Posts Tagged ‘Recreation’

Robert Frost (1874 -1953) From Mountain Interval 1920 The Road Not Taken TWO roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth; Then took the other, as just […]


Axis is 21 today, so I sent them this drawing just to wish them a happy birthday. On 21 November 2012, Axisweb turns 21. We’re in a reflective mood so are celebrating (along with cake and party games) with a rummage around our archive to bring you 21 highlights from the last 21 years of […]


For the full set follow this link: Analogue Web Portal – a set on Flickr. Related articles Real Institute: Analogue Web Portal (steffanjoneshughes.wordpress.com)


I thoroughly enjoyed Marcus Coates at Aberystwyth Arts Centre which finishes today. http://www.picture-this.org.uk/worksprojects/works/by-date/2007/dawn-chorus. Find a review here Dawn Chorus, by Marcus Coates, uses unique digital methods to explore the relationship between birdsong and the human voice, drawing out previously unexplored similarities between the behaviour of birds and humans. Dawn Chorus comprises films of 19 singers […]


I’m just a little bit fascinated by the Inshriach House at the moment. In particular the Beer Moth and the Bothy Project. The Beer Moth has landed. After 6 months of not hurrying the job it finally took a man called Kevin to get the Beer Moth up and running. For those of you who […]


River Respite – Caught by the River. River Wnion, Dolgellau Related articles Around the World of Wales in Three Days. Part 3: The Yin and Yang of Machynlleth, Accommodation (visitwales.co.uk) The best mountain bike trails in the uk. Mountain Biking in the UK – trails, routes and downhill rides – where do you start , […]



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