Day 17: Sunset Over South West London

The late onset of spring here in the UK has meant that every evening there’s been a silencing sunset over south London. Thursday’s was stand-out spectacular. I get whimsical during sunsets at the best of times. In our current situation, I can’t help thinking that the recent fiery horizons hold some very strong metaphors. Much…

Day 3: What Does The Great Outdoors Mean To You?

With all the talk of boundaries, bans and social distancing I’m starting to view the outdoors in the most literal sense of the word: Just being outside. Over the years I’ve been extremely privileged to find myself in some of the most remote places on the planet. From the summit of cradle mountain in Tasmania…

London’s Shortest Season: Green Spaces In The East

Better late than never. It seems that proper summer, as opposed to ‘that warm week we always get in May’ has finally hit England’s capital. Temperatures have inched over 25 for the first time this year, and the infamous Central Line has inevitably become a sauna. More seriously, most people imagine a sprawling metropolis when…