Tuesday, 12 October 2010

Urban tracking

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10 comments:

Hear Mum Roar said...

My favourite was the 3 legged man, LOL!

mad said...

hmm... maybe the string is from a load of notices tied to the post - when the notice gets ripped off, the string falls un-noticed. either that or the posts are beginning to nest.
3-legged man - Rolf Harris of course! taking a stroll when on tour....

have to admit i find city rooftops fascinating - all the plants growing up there in the sky, and the chance of a peregrine chasing that pigeon...

Debi said...

I love this idea - maybe because I live in a very urban city (Los Angeles, CA). I especially like the idea that you can make your walks a mystery or game just by paying close attention to the details. Thanks for sharing!

(V.Kerr) School Time Adventures said...

This is such a good reminder that all we really need to do is go outside and help our children be explorers.

Sherry and Donna said...

Great post Juliet ... LOVE it!
Donna :) :)

Lily Horseman said...

Fantastic post Juliet, I have just been re reading Tom Brown and The sheer volume of sentences that I have to read aloud to anyone in close enough proximity is pretty high. I love your urban tracking slant.

JDaniel4's Mom said...

I need to try this with my son. I don't think we will see any three legged men though.

homeage said...

LOL! A great post, and I love that the world doesn't have to be bature or natural for us to enjoy, find beauty or be inspired by it :)

Christie - Childhood 101 said...

You are such a clever lady. I love the idea of weaving a story into your streetscape. Fantastic as always!

Anne Keisman Cissel said...

Wonderful! I lived in Philadelphia and New York City for most of my life, and I am so interested in how to explore nature in an urban environment. Thanks!