April 27, 2019

I've enjoyed some lovely moments in Kirklees Parks recently watching people interact with my Signs of Life project. With a bit of help from eleven design I've repurposed plant ID plaques and made them into playful invitations to explore the park in a different way, hop...

November 27, 2018

Warm sun beams dazzling single strands of cobweb, glittering in the breeze. There’s an air of calm acceptance to the autumn Woodland today.

September 6, 2018

I'm really enjoying that sweetly painful anticipation of autumn that starts to creep in at the end of August. Autumnal colours are creeping into the landscape, the evening chill leads me to draw a blanket around me, and there's a quiet acceptance that the cycle continu...

April 8, 2018

I’ve walked a lot through the winter, but few words have formed in my mind. Its as though the procession of walks in gloom, biting, bright, sharp, dreary  and damp have entered my being,  too enveloping to separate myself and my thoughts. Perhaps this is something abou...

September 19, 2017

I'm reading A Sweet Wild Note: What We Hear When the Birds Sing by Richard Smyth, which talks about why birds sing, and what it might mean from different perspectives of naturalists, philosophers, musicians and poets through history. It's so interesting to think about...

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