Tag Archives for landscape

Where the wild places are

“A city, a countryside from a distance is a city and a countryside; but, as you approach, they are houses, trees, shingles, leaves, grass, ants, legs of ants, and so on to infinity: all this is enveloped in the name … Continue reading

24. March 2011 by jfurnes1
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Cryptoforestry: a blog

Readers with an interest in the urban landscape, psychogeography or the cultural significance of trees and forests may want to have a look at the blog Cryptoforestry. The author’s interests range from exploring feral woodlands and recording the disruptive effects … Continue reading

14. January 2011 by jfurnes1
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Level 1 – new book display

The current book display on Level 1 is WORLD – from Stieglitz to Gursky: a selection of fine, contemplative images of the natural world, drawn from the library photography book collection.  Most of the selection is from the ‘outsize’ section – which can sometimes be overlooked – and includes one … Continue reading

04. March 2010 by jfurnes1
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