By Matthew Smith Taken in the summer in the Glencoe area of the Scottish Highlands First featured in Issue 11, 25/10/2018. All content owned by Matthew Smith.
By Ahmed Sorour “Blaga, a renowned inter-war poet and philosopher, advanced the concept of the Spatiul Mioritic (the Mioritic Space), which provided a definition of the Romanian national identity through a combination of environment and culture. Coming from Egypt, a land of endless sand, camels, and heat, the lush greenery was a welcome change of locale. I… Continue reading Mioritic Space
By Arisa Loomba Taken in Meta, a small Italian village on the Amalfi Coast, and Bangkok and Phuket, Thailand. First featured in Issue 11, 25/10/2018. All content owned by Arisa Loomba.
Matthew Smith The photograph is of the famous Concrete Cows of Milton Keynes. These are actually a replica by Bill Billings of the original work, which was made by Liz Leyh in the 1970s. I think it represents a kind of harmony between technology and nature. The modern concrete is merged with the traditional, bucolic image of cows grazing in the field. … Continue reading Concrete Cows
Emily Walden Walking the North Norfolk Coast Climbing Ben Nevis Walking the Dolomites All work is owned by Emily Walden and cannot be used without permission