CAUTE — A free-spirit archeology of morning

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A few photos from a summer spin over to the bronze-age burial mound at Mutlow Hill on Fleam Dyke

This afternoon I took a spin on the Pashley Guv'nor over to Fulbourn Fen and onto Fleam Dyke in order to sit under the oak tree on the bronze-age burial mound at Mutlow Hill and eat my sandwiches, dri

2 weeks ago

colour photos black and white photography Thomas Jefferson Fleam Dyke Fulbourn Fen Epicurus Bronze-Age Mutlow Hill Fuji X100F monochrome Chalk Hill Blues Pashley Guv'nor

“Dizzy with déjà vu”—A meditation on the heatwave, edgelands, Summerfield Avenue & Big Data

A small piece of edgeland in Buckinghamshire READINGS: Matthew 11:7-9 Inversnaid (1881) by Gerard Manley Hopkins This darksome burn, horseback brown, His rollrock highroad roaring down, In coop and in

3 weeks ago

Jesus Gerard Manley Hopkins interstitial Brexit Chris Wood Big Data DCMS edgelands James Bridle Kirby-le-Soken New Dark Age Summerfield Avenue Vote Leave

“Stranger, here you will do well to tarry; here our highest good is pleasure”—letting ‘fellow suffering’ go and encouraging ‘fellow rejoicing’

An espalier READINGS: Matthew 22:39 Jesus said: “Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself .” Friedrich Nietzsche in Dawn [1881] (trans. Brittain Smith, Stanford University Press, 2011) §174 Moral fash

4 weeks ago

nietzsche compassion Jesus Gardens Address self-care Epicurus Dawn Epicurean Gathering Epicureanism Ethical Hedonism Garden Communities Gay Science Human All-Too Human Kevin Ansell-Pearson

Standing up to Racism in Cambridge

On the right, Lord Balfe and in the centre, Daniel Zeichner with Alex Meyer It was splendid to see such a variety of people (including many old and new friends) at the Stand Up To Racism rally and mar

4 weeks ago

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A few photos from the Cambridgeshire Fens near the Wilbrahams

Wildflowers along the path beside Quy Water Yesterday, on one of my days off, I decided to take the footpath from Quy Water Bridge south-east towards Little Wilbraham and turn off towards the south-we

07/18/2018 08:23:00 AM

colour photos black and white photography Fulbourn Fen Cambridgeshire Fens Fuji X100F Dursley-Pedersen Great Wilbraham Common Little Wilbraham Teversham