecca (not a million miles from White City). 35 more words


Return to Christchurch: Cycling works underway

I’ve been back in Christchurch for a little over a fortnight, trying (unsuccessfully) to ward off various colds and bugs. There’s still a few more reports to come of my… 462 more words

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