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// Swanscombe: marginal narrations of a marshland //

Having been lucky enough to catch the last day of the Swanscombe Project exhibition at the Blake Gallery in Gravesend earlier this year, I was …

East London

Aeon | a world of ideas

If we abandon the cult of the Great White Innovator, we will understand the history of technology in a much deeper way

Innovation

Field Notes

Discover an Enduring Afghanistan Through Its Landscape

Time Taken 6, Mid-Winter, 2013-2014.<br>Simon Norfolk—INSTITUTE. Courtesy Michael Hoppen Gallery<p>1 of 8<p>Afghanistan is a country Simon Norfolk knows well. …

Valley where life is just a bowl of cherries

<b>Metherell, Tamar Valley</b> Heritage orchard of local varieties has come to fruition<p>A plate of cherries, entered in the fruit class at the village show, prompts reminiscence of old trees that, in the last century, still produced the sweet black cherries peculiar to the Tamar valley.<p>Those remnants of …

Estuary: Part 2

An extract from <i>Estuary</i>, a collection of essays by <b>Lydia Fulleylove</b><p>9 February 2011<br>I want to see how close I can stay to the river – I start on …

Tranquility in Disturbance by Ethan Shaw

Click button above to play audio for this essay by Ethan Shaw, or click here to download in .mp3 format. iven its tectonic position, maritime gales, …

Creatures great and small beneath the sturdy oak

<b>Sloley, Norfolk:</b> Hundreds of red ants have pressed shoulder to shoulder in their desire to feed upon the intoxicating manna<p>A row of stately trees guards the meadow’s fence line beneath a sultry summer sky. One tree is a small-leaved lime, a diminutive name for a colossal plant. The ground beneath …

The North Ron Diaries: June

1st June<p>Oh June. The start of summer. Blue skies and a bitter westerly, tiny pink stumps of orchids pushing out of the grass, some half submerged …