With biennials and triennials paused, it's the perfect time to rethink their place The Architect's Newspaper
Quand un virulent virus met nos vies à distance met nos écoutes à distance de rues en fenêtres et de fenêtres en rues l’oreille en pavillon sanitaire qui entend bien les distanciations les barrières auriculaires se parler mais de loin s’écouter mais de loin sans intime proximité la voix ne sonne plus au creux de … Continuer à lire ... "Point d’ouïe à distance"
07:04 – 07:47, wind S 2 gusting 4, temp 8C (feels like 6) staying in The mid-lands step off to avoid thE weeping willow roosting pigeons Splatt...
Day 43 - The main complaint and 1.0 km drawing. Original Industry and 4.7 km drawing.Postprandial amd .70 km drawing.
Since the start of lockdown I have been walking for an hour, around sunset, almost every day. This is great time of day to watch wildlife and the unseasonably mild spring has made it a daily delight. Animals are of course, entirely unaware that the world is a bit more unsettled than usual just now. […]
A variety of people have asked me to post some images of Denny Hill so here they are. These are some of what I think of as lesser known photographs. July 1907 – Few things were more exciting than watching the regrade in process. August 20, 1907 – A composite of two photographs taken by … Continue reading Denny Images
06:29 – 07:13, wind E 1 gusting 2, temp 6C (feels like 6) off To the west coast mailbOx grey-greened with moss and lichen a bin-wago...
Source: Urban Auscultation
The Vandals are at the gates. Augustine is deadly ill, spending his final days in prayer and repentance. Having coined the phrase "Solvitur ambulando", “it is solved by walking”, perhaps his ambulatory restlessness at the end of his life indirectly saved the city, as the Vandals initially retreated.
Thoreau, or so he says, walked 10 or 12 miles every afternoon. Perhaps I could do the same. But where to go? Thoreau walked in the woods, avoiding roads as much as possible, but that’s not possible here, given the province’s trespassing laws and farming practices; few fields have spaces around the edges for passing […]
Day 42 -Symptomatic and 2.9 km drawing.
Translate this page Lieu : A vos fenêtres, balcons, terrasses Temporalité : A votre choix Participant (s): Solitaire Milieu : Urbain ou rural Spécificité : Une écoute bien cadrée et confinée Actions immobile : – Choisissez une fenêtre, un bacon, une terrasse, un coin de jardin – En regardant au dehors, écoutez, imaginez que vous … Continuer à lire ... "Partition de PAS – Parcours Audio Sensible, partiti...
Walk around the World, a 24-hour international online event on World Labyrinth Day, that will connect people virtually across time zones on the GoToMeeting platform. This will be a global labyrinth community celebration with presenters from New Zealand to Hawaii, as well as opportunities for participants to greet each other and share as time allows. Source: The Labyrinth Society: The Labyrinth Society: World Labyrinth Day
Here's another selection of walking-related media to help you through this time of going nowhere. Audio Eve Phillips and Roxie Collins are co-hosts of Corporeal, a themed music show on Brum Radio. In a different lifetime Eve came on our Full Moon Walk and she told us about the show and in particular an episode […]
06:25 – 07:12, wind NW 1 gusting 2, temp 1C (feels like 1) to the nortH east clockwise a dairyman consults his phonE don twarr is signed in A window candles of laureL scent the road headstones blurred by weaTher … Continue reading →
The 14 Best History Books To Help You Escape Right Now esquire.com
1st post since Covid-19 outbreak.
Day 41 - Supplying and 1.3 km drawing.Split Shift and 3.9 km drawing.
Faking Happiness Makes Your Unhappiness Transparent The Good Men Project
06:40 – 07:20, wind W 2 gusting 4, temp 5C (feels like 3) off into the West three chimnEy-top gulls call a door overgrown with A drape of ivy footsteps thRump on inspection hatch metal … Continue reading →