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New York City Councillor Takes a Stand On Pedestrian Safety-Can We Do This Too?

This article  from Next City shows what happens when you have a very successful walking city like New York City. Those sidewalks get full and people spill onto the streets, which is not a good thing with traffic in the way. 329 more words

The Walking Dead: S7E1 Death Scene Breakdown

  ***** This post contains spoilers. If you have not seen the episode yet do no read *****


First off, let me say that the first episode of The Walking Dead‘s new season did not disappoint. 1,009 more words


Post Series: Poems with Explanations: No, you see

Today’s post is the twentieth and last post in the post series: poems with explanations.

Hopefully readers have enjoyed the series.  Hopefully all of the poems were enjoyable to read by themselves, but also, hopefully, the explanations expanded their value.  904 more words


Tuesday Trails or tracks or Roadways 36

All truly great thoughts are conceived by walking ~Fredrich Nietzsche

Every Tuesday I upload a picture of a trail or a track or a road. It is so much fun to take a walk and capture the track. 13 more words


Kennet & Avon Canal: Thatcham to Reading, Part 1

Welcome to part 1 of the final instalment of our Kennet & Avon canal saga… well, sort of. it depends on your definition of ‘Kennet & Avon Canal’ 579 more words


25 October 2016

Light changes perception of space. We are now a few weeks past the Autumnal Equinox when we hang balanced between day and night. One would think that this would mean that darkness would be the more prevalent experience of the spaces we pass through, but as I have walked around both Ironbridge, where my research is focused, and Orkney where I’ve been attending a conference over the last few days, it has been the lightness of the low winter sun which has characterised everything. 22 more words

Weekly Photo Challenge Shine at Lymington Harbour

Weekly Photo Challenge Shine. This weeks Photo Challenge is all about Shine, and light.

With the shining sun and the glistening puddles, this sums it up perfectly. 154 more words

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