Tag Archives: Cambridge

Walking 28

‘A bridge between imagination and reality must be built.’

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Walking 27

‘It Takes a Year to Walk Around the Sun’

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Walking 26

‘…the liberating possibilities of a good walk.’ 

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Walking 23

‘…making the invisible visible…’

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Walking 22

‘…the sense of place that can only be gained on foot.’  

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Magog Down

Yesterday was a deceitful day, one of those when you start believing again that the seasons have changed, that spring is here.  It dawned bright and clear, the sun climbing into a luminous blue sky, streaming through the windows and … Continue reading

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Walking 20

‘…the key problem at the heart of the urban experience: are we individuals, or are we part of the crowd?’ 

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Walking 19

‘…the only living mammal, that is an obligatory striding biped.’

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Walking 16

‘We are not at home in the streets of our cities.’

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Walking 12

‘And then even the places I once knew intimately, I’ll walk over them again and know them in a different way.’

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Walking 8

‘…a culture that does not walk is bad for women.’

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Walking 6

‘…how easy it is for the flaneur to depart from the ideal of the philosopher out for a stroll, and to assume the features of the werewolf at large in the social jungle.’

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Walking 4

‘…to notice the unexpected beauty of the quotidian…’ Walking quotes come from three main sources: Wanderlust – A History of Walking, Rebecca Solnit (2001), Flaneuse, Lauren Elkin (2016) and The Walker – On Finding and Losing Yourself in the Modern … Continue reading

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Walking 2

‘…to notice the unexpected beauty of the quotidian…’

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Walking 1

‘The street is the only region of valid experience’, according to Andre Breton in Najda, quoted by Matthew Beaumont in The Walker – On Finding and Losing Yourself in the Modern City (2020).  I think this is pushing the perils … Continue reading

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