Summer. Autumn. Embodiment.

Yesterday Dominica Williamson of Ecogeographer photographed Autumn. Today she is reflecting on Summer. It’s been bitter sweet. Aug 1st was held without her dad. He died hours before Valentine’s Day this year. He had a summery beard, yellow and ginger streaks – excellent grey as he grew old. His death has continued to make her think about decomposing, forests, the unseen. Things she was in part thinking about already. Perhaps her sick sense knew what was coming. ‘This Summer sunshineRead more

The Giant’s Quoit

A snippet of work Ecogeographer has been designing many things for the Giant’s Quoit project such as the website, leaflets, posters and educational workshops and resources. It’s an exemplar community project and an important archaeological site – the first dig under a quoit for a long time. This Autumn it is busy designing the App, the book, the walks brochure (brilliantly researched by Ramblers) and it is developing the Oral History side things, which is helping to broaden the outreach.Read more

Mole Day

A Mole found in Treslothan Woods, Troon, Cornwall, whilst on an archaeological walk. It’s death has made me reflect on the year. It’s been a progressive, creative one, but also one full of strange sadness’. Drawing it has helped – an industrious digger but so soft and it has such fantastic claws and pads, and a beautiful mouth with shapely whiskers.Read more