30 Apr 2019 | From Hill to Sea

The Osmotic Ocean

  osmosis: A gradual, often unconscious process of assimilation or absorption; the spontaneous passage or diffusion of water or other solvents through a semipermeable membrane. ≈ The walker on the city street stops to gaze at the ocean. Tracing a … Continue reading →

29 Apr 2019 | Radical Stroud

A Prehistory Trip to Stroud Museum

‘Museums make you more aware: Give You Sense Sensibility Knowledge A foothold in time Make you feel a part of it all’ It’s a right regular education When you visit Stroud Museum, To process through the rooms, On a trek to a prehistor...

27 Apr 2019 | Reading and Walking

35. Thelma Poirier, Rock Creek

My plan had been to spend the past week and a half reading Iain Sinclair’s London Orbital, a 500-page account of walking around London, roughly following the route of the M25 expressway. That plan didn’t take into account the vicious chest cold I developed the day after I wrote my Cree examination. It was impossible […]

25 Apr 2019 | From Hill to Sea

Anthropo-obscene Rorschach Test

INEOS threatens to close UK plant unless it can dodge EU pollution rules – Unearthed, 23 March 2019. When the mirror loses its reflection … ≈ Hats off to Greta Thunberg and all others holding up the mirror. ≈≈≈ The … Continue reading →