CAUTE — A free-spirit archeology of morning


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A spring walk across Magog Down, to Stapleford Parish Pit, the River Granta and back to the Roman Road at Wandlebury

A spring walk across Magog Down, to Stapleford Parish Pit, the River Granta and back to the Roman Road at Wandlebury Click on this link for a map of the route All photos taken with a Fuji X100F Just c

1 day ago

spring black and white photography Gog Magogs Wandlebury Roman Road Fuji X100F monochrome Friends of the Roman Road and Fleam Dyke Magog Down River Granta Stapleford

Some spring photos taken in the Cambridge University Botanic Garden

Some spring photos taken in the Cambridge University Botanic Garden All taken with a Fuji X100F Just click on a photo to enlarge And just one of Coronation Street as I walked home 

2 days ago

spring Cambridge University Botanic Garden blossom black and white photography Fuji X100F monochrome

Some irregular thoughts on Anarcho-Monarchism—“The ideal king would be rather like the king in chess: the most useless piece on the board"

Drawing of the frontispiece of The Leviathan which Hobbes gave to Charles II 1 Samuel 8:1-22: God gives Samuel reasons why choosing a King would be a bad idea . . . From David Bentley Hart’s essay “An

4 days ago

Address Political Theology Carl Schmitt Christian Anarchism David Bentley Hart monarchy Anarcho-Monarchism electoral democracy English Civil War Glorious Revolution Hobbes Kings Leviathan Restoration

A few photos from the Dark Mountain Project event with Dougald Hine and Billie Bottle in the Cambridge Unitarian Church last night

Dougald and Billie Yesterday evening I was very pleased to welcome to the Memorial (Unitarian) Church Dougald Hine of the Dark Mountain Project and his old friend and collaborator, the pianist, guitar

5 days ago

Cambridge Cambridge Unitarian Church Henry David Thoreau Memorial Church Billie Bottle Dark Mountain Project Dougald Hine caravan Unrecorded Beam

"The Kind of Hope Worth Having": An evening with Dougald Hine (The Dark Mountain Project) & Billie Bottle—Friday 13th April, 7-9pm, Cambridge Unitarian Church

THE KIND OF HOPE WORTH HAVING An evening with Dougald Hine (The Dark Mountain Project) & Billie Bottle CAMBRIDGE – MEMORIAL UNITARIAN CHURCH, EMMANUEL ROAD, FRIDAY 13 APRIL 2018 – 7PM – TICKETS £6 (ad

1 week ago

climate change environment Cambridge Cambridge Unitarian Church ecology Paul Kingsnorth Billie Bottle Dark Mountain Project Dougald Hind