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Archive for August 2012

  1. the Devil’s Quoits

    The reconstruction of the Devil’s Quoits, a stone circle and henge at Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire. Improbably located between a landfill site, a lake formed by gravel extraction pit and a recycling centre (the rural idyll of middle England or wot?), the site is pretty damn vibey. Can’t remember ever seeing so many damselfies in one place either. Makes ya think prehistoric reconstructions are the way forward, yeah?

     

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  2. Nowhere Island: Now Here Is Land

    Alex Hartley/Situations’ intriguing and excellent Nowhere Island project is travelling around the SW coast until September. Here it is, moored in Plymouth Sound on Thursday, with the embassy parked up on Jennycliff. Yeah, we’ve become citizens and have offered our own suggestions for the constitution. We’ll probably be back there for the Bristol leg next month too. Hopefully there will be less stinking, rotting seaweed than there was on Jennycliff Beach!). Check it out here.

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  3. Tinside

    Tinside saltwater lido on Plymouth Hoe. The best swimming pool in the universe. And maybe the coldest water too.

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  4. Hampton stone circle

    Hampton stone circle, Dorset. OOOOOOFFFFF!

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