Two of the blogs I subscribe to have recently featured posts on a sense of place. Both are by writer, Nigel Featherstone. In his own blog he reflects on the part landscape plays in his life, and in his posting on Verity La he shares a story about abandoned cubby huts photographed by Daniel Armstrong. These are inspiring viewing. You can read ‘a life about landscape’ and ‘abandoned cubby huts dreaming and decay’ by clicking the links.
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