Tag Archives: Amsterdam

illustrating the endless diversity of cityscapes

One may argue that the most difficult aspect to notice is that which is all and ever present (the fish and water argument). Luckily, I’ve been living in big cities not long enough to run a risk of taking them that … Continue reading

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environments as palimpsests

The title of this post pays homage to the writer and photographer, Teju Cole, whom I just came across in my daily grazing of the digital pastures I use to hook up with the rest of the world (here for another, running-related … Continue reading

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another way of looking at it

I enjoy reading a well-written newspaper column. Their authors are often chosen for their writing skills and their ability to shed an unusual light on things. That thing may be at the centre of media attention or it may be … Continue reading

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