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Some Landscapes: Twitter Archive




This is an archive of the Some_landscapes twitter feed using http://www.allmytweets.net/#Some_landscapes
Most of these are about landscape in the arts and many contain links that have never made it onto the blog.
I will occasionally update it simply by over-writing it.

  • The Vorrh by Brian Catling reviewed by Michael Moorcock, a Roussel-inspired sf novel set in a vast sentient forest http://t.co/hSDUVHeudN May 23, 2015
  • "The sound of water escaping from Mill dams... Willows, Old rotten Banks, slimy posts, & brickwork. I love such things..." - John Constable May 22, 2015
  • 'The sound of water escaping from Mill dams' - new post on Constable and Ruisdael, angling and watermills http://t.co/Bqns5lN0pk May 22, 2015
  • “I paint with my back to the world...” A really nice piece on the great Agnes Martin by @olivialanguage http://t.co/ljdckUQB3l May 22, 2015
  • Toshio Shibata’s Photographs of Water http://t.co/5d4MoMmo4w May 20, 2015
  • Odds of 5/1 that Turner will be on next £20 note (see also my post on artists and bank notes http://t.co/Rdpz2SCZAb) http://t.co/SsDw1drxp3 May 19, 2015
  • Landspeak - Robert Macfarlane. It's another piece adapted from his book, but quite a few interesting comments below. https://t.co/uVSSDUfxzy May 17, 2015
  • 'Swoop': artwork showing a flock of starlings unveiled on a hillside at Elland to mark the Tour de Yorkshire http://t.co/JU6oAVnXhl May 13, 2015
  • A short post on Mountains and Waves, a concert at the Barbican http://t.co/VN5PvFyNLH May 12, 2015
  • Julian Huxley on the wireless in 1942, saying the yellowhammer’s song was the essence of hot country roads in July... http://t.co/aF9I0C72qE May 12, 2015
  • Dwelling with Place: Lorine Niedecker's Ecopoetics: http://t.co/7Yyxcxe1XL May 12, 2015
  • 'Pastoral' https://t.co/c83GGxtltp May 10, 2015
  • There's an enchanted nighttime forest and a sparkling glacier cave but overall the Biennale is 'a glum trudge'... http://t.co/2OZAx9OW6Z May 10, 2015
  • @Some_landscapes (For what it's worth I loved the audiobook of 'Inherent Vice' read by Ron McLarty. It's Thomas Pynchon's birthday today...) May 08, 2015
  • 'Fans of the shipping forecast will hear an incantatory magic.' Robert Macfarlane in '20 best audiobooks of all time' http://t.co/PUhGuLYGdk May 08, 2015
  • @owenbooth Thanks - some might consider that green a little de trop but I like it! Lots of great detail eg every grain in the floorboards... May 08, 2015
  • Good piece on Herzog's 'Walking in Ice' draws parallels with his film 'The Great Ecstasy of Woodcarver Steiner' http://t.co/KjqmO6gFnS May 08, 2015
  • Bit of escapism here - new post on a hidden landscape in an early Netherlandish painting http://t.co/Bqns5lN0pk May 08, 2015
  • @gilliandarley I was very taken with the Sonia Delaunay blue tie, even though I rarely wear them these days. Great exhibition. May 05, 2015
  • 'As we first reach the figure on Lundy, Antony Gormley insists we just sit on the clifftop in contemplative silence' http://t.co/eouDeexBGe May 05, 2015
  • Some memorable paintings in the Marlene Dumas exhibition, including two 'Homesick' dream landscapes (p1 of this pdf: http://t.co/CVyuzagaqi) May 04, 2015
  • Italo Calvino and the landscape of Liguria - new post http://t.co/Q312YSdWvH May 03, 2015
  • 'I sing of brooks, of blossoms, birds, and bowers...' Robert Herrick, 'The Argument Of His Book' http://t.co/mYIUXUJLqr May 03, 2015
  • 'Here too are dreaming landscapes...' - Miroslav Holub, 'In the Microscope' May 02, 2015
  • Jakob Wagner's aerial photography reveals the graphical agricultural structures in the German countryside http://t.co/qljNz44OpH May 02, 2015
  • Thanks for RTs of my Christian Marclay piece and today's post on May in art @janealliez @Landscapism @owenbooth @Lines_Landscape @Fifepsy May 01, 2015
  • A nice leaving present from my work colleagues yesterday. http://t.co/HvNkHZahaG May 01, 2015
  • Lovers, music, hawking and the greening of the landscape: a new post on the month of May http://t.co/ujnm92vJNi May 01, 2015
  • In Highbury & Islington tube station today I saw three advertising posters in which trees are superimposed on faces http://t.co/JHmDLC6fy1 Apr 29, 2015
  • Interview with Whang In-kie who makes digital landscapes out of plastic blocks, rivets and Swarovski crystals http://t.co/xpaa53cZSb Apr 28, 2015
  • RT @Fifepsy: . @Some_landscapes contemplates a riverine version of Christian Marclay's twenty-four hour montage film 'The Clock' http://t.c… Apr 28, 2015
  • This piece I wrote for 'Caught by the River' incorporates a 'name that film' picture quiz http://t.co/RzME880CG4 Apr 27, 2015
  • Katrina Palmer's word sculpture on the Isle of Portland http://t.co/mSfi6Bmjze Apr 27, 2015
  • 'The name “Sappho” may derive from the Hittite word meaning “numinous,” or from a Hittite name for a holy mountain.' http://t.co/PO0dmwZQsQ Apr 25, 2015
  • Reprinted: Onward and Upward in the Garden by Katharine S. White http://t.co/CC5R6jiYqm (her only book, put together by husband E.B. White) Apr 25, 2015
  • RT @hackneymarshman: Sad to see another pair of dead underpants. Possibly a fox, but more likely a sign of illegal hunting/pants-baiting. h… Apr 25, 2015
  • I've updated my post on artificial underground rivers of mercury following new discoveries in Mexico http://t.co/QGcPw4YGsb Apr 25, 2015
  • This new graphic novel on the Cold Mountain poets looks great http://t.co/VSxGQbszjk - thanks @SeanMichaelWord Apr 25, 2015
  • I was in the Cairngorms. Here's a new post on the poetry of Nan Shepherd: http://t.co/Bqns5lN0pk Apr 23, 2015
  • John Lewis-Stempel's Meadowland wins the Thwaites Wainwright Prize http://t.co/Kk5WCK7Z6j Apr 22, 2015
  • RT @Londonist: Is there any truth in the urban myth of the Field Of Forty Footsteps? http://t.co/m3ZiazI8Vw http://t.co/tX2WN3riKD Apr 22, 2015
  • Walked past this cool billboard poster for Mountains and Waves @BarbicanCentre. We are going to the closing concert. http://t.co/4IYjmww6La Apr 21, 2015
  • The @occasionalpaper crowd funded book on Roger Ackling is 76% there and has nine days to go... http://t.co/pE4mLHQ2FU Apr 21, 2015
  • 'A mason times his mallet to a lark’s twitter' Guardian piece on the opening of Basil Bunting's 'Briggflatts' http://t.co/kT8JPly8kM Apr 20, 2015
  • Interesting piece by @landscapism on a sense of place in the film Catch Me Daddy http://t.co/iPvCvoSrjQ Apr 20, 2015
  • H is for Hawk poster at Aviemore. Last week at Doncaster station, the same posters. I guess they're in all stations. http://t.co/lXrbfW4sKo Apr 19, 2015
  • Cairngorms. Clouds forming themselves in imitation of snow patches. http://t.co/yDGMqAhPjh Apr 19, 2015
  • Just waking up on the Caledonian Sleeper to a blur of mountains http://t.co/b7f44Aj4YV Apr 17, 2015
  • Ruskin's panorama of the Alps. I was looking at it this week on my final work trip to Sheffield before moving jobs. http://t.co/oSQaLtkqoh Apr 16, 2015
  • RT @M_Z_Harrison: Wow! @tweetbytheriver have made At Hawthorn Time their book of the month, and LOOK at @EmmaLWarren’s lovely review! http:… Apr 16, 2015
  • Kathleen Jamie on a hidden loch and land ownership in the @LRB http://t.co/gpyc38QG7C Apr 16, 2015
  • 'Heroines commonly find their most intense pleasures alone in these secretive landscapes' - new post http://t.co/Bqns5lvp0K Apr 15, 2015
  • RT @BBCRadio3: This is lovely. Sound recordist @ChrisRWatson talks to @SaraMohrPietsch in his Composer's Room (a forest, obviously) http://… Apr 13, 2015
  • Blossom viewing: 'they drink sake and compose linked verse; and finally they heartlessly break off great branches...' http://t.co/QWc4j9cwCJ Apr 13, 2015
  • @bldgblog @pruned Suspect there'll be a few of us still posting to Blogger in our dotage long after humanity has left the internet behind. Apr 12, 2015
  • Marina Hyde's piece suggests General Elections define their own landscapes - this one a succession of non-spaces http://t.co/8kGj2EQfnV Apr 11, 2015
  • RT @TimDee4: The Living Beauty of Wicken Fen http://t.co/cuv7huDBah - Helen Macdonald as good as ever on the unwilding and the rewilding. Apr 10, 2015
  • New post on Nicolas Bouvier's travel writing http://t.co/Bqns5lN0pk (with thanks to @ElandPublishing for giving me the books last year...) Apr 10, 2015
  • Robert Macfarlane on eeriness and a 'landscape constituted more actively by what is missing than by what is present' http://t.co/uWIh9jevAj Apr 10, 2015
  • 'Whenever I look at a mountain I always expect it to turn into a volcano' - Italo Svevo, 'Confessions of Zeno' Apr 10, 2015
  • 'My father ... considered a walk among the mountains as the equivalent of church-going' - Aldous Huxley, 'Those Barren Leaves' Apr 10, 2015
  • A Little Chaos: not a great film but interesting from a garden design perspective (Kate Winslet is the designer) http://t.co/0rjObgGDXX Apr 09, 2015
  • Somehow as moving as a poem - short news item on how life below Antarctic ice survives on ancient forests http://t.co/v94VrBPRrL Apr 09, 2015
  • Coming later this year: a new monograph on Samuel Palmer by William Vaughan http://t.co/1pFElHB28y Apr 08, 2015
  • This year's Brighton Festival has an Art & Nature theme, eg a collaboration with @HelenJMacdonald & @olivialanguage http://t.co/3ULCsf6HsF Apr 08, 2015
  • It is William Wordsworth's birthday. Here are my posts on Wordsworth and landscape... http://t.co/Z552FaCWtc Apr 07, 2015
  • April 11th is @SlowArtDay - here's a post I did on T J Clark's book about painting slowly revealing itself http://t.co/2AOQO5HxE3 Apr 06, 2015
  • 'Every image has its latent strangeness' - @LauraCummingArt on the Eric Ravilious show at Dulwich (sounds unmissable) http://t.co/ZCRhdJD9ww Apr 05, 2015
  • Las Vegas vs The Landscape: Photographer Michael Light Exposes the Terraforming of the American Dream http://t.co/A8fKxIRSXA Apr 05, 2015
  • A swaying cornfield, a rusty Ferris wheel, an abandoned cinema - new Wim Wenders photography exhibition in Düsseldorf http://t.co/CxZvluiyG6 Apr 02, 2015
  • Robert Macfarlane's Landmarks is on Radio 4. This is the chapter where he explores a cave with Richard Skelton. http://t.co/Od0xCCLfL3 Apr 02, 2015
  • A landscape saved by poets (Edward Thomas & Robert Frost, with an intervention from @motionandrew) http://t.co/UTNCXGiFJF Apr 01, 2015
  • RT @Ilieve: Stillness & stars & birdsong. @Some_landscapes describes everything that is wonderful about Tomas Tranströmer's poems http://t.… Apr 01, 2015
  • In Liguria, rereading Calvino http://t.co/I7zgR9Rqeo Mar 31, 2015
  • RT @LauraCummingArt: Just seen this Ravilious - the Seurat of Sussex...so wonderful @DulwichGallery http://t.co/CtobQauLID Mar 29, 2015
  • New post on a concert last week with @robsaintjohn, @laurarecorder and Richard Skelton http://t.co/Bqns5lN0pk Mar 29, 2015
  • Talking through a gap in the landscape http://t.co/A3OdYdS92H Mar 29, 2015
  • Interactive literary map of Edinburgh has a "sentiment visualiser” that uses algorithms to locate cheerless haunts http://t.co/cExqjcwTgI Mar 29, 2015
  • 'Sometimes a cigar may be just a cigar, but a skyscraper is always a big swaying dick' - Will Self on good form http://t.co/7sS4A1j7q8 Mar 28, 2015
  • A stone is taken from a mountain and installed in a gallery. Art or vandalism? http://t.co/r5rCYoMoch Mar 27, 2015
  • RIP Tomas Tranströmer http://t.co/LPiI09Ijpp #TomasTranstromer Mar 27, 2015
  • Carl Andre: “A man climbs a mountain because it is there, a man makes a work of art because it is not there.” http://t.co/wudyw9Zru5 Mar 25, 2015
  • Poem of the week in The Guardian is 'Landscape' by John Hewitt http://t.co/HLlqMuChqD Mar 24, 2015
  • Let's slip off to a sand dune, real soon... 'Midnight at the Oasis' with @chrisrwatson http://t.co/7Sg3UkZ1qd Mar 23, 2015
  • Philip Hoare on language, landscape and new nature writing (disconcertingly illustrated with a photo of Eva Braun) http://t.co/4la4J9AzQ9 Mar 23, 2015
  • Hawks, butterflies, coasts and footpaths: how nature writing turned to literary gold http://t.co/TK0UGDPrTb Mar 22, 2015
  • (That Sebald trailer is preceded by an ad for something very noisy called Battlefield Hardline - or maybe that was just targeted at me.) Mar 21, 2015
  • Trailer for the new W.G. Sebald / Austerlitz film with Denis Lavant http://t.co/ZtyExBOVaB (via @terrypitts) Mar 21, 2015
  • Elsewhere, "hear goodly orchards planted are in fruite which doo abounde. Thine eye wolde make thin hart rejoyce to see so pleasant grounde" Mar 21, 2015
  • Mysteriously the map shows hilly landscape near "The Worldesend” as "dryven downe by the removyng of the ground" http://t.co/AsWMvr5E3b Mar 21, 2015
  • The beautiful restored Elizabethan Sheldon tapestry map is to be displayed at University of Oxford's Bodleian library http://t.co/AsWMvr5E3b Mar 21, 2015
  • RT @tedgioia: Missing John Ruskin photographs of Venice discovered. http://t.co/JyWl3lRbci http://t.co/hMWBM5eLEc Mar 20, 2015
  • “The Fauve of Flints” - Richard Long has been given the 'Art Icon 2015 Award' at a Whitechapel fundraising bash. http://t.co/6sPrT7pdlc Mar 20, 2015
  • 'His topological and architectural drawings, generously reproduced here, are exquisite' - new John Aubrey biography: http://t.co/AkTTY3TBsz Mar 20, 2015
  • 🗻 Mt Fuji has its own emoji. Fear that our language of landscape eventually reduces down to a list of Nature emojis: http://t.co/YWFyKLNPQf Mar 20, 2015
  • How Hokusai’s ‘The Great Wave’ went viral http://t.co/WMi0gfXhpT Mar 20, 2015
  • Great list - the 10 best nature books chosen by @TimDee4 (though I might have gone for 'Amazon Adventure') http://t.co/0TNJxelTfe Mar 20, 2015
  • Just walked through the City during the eclipse. Groups of office workers staring up, looking for a sign. White sky remained utterly blank. Mar 20, 2015
  • Sounds like this would have saved T H White a lot of trouble - 'Falcons learn to hunt by chasing drones' http://t.co/sahr0KTHA9 Mar 20, 2015
  • Nice short interview on @StuartMaconie Freak Zone (at 1 hr 11m) with Richard Skelton on music and landscape http://t.co/yTj0gEotVu Mar 18, 2015
  • @amycutler1985 @casparhenderson keep them coming Amy. I've seen beards shaped like glaciers, scree slopes and alluvial fans in Hackney. Mar 17, 2015
  • RT @amycutler1985: I interrupt whatever you're doing to bring you an etching from 1777 of a lady with a garden on her head. http://t.co/jJyMar 17, 2015
  • A few thoughts on Robert Macfarlane's new book 'Landmarks' http://t.co/r2VzyA6nk3 Mar 15, 2015
  • Mother's Day! At the centre of 'Whistler's Mother' there is an enigmatic grey landscape, a painting-within-a-painting http://t.co/jiqykMeAZd Mar 15, 2015
  • Thanks for RTs on my rune poems post @JoDacombe @Lines_Landscape et al. And that painting in my last tweet is by Hans Memling by the way. Mar 15, 2015
  • Landscape glimpsed behind a tree, though a door, across a courtyard, through a window, across a room, through a frame http://t.co/d0HFk3YT8V Mar 14, 2015
  • RT @Fifepsy: Utagawa Yoshitora’s 1866 woodblock prints of London. A city he had never visited: http://t.co/PQZHjjvsYW @Slate http://t.co/JXMar 14, 2015
  • Snow in American poetry, an essay by Stephen Burt: http://t.co/56hHy5rLy0 Mar 13, 2015
  • Language and landscape: a new post on the old rune poems http://t.co/Bqns5lN0pk Mar 13, 2015
  • Proposal for tornado-shaped skyscraper in Tulsa. Weather-shaped buildings sound good. Guess you couldn't do drizzle. http://t.co/ingWcofHdp Mar 13, 2015
  • Environmental Readings: a reading list for landscape architecture and green literature https://t.co/TewplYi9Tm Mar 12, 2015
  • Virginia Woolf wanders among the ruins of London (via @FiveDials and @briangdillon) http://t.co/58p3eGwN9k Mar 12, 2015
  • 'Deleuze and Guattari got “arborescence” all wrong' - why we should value tree thinking http://t.co/w9oIEswMza Mar 11, 2015
  • RT @Fifepsy: "a place of alchemy and transformation ..." Ken Worpole's essay 'The Law Of The Forest & The Freedom Of The Streets' https://t… Mar 10, 2015
  • RT @casparhenderson: 'Mist rises, separating summit colors; Rain falls, muting sounds of spring' Living in the Mountains @Some_landscapes … Mar 09, 2015
  • Review of the Richard Diebenkorn exhibition: http://t.co/MHpPsMDcJa Here's a short post I did on him back in 2006: http://t.co/UCY2h8EUk7 Mar 09, 2015
  • Poets compose a new version of the Lyrical Ballads, including Alice Oswald and @motionandrew http://t.co/3ZdHDuC0IX Mar 09, 2015
  • 'In the mountains I lost my mind, / Followed my nature, and let my words soar.' - from a poem by Pang Yun (?-815) translated by Charles Egan Mar 08, 2015
  • 'Clouds break over the land, spring light stirs...' A new post on the Zen monks of China http://t.co/Bqns5lN0pk Mar 08, 2015
  • RT @HamishH1931: W.G. Sebald driving a tractor (photo from Marbacher Kataloge) http://t.co/X01ssy8vOl Mar 08, 2015
  • Zhang Enli's enlarged views of water, leaves and trees at Hauser & Wirth's Somerset gallery http://t.co/6fqh7Fezu4 Mar 07, 2015
  • RT @BorthwickDave: Tom Gauld ribbing R. Macfarlane et al gently in today's Guardian http://t.co/pMTT8D72Ij Mar 07, 2015
  • Having hosted a riotous party for fifteen eight-year-olds I am trying to achieve a state of Zen calm by reading Han Shan's mountain poems. Mar 07, 2015
  • 'Rather than appreciating the magic of salmon spawning, I was slowly going insane.' Negative article on Slow TV: http://t.co/XyFRq82woh Mar 07, 2015
  • Retreating to the coast to paint landscapes, a rich man cannot escape the consequences of his own money. Henry James: http://t.co/q39lb1IjTE Mar 06, 2015
  • Looking forward to reading 'Landmarks'. Here's a post I wrote on river words drawing on Barry Lopez's 'Home Ground' http://t.co/Kc1idNVc17 Mar 06, 2015
  • RT @Landscapism: New Landscapism blog post - A Skin Too Few: The Days of Nick Drake http://t.co/KNw8YEs1Gd #NickDrake Mar 04, 2015
  • RT @BobbySeal1: 'When I behold a stream...' great blog post by @Some_landscapes #JohnDonne #PyrfordPlace http://t.co/rDkxKnanbq Mar 04, 2015
  • Landscape in my Mind photography exhibition video (very deep-voiced Austrian Kurator, English subtitles) http://t.co/RiuGDclLZj Mar 03, 2015
  • Ron Costley obituary - I discussed his collaborations with Ian Hamilton Finlay recently: http://t.co/yuanrodU63 http://t.co/72eeih85PY Mar 02, 2015
  • 'Sadly, hardly anybody ever watches the arrival of spring on Woldgate' -David Hockney painting highlights fly-tipping http://t.co/kfEK3DCQdf Mar 02, 2015
  • 'When I behold a stream...' New post (one for the geographers, and frustrated lovers) http://t.co/Bqns5lN0pk Mar 01, 2015
  • The Poem that Took the Place of a Mountain by Wallace Stevens http://t.co/sU8arUjXsg Feb 28, 2015
  • Starts on 20 March: Painting Paradise: The Art of the Garden at The Queen's Gallery http://t.co/pP1EgPoiPs Feb 28, 2015
  • RT @olivialanguage: Wrote about the beautifully inventive paintings of Richard Diebenkorn in advance of the @royalacademy show http://t.co/Feb 28, 2015
  • A new post on windswept trees and the sounds and silences of the Canadian forest: http://t.co/Bqns5lN0pk Feb 28, 2015
  • 'Words to shape our senses of place' - Robert Macfarlane introduces his new book on the language of landscape http://t.co/15gbR7rxGF Feb 27, 2015
  • 'This was a day made absolute, the sun unflawed, the blue sky pure' - J. A. Baker http://t.co/9i9GQGfCp7 Feb 27, 2015
  • James Turrell Is allowing a select number of visitors to see Roden Crater - cost $6,500 a person http://t.co/j8egqNMa5d Feb 26, 2015
  • “Anyone who doesn’t engage with nature is deluded” - review of a talk by Kathleen Jamie http://t.co/8y73nOQj4q Feb 23, 2015
  • Not new, but I've just noticed these Bruce Chatwin covers, like very abstract landscapes http://t.co/eq9LQTgyPr http://t.co/FpuxslINso Feb 22, 2015
  • @jeremy_millar_1 a favourite of mine http://t.co/KpfHB7DMxd (on its appearance in Le Temps du Loup) Feb 22, 2015
  • Warhol/Morris in Oxford is really enjoyable; Blake was absolutely packed but it's always good to see his Dante and Virgil engravings Feb 21, 2015
  • Cambridge last week, Oxford tomorrow for Blake & Morris/Warhol. I know, I know - 'He fills his head with culture/ He gives himself an ulcer' Feb 20, 2015
  • 'The Louvre of the Pebble' - new post on Ian Hamilton Finlay at @kettlesyard http://t.co/Bqns5lN0pk Feb 20, 2015
  • That was a quote from 'Two Spring Charms (fragments from the Norwegian)' translated by James Wright. Feb 20, 2015
  • Now it is late winter. Years ago, I walked through a spring wind Bending green wheat In a field near Trondhjem. - Norwegian charm c1000 Feb 20, 2015
  • RT @bldgblog: Extraordinary photos of gold mines by @davidmaisel1 reveal the scars that fuel our economy: http://t.co/T6djdknc3R http://t.c… Feb 20, 2015
  • New listicle: 10 books about rivers including Alice Oswald, Joseph Conrad, @olivialanguage and the Epic of Gilgamesh http://t.co/JgvBZR0DCQ Feb 19, 2015
  • Soon on BBC4: Martha Kearney walks in the footsteps of George Victor Du Noyer, a 19th century artist and geologist. http://t.co/Mwjho8YOPh Feb 19, 2015
  • My boys sadly don't read much about natural world but are fascinated by Minecraft where they can design it. http://t.co/Z9p8KIUWrg Feb 19, 2015
  • The @WhitworthArt Gallery has Cai Guo-Qiang's huge gunpowder drawing 'Unmanned Nature' in its new landscape gallery: http://t.co/VQXOaHTxDn Feb 18, 2015
  • Blimey - @landscapism has posted on pretty much everything here: http://t.co/APymX4IwU7. Will read this properly after I've had my dinner. Feb 17, 2015
  • A comprehensive history of low-poly art - mostly video game design but some references to art history http://t.co/PhCTIJmw4r via @bldgblog Feb 16, 2015
  • @BorthwickDave probably will but not yet... did two posts last week! Feb 15, 2015
  • Went to this today - Ian Hamilton Finlay at Kettle's Yard. It's still on for a couple more weeks. http://t.co/Fx39K1dIYJ Feb 15, 2015
  • Body/Landscape: Björk 'Black Lake' trailer http://t.co/Kg94MSDNnz Feb 15, 2015
  • A great post by @Fifepsy on Werner Herzog's 'Of Walking in Ice': http://t.co/hHMX4GgDNO Feb 14, 2015
  • Excellent article on architect Paul Rudolph (subscribers only). The bit about his transparent bath tub made me laugh. http://t.co/HqjVrJazsv Feb 14, 2015
  • @Wordsworthians @AdamNeikirk Rebecca Solnit has a chapter on Wordsworth in her book about walking, Wanderlust Feb 14, 2015
  • Might be appropriate today - Petrarch's 'Di pensier in pensier, di monte in monte’ a poem of love and landscape: http://t.co/KZ4iEb1Udn Feb 14, 2015
  • My new post on Bruce Chatwin and Werner Herzog includes a map I made tracing Herzog's walk from Munich to Paris http://t.co/7jPHFRyG1I Feb 13, 2015
  • My latest post on the ruination and regeneration of Sheffield - http://t.co/Bqns5lN0pk Thanks to retweeters and @IanThomp et al for comments Feb 11, 2015
  • RT @annyleshaw: Richter's Lake Lucerne sells for a serene £14m to Francis Outred on the phone @ChristiesInc http://t.co/xY8SauWpjr Feb 11, 2015
  • Patrick Leigh Fermor would have been 100 today. Here's my post from last year on 'The Broken Road' http://t.co/XFxbm1PKH5 Feb 11, 2015
  • Is Sheffield Ugly? My new post mentions Turner, Elvis, @owenhatherley, post-war architecture and nuclear holocaust: http://t.co/Bqns5lvp0K Feb 09, 2015
  • Gerhard Richter was born #OTD http://t.co/xJ7DMzYSeJ Feb 09, 2015
  • RT @HUObrist: Roni Horn I always go where the water is. #RoniHorn #water http://t.co/YX8retQHCC Feb 09, 2015
  • Just been round Adventures of the Black Square at @_TheWhitechapel - no landscapes of course but a really interesting exhibition. Feb 08, 2015
  • Really interesting new post on caves, cliffs and picture poems at the Wordsworth Trust Blog (@Wordsworthians) https://t.co/lsPadqhis7 Feb 07, 2015
  • The Ori Gersht exhibition starts today in Eastbourne - Includes his film tracing the last journey of Walter Benjamin http://t.co/NJMLF3KbDD Feb 07, 2015
  • Andrew O’Hagan: ‘great poets are the landscape they magic into being.' http://t.co/QXubvi5Dqq Feb 07, 2015
  • RT @BobbySeal1: Katherine Mansfield’s Olfactory Map of London - new blog post http://t.co/0OfFVw7Ax6 Feb 06, 2015
  • John Gerrard's art on industrial architecture and its place in the landscape, including Google’s data farm http://t.co/zeKvtFe5YB Feb 05, 2015
  • It's Lee Ranaldo's birthday. Here's 'Amarillo Ramp (for Robert Smithson)' http://t.co/6NzJdd6T1a Feb 03, 2015
  • 'The Epic of Everest' is on the iPlayer this month http://t.co/ezEiRqOkTU http://t.co/3Gt4yyVVvc Feb 02, 2015
  • Lucy Wood interview: Author of 'Weathering' on the importance of the rural landscape http://t.co/5M698rb9vM Feb 02, 2015
  • 'One of the worst waters in the world and one of the most wicked coasts' - Emily Carr on the booming surf of Cha-atl http://t.co/2gSG6YFKG6 Jan 30, 2015
  • RT @seeyouelsewhere: The decline of travel guides, and why we might miss them, from @parisreview: http://t.co/EZCmdPQgTo Jan 30, 2015
  • Happy tenth birthday @PoetryArchive. Here's Alice Oswald reading Gerard Manley Hopkins' 'Inversnaid' http://t.co/iaTc8PPpoB Jan 30, 2015
  • 6 nature books chosen by @HelenJMacdonald http://t.co/o13XFmjGwK (I still occasionally consult parents' AA Book of the British Countryside) Jan 28, 2015
  • Helen wins again, wearing a pretty cool dress by the look of it. If you haven't read it yet you should. http://t.co/JZU5LqwKIw Jan 27, 2015
  • 'Evening Landscape with Timber Wagon', revelation of the Rubens show according to @LauraCummingArt (last paragraph) http://t.co/2BalszAltA Jan 25, 2015
  • Virginia Woolf was born #OTD - here's a post I did once on Orlando and the view over England http://t.co/ju7xqurSuT Jan 25, 2015
  • 'Long, static shots of the landscape...' A poor review for Mark Cousins' film on D. H. Lawrence in Sardinia. http://t.co/2PHSkbVptD Jan 24, 2015
  • Chris Drury has this artwork in the Wellcome museum. Woven maps and echocardiogram - mountains make the heart race http://t.co/uaSxSiav3r Jan 24, 2015
  • 'Time has come full circle: from pastoral ruin to pastoral ruin' - new post on 'Under Another Sky' by @chiggi http://t.co/2gSG6YFKG6 Jan 23, 2015
  • RT @UnlikelyWorlds: Vacation in nostalgialand - 25000 Tichnor Bros. postcards of the USA from the 1930s, organised by state: https://t.co/hJan 23, 2015
  • 'The use of the cow as an object of taste must be avoided' - Veblen on parks and the theory of the leisure class http://t.co/2gSG6YFKG6 Jan 22, 2015
  • Dark mires where only priests should wade: short post two years ago on Wolf Hall and the king as landscape http://t.co/0bHL3Nk4kF Jan 22, 2015
  • Nice @Landscapism post on the snow http://t.co/tbDINFjWhK. None yet in London but I could see it on the hills above Sheffield today. Jan 20, 2015
  • RT @mao_gallery: We're excited for Richard Long exhibition @ArnolfiniArts in July. Here's an installation shot of Long here in 1971 http://… Jan 20, 2015
  • Peter Doig said of Emily Carr's 'In Windswept Trees (1937-38) that “you are seeing the trees but you are also hearing them.” Jan 18, 2015
  • From the Forest to the Sea... At the Emily Carr show in Dulwich today we particularly liked her paintings of trees http://t.co/5smgrZdKkC Jan 18, 2015
  • Exciting new series. The Burton Watson is 'full of abandoned cities, mountainscapes, owls and goddesses'. http://t.co/AuIhkxpmkg Jan 17, 2015
  • RT @christianbok: Wiki News—"List of Rocks on Mars": http://t.co/fcQjDpLY7s (via @spacearcheology) Jan 17, 2015
  • 'The unshakeable wall around which swirled the mighty waves of the Arctic Ocean.' At the North Cape - new post: http://t.co/DaZCxj0vIR Jan 16, 2015
  • Great article by Iain Sinclair on the compulsion to dig, from frackers to the Hackney Mole Man. http://t.co/sxgBDJrPHb Jan 16, 2015
  • Thomas Hardy's bleakest novel infographic http://t.co/iPlipfRnfv (could do similar for landscape scenes but wouldn't be as interesting!) Jan 14, 2015
  • Richard Long to have new show in Bristol http://t.co/AD02eABxYs Jan 14, 2015
  • Exhibition in NYC on environmental sound art with Robert Macfarlane, Annea Lockwood, David Rotherburg et al http://t.co/GVKx9PkFTZ Jan 13, 2015
  • @talamhgirl @Slipshodspeller not that I recall. If this is what Glasgow hipsters are now ordering it sounds like you are ahead of the curve. Jan 13, 2015
  • Sad that Tinderbox closed. Fond memories of @Slipshodspeller taking us to the Glasgow one and me explaining yes we have one in Islington. Jan 12, 2015
  • 'Dear stream! dear bank, where often I Have sate and pleas’d my pensive eye...' The Water-fall by Henry Vaughan http://t.co/TeItaTCg2t Jan 11, 2015
  • Will Menter's work in sound and nature: water, wood, slate, ice... http://t.co/e9UMsFBlwL Jan 11, 2015
  • New post on Reliquiae 2 and the wanderings of Jürgen von der Wense http://t.co/2gSG6YFKG6 Jan 11, 2015
  • RT @tweetbytheriver: Soundings From the Estuary: Thames photography by Frank Watson. London exhibition info on CBTR http://t.co/bvtHTlHHO8Jan 11, 2015
  • Looks interesting: new documentary on Sérgio Bernardes - from playboy design star to controversial futurist innovator http://t.co/FbR62z3qLf Jan 11, 2015
  • Paul Scott exhibition includes Fracked series - platters depicting drilling platforms with fissures filled with gold. http://t.co/E2snDnic8o Jan 10, 2015
  • 'We can say nothing about the world without creating in some sense a breach between consciousness and landscape' http://t.co/FUMSVQspvo Jan 09, 2015
  • 'Mind moving through the occasions of its attention like water through stones and branches and colourful leaves' New: http://t.co/2gSG6YFKG6 Jan 09, 2015
  • Realising 'one of humanity’s longest held desires: knowing what it feels and looks like to fly over vast landscapes' http://t.co/8GuUqTjXqd Jan 09, 2015
  • Winter suns, anyone? Nasa produces vintage travel posters for newly discovered planets http://t.co/S1DbIfE0t5 Jan 09, 2015
  • Listening to Self orbit CERN. He always sounds to me like Marvin, although a brain the size of a planet wouldn't struggle with this science. Jan 08, 2015
  • RT @EconCulture: "The Yuan Legacy" at @FreerSackler: four artists whose techniques shaped the landscape traditions that followed http://t.c… Jan 08, 2015
  • Review of Damon Young's 'Voltaire’s Vine and Other Philosophies: How Gardens Inspired Great Writers' http://t.co/Yv43tK4YEI Jan 07, 2015
  • I seem to be only the second person to have listened to this piano piece on YouTube, 'River' from 'Dreamlandscapes' https://t.co/BU4IKeyDQK Jan 06, 2015
  • Turner's home rescued. He had a weeping willow there planted from a slip he took from the garden of Alexander Pope. http://t.co/4xcu0ImIGb Jan 06, 2015
  • Took kids to see The Hobbit part 3 this afternoon. Just looking back at what I said about landscape in Part 1: http://t.co/BiD4Sik5XY Jan 04, 2015
  • 'It's so mega. I don't even know how to describe it, even to myself.' @the_eco_thought is collaborating with Björk... http://t.co/XhQApCPLo8 Jan 04, 2015
  • By the time Philip II of Spain died in 1598, 40% of the tapestries in his collection depicted gardens and landscapes. http://t.co/i5JIV4SDym Jan 03, 2015
  • @DianaJHale We've got 'Family Tree' (with 'Poor Mum') but haven't got the Molly Drake album. This new book ends with a poignant poem by her. Jan 03, 2015
  • @DianaJHale thanks for that. Today's most appropriate Nick Drake song is 'Rain'. Jan 03, 2015
  • 'Saturday sun came early one morning In a sky so clear and blue' Sadly not this morning though. My Nick Drake post: http://t.co/2gSG6YFKG6 Jan 03, 2015
  • New post on nature and Nick Drake: http://t.co/IgqfngmzPv Jan 02, 2015
  • Not seen the Maggi Hambling abstract sea paintings yet. My mother went and liked them. Jonahan Jones loathed them: http://t.co/SixvaWkq4y Jan 01, 2015
  • 'I hope I may die before you, so that I may see Heaven before you improve it' - remark made to Capability Brown Dec 31, 2014
  • Landscape and Industry -photographs by Michael Collins reviewed http://t.co/iqoxzFRFPB Dec 31, 2014
  • @ericlonners with an e currency the landscape could reflect its value at any given point - peaks and troughs. The 'valley of death' etc. Dec 30, 2014
  • Long de Chirico shadows at Hampton Court today. http://t.co/oI0tj8UQQS Dec 30, 2014
  • Sounds good: Self Orbits CERN - Will Self embarks on a 50 km walking tour of the Large Hadron Collider. http://t.co/xNIZzoloUe Dec 30, 2014
  • Ian Bostridge talked about the Winterreise and said his favourite landscape is Hampstead Heath, where we had a perfect winter walk yesterday Dec 29, 2014
  • R4 discussion on landscape: Philip Marsden, Ian Bostridge, artist Victoria Crowe, Joanne Parker ('Britannia Obscura') http://t.co/zRVH9nKF3K Dec 29, 2014
  • New short post on Alice Oswald's dawn poem 'Tithonus'. http://t.co/2gSG6YFKG6 Dec 28, 2014

  • My wife got me a nice new Nick Drake book for Xmas. Love his childhood book 'My Gramophone Records' with ducks cover. http://t.co/mpJcGFK0WU Dec 28, 2014
  • 2015: the 400th anniversary of one of the most fascinating characters in the history of landscape art, Salvator Rosa http://t.co/t9bbHXGRUd Dec 27, 2014
  • The first colour photographs of America http://t.co/bIvIeB8txY Dec 26, 2014
  • Also coming to the Towner - Ori Gersht's 'Evaders', tracing the journeyof Walter Benjamin through the Pyrnees in 1940 http://t.co/xrNAAczeKq Dec 26, 2014
  • John Virtue: The Sea exhibition coming to the Towner on 17 January http://t.co/XP9hqnGPk8 Dec 26, 2014
  • 'When the white egret stands in the snow it has a different colour' - Dahui Zonggao (1089-1163) Dec 26, 2014
  • The importance of Hieronymus Cock - new post http://t.co/2gSG6YFKG6 Dec 26, 2014
  • RT @OUPAcademic: "She has made me in love with a cold climate, and frost and snow, with a northern moonlight." Robert Southey on Mary Wolls… Dec 26, 2014
  • Pliny at his desk http://t.co/0Amzfd7jWl (Plinius studying the World Wide Web and composing a blog post) Dec 26, 2014
  • Snow: http://t.co/qV0QD4SArz Ice: http://t.co/M7YcofBnf1 Dec 24, 2014
  • My favourite Christmas story by one of the great landscape describers in literature: Rock Crystal by Adalbert Stifter http://t.co/35uH8K5zix Dec 24, 2014
  • Admiration for William Morris today, reading at the NPG his 1887 Journal account of the difficulties in addressing a workers club in Hackney Dec 23, 2014
  • After so much acclaim, the ultimate accolade - @HelenJMacdonald features in my Dad's annual cryptic quiz which I've just been emailed. Dec 22, 2014
  • The clean rasping sound when spade sinks into gravelly ground... first sod cut for the new £4m Seamus Heaney centre http://t.co/WXQT2CcyQU Dec 21, 2014
  • RT @casparhenderson: Herzog inspirationals http://t.co/E9XYcjh2I4 http://t.co/UoOnz5XJoq Dec 20, 2014
  • That new blog post on landscape, art and money is dedicated to my esteemed friend @ericlonners Dec 20, 2014
  • New post on art, landscape and banknotes http://t.co/2gSG6YFKG6 Dec 20, 2014
  • RT @londonpsychogeo: #FF @Lines_Landscape is one of the things that makes twitter work for all of us. Delight, ideas and wonderful sharing … Dec 19, 2014
  • Concrete boulder in the Alps conceals 'a precarious 'Existenzminimum' somewhat subversive in its use' http://t.co/vR0No0n1Br Dec 19, 2014
  • Looking forward to @Ianbostridge on The Winter Journey (published 1 Jan) http://t.co/VMUcjNc16b. My post on it here: http://t.co/VolQkvocAs Dec 18, 2014
  • Paradise by way of Golders Green - on Charles Yerkes: Conquistador of Metroland http://t.co/qt7w9A0POr Dec 18, 2014
  • Karl Ove Knausgaard's favourite books include Landscape and Memory, The Baron in the Trees and Ulverton. http://t.co/ZtOchpHS7j Dec 17, 2014
  • RT @autumnfarewells: Via the always fine @Some_landscapes, Gareth E. Rees's Unofficial Britain Soundtrack (@BritUnofficial) - http://t.co/TDec 14, 2014
  • Intriguing fim about the last Serbian leaf players, 'Anplagd' (see Nick Cain piece in latest @thewiremagazine) http://t.co/Wxx1jEmKTg Dec 13, 2014
  • A little shout out for the @hackneymarshman 2014 mix at the end of that post BTW. It's certainly got me in the festive mood... Dec 13, 2014
  • A new post on some landscape and music in 2014 http://t.co/2gSG6YFKG6 Dec 13, 2014
  • RT @Wordsworthians: #OTD 1796 Coleridge writes of "Nature looking at me with a thousand looks of beauty and speaking to me in a thousand me… Dec 12, 2014
  • John Barrell is always a great read - here he is on Late Turner (with an amusing swipe at Jonathan Jones): http://t.co/rLqhN3H0lw Dec 12, 2014
  • RT @steverutt: Rising Ground: place writing on the LRB podcast featuring @JulianHoffman, Philip Marsden and Ken Warpole http://t.co/QRH1X6PDec 12, 2014
  • @Lines_Landscape They are - I got this out once too. I see I thought it 'solidly conservative'... http://t.co/eJgn9tXpcw Dec 11, 2014
  • The $6.5m canyon: beauty is cheap if you point a camera at a grand phenomenon of nature. http://t.co/G4nTiPZTMj Dec 10, 2014
  • RT @Dezeen: Famous architect quotes reimagined as roadside advertisements: http://t.co/P6kfZ3lc5x #design http://t.co/BOIQ1O4M34 Dec 10, 2014
  • Needs looking into by @Fifepsy I think... Charles Jencks' land art project at an old mine to be left half finished. http://t.co/iPE4F1nMhc Dec 09, 2014
  • Review at @theQuietus: 'Nimrod' is 'the most difficult and most rewarding of all of Richard Skelton's works.' http://t.co/XZJl02mfOE Dec 09, 2014
  • My big post on 2013 in landscape and music: http://t.co/lC2p1cq9Jx. Don't think I'll do something as long this time but suggestions welcome. Dec 07, 2014
  • Alice gives a different definition: ‘And "THE WABE" is the grass-plot round a sun-dial, I suppose?’ 'Of course it is’ replies Humpty Dumpty. Dec 06, 2014
  • Lewis Carroll defined ‘wabe’ as the side of a hill after its first appearance in ‘A Stanza of Anglo-Saxon Poetry’ http://t.co/7XJQsfqaxI Dec 06, 2014
  • At a puppet version of Jabberwocky today I was thinking it'd be good to see 'wabe' in Robert Macfarlane's 'Landmarks' http://t.co/9LK9nRWFhD Dec 06, 2014
  • In this post back in 2006 I wondered if Tony Blair might retire from public life to compose exquisite landscape poems http://t.co/nEwhHFwxZK Dec 05, 2014
  • Enjoyed writing this new post - landscapes within landscapes within landscapes... http://t.co/2gSG6YFKG6 Dec 05, 2014
  • On the interior and exterior landscape: a review of 'Windows on the World: Fifty Writers, Fifty Views' http://t.co/e04izc6spq Dec 04, 2014
  • RT @Wordsworthians: Making nature the primary subject of poetry was his greatest legacy to the Romantics @tesssomervell on James Thomson ht… Dec 04, 2014
  • We just enjoyed The Living Mountain, Robert Macfarlane's Nan Shepherd documentary http://t.co/09RvI5xG9L http://t.co/HqerzNFJ2G Dec 03, 2014
  • 'The lakes are my hands/ running into the heart': Canada by Katherine Stansfield analysed http://t.co/mkdWlc74bW Dec 03, 2014
  • Meredith Monk performing the Gary Snyder-inspired 'On Behalf of Nature' in NYC: http://t.co/ECRb1DAf5I Dec 02, 2014
  • Looking forward to watching Robert Macfarlane's new Nan Shepherd documentary http://t.co/IRzrZuIqzv - see also http://t.co/6KWucOa9vk Dec 02, 2014
  • A miserable day at work. What would really cheer me up is if someone would buy me this painting (costs £500K). http://t.co/Itq7k5JZMr Dec 01, 2014
  • Helpful review of 'After Sebald' by @terrypitts - it's mostly (entirely?) reprints but still looks interesting http://t.co/oNgabVzPUC Dec 01, 2014
  • Journeying in my mind this afternoon, listening to The Castle of Fair Welcome and reading Sir John Mandeville's Book of Marvels and Travels. Nov 30, 2014
  • Three landscape exhibitions: #Constable http://t.co/HHLowVjzfk, #AnselmKiefer http://t.co/AZGteIiTV9, #LateTurner http://t.co/okMeffLLRW Nov 30, 2014
  • Nice short animation to explain Burke's aesthetic categories, the Beautiful and the Sublime (via @philosophybites) https://t.co/ppz3UQHNHJ Nov 30, 2014
  • Since De Maria's Earth Room there have been lots of 'landscapes' in gallery spaces - here are some grassy slopes: http://t.co/1gEVMf6fo3 Nov 29, 2014
  • A few notes on last week's landscape+photography @Tate event with @MishkaHenner @penelopeumbrico @omissamilativ et al http://t.co/2gSG6YFKG6 Nov 28, 2014
  • Björk's Biophilia Live Reviewed http://t.co/afYPgduqJk. It apparently includes 'some awkward audience shots'. I was at this concert... Nov 28, 2014
  • David Wheatley reviews Ian Hamilton Finlay's letters in the LRB (paywall): http://t.co/t7Tw7iSuJ4 Nov 27, 2014
  • Modernist paintings of urban space recreated in Minecraft http://t.co/EF40sQmNIg. Must ask my sons to have a go at Mont Sainte-Victoire. Nov 26, 2014
  • We'll have to head to Cambridge in the new year for Ian Hamilton Finlay at the 'Louvre of the Pebble', @kettlesyard http://t.co/uk4uqH4pPX Nov 26, 2014
  • Obit for Lewis Baltz who 'helped forge a new tradition of American landscape photography in an age of urban sprawl' http://t.co/Xx7BIHXTVq Nov 26, 2014
  • There's a nice short video (http://t.co/ElunBM1zUg) on the @V_and_A show by Constable lookalike @AndrewGrahamDix http://t.co/j3O2hmCFU0 Nov 23, 2014
  • New post on Constable with digressions on originality, reproduction and pastoral punk. http://t.co/2gSG6YFKG6 Nov 23, 2014
  • Review of a new book collecting letters between Gary Snyder and Wendell Berry http://t.co/UlwCoYOSZC Nov 22, 2014
  • 'There is almost no wind, but occasionally an astonishing sound whistles gently from the peaks to the south...' http://t.co/rhjvh5CtVG Nov 22, 2014
  • Corbel Stone Press are about to publish Reliquiæ volume 2 - you can preorder it now... http://t.co/HBHKU6FgRJ Nov 21, 2014
  • New post on 'The Small Heart of Things' by @JulianHoffman http://t.co/2gSG6YFKG6 Nov 21, 2014
  • Day off... Enjoying a flat white and landscape tiles in the V&A cafe Poynter room. http://t.co/TdZyGsL7Lw Nov 20, 2014
  • 'Art should never be allowed to set a foot in the province of nature, otherwise than clandestinely and by night.' - William Shenstone Nov 20, 2014
  • Thought there'd have been more about William Shenstone this week on the tercentenary of his birth. http://t.co/ql8gXo3FSp Nov 20, 2014
  • At @Tate Sigmar #Polke exhibition: paintings of watchtowers incorporating photographic chemicals so that they have darkened over time. Nov 20, 2014
  • @oldweirdalbion no - would be good but I am at Tate Modern for something on landscape photography Nov 19, 2014
  • I'll be heading to this Tate event tonight: 'The landscape in contemporary photography'. A really interesting lineup. http://t.co/bIvbiiU2tH Nov 19, 2014
  • Saw @JulianHoffman do a remarkable reading/talk last night - he can be caught again at @tweetbytheriver social today. http://t.co/9GD6Y89d2R Nov 19, 2014
  • @JulianHoffman @tothefields @SmallPublishers Some of my purchases... http://t.co/pZAopOgoFZ, http://t.co/3ZKibR8KwT, http://t.co/jPDznQYCCj Nov 17, 2014
  • Off to the @LRBbookshop tomorrow for 'Rising Ground: Place Writing Now' with @JulianHoffman, Ken Worpole, Philip Marsden and Gareth Evans. Nov 17, 2014
  • Just reading issue 1 of Uniformagazine from @Uniformbooks http://t.co/ZtNJTidTC7 Nov 15, 2014
  • On Tacita Dean's film 'JG', Robert Smithson and 'The Voices of Time': http://t.co/4EcJ8WQhhk #BallardDay Nov 15, 2014
  • Rereading an old post on Henri Michaux, describing calligraphy in landscape terms: 'Water falling, drop by drop ' http://t.co/hfX6zKHcji Nov 15, 2014
  • RT @Wordsworthians: We've entered the Romanticism blog for the @UKBlogAwards ! If you like our blog please vote for us here! http://t.co/2oNov 15, 2014
  • @SmallPublishers thanks - hope it all goes well tomorrow. I'll definitely look into that new David Matless book we were talking about. Nov 14, 2014
  • A short post inspired by the @SmallPublishers Fair and @PeterFoolen - on the sailing art of Graham Rich. http://t.co/2gSG6YFKG6 Nov 14, 2014
  • There's a lovely display on herman de vries at the @SmallPublishers Fair, put together by @PeterFoolen http://t.co/rkNY8KComP Nov 14, 2014
  • 'Surely there is no square mile of earth's inhabitable surface that is not beautiful in its own way' - William Morris, 1881 Nov 14, 2014
  • @CherylTipp yes I am just enjoying listening to your echo locating male sperm whale and bearded seals Nov 14, 2014
  • Planning to go to the BL tomorrow morning so will be interested to see the new 'Lines in the Ice' display http://t.co/xz5yJfl3BB Nov 13, 2014
  • RT @PublicDomainRev: As we make 1st ever #CometLanding, a little look at comets in art through the ages http://t.co/FP4CTSthV8 http://t.co/Nov 12, 2014
  • Treated myself at lunchtime to #PederBalke. Wasn't disappointed - extraordinary ghostly visions of ice and cold seas. http://t.co/eCBPw0Olh8 Nov 12, 2014
  • Peder Balke exhibition at National Gallery starts this week. Here's what I said about him three years ago: http://t.co/OlWm4zlGkS Nov 10, 2014
  • Dutch landscape of 'sharp aesthetic contrasts between secret sites and the ... environments surrounding them' http://t.co/SbxMohenwZ Nov 09, 2014
  • Falling off a mountain - the frontispiece to Sir Thomas Browne's 'Religio Medici' http://t.co/IHuZX4MyvA Nov 09, 2014
  • Impossible landscape: Hogarth's 'False Perspective' (1754) http://t.co/hv3ro9A89k Nov 09, 2014
  • Missed this one from 2012 - a great landscape painter himself portrayed in the landscape: the Van Gogh Mega Portrait! http://t.co/CumJkxB7LL Nov 09, 2014
  • Always loved this - Thelonious Monk at Newport. The yachting footage creates a link between Blue Monk and the sea. http://t.co/sWKhmExcwY Nov 08, 2014
  • The Thames, the Dart, the Severn and the Tamar - Kurt Jackson: Rivers coming soon at the Horniman http://t.co/EQvw43olZ4 Nov 08, 2014
  • Nice interview with Richard Skelton in @theQuietus on his latest release, The Inward Circles: http://t.co/PTVXLFf8M3 Nov 07, 2014
  • 'Dancing in Water' - a new post on Somei Satoh and @EikoandKoma http://t.co/slJw7GMo64 Nov 06, 2014
  • So pleased for Helen. A lovely book. Nov 04, 2014
  • @Some_landscapes This has given me an idea for a range of Picturesque underwear with carefully placed views of hills, caverns and waterfalls Nov 04, 2014
  • Panda Bear is sporting an intriguing topographical T shirt in this article. http://t.co/EQl6zdfoRj Nov 04, 2014
  • Among Hilary Hahn's YouTube clips and interviews there are some soundscape videos like this: Bamboo Forest http://t.co/VVWlsiyaHH Nov 02, 2014
  • Paul Hindemith recalled his surprise at the Grand Canyon to find a loudspeaker installed, playing Tristan und Isolde http://t.co/TbA21JyFr3 Nov 02, 2014
  • In the new Science Museum Information Age gallery. This display on Google Earth features the Desert Breath artwork. http://t.co/cSqlpO3YlV Nov 02, 2014
  • 'He is part of the landscape around him, and he knows harmonies that aren’t in our books’ - Claude Debussy on an Egyptian shephard's flute. Nov 02, 2014
  • Just seen Herzog's 'Happy People: A Year in the Taiga' - great landscapes but oddly old fashioned. Wife fell asleep. http://t.co/clUZv1NWhT Nov 01, 2014
  • 'When the soft wind turns bitter' - new post on the nature opening in Medieval poetry http://t.co/slJw7GMo64 Oct 31, 2014
  • I don't really do scary stuff on my blog but for Halloween I've added a music clip to this early post on Ghost Box http://t.co/IL48qrsOSx Oct 31, 2014
  • Looks good: 'From the Forest to the Sea: Emily Carr in British Columbia' from tomorrow at @DulwichGallery http://t.co/djMMgmKlir Oct 31, 2014
  • RT @Fifepsy: New post: Is this the first published use of the term #psychogeography? (In 1905) http://t.co/8sRzs8CJED http://t.co/Hdk3y0o1QN Oct 30, 2014
  • An interview with W. S. Merwin asks how his poetry and his work to preserve a palm forest are connected http://t.co/bk39xAa4HH Oct 29, 2014
  • RT @Fifepsy: 'Tim Robinson is leaving Connemara ... it is time to initiate a fresh relationship with "elsewhere".' http://t.co/VQoqxCnYns v… Oct 28, 2014
  • A Shaded Path... Ian Hamilton Finlay born #OTD 1925 http://t.co/rEBfaqPabE Oct 28, 2014
  • 'Mount Thoreau' - Kim Stanley Robinson on a campaign in the Sierra Nevada and the naming of mountains http://t.co/W85SWf8glJ Oct 27, 2014
  • LRB talk 'After Sebald' http://t.co/yLBeOYaLcu - I won't be able to go to this but book looks great (Richard Long, Tacita Dean, J M Coetzee) Oct 26, 2014
  • Clay and pots featured in my last two posts and here's more from @Fifepsy - ceramics, plants, potters, webs http://t.co/f93XpL5yH9 Oct 26, 2014
  • In an environmental version of Carcassonne you'd score points for forests, rivers and lakes rather than cities, roads and monasteries. Oct 26, 2014
  • RT @Fifepsy: .@Some_landscapes on clay, time, poetry, graffiti, The Epic of Gilgamesh, J. G. Ballard and stripping in a museum http://t.co/Oct 25, 2014
  • Ivor Cutler's meditation on the agricultural landscape https://t.co/rqAP1slIpx Oct 25, 2014
  • Been watching Dekalog over the last month. Still brilliant and now has a retrospective poor-but-sexy militant-modernism cool. Oct 25, 2014
  • Interesting half hour interview with Robert Macfarlane on walking, landscape and literature http://t.co/vgLuGYjsSY Oct 24, 2014
  • 'I am for the art that grows in a pot, that comes down out of the skies at night, like lightning, that hides in the clouds' -Claes Oldenburg Oct 24, 2014
  • RT @zaralrallen: @Some_landscapes Enjoyed your post, Epic of Gilgamesh foundational ecocrit text, creation story and earliest account of ma… Oct 24, 2014
  • @SmallPublishers @AlecFinlay yes - I do go every year as @Uniformbooks can confirm! Oct 20, 2014
  • @SmallPublishers @AlecFinlay I will be going too - as essential a part of autumn in London as Halloween and Guy Fawkes. Oct 20, 2014
  • Temporary 100-foot poem in the landscape written by Gillian Clarke became baked onto rock surface by hot Welsh sun http://t.co/6wEGlN9yjx Oct 20, 2014
  • At @MuseumofLondon Bridges exhibition today. Carey Young's Richard Long referencing 'Lines Made by Walking' (2003): http://t.co/kzyIl7ctvA Oct 19, 2014
  • Ian Curtis, writer on place. Mapping 'an environment at once degraded and deserted but, in a strange way, futuristic' http://t.co/NdOwiBC5oW Oct 19, 2014
  • The Road North - new book from @AlecFinlay http://t.co/KErZpbCedH - this was what I said about it in 2010: http://t.co/wzIieUl9Qg Oct 18, 2014
  • 'Then, when the sunsets drive me mad with their beauty, Suibhne will be gone.' New post: http://t.co/uhLFq3y2lC Oct 18, 2014
  • Finding myself identifying rather a lot with the hero of my friend Tom's new novel 'The Planner'. http://t.co/yCWDvO0IZ1 Oct 17, 2014
  • Anyone pondering what to have for lunch should check out the food on my new post... http://t.co/uhLFq3y2lC Oct 17, 2014
  • "History has been deleted, for the most part, from the streets of Stoke Newington” - Thurston Moore http://t.co/RLl853uv1u (not from mine) Oct 16, 2014
  • RT @Wordsworthians: New post on the blog - Andrew Ray on Wordsworth's River Duddon sonnet sequence http://t.co/CC4Nsm7tLd @Some_landscapes Oct 15, 2014
  • Can't help feeling about Narrow Road to Deep North as I did about Cold Mountain - that my poetry heroes shouldn't be used for titles! Oct 15, 2014
  • Review of @FortProcess in @thewiremagazine contrasts its loose structure with military setting. My post on it here: http://t.co/c3o2ijml7l Oct 14, 2014
  • To Brooklyn Bridge by Hart Crane - animated by Suzie Hanna with a reading by Tennessee Williams on the soundtrack http://t.co/6uNLCa8eGb Oct 14, 2014
  • JJ wonders why Richard Tuttle rather than Richard Serra got to do Turbine Hall. Maybe Anselm Kiefer's towers one day? http://t.co/xe78dFw1xs Oct 13, 2014
  • Back in 1991 I went to a brilliant Richard Diebenkorn show at the Whitechapel. Next year there'll be one at the RA. https://t.co/8lZIiGLOxR Oct 13, 2014
  • 'Nature is not inviolate, nature is not just itself' - my inevitable #AnselmKiefer post http://t.co/Q3Eughggxa Oct 12, 2014
  • Well I knew I'd love it, but have to say that Anselm Kiefer was one of THE best exhibitions I've seen in 30 years of going to @royalacademy Oct 11, 2014
  • John Eckhardt's Forests - a Skeltonesque collection of recordings, essays and photographs. http://t.co/iCf9EnoZ3G Oct 11, 2014
  • Yesterday I wrote about blood moons http://t.co/kBUUMYnVMQ. Hendrix doing Voodoo Child on BBC4 last night - "the moon turned a fire red..." Oct 11, 2014
  • Here's an old snap of me at Potsdamer Platz four years after the Wall fell. It doesn't look like this anymore... http://t.co/lPxTG5XAzl Oct 10, 2014
  • Walk the line: Will Self retraces the Berlin Wall, 25 years after its fall http://t.co/LwT4uLx8FI Oct 10, 2014
  • In October's 'Sight & Sound' @autumnfarewells reviewed the latest Jennifer Baichwal & Edward Burtynsky film Watermark http://t.co/ABvpUUU66Z Oct 10, 2014
  • Jean Dubuffet is not normally associated with landscape painting but in 1952 he did this view of a devestated town http://t.co/cFTc2VI5Ga Oct 10, 2014
  • New post on the mountain writings of Kenneth Rexroth http://t.co/kBUUMYnVMQ Oct 10, 2014
  • Alice Oswald performing her dawn poem Tithonus last night reminded me of Patti Smith (if she'd done Classics and lived in Devon). Oct 10, 2014
  • RT @astro_reid: #SuperTyphoon #Vongfang – I’ve seen many from here, but none like this. http://t.co/i2ZwzPsJcV Oct 10, 2014
  • @BorthwickDave try to see it if they do it in Scotland. I'd be interested to read the text but it felt like it needed to be performed. Oct 09, 2014
  • Alice Oswald is always brilliant but the music to accompany 'Tithonus' this evening @southbankcentre was also superb: http://t.co/UxoggX17gG Oct 09, 2014
  • I'm pumped about seeing Alice Oswald at the South Bank tomorrow. (been wanting to try that phrase for a while but don't think it's quite me) Oct 08, 2014
  • Maya Lin's artwork for Brown University - a slab of stone etched with the topology of the Narragansett Bay. http://t.co/RfZeBdfejH Oct 08, 2014
  • Nobel Prize for discovery of 'place cells' http://t.co/sUyFwVOMPg (wondering if there are implications for theories of place and landscape) Oct 07, 2014
  • Kevin Spacey plays the Rain Forest, Harrison Ford the Ocean... new possibilities for actors as actual landscapes? http://t.co/8GistPxlGl Oct 06, 2014
  • Would love to see this: 'Thomas Joshua Cooper – Scattered Waters: Sources Streams Rivers' at @InglebyGallery http://t.co/GZI9LRBlnP Oct 06, 2014
  • In fact, even my post on classical erotic fiction (http://t.co/byx627HSRw) received relatively few hits (it wasn't very erotic to be fair). Oct 05, 2014
  • I've noticed that whenever I mention classical writers (http://t.co/oPIYwdEMP6) I get far fewer hits... (this never happens to Mary Beard!) Oct 05, 2014
  • Lee Harwood's new collection. His poem 'Sailing Westwards' 'concludes with a landscape of luminous beauty' http://t.co/XxTScoaKy1 Oct 05, 2014
  • You may recall my post on Hans Henny Jahnn's 'Shoeless River' http://t.co/qlMp50ZQBu - there's more from flowerville: http://t.co/Mfn8MZQHHJ Oct 04, 2014
  • New post begins with Olafur Eliasson but then gets into Turner, Cicero and cultural memory http://t.co/oPIYwdEMP6 Oct 03, 2014
  • My son inspired by a day of poetry yesterday walking along reading @MichaelRosenYes on the way to school today http://t.co/TMVdLE9sM0 Oct 03, 2014
  • 'I know that clay, the damp and dirt of it...' - Seamus Heaney’s last poem was about a landscape painting http://t.co/oWkQ5EIVTY Oct 03, 2014
  • One of those painful John Humphrys arts interviews just now, about Wedgwood. Here's my old post on their Frog Service http://t.co/FUCLEAvJ6o Oct 03, 2014
  • 'Face-scape' on Washington DC's National Mall – http://t.co/VDxxwVrEoi (it's not a youthful Obama but a Zeuxis-style composite portrait) Oct 02, 2014
  • 'Yes. I remember Adlestrop' http://t.co/w3en67RWTr - #Nationalpoetryday on the theme 'Remember' Oct 02, 2014
  • @audreyoyoung I would start here and see where it leads you... http://t.co/gA0VR5nxDO Oct 01, 2014
  • RT @JulianHoffman: "What we cannot name, we cannot in some sense see." | @HamishH1931 on the 1st draft of Robert Macfarlane's Landmarks. ht… Sep 30, 2014
  • RT @motionandrew: Constable and Turner. Don't think I've ever seen two such great shows back to back Sep 28, 2014
  • Warm evening, gin, crisps, friendly cat, great book by @HelenJMacdonald. Just need someone to cancel work tomorrow. http://t.co/IsNMFETCYm Sep 28, 2014
  • Thanks @Fifepsy for RT on my black mirrors post. Here's the latest from Fife: worlds within worlds http://t.co/KMpyF0bJD2 Sep 28, 2014
  • And this was me on 'one poem I've never managed to persuade my wife to like' http://t.co/q5YSEOw1uL Sep 28, 2014
  • Author David Mitchell on why he likes 'Lying in a Hammock at William Duffy’s Farm in Pine Island, Minnesota' http://t.co/ujSkdNrwfR Sep 28, 2014
  • Just enjoyed #LateTurner exhibition. I've not done the Constable yet (and am trying to resist the whole Blur v Oasis who was better thing). Sep 28, 2014
  • @PeterWebber indeed. And Arcade Fire - another Black Mirror. Sep 27, 2014
  • 'Residents have battled their displacement ... against a backdrop of arts events ... a live gentrification jamboree.' http://t.co/tjBGCqhgRe Sep 27, 2014
  • 'How gloomily glaring!' New post on landscape and the Black Mirror http://t.co/yMYwl7xaUD Sep 27, 2014
  • Cromwell 'omitted no opportunity of adorning the countries, through which he passed, with noble ruins' - William Gilpin Sep 27, 2014
  • Andrew Marr on Howard Hodgkin http://t.co/Y14YoebrxG [Marvell's 'a Green thought' also inspired The Weather Prophets http://t.co/oZQo6TzPF0] Sep 27, 2014
  • RT @robsaintjohn: A new project I've started on the River Lea called 'Surface Tension' for @Thames21 @thisisyourriver : http://t.co/MioyPgcSep 26, 2014
  • Short piece by Alys Fowler on weeding Derek Jarman's garden and sleeping on the shingle http://t.co/VC1suDGLIa Sep 24, 2014
  • 'We’ve turned the landscape into another form of architecture; we’ve made the planet our sandbox.' - Diane Ackerman http://t.co/ftPpYbsNoh Sep 24, 2014
  • “A haunted land, where nature dances the minuet with people and danced with me in those old bygone days.” http://t.co/tLdceWjSQV - Brautigan Sep 23, 2014
  • You can follow Richard Skelton's residency at Skaftfell, Iceland, on his research blog: http://t.co/wp1DyzudwQ Sep 21, 2014
  • The sad new Clive James poem, 'Japanese Maple', reminded me of the poignant last poems of Masaoka Shiki http://t.co/aA0EFdiFZg Sep 21, 2014
  • 'The Gathering' review – four-hour performance where the audience are herded around a mountain http://t.co/NgrRjEKO9B (MT @Landscapism) Sep 21, 2014
  • Nice interview with Frank Auerbach: Constable, Turner and me http://t.co/LSkxT8ForC Sep 21, 2014
  • 'Walks Are like clouds They come And go' - Hamish Fulton Sep 21, 2014
  • There've been loads of articles about the design of Grand Budapest Hotel and which landscapes inspired it, e.g. this http://t.co/qYSZqLxmnt Sep 21, 2014
  • 'You could ask what walks are good for ... Walks are meaningless. So are poems.' A R Ammons - 'A Poem is a Walk' Sep 21, 2014
  • Sounds good: Peder Balke exhibition coming to The National Gallery. I wrote about him here http://t.co/OlWm4zlGkS http://t.co/3Au7P7G8F1 Sep 20, 2014
  • This new most detailed map ever of the Milky Way also resembles Leonardo's Deluge drawings http://t.co/5r90KVAqDr http://t.co/QF8xW6dpxf Sep 20, 2014
  • London is like Leonardo's Deluge over a City at the moment. http://t.co/Bs9QZfSKES Sep 20, 2014
  • RT @bldgblog: Great shots of mines + other industrialized landscapes in this post by @sarahrich: http://t.co/bBv5jPUAQc http://t.co/relZZcCSep 20, 2014
  • A few thoughts on @FortProcess from me here: http://t.co/c3o2ijml7l. Not a full review though, haven't mentioned everything... Sep 19, 2014
  • ‘You may walk in Claude’s pictures and count the miles,’ Richard Wilson declared http://t.co/9JyOyJvIoP Sep 19, 2014
  • Highly recommended: this John Barrell review in the #LRB of the Richard Wilson show and catalogue: http://t.co/9JyOyJvIoP Sep 19, 2014
  • I'm always interested in giant figures discernible in the landscape. Steve Bell this morning: http://t.co/MAnJvttPH1 Sep 19, 2014
  • This tool is fun http://t.co/pK2bc52G3Q - looked at forests for three countries (not sure what to conclude from this) http://t.co/h71iVELNuT Sep 18, 2014
  • On the unique acoustic properties of Scottish streams http://t.co/6PNsAtdNcm Sep 18, 2014
  • RT @EnitharmonPress: Wild woods and fantasies in central London – Anna Robinson's 'Into the Woods' http://t.co/B1cRTPfr8O http://t.co/YhsLiSep 18, 2014
  • 'Light lay over the northland like a shawl' - just looking back at this post on Shetland: http://t.co/KTz1CS4nuG Sep 17, 2014
  • 'Hrafn: Conversations with Odin' - a sound installation that presents the phenomenon of ravens gathering to roost. http://t.co/Y7NCTYcrK1 Sep 16, 2014
  • 'I hear the lark ascend ... and pour And pelt music...' The Sea and the Skylark by Gerard Manley Hopkins http://t.co/IFX1pbnRrC Sep 16, 2014
  • 'I have shelved my books above the window, / lute and mandolin near at hand...' 'Chomei at Toyama' by Basil Bunting http://t.co/8yHZqg7Ize Sep 15, 2014
  • @cityofsound Yes they were excellent - reminded me of seeing Steve Reich years and years ago. Köner too - serious but a big grin at the end! Sep 14, 2014
  • The French loved Constable: Alastair Sooke says he discovered the importance of this while making his new BBC doc http://t.co/VEKroOHfMY Sep 14, 2014
  • Went to Fort Process yesterday - a bit shambolic but some good music. This piece was inspired by the flight of birds http://t.co/lh1gKnRNDV Sep 14, 2014
  • “The aesthetics of destruction” - review of Nadav Kander's photographs of Soviet nuclear landscapes http://t.co/bezuR03wnx Sep 14, 2014
  • 'A steampunk San Gimignano': Anselm Kiefer's 200-acre art studio http://t.co/KjFo2KkMr2 Sep 12, 2014
  • New post on Iain Sinclair, Gary Snyder and 'American Smoke' http://t.co/iHXSWs3768 Sep 12, 2014
  • @ericlonners @Jo_ely_ness No Eric I've checked and it's all quantitative easing and utility functions on your twitter feed. Be off with you! Sep 12, 2014
  • @Jo_ely_ness Yes they seem like good translations - not too 'modern'. I'll follow Eric with my work feed - I want no economics talk here! Sep 12, 2014
  • 'Nimrod is lost in Orion...' Richard Skelton's new LP presents the idea of music as a relic of an imaginary landscape http://t.co/JzIy1vRL7W Sep 09, 2014
  • Turner’s 'Rome, from Mount Aventine' for sale - wish I had £20million to spare http://t.co/CmHkp8IWZx Sep 07, 2014
  • 'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' - we went to see this at the Tower of London today http://t.co/lGRzQU7WZ5 Sep 07, 2014
  • Still getting a lot of pleasure from 'My Garden State' by Glenn Jones - just listening to it now http://t.co/0r6S0FOF6B Sep 06, 2014
  • Doesn't sound like any farm I've ever walked past. ♫ http://t.co/di4JTEbbTf Sep 06, 2014
  • Obama at Stonehenge reminded me of this - "once you're there it's impossible not to bounce around" http://t.co/SP3xP8dtPO Sep 06, 2014
  • Cai Guo-Qiang's 'Unmanned Nature', a 45x4m gunpowder drawing, first exhibit in the Whitworth’s new Landscape Gallery http://t.co/6dwjNTLtQT Sep 05, 2014
  • @nationaltrust we will review the booklet and see what still needs doing in the next year and two months! Sep 05, 2014
  • @mono_on_ it should be linked in my blog post - first sentence. I think it works as I was just listening to it. Only UK though I imagine. Sep 05, 2014
  • New post on some landscape music in a recent @StuartMaconie programme (2 days left to listen on iPlayer) http://t.co/cS3rsl9EXq Sep 05, 2014
  • @nationaltrust my son (10) says: skimming stones, climbing trees and swimming in the sea. Sep 05, 2014
  • @nationaltrust thanks it was a great day. By the way, I think 50 things to do before you're 11 3/4 is a brilliant initiative. Sep 04, 2014
  • Lost world: a review of Bernd and Hilla Becher's industrial photographs http://t.co/Xav1FN0A1Z Sep 03, 2014
  • My new post on a great @nationaltrust property enlivened with a reference to the 'bottom selfie' of Kelly Brook http://t.co/YwBpyuAlNt Sep 03, 2014
  • A new post on one of the supreme examples of the English landscape garden, Stourhead: http://t.co/G49bqw7n6z. Or, to put it another way... Sep 03, 2014
  • RT @Fifepsy: A forest-sound installation that takes its cues from, and responds to, the timbre of the natural world http://t.co/5WYsNbuxl6 Sep 03, 2014
  • @keithjknight I think I recall Al Alvarez describing it in the @nybooks as the best travel book ever written. Aug 31, 2014
  • Bookish friends off on honeymoon today. Reminded my wife that on ours I read 'The Worst Journey in the World'. Inappropriate but brilliant. Aug 30, 2014
  • RT @Landscapism: Epic of Everest: Still climbing, and then no more http://t.co/KU6XNACMMI Aug 30, 2014
  • Folkestone Triennial: Goldsworthy's clay on a staircase, Kwan's cliff top screens destroyed by a gang of local kids http://t.co/dedlvlhGtM Aug 30, 2014
  • Alice Oswald on Ted Hughes's animal poetry: http://t.co/QPzsSdSjfR (I'm looking forward to seeing her 'Tithonus' at South Bank next month) Aug 29, 2014
  • A new Constable show at the V&A. Unexciting? Alistair Sooke's BBC4 doc will be called 'Constable: The Country Rebel'. http://t.co/OtUh2uFtht Aug 29, 2014
  • RT @Uniformbooks: The Wire - Derek Walmsley: The Field Recordist As Obsessive http://t.co/eDVhrGEIFU Aug 29, 2014
  • Was going to pop into this Piet Oudolf exhibition last week but ran out of time (& local road closures too confusing) http://t.co/FWRRKYicGP Aug 29, 2014
  • My old copy got soaked in a tent so I just bought 'The Dharma Bums' again. I sometimes think it's my favourite novel. http://t.co/TSTHnurNfj Aug 28, 2014
  • 'He sung himself into the land' - a short post on Dafydd ap Gwilym http://t.co/x2JC00ST1a Aug 27, 2014
  • RT @DianaJHale: Seaside Surrealism http://t.co/tCTZyp512E on The New English Landscape Aug 26, 2014
  • 'High overhead sailed white sculpturings of clouds, like billowing concepts in the brain of Michelangelo' - Malcolm Lowry, Under the Volcano Aug 22, 2014
  • RT @JulianHoffman: "Most of the writers I love are wild or nuts." | Geoff Dyer on Annie Dillard's Teaching a Stone to Talk. http://t.co/WgAug 22, 2014
  • Colour! Living in a grisaille city I'm not used to this... http://t.co/zQwF8jjnb5 Aug 20, 2014
  • I recently wrote about Gerald of Wales http://t.co/qnDpABcb6H. His effigy in St Davids is like an eroded landscape. http://t.co/V0ZCRwv7xq Aug 20, 2014
  • RT @olafureliasson: Riverbed is running. Opens tomorrow at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark. http://t.co/bve0In6XtK Aug 19, 2014
  • RT @Goblinmerchant: Russian Town Reemerges After Being Flooded for Decades: http://t.co/iQGQI5UNkN Aug 18, 2014
  • @Landscapism we have now arrived in Pembrokeshire. In the footsteps of Gerald of Wales, Graham Sutherland and @Landscapism! Aug 17, 2014
  • I was at Laugharne this afternoon, looking out over the mudflats, sitting by this poem. http://t.co/chFxuQEp7i Aug 16, 2014
  • We've been at Stourhead today. http://t.co/jsNJ6UgUFo Aug 15, 2014
  • Just enjoyed the conclusion to @AndrewGrahamDix in China. Reminded me how good the @V_and_A Chinese painting show was http://t.co/NMwMY5EBqK Aug 13, 2014
  • Keep reading about the Warburg under threat. I could only write 'I came across this...' here http://t.co/1LRMcBssPm because of the Warburg. Aug 12, 2014
  • @LandObservation Thanks for the postcard! Here's one for you - next time you fancy a new guitar get one of these... http://t.co/81989UhgS5 Aug 10, 2014
  • @TimDee4 @LRBbookshop sorry I think I was thwarted by predictive text there - have deleted, now have the correct roundabout location Aug 09, 2014
  • Basil Bunting compared Ezra Pound to the Alps. @TimDee4 compared J. A. Baker to a roundabout near Chelmsford at @LRBbookshop talk last night Aug 09, 2014
  • Thanks for recent RTs @bex_harvey @namhenderson @rbhlms @Landscapism @jsp_119 @RLSte @Fifepsy @roamingdunn @BrianRhys @mishkanessss et al Aug 09, 2014
  • Included a great @simon_schama quote in the new post http://t.co/R7dQfvBIfe - hope he'll be writing about the forthcoming Keifer exhibition Aug 09, 2014
  • @M_Z_Harrison thanks. Keep those animals alive! I'm about to enjoy some more H is for Helen (and D is for Dee - no that doesn't quite work) Aug 08, 2014
  • 'Over Your Cities Grass Will Grow' - on Anselm Kiefer's ruins, 'part post-apocalyptic city, part sci-fi film set' http://t.co/R7dQfvBIfe Aug 08, 2014
  • @bldgblog Opted instead for Kiefer's ruins - 'utterly unreal and not a little unsettling, part post-apocalyptic city, part sci-fi film set' Aug 08, 2014
  • Very interesting new post on Llanthony Valley and Walter Savage Landor by @Landscapism http://t.co/1ocLGQw8KE Aug 08, 2014
  • @Landscapism fascinating. I've quoted Gerald in 2 posts now - appeals because he makes it sound like mountain monasteries in Chinese poetry Aug 08, 2014
  • RT @Londonist: How London's (many) rivers got their names -> http://t.co/eyXoU1kQJ7 http://t.co/Xg9jg8MZtF Aug 08, 2014
  • I was thinking of doing a post on the comet and landscape art but @bldgblog has already written it: http://t.co/4XWneATHVm Aug 07, 2014
  • @bartwestgeest it was pretty good given how much he was trying to cover. Hope you get to see it. Aug 06, 2014
  • 9pm @AndrewGrahamDix goes to the mountains of southern China 'to understand the power of Chinese landscape painting' http://t.co/hYjmeIqliW Aug 06, 2014
  • RT @emmaZbolland: Lovely! 'Wrapped in luminous cloud...' Peter Riley's 'The Ascent of Kinder Scout' new from @LongbarrowPress http://t.co/gAug 06, 2014
  • First World War posts: Paul Nash http://t.co/NQkEfo3SNL, Edward Thomas http://t.co/7pYAVKKDOa, Ivor Gurney http://t.co/OSNpw1OgQK Aug 04, 2014
  • @jsp_119 I am looking into that duff link - sorry about that. Will delete that tweet and hopefully repost in a minute. Aug 04, 2014
  • @thecoracler ha! Yes many museums slow on that. Paintings lost their aura as reproductions but now becoming mere photo booth backgrounds. Aug 03, 2014
  • @Fifepsy thanks, enjoyed writing this. We're off to Wales on holiday (kids naively expecting beach fun rather than medieval landscape sites) Aug 03, 2014
  • Didn't realise photography now allowed in Tate Modern. The Rothko room was full of people posing for photos in front of the paintings. Aug 03, 2014
  • What a brilliant exhibition - Malevich @Tate, although it was a bad misjudgement to have noisy film in the same room as 'Black Square'. Aug 03, 2014
  • 'Within four walls and out of reach/ We live behind a screen' - even truer now? Sandy Denny's 'The Pond & The Stream' http://t.co/fFd3n9Z0rm Aug 03, 2014
  • I've written before about poet Ronald Duncan (http://t.co/KMsoRTIJ). A friend has just been using his writing hut: http://t.co/tTJYCEUDDP Aug 02, 2014
  • For more background on my latest post on the topography of Wales listen to Gerald of Wales, In Our Time - BBC Radio 4 http://t.co/acBhuUModR Aug 02, 2014
  • On the Norwegian word 'friluftsliv', coined by Ibsen, that embodies the country's cultural enchantment with nature. http://t.co/umOtscdE5d Aug 02, 2014
  • H is for Hawk, O is for one-eyed fish, Q is for Quicksand, V is for the Valley of Roses - new post http://t.co/qnDpABcb6H Aug 01, 2014
  • RT @ArtReview_: Read our profile on the wabi-sabi painter and cultural entrepreneur Bosco Sodi – from the Summer issue http://t.co/udOHcUnzAug 01, 2014
  • I'm in Central London where all the shops are piled high with copies of H is for Hawk. http://t.co/vCSiW2SQQb Aug 01, 2014
  • RT @JulianHoffman: On Patrick Leigh Fermor's "improbable geology" at Meteora | New post at Notes from Near & Far http://t.co/5JtPPyVYog htt… Aug 01, 2014
  • However the ICA does also have 'Artefact', an interesting Cyprien Gaillard film about Iraq (I blogged about him here http://t.co/6DrI8jVMap) Jul 30, 2014
  • Popped into the ICA today for 'Tove Jansson: Tales from the Nordic Archipelago' but it's not that good - very small http://t.co/CHuZ4Hiz4m Jul 30, 2014
  • @Fifepsy Thanks for posting this. I just bought a ticket... They're selling like hot cakes! Jul 29, 2014
  • RT @Dezeen: Installation designed to interrupt the flow of a waterfall: http://t.co/BjoCWJ07xy http://t.co/nJoLVGKbWy Jul 29, 2014
  • At Barbican's #DigitalRevolution yesterday - here are my boys transforming into birds in Chris Milk's installation. http://t.co/dg8DjlmQ1l Jul 28, 2014
  • A flood of great posts from @bldgblog: a Roman super-quarry, the Chinese cryosphere, a Museum under the sea etc. etc. http://t.co/XkPjXJw1XU Jul 27, 2014
  • Today, writers 'might cook for a year, or read the classics, or have more sex, or less. Thoreau went to the woods...' http://t.co/kYjDb4JviG Jul 27, 2014
  • @Lines_Landscape Nice coincidence. It doesn't exist? Or you couldn't find a copy, as was ever the case with vinyl? Music went down well here Jul 26, 2014
  • Sat down as a family to watch 'From the Sea to the Land Beyond' this evening. I featured BSP's 'Man of Aran' on blog: http://t.co/8x3JWwAWW2 Jul 26, 2014
  • 'Puts say Dalston and the Kingsland Road into perspective...' Nothing wrong with them! @LandObservation on Bavaria: http://t.co/QIcjOw8lMr Jul 26, 2014
  • RT @HelenJMacdonald: Extract from H is for Hawk! http://t.co/9qDVbm2Toe Jul 26, 2014
  • RT @Dezeen: A synthetic biological leaf that could help humans colonise space: http://t.co/rMrAIY9GUm @MINI #MINIFrontiers http://t.co/amCe… Jul 26, 2014
  • 'No other tent but the sky' - new post on sleeping outdoors and Robert Louis Stevenson in the Cévennes http://t.co/IOESGhNZux Jul 26, 2014
  • 'Sunsets are quite old fashioned. They belong to the time when Turner was the last note in art' - Oscar Wlide http://t.co/dqDFWe9qI4 Jul 25, 2014
  • 'Woe unto them that join house to house, that lay field to field, till there be no place [to be] alone in the midst of the earth' - Isaiah Jul 25, 2014
  • RT @olafureliasson: Reflecting on our relationship to nature, the physical space in which we exist, the body’s felt motion through space. h… Jul 24, 2014
  • Planning our first visit to Stourhead - wonder how many of the mature trees on my parents' 1973 map will be there. http://t.co/wCjWURqHJC Jul 24, 2014
  • Brighton glittering in the sun today. http://t.co/wcQKVtMsYH Jul 24, 2014
  • 'Azuma Makoto's extraterrestrial plants are a totally new type of landscape, set against the infinity of space' http://t.co/TOqdxL8mZ2 Jul 24, 2014
  • Interesting article on Beethoven's Sixth 'Pastoral' Symphony http://t.co/h5ReltQcRl Jul 23, 2014
  • Freakier Zone: music inspired by the North West and featuring Richard Skelton who lives in a remote part of Cumbria. http://t.co/18Hb2iiylH Jul 21, 2014
  • New book on the history of British piers. There were two in the town I grew up in but one is now just a ruin. http://t.co/EbmOFB5ILR Jul 21, 2014
  • 'To fly means to open and to ventilate the imagination...' New post on 'Gerardo Dottori: The Futurist View' @Estorick http://t.co/q09cPWvwPF Jul 20, 2014
  • That storm prompted me to look back at a post on Walter De Maria's Lightning Field and add a new artist's impression! http://t.co/WBKQCyRZ0n Jul 20, 2014
  • @LandObservation yes potentially, need to hear the record! Is there going to be a Roman Roads book? Jul 20, 2014
  • RT @Goblinmerchant: The story of our walk on the 'most dangerous path in Britain' last weekend: http://t.co/0SDEzYmgi8 Jul 19, 2014
  • Rebecca Solnit on American landscape photography - new post: http://t.co/YiKRfumKUu Jul 19, 2014
  • A good day for reading Theodore Storm... http://t.co/yUhVNXuyHe Jul 19, 2014
  • “On Leaving The Kingdom For The Well-Tempered Continent” by @LandObservation is my new jam. ♫ Listen: http://t.co/AhiAe4bfcl Jul 19, 2014
  • Andrew Causey obituary. I have quoted his writing about Paul Nash and Peter Lanyon on my blog. http://t.co/Vkij6AJLt8 Jul 18, 2014
  • @Estorick Thanks - will post shortly anyway but it will look better with pictures. Want to do the right thing on copyright though! Jul 18, 2014
  • New post imminent on the Gerardo Dottori exhibition - just waiting for @Estorick to get back to me on permission to use a few lo res images. Jul 18, 2014
  • Desirable books from @LittleToller - Herbaceous by Paul Evans http://t.co/9eSEy6hkkr, On Silbury Hill by Adam Thorpe http://t.co/X2ohGCDOuO Jul 18, 2014
  • To @StokeyBookshop last night for launch of 'The Planner'. Here's a blurry shot of Tom extolling virtues of localism. http://t.co/qdpAneCwdg Jul 18, 2014
  • RT @ingepanneels: reflection on #Walking Poets: of word smithery and #making magic… http://t.co/HmNQb52xAE @WordsworthTrust @MikeCollierArt Jul 17, 2014
  • Off to the launch of a friend's new novel tomorrow, 'The Planner'. Great to see a town planner as hero: http://t.co/2CYnorqmaF Jul 16, 2014
  • Richard Skelton was interviewed yesterday by @StuartMaconie for the Freakier Zone on experimental landscape music: http://t.co/SxuLgYK6TK Jul 16, 2014
  • @Landscapism thanks - I think I recall seeing it referred to on your blog. I like your new gazetteer site. Jul 16, 2014
  • RT @BorthwickDave: New blog post by me on environmental art sculptures and walking - #RosnesBenches #mattbaker - http://t.co/uY6IKBojiZ Jul 16, 2014
  • 'Finally, an interactive map designed for everyone’s inner 12-year-old...' http://t.co/v4JeBTbnOL Jul 15, 2014
  • 'Here, in this wholly mineral landscape lighted by stars like flares, even memory disappears' - Paul Bowles on desert solitude Jul 14, 2014
  • Great afternoon - a sunlit walk along the New River path, aeropainting at the Estorick and then rhubarb and fig ice cream from Udderlicious. Jul 13, 2014
  • RT @gilliandarley: Evocative piece. And a reminder of Common Ground http://t.co/6ItbmuNnsA Jul 13, 2014
  • @StuartMaconie 'Ambleside Days' by John Taylor and John Surman? It's not that experimental but is definitely inspired by the NW landscape. Jul 12, 2014
  • New post on 'Harvest' by Jim Crace http://t.co/gOp2qZaYgK Jul 12, 2014
  • @bartwestgeest Thanks Bart, good to know you are still out there on the internet! Yes the blog posts keep on coming... Jul 12, 2014
  • RT @owenbooth: Check out these incredible screenshots of abandoned ruin-porn blogs, their comment fields now flooded with spam... Jul 11, 2014
  • 'An unexpectedly quasi-cinematic aerial tour of the city' - the 'I Got Up' series by On Kawara (1933-2014) http://t.co/N2WILr5QNM Jul 11, 2014
  • Those mountains painted on a slice of pork that I mentioned yesterday reminded me of this post on food landscapes: http://t.co/N5FtKBiPyE Jul 08, 2014
  • New post: landscapes painted on the naked body, on a bust of Mao, on a skull, on a piece of pork... http://t.co/Tf4rSKOhqR Jul 07, 2014
  • I've been alerted to this new artist blog on experimental geography http://t.co/EWmsYreRXq Jul 06, 2014
  • '"They claimed their own space in large letters..." the world's earliest erotic graffiti found on an Aegean island http://t.co/J7G0oUPiTx Jul 06, 2014
  • 'Towards the twilit, "glamoury" end of Scottish landscape writing': 'Moontide' by Niall Campbell review http://t.co/KfWQYWx6Zr Jul 06, 2014
  • Thierry Henry reading Baudelaire's 'Elevation' for the French team on BBC just now... http://t.co/usKPbZziGG Jul 04, 2014
  • Gavin Maxwell's books 'set the imagination aloft; a fresh, wild landscape and a carefree proximity to nature' http://t.co/UYB1aGsrvr Jul 04, 2014
  • 'Richard Wilson, father of British landscape painting, rediscovered' http://t.co/vXdN8EbMpT - he's been 'largely forgotten' apparently! Jul 03, 2014
  • ‘Sadness and Gladness’: i.m. Elizabeth LeBas, writer on cinemas and suburban gardens, translator of Henri Lefebvre http://t.co/uT1NJOYYbc Jul 03, 2014
  • A Prospect of Wales: new post on impossible vistas and a landscape 'soaked in colour and radiant with light' http://t.co/zxG1tjgcBz Jul 02, 2014
  • Z Smith: “flyovers overla[ying] one another like copulating giants" - 'the sentimental architecture of my childhood revealed as monstrosity' Jul 02, 2014
  • 'What was I so afraid of? Well, firstly that West London psychogeography...' - Zadie Smith on J. G. Ballard in the latest NYRB (@nybooks) Jul 02, 2014
  • @JAFMacDonald @Slipshodspeller thanks for sharing ... 'a 45-minute exploration in excruciating detail of Lorimer's feet.' The mind boggles. Jul 01, 2014
  • 'Allez, tais-toi, dit le paysage' - Paul de Roux (quoted at the start of 'Other People's Countries': http://t.co/abgeil2LL7) Jun 28, 2014
  • 'Swiss Roll' (1939) by Humphrey Jennings: cake and mountain - what's not to like? http://t.co/XKC3wWFuhU Jun 28, 2014
  • Jane Dixon drawings: geographical/architectural models http://t.co/0JdQgKXBqn; on the disappearance of buildings http://t.co/VChIijgtSe Jun 28, 2014
  • In case you've not yet seen: http://t.co/r7GCGtzag2 Also, thx for RT/MTs: @MimDarling @Landscapism @Wordsworthians @Fifepsy @BorthwickDave Jun 28, 2014
  • RT @emmaZbolland: The Pernicious Realities of 'Artwashing' http://t.co/TdBtrXB0uN Jun 28, 2014
  • Norman Nicholson reads 'Wall' http://t.co/nCTARnzpuY - as it says 'Nicholson's voice has an appropriately gravely edge to it' Jun 28, 2014
  • New post on William Wordsworth's sequence of poems about the River Duddon http://t.co/PuLYGDm6TC (plus a Julian Cope quote at the end!) Jun 26, 2014
  • Petition to save the Warburg Institute http://t.co/X71NpYgrPY Jun 26, 2014
  • Good article on a landscape "farmed and fenced by literature" - Laurie Lee's Shad Valley: http://t.co/9HUZvAlflt Jun 25, 2014
  • I just got round to listening to Raja Shehadeh ('Palestinian Walks') on Desert Island Discs - highly recommended: http://t.co/7288YGT1dJ Jun 24, 2014
  • RT @FaberBooks: 'Yes. I remember Adlestrop.' Celebrating the centenary of the train ride that inspired Edward Thomas’s famous poem: http://… Jun 24, 2014
  • Big Country on @landscapism blog: http://t.co/vIZAo5UHOB. I never liked them but I was partial to the Bunnymen: http://t.co/QFKU5SHrFZ Jun 24, 2014
  • 'Forget the child miners and enjoy the lightshow' http://t.co/cr5TeDz1RO (think I was taken on a serious tour of this Welsh mine as a child) Jun 23, 2014
  • Looking at a nice old anthology - 'News from the English Countryside 1750-1850' compiled by Clifford Morsley http://t.co/kw5IepBXAw Jun 22, 2014
  • 'thereness' - just browsing in my Dad's old copy of 'Townscape' by Gordon Cullen http://t.co/v6gZUlG9va Jun 21, 2014
  • 'Like a stranger striding morosely and ill-manneredly through a group of people in animated conversation' -Gordon Cullen on Victoria Street Jun 21, 2014
  • 'Where spirit and landscape fuse into "a point of time"...' Robert MacFarlane – in the footsteps of Laurie Lee http://t.co/UERN13O1LW Jun 21, 2014
  • RT @briangdillon: Robert Sullivan: The Source of Robert Smithson's Spiral. http://t.co/sAeRqzlbBR Jun 20, 2014
  • Bottles at the @MuseumOfWater, Somerset house - we had a look round earlier this week but failed to bring any water. http://t.co/z8kdw9M0uj Jun 20, 2014
  • Richard Long's obituary for Roger Ackling: http://t.co/Fm491w6wpa Jun 20, 2014
  • For those feeling low after yesterday's result... 'A good prospect will ease melancholy' http://t.co/jLCfztxkLx Jun 20, 2014
  • New post on the #DeutscheBörse prize winner Richard Mosse at @TPGallery http://t.co/u358IhlOU3 Jun 17, 2014
  • 'In the Cairngorms' in the new Foyles in the building I used to go to for life drawing classes. http://t.co/MvpoteDrc0 Jun 16, 2014
  • "I went to the Great Wall and had an accident while recording it as an instrument" - Alan Courtis interviewed in @thewiremagazine Jun 16, 2014
  • 'In the whole of philosophy, there is almost no Weather' - Ian Hamilton Finlay, 'Nature Over Again After Poussin' Jun 16, 2014
  • Trevor Paglen's installation at Gloucester Road tube features idyllic landscape with monitoring station in background http://t.co/tnURo6y2mT Jun 16, 2014
  • Humility in garden design: Prince Borromeo's 'Humilitas' motto in huge letters on the Isola Bella, Lake Maggiore http://t.co/3Nl4QjIxZ7 Jun 15, 2014
  • sunlight on wood http://t.co/b3KzjMWDOt Jun 13, 2014
  • World Cup reminds me of this, wondering if Richard Long's straight-line art was like England’s “route one” football: http://t.co/huMGkLiNCj Jun 12, 2014
  • 'The European continent fell to fragments in spikes and small tufted islets far below...' On PLF's 'The Broken Road' http://t.co/YCB9IYvyWa Jun 11, 2014
  • 'The artist requests that occupants enter the room naked' - Antony Gormley's designed a £2,500-a-night hotel room... http://t.co/QC1Zt1W6Zv Jun 11, 2014
  • That Recording Britain exhibition in Sheffield also includes some older and contemporary artists: Towne, Girtin, Cox / / Long, Nash, Arnatt Jun 11, 2014
  • One of my work trips to Sheffield today. Saw the 'Recording Britain' exhibition http://t.co/yfCwI4clLe (see also http://t.co/UinekSWUSZ) Jun 11, 2014
  • Jonathan Jones on ruin lust and the artists who drove a car down Mexico's forgotten railways http://t.co/e9Gx6bRsfJ Jun 11, 2014
  • Still can't quite believe that Thurston Moore now lives here... http://t.co/maUcunsenR Jun 08, 2014
  • Sunshine! Just been watching some 'Sans Soleil' @_TheWhitechapel. Their Chris Marker exhibition is worth a visit even on a sunny day. Jun 08, 2014
  • RT @andy_reeve: Thank you, Roger & Sylvia Ackling http://t.co/Mim6GUQtzm http://t.co/wnisKxNRrt Jun 08, 2014
  • 'These paintings are vividly exciting.' - new exhibition focusing on Mondrian's early landscapes http://t.co/Vi1IHQfUad Jun 08, 2014
  • Kevin Cummins' photographs of Joy Division in Hulme are being shown at this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale http://t.co/4pRlo42Xpn Jun 07, 2014
  • Richard Skelton's bouzouki after the concert I wrote about here http://t.co/18J3rNgdq4 http://t.co/6WvVmM5AfS Jun 07, 2014
  • @gilliandarley had to get back to children... but I bought your book. I will be at Ken's summer party... Jun 07, 2014
  • V good talk at @StokeyLitFest on Ian Nairn this evening with @gilliandarley and Ken Worpole. Started with this: https://t.co/afTzgT1iIc Jun 06, 2014
  • Very sad to read that one of my favourite artists, Roger Ackling, died yesterday http://t.co/0YfS5qenL4 Jun 06, 2014
  • RT @theQuietus: Iain Sinclair on the Beats, his new Overground book, 70th birthday & the millstone of being an anti-Olympic pundit http://t… Jun 06, 2014
  • Landscape and music: new post on Richard Skelton and the @elysianquartet at St Luke's this week http://t.co/18J3rNgdq4 Jun 06, 2014
  • Guy Debord, landscape writer - new post by @Fifepsy at http://t.co/FSz7HO3NqX Jun 06, 2014
  • The landscape art of Miyazaki's 'The Wind Rises' http://t.co/WMN5SLzebK Jun 01, 2014
  • RT @PD_Smith: Russian edgelands: some really great images http://t.co/7mbehWR3qe #cities Jun 01, 2014
  • Just got a ticket for 'Ian Nairn – Poet of Subtopia' with @gilliandarley and Ken Worpole at our local @StokeyLitFest Jun 01, 2014
  • RT @FilmVidUmbrella: #SWYA Spring panel talk now on SoundCloud feat Jem Finer, Lavinia Greenlaw, Jay Griffiths, Ben Rivers + Gareth Evans h… May 31, 2014
  • RT @MusicClerk: RVW to Richard Skelton, via Finnissy & Birtwistle - my piece about British composers and landscape for @FTlifeandarts http:… May 31, 2014
  • Looking forward to seeing Richard Skelton on Sunday - here's his ‘Second Sketch for St. Luke's’ https://t.co/miqiXMRa6z May 30, 2014
  • @owenbooth thank you sir! Good readings although I didn't really get the Sly Stallone thing. Must say I enjoyed that take down of the Shard. May 30, 2014
  • Hanging with psychogeographers at the Mount London launch - here's @oldweirdalbion in action... http://t.co/gF8iRNjf8r May 29, 2014
  • 'I bite into my frittata, hoping to taste some more of the arte povera': Jonathan Jones meets Michelangelo Pistoletto http://t.co/0fpjUnyjs0 May 29, 2014
  • New post: a landscape with a man killed by a snake and an alternative to Alain de Botton's art as therapy http://t.co/orocnWpeH4 May 28, 2014
  • @talamhgirl Thanks! Ruskin would not I think have liked the view from my window, although there are no iron-works chimneys here. May 26, 2014
  • 'The slightest incident which interrupts the harmony of feeling and association in a landscape destroys it all to me' http://t.co/Xe7urbp5KN May 26, 2014
  • Thought I might get to the new Richard Long show today but ran out of time http://t.co/rK2RdeE1tX May 24, 2014
  • In Coniston this week we got to see John Ruskin's sonorous stones http://t.co/GT2U7Q1M5Y May 23, 2014
  • This looks unmissable: Iain Sinclair in the footsteps of W. G. Sebald - BBC Radio 4 on 29 May http://t.co/siJP0s39z1 May 23, 2014
  • New post: 'attempts to step outside the circle of human concern and into a wider responsibility to the natural world' http://t.co/Luu0AOu9TD May 23, 2014
  • RT @Goblinmerchant: Oxford University academic who scaled Shard is spared jail sentence: http://t.co/wORxRbRILv via @guardian May 22, 2014
  • Back in London, looking at my photos of the Lake District. Here's a homage to Barnett Newman with dry stone wall zip: http://t.co/rzOCkAWM9H May 21, 2014
  • RT @LondonSounds: 'The first soundbook in the world': Cologne, late 40s/early 50s, with two 10" 78rpm discs of field recordings http://t.coMay 21, 2014
  • RT @Landscapism: William Atkins meets Richard Skelton on The Moor - Caught by the River http://t.co/xc5sqCmySK May 21, 2014
  • Another landscape pilgrimage... http://t.co/aZ3BoeSFnx May 20, 2014
  • Staying in Coniston. From our window you can see the churchyard where Ruskin is buried. http://t.co/D8mKLOoAXA May 18, 2014
  • @HelenJMacdonald @TimDee4 Well I'll be there if we're not on holiday and I think we should all head up to Cambridge for culture again soon. May 16, 2014
  • Looks essential: the most excellent @HelenJMacdonald and @TimDee4 talking hawks at the LRB bookshop: http://t.co/1QD9NPyIzJ May 16, 2014
  • Ice - a cultural timeline from 1600 (PDF) http://t.co/N9EElm1Ylj May 16, 2014
  • 'You must be — you are — in nature! But of course, you’re not.' Olafur Eliasson's new artificial waterfall: http://t.co/PNXcWCXBg4 May 16, 2014
  • Loads of praise in the papers for Mike Leigh's new Turner biopic. One example: http://t.co/rpRu37SkiH May 16, 2014
  • Heading for the Lakes this weekend. Wondering why nobody publishes a decent selection of Robert Southey's poems. May 15, 2014
  • Fourteen examples of 'Psychoacoustic Cartography' http://t.co/pdU7YbDhUf May 14, 2014
  • @LandObservation yes very well. Would be great to see you do the new album at Cafe Oto... May 14, 2014
  • Via @amycutler1985 - An acacia tree and orange sky = African novel. Whatever the country, whoever the author. http://t.co/Yga2A3QyOR May 14, 2014
  • After Roman Roads (http://t.co/CbFifZXReX), the new Land Observations (@LandObservation) LP will be 'The Grand Tour': http://t.co/w9lm1blL9P May 14, 2014
  • Developers plan to build houses over David Cameron's favourite literary landscape http://t.co/2XfihuAHEg May 13, 2014
  • RT @bldgblog: Nice! Richard Mosse just won the 2014 Deutsche Börse Photography Prize. Here's an interview with him on BLDGBLOG: http://t.coMay 12, 2014
  • Calendar of events for the Tove Jansson centenary http://t.co/TS8wNByIqU May 11, 2014
  • RT @TheRealJackDee: Re #desertislanddiscs @BBCRadio4 Went for a walk the day after recording and saw this. http://t.co/WqRb3sU9dN May 10, 2014
  • 'The rocks and stones put on a vital semblance; and Life itself thereby seemed to forego its restlessness...' Coleridge at Kirkstone, 1802 May 10, 2014
  • Not merely inspired by their local landscape - Chris Stephens (always stimulating) on the St Ives artists: http://t.co/apn0yWrlwg May 10, 2014
  • New short post on Edmund de Waal's cloudscapes at @TCMargate - http://t.co/Z9ZOmcZI2C May 09, 2014
  • Alec Finlay's 'Sweeney on Eigg' and a new issue of LINTEL featuring the work of Hannah Devereux just published by http://t.co/TywoO5X3kV May 09, 2014
  • @HelenJMacdonald great news - really looking forward to reading this. Prizes sound good but winning souls even better! May 09, 2014
  • RT @AdamScovell: Excitedly planning some short film work with the help of Robert Macfarlane for later in the year. Expect eerie landscapes … May 09, 2014
  • Went to the 2nd installment of Stay Where You Are this evening: @LaviniaGreenlaw @jemfiner Ben Rivers & Jay Griffiths http://t.co/z8VhtAMezD May 07, 2014
  • 'A landscape out of de Sade' - new post on 'Blood Meridian' http://t.co/wj5IAdZq5I May 05, 2014
  • Easy to imagine the future of landscape art is here: the ten most beautiful walks in gaming http://t.co/CJ1WYwSch9 May 05, 2014
  • RT @jeremy_millar_1: I'm in a show in NY inspired by the work of Robert Walser, opens this Saturday. Walk along to it if you're nearby. ht… May 05, 2014
  • Morrisons uses Angel of the North to sell bread - hopefully most land art too remote to be used as ad hoardings...? http://t.co/L7hGR78rQN May 04, 2014
  • Fritz Kocher's beautiful little essay on nature (relayed by Robert Walser, 1904; translated by Damion Searls)... http://t.co/v2ngRJS9zT May 04, 2014
  • 'The teacher sits at his desk like a hermit between high cliffs. The blackboards are black, unfathomable lakes.' - Fritz Kocher May 04, 2014
  • At the new NHM volcano display. Their misspelling of Mary Shelley reminded me of that shop where we used to buy DMs. http://t.co/FdlmDuPmNe May 04, 2014
  • I watched 'Onibaba' last night, a film entirely set in a claustrophic landscape of long grass http://t.co/wRVriIKoNO May 04, 2014
  • Just listening to Virginia Astley https://t.co/tEZGb2C1xP on recommendation of @Landscapism. I would have hated this in 1983, but now... May 03, 2014
  • I used to walk past this house every week on the way to play 5-aside... Van Gogh's lodgings now an Artangel project http://t.co/nG9BEvvgzO May 02, 2014
  • That last quote from Jerome K. Jerome was from 'Three Men on the Bummel' http://t.co/3niVuuUyIY May 02, 2014
  • 'Nothing is easier to write than scenery; nothing more difficult and unnecessary to read' - Jerome K. Jerome, whose birthday it is today May 02, 2014
  • New post on the absence of landscape (it was an excuse to include a Ruskin anecdote I find amusing): http://t.co/80OeSn7Aoj May 02, 2014
  • Jakob Mattner's abstract landscapes http://t.co/y4gClh9sG6 (review here: http://t.co/pmOXeBfi2e) May 02, 2014
  • From Abbas to Zhuang Hui. My index of landscape artists, writers, composers etc. would be 134 pages long in Word... https://t.co/ryxfvz8sX8 May 02, 2014
  • Karl Philipp Fohr, who did the jewel-like painting in my latest post, and died after an accident in the Tiber aged 22 http://t.co/v5duSDjfu7 May 02, 2014
  • From 2009 - Wang Wei's landscape painting / poem and Mahler's song on dissatisfaction with life as a civil servant http://t.co/iGfNL67Q8s May 02, 2014
  • Poussin gathered 'pebbles, moss, flowers, and other suchlike things in his handkerchief' to paint them from nature - Bonaventure d'Argonne May 01, 2014
  • 'Four Fields' by @TimDee4 is up for the 2014 Ondaatje Prize for 'a book of the highest literary merit evoking the spirit of a place.' May 01, 2014
  • I don’t need the horizon/ To tell me where the sky ends/ It’s a subtle landscape/ Where I come from... - Real Estate http://t.co/Hi8VAiuvWp Apr 30, 2014
  • 'Like the modern-day architectural rendering, the paintings show impossible flights of fancy...' http://t.co/I5p3jpuN2w via @guardian Apr 30, 2014
  • 'A Dialogue with Nature' - new post http://t.co/Vb2ukjhhhm Apr 27, 2014
  • RT @oldweirdalbion: Great topographic stuff from @Landscapism on an ur-field of English countryside http://t.co/yS1F2V8LT4 Apr 27, 2014
  • Edmund de Waal's 'atmosphere' at Turner Contemporary here in Margate. http://t.co/dxueOAgaxB Apr 26, 2014
  • Edmund de Waal uses Thomas Forster's poetic cloud classifications in his installation 'atmosphere' http://t.co/Q6O1cmgYLA Apr 26, 2014
  • I'm in rainy Whitstable. Hoping to pop over to Margate today to see the Frankenthalers. Apr 26, 2014
  • RT @DianaJHale: Will Self: Give the freedom of the city to our urban explorers http://t.co/yCyU9JicMO Apr 26, 2014
  • You've just two more days to see Samuel Palmer's extraordinary 'Oak Tree and Beech, Lullingstone Park' while it's in London @CourtauldGall Apr 25, 2014
  • Popped into British Museum last week - a display of painting along the Yangzi argues our image of China is based on landscape of that region Apr 25, 2014
  • New post on 'The Third Paradise' - an addendum to the last one on ruins - worrying about nature vs. culture... http://t.co/fzcMinSoBm Apr 22, 2014
  • RT @jeremy_millar_1: Going for a walk is the best way to free your mind: http://t.co/y7epCToWNP (Wonder if he's walked on the beach with a … Apr 21, 2014
  • Following my post last week on Roman ruins (http://t.co/4V8J8AAWGC), interested to read @bldgblog on wired Pompeii: http://t.co/ulNkbtgv8v Apr 21, 2014
  • On public art: 'St Ives has beautiful Hepworths dotted about; nearby Ilfracombe has Hirst's pregnant woman torn open' http://t.co/rm7Lt7Dgof Apr 20, 2014
  • 'Ultramarine, violet, emerald green and scarlet' - all the excitement over the Matisse exhibition reminded me of this http://t.co/xZKBJ1JxMT Apr 20, 2014
  • Arterial: 'a poetic meditation on the influence of landscape and environment on our state of mind' @modernmi http://t.co/JBrUwq9oXP Apr 20, 2014
  • “Fog Tropes II” by Ingram Marshall is my new jam. ♫ Listen: http://t.co/NjuMg7rAfD Apr 18, 2014
  • A video about Ruin Lust - Iain Sinclair is interviewed at 2mins 43 http://t.co/hRCEWrWWgv Apr 18, 2014
  • David Hockney's new Yorkshire spring drawings http://t.co/zp0IMFR2mc Apr 18, 2014
  • Bluebells everywhere! http://t.co/OYeNOixyN0 Apr 18, 2014
  • RT @Landscapism: More high quality deep topographical dispatches from the kingdom of Fife http://t.co/WS63wR53Ii via @Fifepsy Apr 17, 2014
  • Matisse in 1954 on how the memory of a Corinthian capital prevents people seeing the thistle in nature: http://t.co/9NcJP1iOUc Apr 17, 2014
  • Thanks for RT @Fifepsy - my wander through the ruins of Rome with some asides on @briangdillon's Ruin Lust show http://t.co/4V8J8AAWGC Apr 17, 2014
  • 'Outsize buildings cast the shadow of their own destruction before them...' New post on Roman ruins and #ruinlust http://t.co/8t6topoVOv Apr 16, 2014
  • Good article on Chris Marker ahead of the forthcoming exhibition which I'm really looking forward to http://t.co/ulMIjVdCwi Apr 16, 2014
  • John Luther Adams won Pulitzer for 'Become Ocean' - 'a relentless tidal surge, evoking thoughts of melting polar ice and rising sea levels' Apr 15, 2014
  • Elizabeth Bishop's Maine - she was 'an aficionado of her native landscape and climate.' https://t.co/rbsJbuYCEE Apr 15, 2014
  • Our last full day in Rome and I've managed to see some art, including this pair of impressive Paul Bril landscapes http://t.co/xAZiQ5DXzq Apr 13, 2014
  • If you've not heard it, @HelenJMacdonald's excellent play about The Peregrine has just been repeated on Radio 4. http://t.co/OunSDj9UiW Apr 10, 2014
  • Reading 'The Pike' - D'Annunzio during his bombing raid on Trieste: 'in the pallor of the lagoon the twisting canals are green as malachite' Apr 08, 2014
  • Just been on the Appian Way so was thinking about this and looking forward to the new @LandObservation album. http://t.co/uZ2t7r4yUg Apr 08, 2014
  • New land art by Richard Serra in the Qatar desert - part of a larger eco-tourism project. http://t.co/HsM5UtYovS Apr 08, 2014
  • I went to see Ruin Lust yesterday. Nice quotes here by Solnit, Sebald, Joyce, Gilpin and Webster. http://t.co/p3IDMgk4m8 Apr 06, 2014
  • RT @JulianHoffman: A life as unique, engaged and wide-ranging as his writing. Goodbye to Peter Matthiessen... http://t.co/pXmWV4d451 Apr 06, 2014
  • JG Ballard: five years on – a celebration with writers including @harikunzru, Robert Macfarlane and China Miéville http://t.co/dkDnSqH7OY Apr 04, 2014
  • Thanks for recent RTs: @DianaJHale @JulianHoffman @tweetbytheriver @Gremkoska @fiadhiglas @Fifepsy @carringtonia @owenbooth @BorthwickDave Apr 04, 2014
  • I also took the opportunity to add to this very old post on Tōru Takemitsu which had lost its links... http://t.co/64sfPAPPH9 Apr 04, 2014
  • New post on the way an orchestra and composition can be arranged like a landscape garden: http://t.co/e3ku2LHit9 Apr 04, 2014
  • RT @bldgblog: These images are like some new school of landscape art, a Romanticism of the scanning error: http://t.co/d4OARwgD2K http://t.… Apr 04, 2014
  • 10 years of wonderful @archipelagobks. Posts here on 3 of their books: http://t.co/npcSmt7TR8 http://t.co/s2yIRoNNzq http://t.co/itiv4qShNm Apr 04, 2014
  • The first Kraftwerk LP had a great inner sleeve image by Bernd and Hilla Becher (MT @Mark_Sladen) http://t.co/J6hJ9e21Q6 Apr 02, 2014
  • 'And suddenly the view...' Andrew McNeillie's poem on the kind of landscape for which god knows I'm a soft touch... http://t.co/scFX7G0DlH Mar 30, 2014
  • 'When the brush moves, water flows from a spring' - how calligraphers sought inspiration in nature: http://t.co/kyLnRfjtaL Mar 28, 2014
  • @BorthwickDave You'd think so, but they claim to observe correlations 'regardless of the painters and of the school of painting.' Mar 25, 2014
  • Global warming study uses 'red-to-green ratios measured in the sunsets of paintings by great masters' http://t.co/GHuL9cMrwv Mar 25, 2014
  • @Ealasaidmunro Know what you mean - it's still current though... Manchester City fans sing Blue Moon every week. Mar 23, 2014
  • Just watched 'Blue Jasmine' - you could tell Alec Baldwin was a fake from the naff landscape murals on the walls of their home. Mar 22, 2014
  • RT @cultauthor: The best interview on place and the importance of fantasy in connecting us to the strange you'll read http://t.co/3IzeHzkN2C Mar 22, 2014
  • New post on a Ruskin exhibition coming soon to Edinburgh which I guess I may not get to see... http://t.co/adsl2e9ATS Mar 21, 2014
  • RT @Fifepsy: Robert Hass, Eva Saulitis, & Gary Snyder: Writing Nature. Full video of AWP event 28th Feb 2014. http://t.co/LlVdv5V43U Mar 20, 2014
  • RT @CherylTipp: My review of 'Cevennes' from Marc & Olivier Namblard now available on The Field Reporter. Buy this brilliant set! http://t.… Mar 20, 2014
  • Wagner's music as a mountain range http://t.co/uo6p0dbT9J (see http://t.co/HrqJEvvxDh by @ResObscura) Mar 20, 2014
  • Slow TV: the new way of (not) experiencing landscape. After that slow train to Bergen they've done fjords and birds: http://t.co/vZrRR8OGde Mar 19, 2014
  • Iain Sinclair will hate it: The Line - urban art and regeneration project from the O2 to Stratford http://t.co/e61QGsTtGe Mar 17, 2014
  • Coming soon: Living Symphonies - sound installations based on forest ecosystems by James Bulley and Daniel Jones http://t.co/44GpyoIh1U Mar 16, 2014
  • It is unique. It is unforgettable. It is extraordinary - Doris Lessing on Tarjei Vesaas' 'The Ice Palace'. New post: http://t.co/e4CxOxV3pW Mar 16, 2014
  • I'm behind on everything due to three weeks of debilitating man flu so have only just enjoyed this, by @Fifepsy: http://t.co/webblXMeLj Mar 15, 2014
  • New post inspired by riverrun, @olwenfouere's performance of Finnegans Wake http://t.co/Y8b2JJxKRf Mar 15, 2014
  • RT @theQuietus: "I'm trying to make work connected to nature, because nature eclipses culture": Richard Skelton interviewed http://t.co/JMhMar 13, 2014
  • The end of Art is as serious as that of all other beautiful things – of the blue sky and the green grass, and the clouds and the dew -Ruskin Mar 09, 2014
  • María Rosa Jijón's video of the Río Napo seen through a veil of old colonial maps http://t.co/6uigyIfAmV @rosadelosandes Mar 09, 2014
  • Sluggish dazed spring approaches... William Carlos Williams - 'Spring and All' http://t.co/IYMzRf9DqT Mar 09, 2014
  • To #SensingSpaces at the RA. The Li Xiaodong room felt like a forest in the snow. Kids liked Kéré's room of straws. http://t.co/N0gUTskncD Mar 08, 2014
  • kasumi – the springtime haze... One of twenty landscape-related season words used in Japanese spring poetry: http://t.co/wqiqyrn3t4 Mar 08, 2014
  • 'Mercifully it is not yet possible to 3D print Piranesi's prisons' - Piranesi, Fantasy and Excess looks intriguing: http://t.co/pGa8duqP1n Mar 08, 2014
  • RT @DavidPetts1: Latest Outlandish Knight blog entry- "History of Clouds" World War II skyscapes http://t.co/CAW7XYqXOx #landscapes Mar 07, 2014
  • @HelenJMacdonald yes same picture, different number. But Piper knocked out 1000s. At least they didn't have up old graduation photos of me. Mar 06, 2014
  • @HelenJMacdonald Indeed. But then I once had a meeting at the NAO and they had up the same John Piper print my parents have in their lounge. Mar 06, 2014
  • RT @M_Z_Harrison: Very excited to announce that my second novel, At Hawthorn Time, will be published by @BloomsburyBooks next year. Whoop! Mar 06, 2014
  • Had to meet with consultants in their posh offices by the river. A sad row of John Piper landscape prints utterly failed to lift my spirits. Mar 06, 2014
  • @liminalcity Alastair Sooke in the Telegraph wasn't keen - I'll have to pop along soon and see for myself http://t.co/ELxpd0w5Gv Mar 04, 2014
  • RIP Robert Ashley. Here's a post I did on his 'Landscape with...' interviews http://t.co/cSs2prHK1P Mar 04, 2014
  • Just came across this interesting interview with cartographer and landscape writer Tim Robinson [pdf] http://t.co/JVZ0rSSUpZ Mar 03, 2014
  • Jazz inspired by landscape painting: Billy Strayhorn saw either a Turner or a Whistler and composed 'Chelsea Bridge' http://t.co/Kqrn3mIghh Mar 03, 2014
  • The @briangdillon Ruin Lust show 'brilliant but bonkers' according to Jonathan Jones (he thinks it's not all 'lust') http://t.co/nKVabMTvL5 Mar 03, 2014
  • Alain Resnais' "Mon Oncle d'Amerique" & Alan Sonfist mural and landscape http://t.co/XdZmCGoPgU Mar 03, 2014
  • RT @robsaintjohn: Some fantastic covers on the different editions of Mount Analogue here: http://t.co/kUcZvFACD2 http://t.co/R4hC8Mqybq Mar 03, 2014
  • New post on the myth of Acis and Galatea as an inspiration for landscape poetry, art and music http://t.co/HXj9KIRzi0 Mar 02, 2014
  • RT @oldfog: I wrote a piece on Derek Jarman and Dungeness for @theQuietus to coincide with the Jarman 2014 celebrations http://t.co/2qy8tNUMar 01, 2014
  • “Winter Is Gone” by Nick Drake is my new jam. ♫ Listen: http://t.co/QqBR3ZgWK9 Mar 01, 2014
  • RT @MarsCuriosity: The View from Here: Close-up look at my landscape shows striated ground, plus Mount Sharp on the horizon http://t.co/VgHFeb 27, 2014
  • Next @Goblinmerchant book is on subterranean London: its Water, Threads, Transport, Conflict and Fresh Bore http://t.co/qsGjVGAxas Feb 25, 2014
  • A review of 'Making Painting: Helen Frankenthaler and J. M. W. Turner' at Turner Contemporary http://t.co/vz3m1bfRsf Feb 24, 2014
  • Paul Bril with a lute in his self portrait (see my latest blog post) is looking a bit like Josef van Wissem, who I saw at Cafe Oto last week Feb 23, 2014
  • Interview with Alexander Gronsky whose photographs of Moscow's edgelands are reviewed in The Observer today https://t.co/BZy2wUmcSw Feb 23, 2014
  • 'In no one subject are common writers more confused and unmeaning, than in their description of rivers' - Joseph Warton, 1756 Feb 23, 2014
  • Just read 'Paul Nash: Landscape and the Life of Objects' (Andrew Causey) - a shortish survey with good pics http://t.co/d9TVYzvsz6 Feb 22, 2014
  • New post includes an account of the invention of landscape painting http://t.co/vVrHvaX2XY Feb 22, 2014
  • Locating London's Past using a fully GIS compliant version of John Rocque's 1746 map. http://t.co/64dRxP72Cb Feb 22, 2014
  • RT @BorthwickDave: introducing my new blog - Above the River: Walking, Poetry, Reading the Land - http://t.co/GlevEcKDo5 #ecopoetry Feb 22, 2014
  • Ian Nairn: 'The Man Who Fought The Planners' (I just watched it with my Dad, who was a town planner) http://t.co/iei0Y8yuHM Feb 21, 2014
  • Extraordinary photographs here of the ancient forest revealed on the beach at Borth http://t.co/5rKx8ZcghG Feb 21, 2014
  • 180 people walking in silence at arms length - it's another fun-packed beach excursion with Hamish Fulton! http://t.co/Zw9t2gFso1 Feb 19, 2014
  • From Leonardo to Max Ernst, Jonathan Jones chooses ten floodscapes: 'The 10 most apocalyptic floods in art' http://t.co/dfqrIeZS2p Feb 17, 2014
  • This is good: 'The Role of a Lifetime' - amateur footage of 1960s Brighton cut with hand-drawn Lithuanian landscapes http://t.co/xnWOfBL3Bu Feb 16, 2014
  • And leaving the Richard Hamilton exhibition we saw models tottering in their heels down the Turbine Hall slope for a Topshop fashion show. Feb 16, 2014
  • Models in soft focus landscapes with Andrex toilet rolls at the Tate's Richard Hamilton show (see my earlier post) http://t.co/urH6w5vYJd Feb 16, 2014
  • 'The Arcadia Project: North American Postmodern Pastoral' - anthology website: http://t.co/awoVuVfgEh Feb 16, 2014
  • Georges Bataille on 'sinking into nature and being annihilated by it' http://t.co/slJw7GMo64 Feb 15, 2014
  • Enjoyable piece on rain and literature by Alexandra Harris, who is writing a book about weather and the arts http://t.co/R0QlMVH90x Feb 15, 2014
  • The lyrics to Captain Beefheart's "Orange Claw Hammer" written onto a pole in Pittsburgh http://t.co/VGbR0uaAFy Feb 15, 2014
  • 'To speak like a book I once read, wet weather is the narrative, and fine days are the episodes, of our country’s history' - Sergeant Troy Feb 14, 2014
  • New post on Georges Bataille's 'Landscape' and Allen Fisher's adaptation of it http://t.co/OhJOeq76Cr Feb 14, 2014
  • For all map lovers... My Bloody Valentine's version of 'Map ref. 41 N. 93 W.' ♫ http://t.co/o6ooirsroO Feb 14, 2014
  • Apparently Norway's biggest hit TV show recently is a 7 hour film made with a camera strapped to the front of a train http://t.co/VGUc6hxkiv Feb 10, 2014
  • Nancy Holt RIP - here's a post I did on her work http://t.co/BHHhKakDKg Feb 10, 2014
  • RT @totallyslutsky: This is a treasure: Le Promeneur Solitaire: W. G. Sebald on Robert Walser http://t.co/Ui94s8vd3Q via @NewYorker Feb 10, 2014
  • Two films about artist-poet David Jones http://t.co/7wvflCteFW Feb 09, 2014
  • Good new interview with Chris Watson in @theQuietus on 'Inside the Circle of Fire', which I wrote about here http://t.co/uL9zQ8RUIi Feb 09, 2014
  • Space and tim: Dee, Cresswell, Ingold, Morton, Richardson, Robinson... Feb 09, 2014
  • Windsor Castle Watercolours by Paul and Thomas Sandby app - you could do this for other landscape artists https://t.co/vEef0FYZU6 Feb 09, 2014
  • Poet Robert Kelly on hypnogeography, the landscape of dreams (pdf) http://t.co/porqAUhNGt Feb 08, 2014
  • 'On The Bank' by Arseny Tarkovsky http://t.co/VYtSGKLAjn Feb 08, 2014
  • 'A path comes into existence by being walked on' - a new post on 'Sea of Ink' (@PeirenePress) http://t.co/Rf8w6Jax8p Feb 07, 2014
  • My friend Roman's new book is out today: it's on the important subject of empathy http://t.co/PNjp4lX8L8 Feb 06, 2014
  • A strange eponym referenced in the NYR recently: Love waves, a destructive element in earthquakes http://t.co/v2RXSGg1w1 Feb 06, 2014
  • Looking forward to listening to Chris Watson in Iceland http://t.co/YklfpK8Vfd Feb 06, 2014
  • Pausing to look out on a valley you notice a distant figure taking in the same view... connections in Sebald http://t.co/Ss9BN44CQf Feb 06, 2014
  • Chris Watson has been recording 'boulders which murmur, groan and growl with each passing ebb and flow' http://t.co/57KPhQgwRC Feb 05, 2014
  • RT @DianaJHale: Interview with Patrick Keiller | The White Review http://t.co/rbOfV70rzy via @scoopit Feb 05, 2014
  • Listened on the way home to a good podcast about Derek Jarman with Jon Savage and Tacita Dean (Free Thinking 23 Jan) http://t.co/CUgwhhZQ6i Feb 04, 2014
  • RT @timeshighered: Making Painting: Helen Frankenthaler and J. M. W. Turner: http://t.co/Fda8UmD9Zx Feb 02, 2014
  • @Fifepsy I featured this - 'his twine' - in a post about aesthetics and the environment last year http://t.co/PawUHvdTys Feb 02, 2014
  • Margo Maeckelberghe, painter of the Cornish landscape: obituary http://t.co/A1ySPUzUmV Feb 01, 2014
  • Just a short post this week, as the toad work is squatting heavily on me. On landscape epiphanies and tidy offices: http://t.co/fJ4DZbzmNC Jan 31, 2014
  • RT @chrisrwatson: Chris Watson - A Life in Sound - http://t.co/6c0Nk2CL3k Jan 30, 2014
  • The original cityscape photographs embedded in 'Bruges-la-Morte' (one for @terrypitts) http://t.co/yDu3ARIiqh Jan 29, 2014
  • 'Imagine if Magic Mountain had taken place amidst a massive, artificially maintained and 3D-printed winter' http://t.co/2yAilduHi4 Jan 28, 2014
  • New post on 'Soft Estate' - a book on motorways and landscape taste by Edward Chell http://t.co/rszkrPddKr Jan 26, 2014
  • RT @JulianHoffman: @Some_landscapes In case you're interested, Andrew - a piece I wrote about a place in Albania, including its bunkers. ht… Jan 26, 2014
  • RT @JulianHoffman: @Some_landscapes Such an extraordinary part of the landscape; just down the road from me a large bunker has been convert… Jan 26, 2014
  • The Legacy of Albania’s 700,000 Bunkers - and hopes that they'll 'leverage' tourism http://t.co/2khPaJyBZr Jan 26, 2014
  • @hannahkateboast That's a good line thanks - hadn't read that before (I see it's from 'The Bridge' in 'I Saw Ramallah') Jan 25, 2014
  • The Allure of the Map - on literary cartography http://t.co/kKE1eQkjv1 Jan 25, 2014
  • Nice article today by a friend of mine who has started an Empathy Library http://t.co/4UhqNQj0nu http://t.co/Eb0klhy8VZ Jan 25, 2014
  • Looking forward to this: 'Yellow & Blue' - a new Thomas A. Clark book from @Carcanet http://t.co/5YuhklXnj0 Jan 22, 2014
  • RT @bensaks: “@Colossal: Amazing Video Clips Visually Isolate the Flight Paths of Birds. http://t.co/qaQfOnfpZh http://t.co/Jebmue7yxh” Jan 21, 2014
  • Night visions: Darren Almond's full-moon landscapes reviewed http://t.co/FdgWH1v7YN Jan 21, 2014
  • Cave and tide organs, musical ice and stones, a wind pavilion and a road that plays Rossini: http://t.co/CxBx0AiMvC Jan 21, 2014
  • Just realised there's a Walking Artists Network - not sure how active it is (nothing posted in recent months): http://t.co/mxm3HNwtNl Jan 21, 2014
  • Extraction Festival explores raw materials: their origins, extraction, transformation & global exploitation. http://t.co/dnzQNVjMDf Jan 21, 2014
  • Nice piece on Hannah Rickards in @thewiremagazine - birdsong, thunder, the sound of the Northern Lights and a mirage above Lake Michigan. Jan 20, 2014
  • RT @terrypitts: 90 translations of Dante (the 1st tercet, at least). Plus photographs. All in Elisabeth Tonnard's In This Dark Wood http://… Jan 20, 2014
  • "’Sketch for Summer’ was made up in the studio because Martin managed to get these bird noises on the synthesiser..." http://t.co/r4EAIaGKPL Jan 19, 2014
  • New book due in March from Yale - 'Richard Wilson and the Transformation of European Landscape Painting' http://t.co/QID6seG7rN Jan 19, 2014
  • Just reading again this terrific article on sea maps from December - 'Here Be Monsters' by Marina Warner http://t.co/yLyuZtu50Q Jan 19, 2014
  • Still thinking about ice and climate change whilst listening to Jelly Roll Morton's 'Burnin' the Iceberg' (1929): http://t.co/2FH51qbhRi Jan 19, 2014
  • 'Junkyard Planet is a gripping odyssey around the world's rubbish mountains' http://t.co/UZqo745UeN Jan 19, 2014
  • New post on the Out of Ice exhibition (@OutOfIce) and a spot of wind drawing with @robsaintjohn http://t.co/awqPlspIoM Jan 18, 2014
  • RT @Lines_Landscape: A delightful anthology: Into the Forest by @cybercrofter - review by @DavidBorthwick http://t.co/TsYbKAD11o via on ec… Jan 18, 2014
  • RT @liminalcity: Reinvention of the miniature village Rt @robinbrittain Dystopia in miniature by artist James Cauty, formerly of KLF http:/… Jan 17, 2014
  • Also in The Guardian - Shelley Jackson, inspired by Andy Goldsworthy, writes on snow for a new type of story http://t.co/aI9kpYY0qY Jan 17, 2014
  • 'Sonic Wonderland' by Trevor Cox reviewed http://t.co/HbGNYf3sIV Jan 17, 2014
  • New post on Koyaanisqatsi, from Philip Glass to Alan Partridge: http://t.co/aSdFSGCGGf Jan 17, 2014
  • RT @christianbok: They discuss the pataphysics of Robert Smithson (PDF)—(RT @mrprudence): http://t.co/FgjZCFJt3D Jan 16, 2014
  • Nice comment today from Cole Swensen on my Dughet post http://t.co/qyeUajagyM I like her poem Five Landscapes here http://t.co/pk9FSQNy0x Jan 15, 2014
  • 'Midway' - letters between Ian Hamilton Finlay and Stephen Bann coming out in May: http://t.co/K0w0lRevsf Jan 12, 2014
  • 'Soft morning, city! Lsp! I am leafy speafing' - off to see riverrun at National Theatre in March http://t.co/9pXKAwdStH (thx for ticket L) Jan 12, 2014
  • 'PLACE: Occupation' looks excellent: Jem Finer, Jay Griffiths, Philip Hoare, Patrick Keiller, Sukhdev Sandhu etc. http://t.co/2kYw2ueNYN Jan 11, 2014
  • Never been 'hunting' but in the woods at Kenwood today my boys were hunting each other with nerf guns and I was stalking them with a camera. Jan 11, 2014
  • Updated an old post on Dughet's 'Landscape with Hunters' after today's visit to Kenwood http://t.co/qyeUajagyM Jan 11, 2014
  • At Kenwood. Wonderful view across London... http://t.co/uYZL05hMdh Jan 11, 2014
  • New post - a few comments on the Alaskan landscapes in John Akomfrah's film 'The Nine Muses' http://t.co/djvBrCXj6l Jan 10, 2014
  • Ice Music Festival (@IceMusicGeilo) in Norway http://t.co/KpnKbgWfgF with Terje Isungset (who I saw back in 2011 http://t.co/dbjEDak6eA) Jan 10, 2014
  • Still thinking of the value of forests after my latest blog post. There's a petition to Save Our Ancient Woodlands: https://t.co/9lzRL8Gp4C Jan 05, 2014
  • Are there activities this year connected to the 300th anniversary of William Shenstone's birth? There should be! Jan 04, 2014
  • 'The works of a person that builds, begin immediately to decay; while those of him who plants begin directly to improve' - William Shenstone Jan 04, 2014
  • A book I'm aiming to read this year: Atlas: The Archaeology of an Imaginary City by Dung Kai-cheung http://t.co/c7pAxXIJ0c Jan 04, 2014
  • Just realised that the Royal Academy is going to have a big Anselm Kiefer exhibition in 2014 https://t.co/XyRCPGmVXH Jan 04, 2014
  • Hurricane Transcriptions by Lee Ranaldo http://t.co/YDhZZ1xJbe Jan 04, 2014
  • New post on the solace of forests http://t.co/8AOiwkazeu Jan 03, 2014
  • Samuel Pepys on the lost landscape of London (at @MuseumofLondon) http://t.co/qq0AMjlTAI Jan 03, 2014
  • I wrote on my blog about Frammartino's film 'Le Quattro Volte' (http://t.co/SgCf8mZCA4). He has a new film 'Alberi' set in the same village. Jan 02, 2014
  • Less-well-known 2014 centenaries: a hundred years since Duchamp's 'Pharmacy' and 'Man Ray 1914': http://t.co/V4uJJWdwNa Jan 02, 2014
  • Put aside list fatigue - @Fifepsy has a good one: http://t.co/FdlIsiCTYh (I would love to have seen that Meredith Monk piece on Gary Snyder) Jan 02, 2014
  • New post on a little exhibition at @_TheWhitechapel - 'East Coast: Damn Braces: Bless Relaxes' http://t.co/20QMG8YYcx Jan 01, 2014
  • 'Sur le temps pluvieux' by Marcel Proust: 'Peut-être tu chéris moins que moi ces averses / Possible! Les mentalités sont si diverses.' Jan 01, 2014
  • 'Turner and the Sea' is interesting but for me the highlight was the final room's abstract seascapes, like this one: http://t.co/c52xLo7Zs8 Dec 31, 2013
  • Absurd list but worth a read: 'the 38 most haunting abandoned places' http://t.co/hnPiDFAM2t - the Red Sands Sea Forts make it in at no. 25 Dec 31, 2013
  • @tds153 Poussin of course... But it'd be good to mention an example of the armour. This shield caught my imagination: http://t.co/XSQRFEMJWV Dec 30, 2013
  • Just listened to Robert Macfarlane on The Living Mountain (a wonderful book): http://t.co/WAvxT4PmRU Dec 30, 2013
  • Tree like a skeletal hand, Finsbury Park http://t.co/q5LnQykpT9 Dec 28, 2013
  • An island, an enigmatic woman, dying trees, an abandoned swimming pool... not Ballard, The Invention of Morel (1940) by Adolfo Bioy Casares Dec 27, 2013
  • Mists, springs, a blue‑gold loch and a parhelion - Robert Macfarlane on the trail of Nan Shepherd in the Cairngorms http://t.co/96nbOFSeCR Dec 27, 2013
  • New post on the erotic landscape poetry written by a contemporary of Jane Austen http://t.co/YRxIcdwz2C Dec 26, 2013
  • 'He was the most indolent young man I have ever known' - memories of Whistler at the US Coastal Survey (new post): http://t.co/ZMxPx8WQvs Dec 23, 2013
  • Lack of interest in the Ana Mendieta show continues - no mention in end of year surveys. My blog post on her was my least read of the year! Dec 22, 2013
  • Perspective, Texture, Density, and Motion: Aesthetics and the Art of Audio Field Recording - http://t.co/Y91ibbsuS6 Dec 21, 2013
  • RT @Fifepsy: Kathleen Jamie's wonderful essay on Winter Solstice, Darkness & Light & Maes Howe, Orkney. http://t.co/7I8cVeTQ0U Dec 21, 2013
  • Clive King interview: the chalk pit in Stig of the Dump is now a golf course... http://t.co/Bs4JZ8WRm3 Dec 21, 2013
  • Aiming to pop in to @_TheWhitechapel soon to see this little exhibition on the landscape of the East coast of England http://t.co/mNGFSidKlj Dec 21, 2013
  • New post on 'Hermes of the Ways', Imagism, the epigrams of Anyte and some 'Las Vegas kitsch': http://t.co/s3C9Cdrd8v Dec 20, 2013
  • This outdoor Winterreise in Brooklyn Botanic Garden sounds good http://t.co/i7ZzCFNkca. A Winter Journey on my blog: http://t.co/yfLXoQOEhQ Dec 16, 2013
  • The Thames garden bridge was inspired by Joanna Lumley's 'memories of the mist-covered mountain gardens' of Malaysia' http://t.co/BeN2KrZVry Dec 16, 2013
  • Thanks for RTs - @Lines_Landscape @Fifepsy @LondonSounds @bex_harvey @MattPoacher @oldweirdalbion @tintwotin @SciFiBaker @thememoryband etc. Dec 15, 2013
  • After a rather lengthy post last time, this new one is just a few lines of Walter Benjamin... http://t.co/KJIDX3kCdH Dec 14, 2013
  • @touchmusic ah will do. There's only one as far as I'm concerned! Dec 13, 2013
  • There's a new piece in @theQuietus on British landscape and music: http://t.co/3aQutc2LwL Dec 13, 2013
  • 2013's Notable Developments in American Landscape Architecture http://t.co/wcQdjCPn7D Dec 13, 2013
  • My Landscape Music 2013 survey http://t.co/cYsXkaaHOe includes @robsaintjohn @Odins_Dog @TNPs @emptyset @thememoryband @ivft and @touchmusic Dec 13, 2013
  • That new post on landscape music in 2013 (http://t.co/cYsXkaaHOe) inspired by @thewiremagazine, @tweetbytheriver, @thefldreporter etc. Dec 11, 2013
  • My annual survey: Landscape music in 2013 http://t.co/cYsXkaaHOe Dec 11, 2013
  • There's a great 'Invisible Jukebox' with Richard Skelton in @thewiremagazine this month: 'On Land', 'Briggflatts', Nico, Nick Drake... Dec 11, 2013
  • Watched 'In Search of Blind Joe Death: The Saga of John Fahey' http://t.co/1XMnW1Pzpv (has footage of Sligo Creek - http://t.co/zqjVBbcSe6) Dec 07, 2013
  • @Fifepsy @EdinWaterOfLife @robsaintjohn Good ones. I've already written in 'Diluvial'. Hadn't registered Water of Life - looks great. Dec 07, 2013
  • @JohnRMulvey @MattPoacher yes (maybe a bit borderline on 'landscape'). I've not yet acquired 'Hirta Songs' but like AR and Robin Robertson. Dec 07, 2013
  • "They are lovely, those fogs – and I am their painter!” Looking forward to the Whistlers at @DulwichGallery today. Dec 07, 2013
  • @MattPoacher Thanks - will definitely remember to include The Memory Band. I featured My Garden State in June: http://t.co/Bne22nJq19 Dec 06, 2013
  • @DavidKeS7 Thanks - yes that was an interesting article on David Dunn and his environmental compositions http://t.co/iOnss9RKT1 Dec 06, 2013
  • @CherylTipp @MattPoacher Thanks - reading your review of O Rio. Still enjoy St Cuthbert's Time (wrote about it here: http://t.co/4pDxj4OF0g) Dec 06, 2013
  • Compiling my annual survey of new landscape music (last year's: http://t.co/C4DcxRCfnn). Any suggestions @CherylTipp, @MattPoacher et al? Dec 06, 2013
  • Another fine post by @Fifepsy (who has also been thinking about Marquee Moon recently) http://t.co/r27q1Qrs1A Dec 04, 2013
  • New post on the landscape speculations of @BLDBLOG and @SmoutAllen http://t.co/TFVVleGhwS (plus Whiteread, Smithson, Paolozzi, De Maria...) Dec 04, 2013
  • 'He is obsessed with factories and has a childlike enthusiasm to explore these places.' David Lynch's photography: http://t.co/BornpCWOWT Dec 03, 2013
  • RT @Fifepsy: John Cage’s '49 Waltzes for the Five Boroughs' a graphic score that appeared in Rolling Stone magazine in 1977: http://t.co/rDec 02, 2013
  • Anna Kavan's dreams: “like light imprisoned in bright mineral caves; hot, heavy dreams; ice-age dreams; dreams like machines in the head.” Dec 02, 2013
  • Sound and landscape: @DianaJHale on David Toop's Sound Matters touring exhibition http://t.co/xweQ5tFO5G Dec 01, 2013
  • Two Jonathan Marshall word landscapes: http://t.co/AdjymC5nuC and http://t.co/ofxT0hIoaX Dec 01, 2013
  • New post on the New English Landscape following a talk @LRBbookshop with Ken Worpole, Gareth Evans & @RachelLichtenst http://t.co/iu0UMkttqZ Nov 30, 2013
  • @JohnRMulvey @TheChrisForsyth This is absolutely great - many thanks! Nov 28, 2013
  • I always like anything that sounds like Marquee Moon - this also has a psychedelic landscape video. ♫ http://t.co/UX5NfmmkYp Nov 28, 2013
  • The superb anthology Towards Re-Enchantment from 2010 http://t.co/bd9n03nB9O has been re-printed http://t.co/ElfxLPdR4r (MT @JulianHoffman) Nov 28, 2013
  • RT @PublicDomainRev: But aren’t water colours “mild”? Not capable of being political? @FrankDelaney on Eric Ravilious http://t.co/p0ccWhyCYx Nov 27, 2013
  • Auden, Williams, Bruegel, Homer, Pope, Icarus, Europa: new post prompted by a shield seen at @WallaceMuseum http://t.co/vFnWn60d19 Nov 24, 2013
  • Fragile twig scultpures and flute sounds carried away by the wind... David Toop & Marie Yates: http://t.co/myjY2rAt10 http://t.co/YA3hdLXWAY Nov 24, 2013
  • RT @M_Z_Harrison: Beautiful trailer for @JulianHoffman's book The Small Heart of Things: http://t.co/y0WQM1fbgC ...can't wait to read it. Nov 24, 2013
  • A plot involving 3D alien landscape paintings looked promising but I think I'm too old for Dr Who (my sons seemed baffled and bored too). Nov 24, 2013
  • @Sam_Sacks thanks. I wish Penguin etc did more translations from the Japanese - I'd love to read Izumi Shikibu poems/diary for example. Nov 22, 2013
  • Art of the Edgelands - Edward Chell and others: http://t.co/s8WPtZaw0E. The catalogue 'Soft Estate' includes an essay by Richard Mabey. Nov 22, 2013
  • Thanks @BobbySeal1. And for other recent mentions, RTs: @UCLAperture @liminalcity @Fifepsy @feraltapes @roamingdunn @oldweirdalbion Nov 22, 2013
  • My new post on the excellent @siobhandavies film of Robert Walser's 'The Walk', 'All This Can Happen': http://t.co/KxJ3lM8371 #SDDFilm Nov 21, 2013
  • @JulianHoffman Yes hopefully. Shorelines looked good, although some overlaps with 'Place: Taking the Waters' in 2012 http://t.co/B1S3Kr5SxA Nov 20, 2013
  • Exhibition in 2014 on William Kent, "inventor of an art that realizes painting and improves nature" (Horace Walpole) http://t.co/2rLodb6MAf Nov 20, 2013
  • Nice photograph here of Isabella Blow wearing a landscape on her head http://t.co/dISsnquJRG Nov 18, 2013
  • Bernard Berenson would stand transfixed by 'the sunsets beyond Monte Morello whispering "flammantia moenia mundi"' http://t.co/9gm7i1VJlN Nov 17, 2013
  • 'A Company of Mountains: 14 Views on the Isle of Skye' by Alec Finlay - bought at the Small Publishers Fair http://t.co/ArV3ocAltG Nov 16, 2013
  • RT @theQuietus: Way Through - Clapper Is Still: pastoral punk subverting "Location, location, location... England's unofficial motto" http:… Nov 16, 2013
  • @DianaJHale Yes it is @chrisrwatson - the prints were done to accompany his installation in Sheffield (see http://t.co/uL9zQ8RUIi) Nov 16, 2013
  • 'Inside the Circle of Fire' - our new Chris Watson print looking nice on the wall. http://t.co/aG8qV657nm Nov 16, 2013
  • 'A broad sweep of cobalt blue, applied across a wet page with a few strokes of a loaded brush...' Turner and the sea: http://t.co/xjvj5vKbBQ Nov 16, 2013
  • Thre are those [landscapes] through which you may travel, those in which you may wander, and those in which you may live - Guo Xi (c1020–90) Nov 16, 2013
  • Punk among the steel mills - 'the 2am sky orangey-blue from a blast furnace with requisite sulphur smell' http://t.co/1GYkjro2nH Nov 16, 2013
  • Interested to read @DianaJHale on #Shorelines, which I missed (I've heard that @JulianHoffman was especially good). http://t.co/UOW62xm1DD Nov 15, 2013
  • New post: ten extraordinary Chinese landscape paintings @V_and_A http://t.co/MaRs6q9tSM Nov 15, 2013
  • LRB review by @Sam_Sacks of Tale of the Heike (http://t.co/GYohWVeOXp) reminded me of this: re-creating a landscape http://t.co/U84CZYO3FT Nov 15, 2013
  • From @highamnews: Simon Thurley's 'Building of England' launch postponed because copies were in ship container lost in St Jude storm (2/2) Nov 15, 2013
  • At launch last night for 'The New English Landscape' Ken Worpole said it's selling well & won't be available via Amazon. Contrast... (1/2) Nov 15, 2013
  • New Thurston Moore 7" - 'a homage to libertarian and communitarian activists from the Stoke Newington area of London' http://t.co/IOZG57tsut Nov 15, 2013
  • RT @Fifepsy: Henry Kaiser, Herzog collaborator, - 80% Antarctica research diver & 20% percent American experimental guitarist. http://t.co/Nov 13, 2013
  • This new Wild Art notion encompasses unofficial land art and strange forms of landscape sculpture http://t.co/AMPRVplziz Nov 12, 2013
  • The Housatonic at Stockbridge - this week's old post, now with added music (you couldn't do that in 2006): http://t.co/jgQ4d6mKbw Nov 10, 2013
  • In 1911, long before Rough Guides, Kafka and Brod devised a 'new type of guidebook' - 'Paris on the Cheap' etc. - but found no publishers. Nov 10, 2013
  • @Uniformbooks Yes as one of 'the grey-haired one's that article left me all at sea until I read that! Welcome to Twitter Colin. Nov 10, 2013
  • "If you look at the landscape, it's geographic," says Greg Woock, CEO of the US calling and messaging service Pinger. http://t.co/11XOG4wU9d Nov 10, 2013
  • 'Travelling to Wonderland' - we've been exploring Xu Bing's miniature landscape in the rain http://t.co/tcu2cl815V Nov 09, 2013
  • Listening to "a black engine of sex": the audiobook of Matthew Lewis's The Monk read by the chap who played Nigel Pargetter in The Archers. Nov 08, 2013
  • 'Walking presupposes that at every step the world changes in some aspect and also that something changes in us' - Italo Calvino Nov 08, 2013
  • New post on Italo Calvino's 'Collection of Sand', newly translated into English http://t.co/wFRCXCArLY Nov 08, 2013
  • My blog post on Tacita Dean's new work has had nearly thirty times more visitors than my post on the Hayward's Ana Mendieta exhibition. Nov 08, 2013
  • RT @Fifepsy: Patrick Keiller's essays on the built landscape: 'The View from the Train: Cities and Other Landscapes'. Review http://t.co/kbNov 08, 2013
  • RT @Fifepsy: In search of Brautigan's Cleveland Wrecking Yard http://t.co/KSxJQZtgKu by @MBridegam & Richard Brautigan's story: http://t.co… Nov 06, 2013
  • One for you geographers: "This is our geographical song..." http://t.co/FQ9Vf7npzh - The Modern Lovers loving the "loneliness of bleakness". Nov 03, 2013
  • When we were in Galway this summer there was an exhibition of Derrick Hawker's landscapes: http://t.co/eqbp0SzV42 http://t.co/Uekn4XFYty Nov 02, 2013
  • This week's old post, on how a good prospect will ease melancholy: http://t.co/1TI30HcK5x Nov 02, 2013
  • Just been reading @SightSoundmag with @autumnfarewells on 'All This Can Happen', a new film based on Robert Walser's 'The Walk'. Nov 02, 2013
  • The other day I asked my six year old how you milk a cow and he said "you right click on it". Seems he assumed I was referring to Minecraft. Nov 02, 2013
  • Fog of war: Marc Wilson's atmospheric photographs of World War Two coastal defences http://t.co/KIHPinJ9vC Nov 01, 2013
  • In case you were wondering, the cover of Fermor's The Broken Road is by Ed Kluz, not something John Craxton did in anticipation years ago... Nov 01, 2013
  • RT @nicolatwilley: An exhibition mapping the olfactory geography of London's fatbergs: http://t.co/938ReSEIQl Nov 01, 2013
  • RT @BobbySeal1: Excellent new blog post by @DianaJHale 'Tracing Sebald (and Austerlitz) in London’s East End' http://t.co/lAhoF4cftK Nov 01, 2013
  • Wow - hard to imagine anything more enticing sounding than an exhibition on ruins curated by @briangdillon: http://t.co/ipthN5KrPX Nov 01, 2013
  • RT @TelegraphBooks: Iain Sinclair on his remorseless walking and writing regime via @Telegraph http://t.co/C2PnXRxgqB Nov 01, 2013
  • Inside the Circle of Fire: new post on a soundscape by @chrisrwatson http://t.co/TXVLtslzyA Nov 01, 2013
  • @M_Z_Harrison @CherylTipp @DavidjHendy @JulianHoffman Thanks Cheryl. I'll be doing a short post on Chris Watson later when I have a moment. Nov 01, 2013
  • Recommended: the always excellent @Fifepsy poses some questions of the drift... http://t.co/yXt6r9XidA Oct 30, 2013
  • Ride into the sun... http://t.co/xDAuCanGaG Oct 27, 2013
  • Donovan Wylie's photographs show the impact of surveillance architecture on the natural landscape: http://t.co/PDbJAW0ZEw Oct 27, 2013
  • 'Down by the shoreline with my back to the land...' A nostalgic post on The Weather Prophets http://t.co/JpMek0IMzp Oct 26, 2013
  • RT @ubuweb: Is there a more beautiful concrete poem? I don't think so: http://t.co/kVe1gV3Tf7 #IanHamiltonFinlay Oct 26, 2013
  • A poignant essay on the gardens of Italy by Zadie Smith: http://t.co/SUSW1PX0T2 Oct 25, 2013
  • Artist Martin Andersen's giant Promethean mirrors stealing sunlight for a dark Norwegian town: http://t.co/UmVdM5RudY Oct 25, 2013
  • @tpaleyfilm @peter_watts The Iain Sinclair pop up shop is in the Sea Cadets building on Church St. There are various events there this week. Oct 25, 2013
  • J G Ballard looks out of the Iain Sinclair pop-up shop in Stoke Newington http://t.co/wnLuM0v30Q http://t.co/pD1uLlXHJ6 Oct 25, 2013
  • John Cage's complete Ryoanji drawings: http://t.co/99Cz1dm2Gb Oct 25, 2013
  • 'His face was that of a man who knows about day and night, sky and sea and air.' - Paul Klee described by Jankel Adler. Oct 25, 2013
  • Just got my tickets for talk on The New English Landscape featuring Ken Worpole & @RachelLichtenst at @lrbbookshop http://t.co/SJbqBqZM7C Oct 25, 2013
  • New post on the excellent Ana Mendieta exhibition at @southbankcentre http://t.co/ZmRZPwPT55 Oct 25, 2013
  • The Angle of a Landscape: from the new Emily Dickinson poetry archive: http://t.co/eBxcZcq0lP Oct 23, 2013
  • After Infinite San Franciso and Unfathomable New Orleans http://t.co/jvE3pgpZkt I read on fb that Rebecca Solnit might do a NYC atlas next. Oct 22, 2013
  • RT @tweetbytheriver: The New English Landscape http://t.co/wxHHaAJb1n Oct 22, 2013
  • Heading for Tate Modern - wasn't expecting to encounter the olde weird England http://t.co/lNYDxlO2g5 Oct 20, 2013
  • We're gearing up for Halloween (my son has a pumpkin outfit). So is @Landscapism, with a post on haunted landscapes: http://t.co/XcJmv9gwow Oct 20, 2013
  • Looking at The New English Landscape - a new book by Jason Orton & Ken Worpole - beautifully put together. http://t.co/kIJvYFytEg Oct 19, 2013
  • Eleven acre land art unveiled in Belfast (a huge face only visible from the air - doesn't look great to be honest): http://t.co/4ATD5fLWGf Oct 19, 2013
  • RT @theQuietus: WATCH: "pastoral punk" group Way Through shoot new video in villages abandoned for military training http://t.co/meaxx680wh Oct 19, 2013
  • 'For we are like trees...' On Kafka's favourite typeface and his short story 'Die Baüme': http://t.co/poz2PppdCu and http://t.co/UTchOafqwu Oct 18, 2013
  • "What a woman — ice without and fire within!" Yes it can only be Jacquetta Hawkes (this week's old blog post): http://t.co/AtMW39qX3i Oct 18, 2013
  • By Jove Carruthers, it's a new post on 'The Riddle of the Sands': http://t.co/uEhcWFGzpk Oct 17, 2013
  • RT @JulianHoffman: Great interview by @jgraugaard with writer & sound recordist @BernieKrause, on ecological change, silence & nature. http… Oct 17, 2013
  • RT @TheClearingMag: This week in The Clearing: the musical landscapes of Sam Richards - a meeting of the folk and avant-garde traditions ht… Oct 15, 2013
  • Listening to a new Stephen Bann talk on Ian Hamilton Finlay - soundcloud available on the @ArnolfiniArts site: http://t.co/Kl9NDN65b1 Oct 13, 2013
  • Tom Raworth wonders in his poem 'Warm Autumn Problem' whether a falling leaf can hit a dragonfly... Oct 13, 2013
  • 'The mountain has never been humiliated by the scraping and gouging of ignorant monks and vulgar scholars.' New post: http://t.co/dfmoI8cHqs Oct 13, 2013
  • The soundscape of New York City in the late twenties: an excellent new site http://t.co/e6AAy3LIRT Oct 12, 2013
  • RT @generalistjo: Doing final research for my contribution to http://t.co/8VZvJQ6EiP I came across the excellent @Some_landscapes blog http… Oct 12, 2013
  • 'I must work. Everything, art above all, is theory developed and applied through contact with nature' - Paul Cézanne http://t.co/TkL0JKBFox Oct 12, 2013
  • The #ShungaExhibition @britishmuseum is excellent and includes an erotic version of the View of Lake Biwa that fuses body and landscape. Oct 12, 2013
  • This week's old post from the blog: the landscape mosaics of the Umayyad mosque in Damascus (now threatened by war) http://t.co/iiKCFCdv1F Oct 11, 2013
  • Two thousand tweets on landscape and the arts: http://t.co/4WfPkaAuxA Oct 11, 2013
  • The V&A has an appeal to buy 'The Château de Juvisy', a Baroque panoramic painting by Pierre-Denis Martin http://t.co/Qm74qhDGuc Oct 11, 2013
  • The Keartons: 'They built a limestone wall, constructed moveable trees and disguised themselves as a rubbish dump' http://t.co/iveoKjVatn Oct 07, 2013
  • Samuel Palmer: ‘Sometimes landscape is seen as a vision, and then seems as fine as art; but this is seldom...’ (1825) Oct 06, 2013
  • New film - 'Three Landscapes' by Peter Hutton (more a study of labour than landscape, according to Sight & Sound): http://t.co/VuvK6f1izP Oct 06, 2013
  • New post on melting snow, the 'sea of trees' and a natural sound sculpture: http://t.co/4UAq0vKwPz Oct 06, 2013
  • Interested to see Ben Wheatley will follow 'A Field in England' with an adaptation of J G Ballard's 'High Rise' Oct 05, 2013
  • New post on the lure of landscape and the desire to enjoy ' the fag End of Life in quietness and ease' http://t.co/8XkU3ZhCvS Oct 05, 2013
  • Into the woods: forest paintings by Stanley Donwood, who has collaborated with Radiohead and Robert Macfarlane - http://t.co/DTkqe5TUKd Oct 04, 2013
  • The landscape painter 'conveys a distant country into mine, / And throws Italian light on English walls.' - William Cowper Oct 04, 2013
  • @DianaJHale Thanks. Interested to see your New River post - we often walk the Canonbury to Islington stretch. Oct 03, 2013
  • This week's old post is a short one on Einojuhani Rautavaara's Cantus Arcticus (I've added a Youtube clip): http://t.co/ofOZc5iIUJ Oct 02, 2013
  • RT @bldgblog: Massive interview with aerial photographer Michael Light on atomic bombs, lunar landscapes, Los Angeles and more: http://t.coOct 02, 2013
  • On the Landscape Photographers of Los Santos and Blaine County and the way landscape was used to promote GTA 5 http://t.co/92v6XzyoTr Sep 29, 2013
  • New post on 'Nostalgia for the Light', the Atacama desert, Pablo Neruda and Chile, forty years after the coup: http://t.co/RImt4blkHe Sep 29, 2013
  • Thought I'd start tweeting the odd link to old blog posts from the pre-Twitter era. Here's Paddy Fermor on moonlight http://t.co/jf70GlSN2k Sep 27, 2013
  • Useful compilation of travel accounts of Britain from Gerald of Wales to William Cobbett: http://t.co/xCiHZ0aOiF Sep 27, 2013
  • Minecraft map of Britain created by Ordnance Survey http://t.co/JBXpHY3Opk (my sons and their friends already pretty much live in Minecraft) Sep 24, 2013
  • RT @E_Dickinson: Autumn begins to be inferred By millinery of the cloud Or deeper color in the shawl That wraps the everlasting hill. Sep 23, 2013
  • 'this is what a painter would see...' The poem 'Summer End on the Leie' read by Maxine Peake in 'The Low Countries': http://t.co/XIcMWWU5AV Sep 23, 2013
  • This is superb: Dufay, Aragon, Brel, Fermor... Maxine Peake and Samuel West journey through the Low Countries http://t.co/iqwMMHt8pE Sep 23, 2013
  • New post on the 'black Binhongs' - Chinese landscapes likened to the 'sheets of sound employed by John Coltrane': http://t.co/7eTwmS5op2 Sep 22, 2013
  • Way Through, who I saw play last year, have a new LP inspired by 'mythical and marginal pieces of English landscape' https://t.co/ukGzl2Aodk Sep 21, 2013
  • More on Tacita Dean's Ballard / Smithson film 'JG' at the @LRB blog http://t.co/HorlAu3m14 Sep 21, 2013
  • Great article by Robert Macfarlane on urban exploration with @Goblinmerchant http://t.co/T1bcQrF6R3 Sep 21, 2013
  • Saline landscapes, Robert Smithson and J. G. Ballard. My new post on Tacita Dean's film 'JG': http://t.co/JynzuQUGGi Sep 20, 2013
  • 'The question is not to imitate nature, but to work like it.' - Picasso Sep 19, 2013
  • "That fusion of memory and imagination and landscape, nobody has ever achieved that with such immediacy..." http://t.co/T0k2zelxkV Sep 17, 2013
  • RT @nybooks: Luc Sante on Charles Marville’s exquisitely nuanced photographs of vanished 19th-century Paris http://t.co/V6RyUw9BE8 Sep 17, 2013
  • New post on 'Estuary' an exhibition exploring the outer reaches of the River Thames http://t.co/DUqoJqMT1J Sep 15, 2013
  • A conversation between poets Alec Finlay and Susan Tichy about huts and war and solitude: http://t.co/3s5fVLhn3y Sep 14, 2013
  • For some reason my blogger header now displays as a column. It just seems to have happened. If anyone can help...? http://t.co/Bqns5lvp0K Sep 13, 2013
  • 'Sections of England: The Sea Horizon' - Garry Fabian Miller sea horizon photographs from 76/77 in new exhibition http://t.co/c059fIKCf2 via Sep 13, 2013
  • RT @DesignObserver: Landscape and Illusion, art by Chris Ballantyne, Bas Princen, Lauren Marsolier, from @PlacesJournal. http://t.co/ZVz9QbSep 12, 2013
  • RT @Fifepsy: "she travelled a landscape of the mind" @BobbySeal1 on Emily Dickinson's Geography - new post at: http://t.co/oqIjVTfedP Sep 12, 2013
  • Literary locations: mapping the Booker prize: http://t.co/LmKUQfmo37 (the novel I'm currently reading is set in Paterson and Santo Domingo) Sep 11, 2013
  • An artificial rainbow, a landscape in the shape of a head, death by plague, death by chocolate... New post: http://t.co/jB8ud9pE7p Sep 08, 2013
  • The new @SightSoundmag is well worth buying for a @nickkinocritic interview with landscape filmmaker James Benning http://t.co/0Q8Ptdpu2I Sep 07, 2013
  • My third and final post on Ireland: Connemara and the writings of Tim Robinson http://t.co/KOO5zmhw0e Sep 07, 2013
  • Thanks @terrypitts for the link to this short film on how photographs of Amerika influenced Kafka's wonderful novel: http://t.co/nx6fIuBJzy Sep 06, 2013
  • Joy! The final part of Patrick Leigh Fermor's trilogy, 'The Broken Road': http://t.co/YfbtplEU4Q (RT @JulianHoffman) Sep 06, 2013
  • Gerco de Ruijter's gridded, altered, and semi-artificial landscapes @bldblog http://t.co/RThpadcRyy Sep 05, 2013
  • Thanks everyone for RTs and links to my Burren post. The next one will be on Connemara... http://t.co/jKqHxRFGFt Sep 04, 2013
  • Just back from seeing Björk perform Biophilia at Alexandra Palace. It was being filmed so you'll be able to watch it at some point. Sep 03, 2013
  • Imagining snow storms of frozen methane on other planets while thinking about Caspar David Friedrich - @bldgblog http://t.co/NbnB1HlOwg Sep 03, 2013
  • Rebecca Solnit, Robert Macfarlane, Seamus Heaney and others in my new post on the Burren http://t.co/JZWOroQUH1 Sep 02, 2013
  • Nice new piece from @Landscapism on learning to love landscape poetry: http://t.co/RKS2kWpftT Sep 01, 2013
  • The plodding music of global warming - mirroring an aspect of the world in sound in a painstakingly literal fashion: http://t.co/8rtdR3vvtC Aug 30, 2013
  • Sad to hear about Seamus Heaney. Last week I was reading aloud his beautiful landscape poem 'Postscript', by the swans on the Flaggy Shore. Aug 30, 2013
  • RT @TimDee4: Four Fields is published today. Thanks for everyone's enthusiasm. To mark its release I am walking with Simon Armitage and esc… Aug 29, 2013
  • Back to the grind, but I cheered up listening to the excellent @mariellaf1 Literary Landscapes series on my way home: http://t.co/jc01a0BtMY Aug 27, 2013
  • Hoping to get an iPad when the new ones come out. This new app for Josef Albers’s 'Interaction of Color' looks good: http://t.co/FqAdXs5fH5 Aug 27, 2013
  • RT @Fifepsy: The spaces in-between the streets. The layered histories of cities represented in Matthew Picton's 3D sculpture maps. http://t… Aug 24, 2013
  • The Work of Art in the Age of 3D Printing: Van Gogh's 'Wheatfield under Thunderclouds' simulacrum for just £22,000 http://t.co/a3TtJYIM7x Aug 24, 2013
  • I'm back from Ireland with a new post on Synge, Lady Gregory, Man of Aran and British Sea Power. http://t.co/QytNYDxQ7G Aug 24, 2013
  • Richard Skelton on 'Landings' (includes free extracts) and his increasing unease about making music in the landscape http://t.co/J9A4gBPeMP Aug 15, 2013
  • Controversy over an artificial mountain retreat built on top of a Beijing high-rise http://t.co/YAo04EHZsC Aug 14, 2013
  • RT @peterreason: @Some_landscapes Connemara wonderful I am just back. Robinson great but see also my blog http://t.co/yQoJJuT2iZ Aug 13, 2013
  • Preparing for trip to Connemara, but seems all wrong to follow Tim Robinson's walks from this quay via Google Earth! http://t.co/2LXT3vrV73 Aug 13, 2013
  • Piano on the beach: http://t.co/C2HZECLJte. There's a review of Annea Lockwood's 'Eastern Exposure' in @thewiremagazine this month. Aug 12, 2013
  • Allan Sekula RIP. Saw his film with Noël Burch, 'The Forgotten Space', last year: http://t.co/B1S3Kr5SxA Aug 12, 2013
  • A Canterbury Tale film locations: Xan Brooks in the footsteps of Andrew Motion lookalike, The Glue Man: http://t.co/HTr67zd2RR Aug 09, 2013
  • New post on Chris Watson's 'In St Cuthbert's Time' http://t.co/t2EYBPvxI0 #fieldrecording Aug 09, 2013
  • Pat Collins' film 'Silence' about a field recordist in Ireland is in cinemas next week. http://t.co/mNNNFlst Aug 05, 2013
  • Marcel Duchamp in Herne Bay: pondering The Large Glass, enjoying “superb weather” and “as much tennis as possible." http://t.co/0dCoCyRx0U Aug 03, 2013
  • Sebald on Walser and Kleist by @terrypitts http://t.co/AnSCcwb2mm. My own take (and memories) from 2010: http://t.co/vsDkJ7nUyf Aug 03, 2013
  • 'Five minutes on even the nicest mountain is awfully long...' New post on W. H. Auden's 'Bucolics' http://t.co/gOvAbM5TxN Aug 02, 2013
  • Long reviews of 'Writing Britain' and the 'The Robinson Institute' by @amycutler1985 now readable on open access http://t.co/Tp65jvvjjW Aug 02, 2013
  • Mountaineering after the Enlightenment - 'It was politics ... that pushed men to the liminal top...' http://t.co/rQWKjYM5s0 Jul 30, 2013
  • @clarerishbeth yes the Norman Ackroyd documentary was fascinating on the etching processes. His website: http://t.co/MscwVkKkBa Jul 29, 2013
  • Looking at my parents' 'Book of The British Countryside' after reading this: http://t.co/HaB5oabjOf http://t.co/9StKfTtvo7 Jul 29, 2013
  • Just caught up with this 'day in the life' of landscape artist Norman Ackroyd on BBC4 http://t.co/AwQKy8SLdR Jul 28, 2013
  • Obituaries have been appearing for Walter De Maria, eg http://t.co/ySmH8uUNDC. I did a short post on him once: http://t.co/FN0gHoG5vC Jul 27, 2013
  • RT @CherylTipp: Tokafi interviews Annea Lockwood http://t.co/e8SIILk46d Jul 27, 2013
  • New post: the first description of a landscape photograph written almost 80 years before the invention of photography http://t.co/CQLlV4Yt7J Jul 27, 2013
  • New Hamish Fulton show 'a passive protest against urban societies that alienate people from the natural environment' http://t.co/4dEI06VMmc Jul 27, 2013
  • Yves Bonnefoy at 90 by Anthony Rudolf http://t.co/WTyv7PGyz9 …(via @Carcanet). I went to see him recently: http://t.co/ZIS1nLJoBy Jul 26, 2013
  • Unfolding landscape: Jeremy Gardiner's art explored in a new book http://t.co/IIkr0V5SOQ Jul 26, 2013
  • RT @LAReviewofBooks: "Nature writing may be on the wane but nature isn’t. We still need to know what’s out there." Jim Hinch on WILD http:/… Jul 26, 2013
  • Oystercatchers and arctic terns. Inland, the songs of linnet, whitethroat, yellowhammer and cuckoo... ♫ http://t.co/2ikSu0F5CmJul 24, 2013
  • Lowry: paintings 'as consistently affectless as Kafka’s novels, inventing narratives that ... like shit, just happen' http://t.co/trAWQcxxGA Jul 24, 2013
  • Land artist Agnes Denes proposes mega dunes on Rockaway Beach to solve NYC's storm challenges http://t.co/MMz7DuEFdn (via @Phaidon) Jul 23, 2013
  • 'The night had brought little relief from the heat, and at dawn a hot gust of wind blows across the colourless sea...' ('The Seventh Seal') Jul 22, 2013
  • In this heat one needs a fan with a picturesque landscape on it. (We are at Strawberry Hill House). http://t.co/9SRIbe52Tq Jul 20, 2013
  • This is great: W. G. Sebald reading 'Austerlitz' (plus some Q&A with Susan Sontag): http://t.co/J7O9yF6e7Q (via @terrypitts) Jul 19, 2013
  • 'The path wound tortuously between umber iron-bogs, albescent quicksands of aluminium and magnesium oxides.' New post http://t.co/k23uK3RVfx Jul 19, 2013
  • Richard Mabey takes on Steven Poole: in defence of nature writing http://t.co/gTzGkkQ2iw Jul 18, 2013
  • No headphones on my commute this morning - it's #WorldListeningDay. Happy 80th birthday R. Murray Schafer... http://t.co/3lhTybysBO Jul 18, 2013
  • Chris Drury: 'a meandering infinity mindfulness walk around 2 figure 8′s set in the landscape' http://t.co/SI8oXbZejr Jul 17, 2013
  • Nelson Felix's work for spikes and growing trees mentioned by Rob Mazurek in @thewiremagazine http://t.co/4DWUV06Ego (look a bit 'cruel'...) Jul 15, 2013
  • Listening to Robert Macfarlane on Private Passions my wife said 'Night on a Bare Mountain' reminds her of Pete Murphy http://t.co/yywRio8Mun Jul 14, 2013
  • 'The 10 best sea pictures' - interesting choices by Laura Cumming http://t.co/aVWxxStN5s Jul 14, 2013
  • Nice piece on the music of R. Murray Schafer, interwoven with nature @torontostar http://t.co/16WsFdOdn0 (RT @tedgioia) Jul 13, 2013
  • This looks good: 'Airmail: The Letters of Robert Bly and Tomas Tranströmer' – review http://t.co/B7BZt2kqq4 Jul 13, 2013
  • 'I’m going to be looking more carefully at rocks in the future. Also possibly trees and dirt...' Weird meat rock: http://t.co/GAG8laKHU1 Jul 13, 2013
  • Music about wild spaces: Radio 3's Private Passions features Robert Macfarlane interviewed on location at Orfordness http://t.co/ACcuvZGInN Jul 12, 2013
  • 'The scenery of Walden is on a humble scale, and, though very beautiful, does not approach to grandeur...' Thoreau was born today in 1817. Jul 12, 2013
  • Dürer, landscape and the limitations of art history - new post quoting from an essay in the latest LRB: http://t.co/8X4JG7D0zf Jul 12, 2013
  • Sebald's Rousseau: http://t.co/vXniWv7tCl. More Rousseau on my blog (shame the Youtube clip no longer works): http://t.co/rif9h1SoBh Jul 10, 2013
  • Just finished Richard Ford's novel 'Canada'. Part of it is set in a striking landscape: the abandoned Saskatchewan prairie town of Partreau. Jul 10, 2013
  • 'Black dying trees ooze and sweat and the shells never cease...' - new post on Paul Nash at the Front: http://t.co/1HrQpqQeHd Jul 08, 2013
  • Simon Faithfull, Julian Opie, George Shaw... 'Re-Viewing the Landscape: A Contemporary Response' @ComptonVerney http://t.co/3gQXvUX5ZD Jul 08, 2013
  • Ben Jonson's walk from London to Edinburgh @BenJonsonsWalk http://t.co/xQ032gvUdC Jul 08, 2013
  • 'Landscape with a priest and boy' by Georg Dillis (1790) - interesting recent acquisition for the BM. http://t.co/f4FxC0Hk6q Jul 07, 2013
  • RT @liminalcity: Alternative view of nature writing resurgence via @guardianeco Is our love of nature writing bourgeois escapism? http://t.… Jul 06, 2013
  • So long since I read 'The Trial' I'd forgotten the scene where K is shown identical heath landscapes, quoted in this: http://t.co/9IMKSI6fsm Jul 06, 2013
  • The Robinson Institute seen again in Simon Starling's Phantom Ride @Tate http://t.co/lK3EnwmuZa Jul 05, 2013
  • Was watching Ballardian scenes of beaches overwhelmed by algae on CBBC this morning with the kids. Photos: http://t.co/CglXpROhLv Jul 05, 2013
  • Shoreless river... new post on Landscape as the Origin of Music http://t.co/xhUMtdaPqw Jul 03, 2013
  • Nice post by @Landscapism on The Trespass Way: http://t.co/izDI4OusiM Jul 03, 2013
  • Recreating a 7th century soundscape of Lindisfarne: a new @chrisrwatson record: http://t.co/XCCJ6GN8X8 Jul 02, 2013
  • Jem Finer's 'Landscope' (2005) http://t.co/egrzZDd9wG - 'never shown due to a concern that the BBC had too much conceptual art on that week' Jul 02, 2013
  • Writing on the sea: an enticing contents page for the new @LaphamsQuart http://t.co/eTLg2tGRDl Jul 02, 2013
  • I can imagine the data in http://t.co/jMxoHoN092 being used eventually for some interesting landscape art. Jul 01, 2013
  • Contemplating tomorrow and thinking that work sometimes makes me feel like this tree http://t.co/F0fKMZRfTc Jun 30, 2013
  • New post on forest memories, Katsutoshi Yuasa and Akira Kurosawa http://t.co/MzoAvwNNxa Jun 29, 2013
  • There's a profile of Rebecca Solnit in today's Guardian http://t.co/Yt4GFfVSDZ Jun 29, 2013
  • Thanks to @LondonSounds for recommended to me this article on Tony Schwartz / New York soundscapes: http://t.co/UaKAASMPiO Jun 28, 2013
  • RT @EarthLines: On the EarthLines Review: @Some_landscapes on @amycutler1985's exhibition 'Time, the deer is in the woods of Hallaig' http:… Jun 27, 2013
  • 'Become Ocean' by John Luther Adams premiere: The Remoteness of Nature at Seattle Symphony http://t.co/KXriwMIOU7Jun 27, 2013
  • A report on the Foghorn Requiem: http://t.co/u48mXTUqnB Jun 25, 2013
  • Nice name for a gallery (read this http://t.co/CTP8igFTo5) and a new exhibition on scenes through a window: http://t.co/LOI9oNC06a Jun 24, 2013
  • RT @JulianHoffman: I just love the playfully clever connections made in the posts of @Fifepsy: Moby Dick, Laurie Anderson & Limekilns. htt… Jun 23, 2013
  • @highamnews True! (http://t.co/CVq1cFDI5W). Basho's last poem: Falling sick on a journey my dream goes wandering over a field of dried grass Jun 23, 2013
  • New post on landscape and American primitivism: John Fahey, Robbie Basho, Glenn Jones... http://t.co/A9FMwZlpRV Jun 22, 2013
  • Just reading a limerick about John Sell Cotman in Jonathan Williams' 'Jubilant Thicket'. Feel the urge now to do Cozens, Crome, Turner... Jun 22, 2013
  • 'Art does not imitate nature, not even individual instances of natural beauty, but natural beauty as such.' - Adorno Jun 22, 2013
  • Nature: 'an ever industrious Penelope, for ever unravelling what she has woven, for ever weaving what she has unravelled' - S T Coleridge Jun 21, 2013
  • Monotonous mediocrity? New post on Recording Britain http://t.co/MWeVMeegTI Jun 21, 2013
  • RT @ballardian: RIP Jeffrey Smart, a brilliant, inspiring Ballardian artist: http://t.co/PJZ2FwZvGL Jun 21, 2013
  • 'Under a black sky, in a biting wind, by the water’s edge...' Grimes on the Beach: http://t.co/EHcwc605QS Jun 19, 2013
  • RT @Fifepsy: Flow of light, of flow... RT @MegMundell Gorgeous night #photos of floating lights revealing hidden water currents http://t.coJun 17, 2013
  • “A lovely sunset during the storm scene would be awkward...” How do you stage Britten on a beach? http://t.co/39PeVxdZgC Jun 17, 2013
  • New post on Shiki http://t.co/EH0hnFHF0N. I was going to write about Proust's 'Death of Baldassare Silvande' too but left it as just Shiki. Jun 16, 2013
  • 'Nature's sternest painter, yet the best' (Byron) - Blake Morrison on George Crabbe http://t.co/S5BvqhKTTo Jun 15, 2013
  • RT @guygavrielkay: I find these images both moving and cool. Diver among the underwater ruins of rediscovered Heracleion. http://t.co/M3C8MJun 15, 2013
  • 'The strange unity of sea, sky and earth that grows unnoticed...' On John Piper's King Penguin, 'Romney Marsh': http://t.co/STqwnwiwcK Jun 14, 2013
  • Here's @DianaJHale on Forest Memories http://t.co/CNOn3tQdY0. I will do a review of this but currently lost in a forest of work. Jun 14, 2013
  • National treasures Clare Balding and Robert Macfarlane take a walk on the Icknield Way - Radio 4: http://t.co/UySp7kuINU Jun 13, 2013
  • Early mountaineers were a product of modernism...The current crop are by-products of capitalism and corporate guruism http://t.co/klf6IDmKJp Jun 09, 2013
  • RT @alexispetridis: Nothing makes me love Jeremy Deller more than this dongbag whining that Deller's Venice show annoyed his rich friends h… Jun 08, 2013
  • 'When Picasso was asked why he had painted so few landscapes, he replied that he had never seen any. ' http://t.co/6s4Sw8PyjM Jun 07, 2013
  • @intercapillary yes, as the crowds surged round the that table you'd climbed onto, you had the look of Actaeon pursued by his hounds. Jun 07, 2013
  • Time, the deer, is in the wood of Hallaig and St John's old belfry. Good launch last night. http://t.co/RYTsKvpO3z http://t.co/xOpfGzfvD3 Jun 07, 2013
  • Illuminations: evening sunlight hitting the postcard of Walter Benjamin under our mantelpiece: http://t.co/g3H1MF05Tz Jun 02, 2013
  • Allen Ruppersberg's 'The Never Ending Book' invites visitors to make a short book from Sebaldian images. Here's mine. http://t.co/Szdr99jbKE Jun 02, 2013
  • Deep topography is more than simply recollection, it is 'the land's very structure and memory unfurling in the mind' - Nick Papadimitriou Jun 01, 2013
  • @cudras @v11oyd thanks - I've now compounded things by blogging about 'Out of Sheer Rage' too http://t.co/ur2uvG8iR7 Jun 01, 2013
  • New post on two visions of England in Geoff Dyer's 'Our of Sheer Rage' http://t.co/ur2uvG8iR7 Jun 01, 2013
  • 'A walk with the ghosts of Little Moscow' - a tremendous new post from @Fifepsy http://t.co/D5q3RhTuKh Jun 01, 2013
  • Some of the most unsettling examples of contemporary landscape painting in the US are in its prison visiting rooms: http://t.co/73PoErt1v4 Jun 01, 2013
  • My sons excited by this: via @owenbooth: Negative Entropy - Jan Robert Leegte’s Remake of Spiral Jetty in Minecraft http://t.co/i2xUagWTFc May 31, 2013
  • Half term activities at Tate St Ives - Torin making a robot collage, me designing modernist landscapes http://t.co/Za05EeYtvQ May 28, 2013
  • To the lighthouse? Looks like a fine day here in St Ives http://t.co/bSg3xw0jGs May 26, 2013
  • I am procrastinating and not writing by reading Geoff Dyer's 'Out of Sheer Rage' and tweeting about it. May 24, 2013
  • 'Had we the capacity to analyse it there would almost certainly be a geology of the air as well as of rock.' - Geoff Dyer May 24, 2013
  • Making a book from a lump of lead: Robert Macfarlane on 'Holloway' http://t.co/KiEBxti97f May 23, 2013
  • What forms might cover versions of field recordings take? Here's one: Scenatet's interpretation of 'Church' http://t.co/3bBBeDpPVI May 23, 2013
  • 'Suddenly, wood, rock, metal, even exposed geology in situ can host visual content. Indeed, perhaps it already does.' http://t.co/ZLwXmal0Ho May 21, 2013
  • You can see 'The Forgotten Space' which I wrote about here http://t.co/OD7bZDtijY at @PASSENGERFILMS on June 18th http://t.co/0EuSxtNlpT May 20, 2013
  • 'In my room, the world is beyond my understanding; / But when I walk I see that it consists of three or four hills and a cloud.' - W Stevens May 19, 2013
  • Did Peter Doig paint this landscape on LSD? http://t.co/zRQDuP0NVT May 18, 2013
  • Saw this at the Saatchi Gallery today - looks like the portrait of a geography lecturer: http://t.co/QXPAn9CRE2 May 17, 2013
  • 'Hills are all that is necessary, with a few trees for shade' - Alfred Jarry and theatre in the landscape: http://t.co/7nb5l61zQ9 May 17, 2013
  • Gerhard Richter's blurred cityscape becomes the most expensive work by a living artist. http://t.co/GUemVRngFd May 16, 2013
  • Eight walks in Denver that spell out the letters P A S T O R A L in Erik Anderson's 'The Poetics of Trespass' http://t.co/3oJiZWVp0v May 16, 2013
  • Nice article on Foghorn Requiem in @thewiremagazine - the North Sea coast transformed into a concert stage: http://t.co/d2vuxYZuXi May 15, 2013
  • “Trees” by Föllakzoid is my new jam. ♫ http://t.co/Cy2kBMOrnt May 15, 2013
  • Forest memory through text, archive, and xylarium - I'll be heading to Bethnal Green on 6th June for this: http://t.co/QSCKhjZncb May 14, 2013
  • Films exploring the natural world and the moving image @_TheWhitechapel this weekend: http://t.co/yaW6akRPfp May 14, 2013
  • RT @theQuietus: From @theQuietusBooks, a great preview piece on Dan Richards' Holloway collaboration with Robert Macfarlane http://t.co/SEMay 14, 2013
  • RT @Fifepsy: Rory McEwan - Exhibitions at Kew & Edinburgh - 'The Tweed Road' incl his film of Joseph Beuys' visit to Rannoch Moor http://t.… May 14, 2013
  • 'British land art looks backwards with one eyebrow raised' - Uncommon Ground, Land Art in Britain http://t.co/tNiLugdhZz May 12, 2013
  • Echoes of Antonioni - Chinese officials caught spray-painting grass green in Chengdu: http://t.co/ijzxauGlbN May 12, 2013
  • The latest post by @bldgblog reminded me of Anna Kavan's extraordinary novel 'Ice': http://t.co/vTJ9V6xCi6 May 12, 2013
  • Certain phrases in LP sleeve notes have stayed with me like poems, eg this description of Cleveland's edgelands... http://t.co/wyY2Fat3aP May 11, 2013
  • New post on Yves Bonnefoy's beautiful aesthetic reverie, 'The Arrière-pays' http://t.co/FEjIF3L5QS May 10, 2013 
  • 'His style matches his city. Both are in a state of flux' - Leon Kossoff's London Landscapes at Annely Juda Fine Art http://t.co/maVWiC0XlN May 10, 2013
  • 'The streets of 'Britain's Atlantis' seen for the first time' - 3D scans reveal the lost medieval city of Dunwich http://t.co/h47NIJEge2 May 10, 2013
  • A new blog on The New English Landscape by my friend Ken Worpole. First post is on Horsey Island, Essex: http://t.co/SBnnqgqikE May 08, 2013
  • PATHS: Charting, Navigating & Bridging - an interesting sounding exhibition at Stony Brook University in New York: http://t.co/Fqvg8pzrwU May 08, 2013
  • China’s first ever climate change art exhibition in Beijing later this month - works from the Cape Farewell project http://t.co/rkxOKaSHyi May 07, 2013
  • 'Mountain Rhythm and Mountain Plateau' - on Xu Bing @AshmoleanMuseum - you still have a few days left to see it. http://t.co/mlnxF1hyhR May 06, 2013
  • For the first time today I think Kew is just too busy. But it's cool and quiet in the Marianne North Gallery. http://t.co/aTvJPAJmcH May 06, 2013
  • 'I pray God for trees enough in the posterities' - Christopher Smart, Jubilate Agno May 04, 2013
  • Right, I'm off to Oxford to see the Xu Bing exhibition. I did a short post on him three years ago http://t.co/Cj98qZ1bMO May 04, 2013
  • Andreas Bick's 'Eolo' on Vimeo http://t.co/pH3QWBb764 - just reviewed for @thefldreporter by @CherylTipp May 04, 2013
  • Interesting piece on internet reviews, with an unexpected mention of Robert Macfarlane's mapless Old Ways at the end http://t.co/kkMjNnbeUP May 01, 2013
  • Every post is great of course, but I'd particularly recommend the latest from @bldgblog on resonant forests: http://t.co/6objPvjRjM Apr 30, 2013
  • Good conversations yesterday at http://t.co/q8YihaaDNd gallery opening for Richard Skelton's exhibition 'The Silence Between'. Apr 30, 2013
  • New post on the landscape transparencies of Carmontelle, 18th century precursors of TV: http://t.co/YhhngFhxa0 Apr 28, 2013
  • RT @Lines_Landscape: Ace-looking project for Year of Natural Scotland: Walking With Poets http://t.co/lMpZhjemcG Poets residing at differen… Apr 28, 2013
  • A wonderful photograph of Subway Sect, with a Paul Simenon cityscape in the background: http://t.co/9UByeiYOq6 Apr 27, 2013
  • 'Ghost landscapes slip the train window...' Writing In Place: Projections Of Landscape http://t.co/1EF6kiUoye Apr 27, 2013
  • 'A vast cathedral for meditation' - a new post on Francis Ponge and The Pine Woods Notebook http://t.co/Y4cgcM28t5 Apr 26, 2013
  • RT @Lines_Landscape: Out of Essex: Re-Imagining a Literary Landscape - Caught by the River http://t.co/e9iyEx6eQs Apr 25, 2013
  • And the world's largest underwater painting is by Alexander Belozor, who dives and paints underseascapes: http://t.co/RgcdaTI2IH Apr 25, 2013
  • Also, it says the world's most expensive photograph is an image of the Rhine by Andreas Gursky (£2.7m), sold at Christies in 2011. Apr 25, 2013
  • I've just been reading my son's 'Guiness World Records 2013'. The world's largest panoramic landscape is in China: http://t.co/ZRL1zF0WiF Apr 25, 2013
  • The texts drawn upon by W G Sebald in 'The Rings of Saturn': article in @PublicDomainRev http://t.co/PNqYAFvOmE Apr 23, 2013
  • 'As if seas had seethed only elsewhere, / shredding the shores of the horizons' - 'Moment' by Wisława Szymborska: http://t.co/oOxZw8E5av Apr 22, 2013
  • Saul Steinberg measuring up the Long Man of Wilmington, East Sussex, 1952 http://t.co/qFHIRxwNc2 Apr 21, 2013
  • Just having a look at this early Richard Mabey book from 1967. Not that much has changed. http://t.co/X4zgDstTFi Apr 21, 2013
  • I'm reading Ghelderode in the sunshine by a big thistle. http://t.co/tdg3r1I4uS Apr 20, 2013
  • Great articles in today's Guardian about W G Sebald http://t.co/U8x1tNuk99 Apr 20, 2013
  • RT @touchmusic: Viv Albertine from The Slits discusses her favourite albums here - http://t.co/rLZLfR3KeT inc. Chris Watson's El Tren Fa ... Apr 19, 2013
  • 'Poised equivocally between finished and unfinished...' Autumn 2014 @Tate: Late Turner: Painting Set Free http://t.co/1JqFphSHfp Apr 19, 2013
  • New post on the conversion of an entire mountain into a stage set (plus a giant ape on fire). http://t.co/dKm9L1FHFf Apr 19, 2013
  • John Burnside has a wonderful short essay in the @LRB on winter landscapes and the democratic spirit: http://t.co/tVjcNHpScV Apr 19, 2013
  • Another book I just read and enjoyed: Homer and Langley. Don't know anyone else who has read it - E L Doctorow seems underrated in Britain. Apr 14, 2013
  • I finally succumbed and read Zona so will no longer be able to watch Stalker without recalling Geoff Dyer's sexual fantasies. Apr 14, 2013
  • Looking today at Roy Lichtenstein's Chinese landscapes in the Tate Modern exhibition: http://t.co/ByDITq1jJv Apr 14, 2013
  • RT @Landscapism: Edgelands epic http://t.co/pvDgikD8wg via @gerryco23 Apr 14, 2013
  • New post on coming upon ancient sculptures half buried in the landscape: http://t.co/wQ0vaPaTdj Apr 14, 2013
  • My favourite objects at Ice Age Art were the arrow-like ivory flying swans, found near their breeding grounds at Lake Baikal. Apr 13, 2013
  • @JAFMacDonald Makes me think they could by now have been celebrating the qualities of local coal types and selling it at farmers markets! Apr 13, 2013
  • Margaret Thatcher and the British landscape: compare this http://t.co/p0yYmOodI3 with this http://t.co/Em5VL70iMU Apr 12, 2013
  • Lawrence English has made his Songs Of The Living collection of field recordings freely downloadable: http://t.co/KjrcECXNtS Apr 12, 2013
  • An erotic architectural and landscape dream: new post on the Hypnerotomachia Poliphili: http://t.co/255CWYfbR1 Apr 11, 2013
  • I wrote a bit about that Nancy Holt and Robert Smithson trip last year: http://t.co/hbY9fjlSEX Apr 10, 2013
  • A forthcoming exhibition dedicated to Nancy Holt and Robert Smithson's tour of England and Wales in 1969: http://t.co/bgmBtBVKDz Apr 10, 2013
  • RT @chiggi: New article: Sebastião Salgado documents world's wildernesses in new Genesis exhibition http://t.co/eJeznFRj2M Apr 09, 2013
  • A conversation with Ian Hamilton Finlay http://t.co/K3wIpDfv0N Apr 09, 2013
  • Nice article on a writer whose strange stories fascinated me when I first read them as a teenager: http://t.co/4R0iSLSFNl Apr 07, 2013
  • RT @nybooks: Our week of Auden winds to an end with his beautiful poem “River Profile” http://t.co/BZh04saP3b Apr 07, 2013
  • 'Warmth is coming back...' Guiraut de Bornelh: http://t.co/ne7x7I69uw Apr 07, 2013
  • RT @tds153: Interesting insider's take on Alan Bennett's People. http://t.co/Y4h7aui3Dh Apr 07, 2013
  • On Hampstead Heath - I am the only person not running around in lycra. And when did Jack Straw's Castle get turned into a fitness centre?? Apr 06, 2013
  • Not exactly 'Spring Breakers' - a slow, sad meditation on the Turkish landscape: Home (Yurt) http://t.co/gcNdMI2aJq Apr 05, 2013
  • New journal from Corbel Stone: landscape, ecology, folklore, esoteric philosophy and animism http://t.co/JKw6Q1Vrfj Apr 05, 2013
  • I just backed @amycutler1985's Forest Memory exhibition on @Kickstarter http://t.co/jQxWfsGHCd Apr 05, 2013
  • 'They played one evening in a grove of oak trees...' new post on early outdoor theatre http://t.co/nBk9G0KO3j Apr 05, 2013
  • Gardens as the physical representation of human power struggles http://t.co/1vTgesQ8EV Apr 05, 2013
  • On the prose writing of Edward Thomas: http://t.co/dBVcTuUN76 Apr 04, 2013
  • New post on Charles Rangeley-Wilson's 'Silt Road', plus plugs for @M_Z_Harrison and @tweetbytheriver: http://t.co/CLohJ66Fo5 Apr 01, 2013
  • Olafur Eliasson's Model for a Timeless Garden - our favourite piece at #lightshow http://t.co/QSNeypYWHg Mar 31, 2013
  • sand rock tide ... visual landscape poems at the South Bank Poetry Library http://t.co/vDPyzfwZR5 Mar 31, 2013
  • Can't believe there were no UV light works in The Hayward Gallery's Light Show - the kids wore white tops specially. Good fun though. Mar 31, 2013
  • 'How Joachim Brohm set the world of landscape photography on fire' http://t.co/jS5TpzEKed Mar 31, 2013
  • 'Each painting represents a mountain and its perfect reflection' - Ilya and Emilia Kabakov: http://t.co/XY1f0QB2JP Mar 30, 2013
  • British Sea Power 'transform would-be Geography A-level topics into vivid, sonic Turners': http://t.co/LIRsJ4YbGX Mar 30, 2013
  • New post: financial data converted into landscape art http://t.co/QTU4DfxgKu - may appeal to @bldgblog and @pruned Mar 30, 2013
  • 'His poetry’s pervading concerns have been rural Western landscapes and humankind’s place within the natural world.' http://t.co/whnBQ5KMXq Mar 29, 2013
  • @sarah_males I agree - this is the photograph in which Edward Thomas seems to be looking into the future: http://t.co/nORlDbilIV Mar 29, 2013
  • A new radio series on Edward Thomas: http://t.co/i5wbD8Jkd1. This first episode includes Robert Macfarlane, who reads 'The Path'. Mar 29, 2013
  • On Cai Guo-Qiang: http://t.co/SJrQaEPrI4. His father ended his days writing calligraphy in puddles, leaving 'invisible skeins of sorrow'... Mar 27, 2013
  • The @NationalGallery Barocci exhibition includes three extraordinary nature studies http://t.co/52U8pjwQk0 #Barocci Mar 27, 2013
  • Looking at photographs of natural scenes lowers blood pressure: http://t.co/FLDZOvYUNn Mar 26, 2013
  • 'Lake Superior: Lorine Niedecker's Poem and Journal' - new from Wave Books http://t.co/q9TnuyZbIX Mar 25, 2013
  • '... Woods, fields, brooks / Are life eternal: and in silence they / Speak happiness beyond the reach of books' - John Clare Mar 24, 2013
  • A review of the landscape photography exhibition that I went to today (RT @DianaJHale) http://t.co/dDz2WjldJB Mar 24, 2013
  • Lots of interesting contemporary landscape photographs at this exhibition... http://t.co/YSX4KO9df5 Mar 24, 2013
  • 'Perhaps I have heard some descendants of the birds Messiaen himself heard...' Interview with Matthew Schellhorn: http://t.co/nFZzoxmd3M Mar 23, 2013
  • RT @liminalcity: Leaves like ghosts. Super long exposure tree landscapes by Pierre Pellegrini http://t.co/mKQTHdhzhK via @colossal Mar 23, 2013
  • It is snowing here in London. Here's Liu Fang playing 'Falling Snow Decorates the Evergreen': http://t.co/dwFYMAQap1 Mar 23, 2013
  • New post on 'Silt' - photographs and music to accompany text by Robert Macfarlane http://t.co/DD2YCkSQ2L Mar 22, 2013
  • RT @theQuietus: I Came I Saw I Rolled My Suitcase: A Land Observations essay on Roman Roads for #drill http://t.co/YlGOsyK4Dz @MuteUK Mar 20, 2013
  • We went to the launch this evening of SILT http://t.co/37RDPz97nL - music and photographs inspired by the "deadliest path in Britain." Mar 20, 2013
  • 'What a landscape! Its lazy river recedes back into endless depths between steep wooded hills...' New post: http://t.co/GzswM63ShE Mar 16, 2013
  • 'Magic signs, secret journeys / A portrait of the artist touching the earth’ - Richard Long exhibition http://t.co/KIbLMJ5ALt Mar 16, 2013
  • Robert Macfarlane on the trail of Geoffrey Household's Rogue Male http://t.co/TJ8oyYyPuL Mar 16, 2013
  • From the Exeter Riddles: Wundor wearð on wege wæter wearð to bane [There was a wonder on the wave water became bone] Mar 15, 2013
  • Well I'd rather he was painting landscapes than running America... http://t.co/fTBtPryrB7 Mar 15, 2013
  • New post on the view from a mountain. Or is it the inside of a cupboard? http://t.co/CgnVcrlAzx Mar 15, 2013
  • Ansel Adams' son on why the British landscape wasn't 'dramatic enough' for his father. http://t.co/ausItlbX7p Mar 14, 2013
  • RT @theislandreview: Legendary landscape artist Alan Sonfist and his new project: The Island of Paradise. http://t.co/mnGdwCgMfI Mar 12, 2013
  • Turned Out Nice Again by Richard Mabey – review in today's paper: http://t.co/JCRAds3RsX Mar 10, 2013
  • William Cobbett, author of 'Rural Rides', was born 250 years ago today. http://t.co/pQIRJ4sp3Y Mar 09, 2013
  • The holographic forest I wrote about http://t.co/Vim5GLsE80 echoes new posts on spectral trees - @Fifepsy - and a ghost forest - @DianaJHale Mar 09, 2013
  • If you liked my new post you can see more of Kelly Richardson's immersive landscape videos here: http://t.co/cY2OPk3IiG Mar 08, 2013
  • 'A slightly malfunctioning, holographic forest.' On Kelly Richardson @richardsonkelly at @Townergallery. http://t.co/Vim5GLsE80 Mar 08, 2013
  • I've been alerted by @Slipshodspeller to some upcoming @_NVA_ activities near Glasgow including an 'audio drift' in the Kilmahew woods. Mar 06, 2013
  • Thanks for RTs on my latest post about Andy Goldsworthy and the aesthetics of land art: @liminalcity @JoDacombe @Lines_Landscape Mar 05, 2013
  • Simon Norfolk photographs and 'The Magical Realism of Norwegian Nights': http://t.co/bdIkhaSEDi Mar 04, 2013
  • RT @Fifepsy: "For how hard it is/ to understand the landscape/ as you pass in a train/ from here to there/ and mutely it/ watches you va ... Mar 03, 2013
  • New post in which I get entangled in questions on the aesthetics and ethics of land art: http://t.co/96NtOwrwO4 Mar 03, 2013
  • Wenlock Edge, Egdon Heath, Ardnamurchan Point... @StuartMaconie played a selection of landscape music this afternoon: http://t.co/AFHuBRIZSz Mar 02, 2013
  • Richard Long, Janet Cardiff, Francis Alÿs... 'Walk On: 40 Years of Art Walking' - exhibition on soon in Ealing http://t.co/vxLsms9aYM Mar 02, 2013
  • New post on Thomas Joshua Cooper's landscape photographs at @haunchofvenison http://t.co/VWvqzAYWFs Mar 02, 2013
  • RT @Fifepsy: Jonathan Meades reviewed by Owen Hatherley in new @LRB http://t.co/YM4C5DMwpI and an old Meades review of Hatherley http:// ... Feb 27, 2013
  • Just watched Part 3 of BBC4's 'The Sound and the Fury'. No mention of Messiaen's Des canyons aux étoiles... http://t.co/j4ltGwS08k Feb 26, 2013
  • Intriguing post on interactive gardens @pruned: http://t.co/iwrI8prLq2. Perhaps the office where I work will one day be a landscape garden. Feb 26, 2013
  • A Good Read: Dorothy Wordsworth's Grasmere Journals discussed by Ant/arctic writers Francis Spufford and Sarah Moss http://t.co/Y7R5HPq7nn Feb 25, 2013
  • This looks good: Richard T. Walker exhibition starting 1 March @CarrollFletcher http://t.co/SiwreiBSjw Feb 25, 2013
  • RT @amongstruins: The town that spent 25 years underwater emerges as a strangely dystopian landscape... http://t.co/mhshHf9nOk Feb 25, 2013
  • About time... Massachussetts may adopt 'Roadrunner' as their official song: http://t.co/wQvyM4Xl5t (hear it here http://t.co/ldpqObO8nB) Feb 24, 2013
  • I was intrigued to see inside Patrick 'Mur Végétal' Blanc's house in Monty Don's recent French garden series: http://t.co/jEt7Wr98WZFeb 24, 2013
  • Vanbrugh compared his role at Castle Howard to a midwife 'who helps to bring a fine child into the world, out of bushes, bogs and briars.' Feb 24, 2013
  • 'Perhaps the time might come when a beautiful art could arise again, and it would be landscape painting' - Philipp Otto Runge, 1802 Feb 23, 2013
  • New post on shadow sites and aerial photography of a contested landscape http://t.co/ZACrOsaWSm Feb 23, 2013
  • First UK show since 1979 for land artist Michelle Stuart at the Djanogly Art Gallery, Nottingham http://t.co/gKNlWodJir Feb 23, 2013
  • @Landscapism thanks. You've reminded me that I must update the links on my blog to include your site and all the psychogeographer tweeters. Feb 22, 2013
  • My 15,000 word index to landscape in the arts: http://t.co/fjIERoof6h (see my new post http://t.co/l7RfMUIZ5o). Hours of fun! Feb 21, 2013
  • The quotation I just tweeted is one of several writers' thoughts on landscape at Kim Wilkie's site: http://t.co/0GCEKbGHQw. Feb 21, 2013
  • ‘Land is not land alone ... Land partakes of what we breathe into it, is touched by our moods and our memories.’ - V. S. Naipaul Feb 21, 2013
  • On a day when it suddenly went very cold again, here is a new post about ice on the Yellow River: http://t.co/4lIG04YYcP Feb 20, 2013
  • Some ballooniana at the Science Museum http://t.co/q1IYTaQe Feb 20, 2013
  • Slight irony in being on a guided tour through the set of Alan Bennett's 'People' this morning, backstage at the National Theatre. Feb 18, 2013
  • Chris Watson, mentioned in latest post (http://t.co/R1mQN74n), is on the radio this week: 'The Listeners' http://t.co/tYyCvXaN Feb 17, 2013
  • Thanks @CherylTipp @enabime @LondonSounds et al for #inthefield2013. A complete write up by @lacosapreziosa now up: http://t.co/kgBiTe7E Feb 17, 2013
  • My reflections on 'In the Field', a fascinating symposium on field recording: http://t.co/R1mQN74n #inthefield2013 Feb 17, 2013
  • "Manchester reminded me of everything I was trying to forget...” - 'The Silent Catastrophe: Sebald’s Manchester' http://t.co/jK7Il5a3 Feb 16, 2013
  • Today I'm off to 'In the Field', a symposium on field recording at the British Library. http://t.co/dDoIVtOL. Feb 15, 2013
  • Sonic fiction from dreamings, gleamings and prefigurations of the Suffolk coast: @SimonRetromania on @kpunk99: http://t.co/4JsB8H4r Feb 13, 2013
  • The Island Review has launched http://t.co/nNsTlrUZ - based in Shetland (where we had a great holiday this summer http://t.co/AaooPGRr) Feb 12, 2013
  • 'Bracing, meditative, green, and, at times, dull.' Looking At The View, Tate Britain's new display of landscape art: http://t.co/0769bLbT Feb 11, 2013
  • Toru Takemitsu's music: 'like walking through a garden and experiencing the changes in light, pattern and texture.' http://t.co/XyW3GtT1 Feb 11, 2013
  • 'Anamorphosis thrives on mystery, and its masters rarely give away their secrets' - new post: http://t.co/xOBfSocL Feb 11, 2013
  • New Yorkers! There's a Tacita Dean exhibition now on with her recent chalkboard mountain drawings: http://t.co/9TiRzlEP Feb 11, 2013
  • Stoke Newington features in The @LAReviewofBooks! Poe, Wells, psychogeography and my local cemetery. http://t.co/ruoptFkt Feb 10, 2013
  • New post on a patriotic landscape painting in which the sky has taken the form of a flag: http://t.co/vBMB3t3y Feb 10, 2013
  • Looks like pre-booking Light Show tickets essential. Completely sold out today. Lots of cold wet disappointed people being turned away. Feb 10, 2013
  • 'Winter rain: / A farmhouse piled with firewood, / A light in the window.' - Nozawa Boncho Feb 10, 2013
  • 'Ordering an increasingly alien and fragmented landscape...' - @frieze_magazine piece on photographer Robert Adams http://t.co/78bBPXge Feb 10, 2013
  • Photos of Antarctic research stations http://t.co/dTa31i2Q - 'Cedar panelling is used for its scent, to mitigate sensory deprivation' Feb 10, 2013
  • “Once afloat on the Evre, we entered a realm removed from the rest of the earth…” Great new post from @terrypitts http://t.co/PVxKpW3h Feb 09, 2013
  • RT @john_overholt: Victorian London’s version of Google Street View: A Grand Architectural Panorama of London (1849) http://t.co/ZIQkOaqd Feb 07, 2013
  • New post: strange landscape designs in the writings of Edgar Allan Poe: http://t.co/gWtR1yXj Feb 05, 2013
  • Framing the view: six artists on how they choose landscapes http://t.co/kyGCFAji Feb 03, 2013
  • 'I step in your snow-crisped tracks on oak and beech leaf parchment...' - 'Toward High Point' by Rosanna Warren http://t.co/YQrehDlC Feb 03, 2013
  • 'The Routledge Companion to Landscape Studies' looks interesting but costs a staggering £125. http://t.co/iwILfoIM Feb 03, 2013
  • Hillside, slip and slide... ♫ http://t.co/L9aH2WkC Feb 02, 2013
  • Thought I'd add my thanks to @nybooks on 50 years, for half of which I've been a reader and hoarder of articles http://t.co/BLFcT9Zw Feb 01, 2013
  • More Seamus Heaney... a new post on 'Sweeney's Flight' http://t.co/Q6o2UGTi Feb 01, 2013
  • There are still tickets for PLACE:Roots http://t.co/rTfkWpaL. My take on last year's: http://t.co/08k3sy1v. And 2011's: http://t.co/qphu7RJD Feb 01, 2013
  • A Flock Descends on the Pentagonal Garden... Japanese music at the Barbican tomorrow http://t.co/i5mSpOVv Feb 01, 2013
  • Will Self says 'others may prefer to will themselves into James Bond's dinner jacket ... I'd rather slip into a !Kung hunter's penis sheath' Jan 31, 2013
  • 'The comfort of merely reading about the wild yonder' - Will Self http://t.co/NZ5NbCdY Jan 31, 2013
  • Echoes of Benjamin Britten's 'composing walks' - @chrisrwatson http://t.co/w5gYvzfN Jan 31, 2013
  • 'Machines programmed by Le Nôtre to hack weeds into Platonic forms...' Pruned tackles the subject of pruning: http://t.co/tY3760oS ' Jan 31, 2013
  • 'Through an English pastoral landscape to the Central Asian steppe': Tom Lowenstein's 'From Culbone Wood — In Xanadu' http://t.co/j27QmHc2 Jan 31, 2013
  • 'Where orchards grew Apple stands.' Rebecca Solnit in the #LRB: http://t.co/RugkoMLt Jan 30, 2013
  • London starts to look different when you are listening to J G Ballard's 'The Drowned World', via @ubuweb http://t.co/brNX0x9N Jan 30, 2013
  • A Hatton Garden app is being developed by @RachelLichtenst: http://t.co/gRjLg5bs. Wish this had existed when we bought our wedding rings! Jan 28, 2013
  • Just thinking I may have overstated the influence of Seamus Heaney's trousers in that post and failed to mention Glob's 'The Bog People'... Jan 27, 2013
  • 'Bedding the locale in the utterance' - a new post on Seamus Heaney http://t.co/4CJmrefn Jan 27, 2013
  • Life after Chernobyl: Sergei Gaschak’s photography from inside 'the zone' http://t.co/TiKQFaaQ Jan 27, 2013
  • I love that a Hackney ploughman's lunch includes pomegranate seeds... Better get back to my ploughing now. http://t.co/ZOZPzQNC Jan 26, 2013
  • Thanks to @Landscapism for 'shout out'! Also great stuff at @DianaJHale, @Lines_Landscape, @Fifepsy, @JoDacombe, @BobbySeal1, @liminalcity Jan 26, 2013
  • Cyprien Gaillard - the hippest artist ever to feature on my blog? http://t.co/jgRgm8ZG http://t.co/w7rVmA8T Jan 26, 2013
  • The Great Tide: Ken Worpole on the Essex flood, sixty years ago, and an epic account of the disaster: http://t.co/zChk2S5J Jan 25, 2013
  • New post on contemporary art and Dutch Italianate landscape painting (also mentioning defecation and Michael Portillo) http://t.co/IDUc7y7n Jan 25, 2013
  • Drive: Journeys Through Film, Cities and Landscapes http://t.co/8tBbJ094 - review mentions the bus I take, the 73! Jan 25, 2013
  • The Men Who Painted Paradise. A documentary on The Hudson River School on Radio 4: http://t.co/h5W8CODX Jan 24, 2013
  • Everyone I know is looking forward to this: ice age art at the @britishmuseum http://t.co/d1IzYjy3 Jan 24, 2013
  • Work is not looking so grim this morning after watching the unsentimental sheep herding film 'Sweetgrass' last night. http://t.co/BqYgtRsr Jan 24, 2013
  • Tales of Winter: http://t.co/yliwWnsQ - BBC programme on winter and western art with Grayson Perry, Will Self, Don McCullin. Jan 23, 2013
  • The Significant Landscapes / Writing Sound talks are here http://t.co/WQ3mtDmT - including @amycutler1985 (see pic) http://t.co/2FMNjWB3 Jan 22, 2013
  • 'Altogether elsewhere, vast / Herds of reindeer move across / Miles and miles of golden moss, / Silently and very fast.' (W. H. Auden) Jan 21, 2013
  • Planning to be at the Roxy with @PASSENGERFILMS and @Slipshodspeller on Wed for an evening devoted to herding: http://t.co/xKlu2aZt Jan 21, 2013
  • “A book must be the axe for the frozen sea within us.” ― Franz Kafka Jan 21, 2013
  • This snowy morning reminds me of Breugel. And 'Solaris': http://t.co/abDT19HI Jan 21, 2013
  • Early bank notes depicted views of the cities in which they were issued http://t.co/hwVPOi40 Jan 20, 2013
  • “A totally green approach to the city’s future would be to avoid any development...” - my Dad in The Argus: http://t.co/aNBCaID3 Jan 19, 2013
  • 'A country road. A tree. Evening.' Gerard Byrne's photographs inspired by Beckett's stage instruction: http://t.co/ROEPAYh7 via @Independent Jan 19, 2013
  • Sadly we won't be able to go to this year's Place event at Snape but it looks like it will be good: http://t.co/rYG8cW96 Jan 18, 2013
  • Short of time at the moment, but here is a quick post prompted by a passage in 'Bring up the Bodies' http://t.co/HZyTUL1T Jan 18, 2013
  • Alec Finlay's new blog http://t.co/MyAXipGb with a post on Wittgenstein, Celan, Robert Macfarlane, huts, language-scapes and plagiarism. Jan 17, 2013
  • 'Landscape, soundscape, wordscape, all entangled' Daniela Cascella @enabime on Patrick Farmer @patrick_farmer in the new @thewiremagazine Jan 17, 2013
  • With thanks to Ken Worpole, links to two publications on art and coastal change (see comments): http://t.co/5yl8DJez Jan 16, 2013
  • 'In this landscape of raised giant reservoirs and sodium-lit thoroughfares Ballard typed away his days...' ODNB entry: http://t.co/L3DaWtPZ Jan 16, 2013
  • A blood red storm at sea - another horror Poe could have thrown at Arthur Gordon Pym if he'd thought of it... http://t.co/qyJDP4Qk Jan 16, 2013
  • Tate Etc mag has Penelope Curtis, Fiona Crisp and Willie Doherty discussing @Tate's forthcoming 'Looking at the View' landscape art display. Jan 15, 2013
  • 'Don’t have an aversion to noticing the weather...' Max Sebald's Writing Tips http://t.co/b6v80oOp (RT @RichardNSkinner) Jan 15, 2013
  • Julian Opie's Winter Landscapes will be showing at the Alan Cristea Gallery (@AlanCristea), February 14 - March 16 Jan 14, 2013
  • Just been watching Straub-Huillets 'Une Visite au Louvre' http://t.co/0NVQv1B2 Jan 12, 2013
  • @PeterStickland2 Thanks - happy to receive a book... Maybe you could email me and I'll let you know my address? somelandscapes@gmail.com Jan 12, 2013
  • RT @Fifepsy: Iain Sinclair on the relationship between death and the British landscape. 'The Undiscovered Country' by Carl Watkins http: ... Jan 12, 2013
  • Nice to see @TamarYoseloff poems on display at the Poetry Library ('Formerly: An Exhibition of Disappearing London'). http://t.co/wMbNcqVp Jan 11, 2013
  • 'Further in summer than the birds' - Emily Dickinson manuscripts online https://t.co/RyylULb7 Jan 10, 2013
  • Ever since I wrote about Annie Proulx's 'The Shipping News' under the title 'Ice welding land to sea' I've been getting spam from welders. Jan 09, 2013
  • 'Painting Paradise' - I just watched a surprisingly good documentary on art and The Riviera with Richard E. Grant: http://t.co/53jdEcga Jan 08, 2013
  • I've been absorbed in the melancholy poetry of Gyula Krúdy’s 'The Adventures of Sindbad' (trans @george_szirtes). Wonderful cover as well. Jan 07, 2013
  • RT @Fifepsy: Paper alchemy: Landscapes, birds, trees, flowers... The First Cut exhibition by @DianaJHale http://t.co/uw70WiTeJan 07, 2013
  • Interesting lengthy Wikipedia article on the 'Vädersolstavlan' ('Sun Dog Painting'), an iconic view of Stockholm http://t.co/qUhvucGe Jan 06, 2013
  • I read Erich Kastner's beautiful Christmas story 'The Flying Classroom' to the kids. I'd forgotten the nice Prologue... http://t.co/26TYzCi9 Jan 05, 2013
  • 'Photographers are in a sense composers, and the negatives are their scores': on Ansel Adams @NMMGreenwich http://t.co/lSb7NR2J Jan 05, 2013
  • 'Rusting boats, collapsing piers and rollercoasters, and deserted buildings rising from the sea.' Rosa Barba at Margate http://t.co/3hydXLod Jan 05, 2013
  • @larkfall @Lines_Landscape @M_Z_Harrison @uair01 @Landscapism @brianwhalley @DianaJHale and others: thanks for recent praise, comments, RTs. Jan 04, 2013
  • This land is your land: why landscapes are the most emotional artworks by Jonathan Jones http://t.co/bDeNWEQT Jan 03, 2013
  • Ansel Adams at @NMMGreenwich - they have a very good children's Exhibition Trail. http://t.co/fKY7fWDD Jan 02, 2013
  • There's beautiful old cine footage of the island Tove Jansson lived on in the excellent documentary Moominland Tales: http://t.co/glmrozwp Jan 01, 2013
  • More art to see next year: Kelly Richardson's hyper-real landscapes coming to the Towner http://t.co/3y2yL4r9 Dec 31, 2012
  • Also coming next year, Thomas Joshua Cooper @haunchofvenison including his 'messages' to Basho and Issa http://t.co/tdPFPccH Dec 31, 2012
  • Xu Bing, whose 'Landscripts' I featured in a brief post (http://t.co/fv8XNijd) will show at @AshmoleanMuseum in 2013: http://t.co/UWHtUyNp Dec 31, 2012
  • 'Through American Eyes: Frederic Church and the Landscape Oil Sketch' exhibition coming to National Gallery in 2013. http://t.co/YbNmejxr Dec 31, 2012
  • Sebald's 'A Place in the Country'... The cover will be a landscape watercolor by Swiss writer Gottfried Keller. Can't wait. (RT @terrypitts) Dec 31, 2012
  • Not mere cowpat music... a great programme on Ralph Vaughn Williams with @StuartMaconie: http://t.co/gWub27MCDec 30, 2012
  • If you liked my post on 2012 landscape music (http://t.co/7LuqURNP) you'll be interested in The Field Reporter's lists: http://t.co/y6x2H35F Dec 30, 2012
  • @DianaJHale I'm afraid I didn't go to see the play myself so no blog post on the cards. Parental verdict was that it is very good. Dec 30, 2012
  • 'The Dark Earth and the Light Sky' by Nick Dear, a play about Edward Thomas. My father holds up the programme. http://t.co/Sok2cNqq Dec 30, 2012
  • New post on the Man of Sorrows in a contested landscape http://t.co/kzqWtBRL Dec 30, 2012
  • RT @Lines_Landscape: Shadows and Reflections – Rob St.John - Caught by the River http://t.co/agcD7SZY Dec 29, 2012
  • @AndrewJAshton1 Sorry I don't know if Paul Hempton is still working. I am now interested to know the answer... Dec 29, 2012
  • Ian Hamilton Finlay's A Book of Wild Flowers (at The Tate Britain exhibition) http://t.co/esif7GzN Dec 29, 2012
  • RT @LAReviewofBooks: "Recasting the concept of Nature is key to Latour’s thought." | On Bruno Latour's 'Inquiry into the Modes of Existe ... Dec 29, 2012
  • 'Corot comes from the land of dreams where trees, brooks, horizons are nothing but serene visions...' Théodore de Banville, 1861 Dec 28, 2012
  • 'I have only one goal in life, which I intend to follow steadily: painting landscapes.' - Corot, aged 30, in 1826 Dec 28, 2012
  • RT @Fifepsy: A year of top quality highlights from @LongbarrowPress / Poetry from the Edgelands/ visuals/ events/ film & much more: ... Dec 27, 2012
  • Hard to imagine how to do this really well: Constable, Gainsborough, Turner at the Royal Academy reviewed in Telegraph http://t.co/OLHRcMvI Dec 27, 2012
  • 'Our first Christmas Day in the wilderness was upon us...' http://t.co/typ0rRtv Dec 25, 2012
  • Metaphor piled upon metaphor to describe walking among some trees near a stream - 'The Solitudes' by Luis de Góngora http://t.co/keyyGnEG Dec 24, 2012
  • We went to see 'The Hobbit'... http://t.co/D7Mk4b9w Dec 24, 2012
  • Richard Skelton's Top 10 records of 2012 http://t.co/lk5wnlIt Dec 23, 2012
  • RT @PD_Smith: There's not enough of the white stuff around at the moment so here are some snow drawings http://t.co/EqF2yM85 via @lizfar ... Dec 22, 2012
  • Julian Barnes on Cézanne http://t.co/QcZXwO6h 'His landscapes rarely stir.' Eh? 'What they do, nonetheless, is express and inspire joy.' Ah. Dec 21, 2012
  • Blanchot: Language is a thing - 'a bit of bark, a sliver of rock, a fragment of clay in which the reality of the earth continues to exist.' Dec 21, 2012
  • A nice blog post on Arnold Böcklin's 'The Isle of the Dead' and its cultural afterlife: http://t.co/bcXOGuRs Dec 21, 2012
  • @LandObservation Great. Liked your '6 of the Best' by the way. I still love Marquee Moon (I remember NME voting it the 5th best album ever). Dec 20, 2012
  • Giuseppe Penone's twelve metre long bronze tree @_TheWhitechapel http://t.co/tAF9cjbu - events there will explore 'nature and the city'. Dec 17, 2012
  • clear sky / upper air ... Tacita Dean's huge chalk drawings of the Himalayas at Documenta earlier this year - http://t.co/Qlbb4G7H Dec 17, 2012
  • 'The boke of hawkyinge and huntynge and fysshynge' - one for @HelenJMacdonald and @tweetbyyeriver http://t.co/ueRXEa08 Dec 16, 2012
  • The 'Your Paintings' project is finished. Here are Claude, Nash and Lanyon: http://t.co/hmxVcJpA http://t.co/lWe62Pzq http://t.co/BUCcukRU Dec 14, 2012
  • One final thing - I was thinking the last album here http://t.co/7LuqURNP in particular would appeal to @bldgblog @pruned and @ballardian Dec 14, 2012
  • My survey of 2012 landscape music http://t.co/7LuqURNP includes @LandObservation @jezrileyfrench @chrisrwatson @darrenhayman @The_E_R_C etc. Dec 14, 2012
  • Quebec, Orkney, Pendle, the Peaks, the Fens, Novaya Zemlya... A survey of landscape music in 2012: http://t.co/7LuqURNP Dec 14, 2012
  • For non-subscribers: the LRB review says 'The Old Ways' is good when not cluttered 'with speculative detours' or too much 'book knowledge'. Dec 14, 2012
  • Robert Macfarlane's The Old Ways reviewed in the LRB (not by Kathleen Jamie this time...) http://t.co/cwgJAgx9 via @LRB Dec 14, 2012
  • Ends of the Earth: the most comprehensive exhibition of Land Art ever mounted http://t.co/oLMYtNwc Dec 14, 2012
  • The Quietus reviews 'Stone Tape Shuffle' by the 'Pied Piper of east London gentrification', Iain Sinclair: http://t.co/41Nd9Rjh Dec 13, 2012
  • RT @JANUSZCZAK 'Beautiful winter sky over London. Something of the Hodler landscape about it.' But grey in Hackney like Hodler's sea of fog. Dec 12, 2012
  • @CherylTipp - Brilliant thanks. I'll mention these and give you a credit and a plug for the excellent A World of Sound. Dec 11, 2012
  • Features in my forthcoming landscape music of 2012 blog post... ♫ http://t.co/iLbQybPq Dec 11, 2012
  • Amy Cutler on forest echoes and the sonification of woods http://t.co/HL3bdc4y Dec 10, 2012
  • @CherylTipp What would you say were the best/most interesting field recording releases of 2012? I'm doing this again: http://t.co/MGUlc2bA Dec 10, 2012
  • Interesting: 'Carcassonne, for example, charges players to collectively build a landscape...' http://t.co/XDjO5Sbp Christmas sorted? Dec 09, 2012
  • Erasmus and the Dutch landscape http://t.co/6XsKH2Fg by @uair01 (who always leaves interesting comments on my blog.) Dec 08, 2012
  • Reminds me of Roger Mexico in Gravity's Rainbow: London's WW2 bomb sites mapped http://t.co/Ved6Qzg9 (via @highamnews) Dec 07, 2012
  • 'A landscape full of sunshine...' - The Moomins and the Great Flood by Tove Jansson reviewed http://t.co/ERhz2byT Dec 07, 2012
  • Thx @pruned et al for RTs. Interested in any landscape music, not just ambient/field recordiings. Maybe One Direction have done something? Dec 07, 2012
  • @bex_harvey Simon Scott for the Fens, Richard Skelton for the Peaks? Yes to Simon Scott, No to Richard Skelton. All will be revealed soon! Dec 07, 2012
  • Quebec, Orkney, Pendle, the Peaks, the Fens, Novaya Zemlya. I'll do a 2012 landscape music post like http://t.co/R9dpxnDQ. Any suggestions? Dec 06, 2012
  • Rivers flowing in gentle murmurs and offering a sweet pledge of slumber to those who recline upon their banks: http://t.co/DpWdHrvf Dec 06, 2012
  • RT @royalacademy: Gainsborough's 'Romantic Landscape' being positioned for our forthcoming show - opens this Sat! http://t.co/7fjszzyP h ... Dec 06, 2012
  • 'Alsacien de naissance mais européen par son talent...' A new Loutherbourg exhibition in Strasbourg http://t.co/i689xA8U Dec 06, 2012
  • Niemeyer 'The curve I find in the mountains of my country, in the sinuousness of its rivers, in the waves of the ocean' http://t.co/1PgTvZpi Dec 06, 2012
  • A brief flurry of snow here this morning. Some landscapes in snow: http://t.co/xzPs9Taw Dec 05, 2012
  • Justin Barton and Mark Fisher have a follow up to 'londonunderlondon' coming out inspired by the Suffolk landscape: 'On Vanishing Land'. Dec 03, 2012
  • Turner Prize announced today on Channel 4. My post on Paul Noble's imaginary landscapes: http://t.co/cryz0Qv6 #PNoble Dec 03, 2012
  • .@Landscapism thanks to you and others for RTs. 'Verse of Birds' - recordings made in Ireland - also good (goes with 'The Flowering Rock') Dec 02, 2012
  • Walked through The Forked Forest Path (Olafur Eliasson) this morning - in the new Bon Hiver display at @Townergallery Dec 02, 2012
  • On the latest texts and music from Richard Skelton and Autumn Richardson http://t.co/B69AtgLx Dec 01, 2012
  • Having entrained to Brighton, as Will Self would say, I have finally got us out of the Lego shop and onto the beach. http://t.co/qViDt3u4 Dec 01, 2012
  • Brian Sewell says Rex Whistler was 'perhaps the inventor of Neo-Romanticism' (but gets John Piper's name wrong) http://t.co/vJUxUsWK Nov 29, 2012
  • Christo plans sculpture of oil drums to tower above sands of Abu Dhabi http://t.co/czd7DeOr ..."We only do works of joy and beauty." Nov 27, 2012
  • Ancient tunnels under the baths of Caracalla in Rome will shortly reopen to the public: http://t.co/ypFr6lro Nov 26, 2012
  • Closer to Van Eyck: landscape in the Ghent Altarpiece http://t.co/WC4cUdeP Nov 25, 2012
  • A miserable rainy afternoon, uplifted by reading Antoine De Saint-Exupery's 'Letter to a Hostage'. Nov 24, 2012
  • One day we will all live in the giant likeness of Antony Gormley. 380 people can fit in his new sculpture: http://t.co/qO2KRtzd Nov 23, 2012
  • On the uncanny landscape drawings of Paul Noble, Turner Prize nominee http://t.co/cryz0Qv6 #PNoble Nov 22, 2012
  • "This hill and surrounding countryside has long been my 'canvas'...": The 'breast of Bath' http://t.co/5c5bfNqz via @guardian Nov 21, 2012
  • My young sons are obsessed these days with a game called Minecraft, although on the plus side it seems to involve landscape architecture. Nov 21, 2012
  • At Tate Britain looking at Ian Hamilton Finlay works in the Duveen Galleries http://t.co/9TLKfKSq Nov 21, 2012
  • 'The obdurate old man at the easel confronting on canvas an entirely new level of reality.' Hilary Spurling on Cézanne http://t.co/bGD2uPNT Nov 21, 2012
  • Derek Jarman - A Journey to Avebury: http://t.co/TWg5miCl Nov 20, 2012
  • Storm-Tossed Memories: poignant weathered photographs found on Staten Island http://t.co/6M1ONyg3 Nov 19, 2012
  • Christchurch Meadow in the morning mist http://t.co/1jQOqdCs Nov 18, 2012
  • One more week to see the BM's #ShakespeareExhibition, including the Sheldon Tapestry Map of Warwickshire & Fialetti's aerial view of Venice. Nov 17, 2012
  • In advance of the new Tate display - Ian Hamilton Finlay: the concrete poet as avant gardener http://t.co/j9EKEiTJ Nov 16, 2012
  • Arcady on arborglyphs (writing on trees) http://t.co/xA3v7dwH (includes a little comment by me.) Nov 16, 2012
  • New short post on Annie Proulx's influences http://t.co/20yTUNyb Nov 16, 2012
  • Looking at miniature mountains in the British Museum. http://t.co/vUScmmUP Nov 16, 2012
  • RT @Lines_Landscape: RT @clarerishbeth: Wonderful blend of lake district vintage OS maps. Love 1895 & 1936. http://t.co/OwNPrLcW via ... Nov 16, 2012
  • RT @ballardian: "Please put down your weapon. You have 20 seconds to comply..." Incredible drone's-eye view of London http://t.co/Lvpkwy ... Nov 16, 2012
  • The final post for @Goblinmerchant's brilliant Place Hacking blog: http://t.co/WRMplPeB. Nov 15, 2012
  • Sara Maitland's top 10 books of the forest http://t.co/VHMi7fd5 Nov 14, 2012
  • Looking forward to seeing the talk by Judy Chicago @_TheWhitechapel tomorrow, even though I'm probably more of a Janet Cardiff man myself. Nov 13, 2012
  • This is great: Alec Finlay overcoming the flu to talk movingly about Stonypath http://t.co/x4kGnBNx Nov 12, 2012
  • Land Observations video for 'Via Flaminia': http://t.co/p3VpG4iH. See also what I wrote about it here: http://t.co/HZyBDebA Nov 12, 2012
  • Heiner Goebbels' 'Stifter's Dinge' is back http://t.co/uLWHqRAD . Inspired by the great Adalbert Stifter... http://t.co/5dNHoBjC Nov 12, 2012
  • Robert Macfarlane - 'Walking is a cutting-edge technology' http://t.co/HBSa55to. He is up for the #SJPrize tonight. Nov 12, 2012
  • Hopkins, Deakin, Constable: Ash trees and the imagination - at 1h 52m: http://t.co/dLkdmteD Nov 12, 2012
  • RT @Fifepsy: A list of 10 experimental travel books recommended by @deviations : http://t.co/TN0wRVSs incl @Mythogeography via @deviations Nov 11, 2012
  • I placed a jar in Tennessee... The metal cube: 'dropped in the Duck river in Tennessee, it recorded 32 fish species.' http://t.co/7qNV79jF Nov 11, 2012
  • Frontispiece to my mother's School Recorder Book http://t.co/3aK9w5Nc Nov 11, 2012
  • Just watched the film 'Borderline'. A striking overwrought performance by H.D. - not sure I'll read her poems in quite the same way now. Nov 10, 2012
  • 'I watched a hawk / glide low across the hill...' The Overhaul' by Kathleen Jamie reviewed http://t.co/BhIZxlNf Nov 10, 2012
  • Interesting composition in this C18 View of Chichester Cathedral http://t.co/cOPDupgQ Nov 09, 2012
  • I was thinking about deserts this morning. 'Desertshore' was a favourite album growing up, and still is. ♫ http://t.co/GKAwVTyW Nov 09, 2012
  • New post on Flaubert and du Camp in Egypt, with a footnote on panoramas: http://t.co/QSs7P4Te . Nov 09, 2012
  • Brian Sewell reviews 'Ansel Adams: Photography from the Mountains to the Sea' http://t.co/TAyl20EJ Nov 08, 2012
  • Brief post on Calixto Bieito's 'Forests' http://t.co/ktnb8txt Nov 07, 2012
  • Extraordinary aerial landscapes in Iceland http://t.co/xiSODzcA (by "Russian snapper Andrey Ermolaev" - Daily Mail I'm afraid). Nov 06, 2012
  • Spent a great morning with my sons and other children constructing a city of cardboard in the @NationalGallery Canaletto room. Nov 04, 2012
  • Alder Brook: an exhibition by Susan Derges and a book made with Thomas A Clark. http://t.co/PPz5Hf6L Nov 04, 2012
  • 'Significant Landscapes' in Oxford this week: features Michael Pisaro, Salomé Voegelin and my friend Amy... http://t.co/oiMNn3ZG Nov 04, 2012
  • 'Feuillages jaunissants sur les gazons épars...' Lamartine's 'Automne' accompanied by crystal sound sculptures: http://t.co/3wCtBKFJ Nov 03, 2012
  • Starting next week at the NMM: Ansel Adams: Photography from the Mountains to the Sea http://t.co/9mYf1dpE Nov 03, 2012
  • 2 copies of @SightSoundmag arrive for some reason. The interview with Michael Haneke covers his use of landscape paintings in 'Amour'. Nov 03, 2012
  • RT @JANUSZCZAK: Now this is hilarious! Ai Wei Wei ... dancing Gangam Style! http://t.co/wL9c2osK! Nov 02, 2012
  • New post - some comparisons between Chinese landscape painting and Western art: http://t.co/ohivirx0 Nov 02, 2012
  • Popped in on the launch of Ralph Steadman's 'Extinct Boids' last night. An odd book. Here's a review: http://t.co/omcm3yo1 Nov 02, 2012
  • 'Buildings on stilts, massive seawalls, rotatable buildings that look like snowflakes...' Lebbeus Woods remembered http://t.co/lgp9pMoa Oct 31, 2012
  • Just re-reading @bldgblog's great interview with Lebbeus Woods who sadly died today. http://t.co/o1VlrEVM Oct 30, 2012
  • 'The rooted solitude of a man who has subordinated his love for people to the more arcane pursuit of sea trout...' http://t.co/tT9yyuBg Oct 27, 2012
  • Chris Drury in the NY Times: 'Art That Irked Energy Executives Is Gone, but Wyoming Dispute Whirls On' http://t.co/16G0To6S Oct 27, 2012
  • 'The desert is no longer a landscape, it is the pure form that results from the abstraction of all the others.' - Jean Baudrillard on L.A. Oct 26, 2012
  • 'In this peculiar place of stilled time, the spirits seemed to drift up in the fog rising from the fields.’ New post: http://t.co/T9efEAEQ Oct 26, 2012
  • In the frozen expanses of Solovki in Russia Sammallahti made some of his most extraordinary images... http://t.co/SsPXmKiF Oct 25, 2012
  • Field recordings and Estonian landscapes: John Grzinich 'Two Films' DVD preview http://t.co/HVYlfSsa Oct 24, 2012
  • It's great, of course, but 'The Rings of Saturn' is just everywhere these days, even a list of top 10 books about maps: http://t.co/f57doucP Oct 24, 2012
  • New post inspired by the dew-drenched front gardens of Islington http://t.co/ohivirx0 Oct 23, 2012
  • “Mountains and the men who grow out of them are the first order of reality.” Geographic History Enjoys a Renaissance: http://t.co/vaZ4kMQy Oct 22, 2012
  • I would be at @PASSENGERFILMS 'Frozen River' event now http://t.co/iKWU19fw if I wasn't at the LRB Bookshop for Jarvis Cocker. Oct 22, 2012
  • By the way, if you liked my latest post on field recording (http://t.co/mNNNFlst) you'll love @CherylTipp's site: http://t.co/8Ehnx0E7 Oct 21, 2012
  • Even more lonely than last year -- the autumn dusk - Buson Oct 21, 2012
  • RT @tom_mckinney: Everyone, please please please watch this tonight on BBC2 10pm - obnoxious rotten bullying fucking scumbag Donald Trum ... Oct 21, 2012
  • 'And I rose / In rainy autumn / And walked abroad in a shower of all my days.' - Dylan Thomas, 'Poem in October' Oct 21, 2012
  • Inspired by the On The Road scroll at the British Library I've decided to write everything at work next week in spontaneous bop prosody Oct 20, 2012
  • "The mind turns upon silence." New post on Pat Collins' film 'Silence' @ICALondon last night http://t.co/mNNNFlst Oct 19, 2012
  • Patrick Leigh Fermor's style: a single sentence that burns itself magnificently down in honour of the day's own inferno http://t.co/kWzmCEW2 Oct 16, 2012
  • @ERMFerrari The Don Paterson interview was with Philip Dodd (http://t.co/ZpCWnZHh) - very good. No landscapes: "I'm not a poet of place". Oct 16, 2012
  • Embarrassing at work today when Don Paterson suddenly started talking from my jacket pocket. A text somehow triggered a Radio 3 podcast. Oct 15, 2012
  • RT @JulianHoffman: Robert Macfarlane on Ice, an excerpt from The Old Ways, together with some stunning images of the Chinese mountains. ... Oct 15, 2012
  • New monograph looks interesting: 'Charles Ross: The Substance of Light' http://t.co/gPxHwcL7 via @radiusbooks Oct 14, 2012
  • He's just come to be part of the desert; you might say he's stone an' fire an' silence an' cactus an' force - Zane Grey http://t.co/CLBy8KVE Oct 14, 2012
  • More landscape transformation: New Zealand > Middle Earth http://t.co/gxpqYU65. Glad I've read The Hobbit to my sons, before all the hype. Oct 14, 2012
  • Talk on QI yesterday of the Mt Edgecumbe volcano hoax reminded me a bit of the story I blogged about this week. http://t.co/TqgyIAED Oct 14, 2012
  • Reading the @ballardian J G Ballard interviews in a bookshop http://t.co/CEAjCHZS Oct 12, 2012
  • New post on Strindberg and an island transformed http://t.co/8M35oBcB (@bldgblog might like this, remembering http://t.co/V2aMKQwM). Oct 12, 2012
  • As a former Balham resident I enjoyed listening to this again from @fugueur: 'Balham - Gateway to the South' http://t.co/UvW9hO5M Oct 12, 2012
  • 'Place is about biography. It is more amorphous and less comprehensible than we suppose.' Tacita Dean on Paul Nash: http://t.co/2oH6hUum Oct 11, 2012
  • A year since Tomas Tranströmer won the Nobel Prize for Literature http://t.co/4E1DFgMD Oct 10, 2012
  • 'Arctic Dreams', 'A Land', 'Walden', 'The Lorax'... Caspar Henderson's top 10 natural histories http://t.co/RPAPVdOu Oct 10, 2012
  • RT @GreenEastleigh: @Some_landscapes Capability Brown designed it, residents & wildlife love it, Eastleigh will destroy it -please R ... Oct 10, 2012
  • The first UK exhibition devoted to Norwegian landscape painter Thomas Fearnley http://t.co/kPRgKILk Oct 08, 2012
  • Disappointed to be locked out of Tate Modern for a while this afternoon. Horrified now to see why... http://t.co/OGGfDU58 Oct 07, 2012
  • This Exquisite Forest collaborative art project @Tate http://t.co/1yrUoXAC Oct 07, 2012
  • ''Lost Rivers' leads us down the drain into vast underground museums of urban development...' http://t.co/5Pmnho1r @lostriversdoc Oct 06, 2012
  • Robert Macfarlane's 'The Old Ways' is a contender for the Samuel Johnson Prize http://t.co/uI4RVwNI Oct 06, 2012
  • 'A Clouded Vision': how Emil Nolde found inspiration in the flatlands of northern Germany http://t.co/JmCL3CjG Oct 05, 2012
  • New post on Ian Hamilton Finlay http://t.co/BvOcOVwK Oct 05, 2012
  • The Arcadia Project: North American Postmodern Pastoral http://t.co/fldUwCRR [thanks to Gareth for alerting me to this]. Oct 03, 2012
  • Good long article on August Strindberg in The New Criterion http://t.co/5MZuHrbR. See also http://t.co/WFGNBtrH. Oct 02, 2012
  • Linda France has launched a new blog about poetry and plants: http://t.co/KD3IijZ2 Oct 01, 2012
  • Ruins as an index of geological change: salt water and lithodome corrosion on marble pillars from bradyseismic activity http://t.co/Cgn26mwE Oct 01, 2012
  • Enjoying this psychogeographic tour through the Lancashire of the Pendle witch trials. ♫ http://t.co/Ws5XBvBK Sep 29, 2012
  • @NatGalleriesSco Thanks - hope you liked it. It is about Lusieri - for #SymbolistLandscape see http://t.co/CjTdqwmh Sep 29, 2012
  • I'm playing an Oramics Machine emulator http://t.co/qXs5yAV5 Sep 29, 2012
  • Why 'Expanding Horizons' at @NatGalleriesSco is the most exciting exhibition of the year: http://t.co/Cgn26mwE Sep 29, 2012
  • Michelangelo Antonioni would have been 100 today. A few thoughts from five years ago: http://t.co/ePWDXdqF Sep 29, 2012
  • 'Sea change: a tidal journey around Britain' by photographer Michael Marten http://t.co/ihi5IrDV Sep 27, 2012
  • Walter Kershaw, 'Britain's first graffiti artist': http://t.co/O6Ckalch Sep 27, 2012
  • RT @llefeuvre: Tuesday @BFI film programme 'Landscape into Sculpture: 6 Film Interruptions', with the wonderful Jarman Art of Mirrors Sep 23, 2012
  • Bookshelf-like field system, Po Valley 1945 http://t.co/I9saqg2O Sep 22, 2012
  • New post on Vladimir Nabokov and 'the strangest prose-poet Russia ever produced': http://t.co/nRtWUlnC Sep 21, 2012
  • 'The perfect weather in Poussin's 'Spring' is far more alarming than the storm in his 'Winter'.' - Ian Hamilton Finlay http://t.co/H6rykTEp Sep 17, 2012
  • This piece on Diller + Scofidio + Renfro leaves you optimistic about the possibilities for urban space http://t.co/C4E3Sh2w Sep 16, 2012
  • Listening to 'Landscape Architecture' by Wires Under Tension off the new Wire Tapper CD. It's inspired by Bladerunner http://t.co/Eh4pb5kp Sep 15, 2012
  • RT @Fifepsy: Iain Sinclair's 6 favorite books about dark journeys: http://t.co/6cfUsrPS Sep 15, 2012
  • New post on a woman who falls in love with a landscape http://t.co/7kpLmlLX. Includes a recommendation for the psychogeographers. Sep 15, 2012
  • Short post after seeing @LandObservation play 'Roman Roads' last night: http://t.co/QTZtw3Si Sep 14, 2012
  • It was great to see James doing this at Cafe Oto last night ♫ http://t.co/hqwYpzFY Sep 14, 2012
  • RT @soundscrapers: Epic post not to miss on @bldgblog | Caves of Nottingham | http://t.co/nKrOavkd Sep 13, 2012
  • Looking forward to the talk by Raja Shehadeh, author of 'Palestinian Walks' (http://t.co/z2AorRE9), @lrbshop this evening Sep 11, 2012
  • Best land art insult in The Thick of It: "Always on the horizon like a fucking Antony Gormley statue." "Arms outstretched covered in rust." Sep 10, 2012
  • 'I would like to compose a symphony of the murmur of the waves.' New post on the painter/composer M K Čiurlionis http://t.co/RifPqNog Sep 10, 2012
  • The theatre of trees: 'Forests' and 'Branches: The Nature of Crisis' reviewed http://t.co/7hFmRGdW Sep 09, 2012
  • That Oceanic Feeling: Rona Lee exhibition http://t.co/jziLaaBk and symposium http://t.co/fP97N3oy Sep 09, 2012
  • 'Light lay over the northland like a shawl' - new post on poetry and the Shetland Islands http://t.co/BNPAVRp8 Sep 07, 2012
  • Just read phrase "beneath the sky's blue steel" in a very poetic piece of writing. Unfortunately it just reminded me of Zoolander. Sep 07, 2012
  • A Late Junction favourite, recently played on The Freakier Zone. ♫ http://t.co/LFrxJtX8 Sep 07, 2012
  • Peter Doig is back. He has a small Mayfair show in advance of a big exhibition in Edinburgh next year. http://t.co/KAqwzVoL Sep 05, 2012
  • RT @theQuietus: James Brooks discusses landscape, place, and his Land Observations project (new LP on @MuteUK) with Luke Turner http://t ... Sep 05, 2012
  • 'Her spiralling breasts, her splayed arms, her mountainous hips...' Jonathan Jones likes 'Northumberlandia': http://t.co/FeoF7nLP Sep 03, 2012
  • Giuseppe Penone 'stops the rush hour for a moment and reveals the enormous power of the life around us': http://t.co/8R1up07m Sep 03, 2012
  • I'm now listening to the stream of Land Observations' 'Roman Roads IV-XI' on the Quietus website: http://t.co/BFGJwpe1 Sep 02, 2012
  • In 'Private Passions' Tacita Dean says she's preparing to film in America a new work "related to J. G. Ballard". http://t.co/GQkoka0X Sep 02, 2012
  • Trying to forget the fact that I must return to work tomorrow by listening to 'Private Passions' with Tacita Dean http://t.co/GQkoka0X Sep 02, 2012
  • 'Northumberlandia', the £3m 1,300ft woman (http://t.co/tnxKWg5K) is open to the public next month: http://t.co/jJpvov50 via @Independent Sep 01, 2012
  • OK I'm now back in The Great Wen so you can expect new blog posts soon. Completely blown away today by these Lusieris: http://t.co/ZLqAeAQf Sep 01, 2012
  • 'Do you know, gentlemen, what a city is like? A city is horizontal tension and vertical tension. Nothing else.' - Theo van Doesburg Sep 01, 2012
  • @Fifepsy just a flying visit to Fife. That carving is in St Andrews cathedral. Now in Edinburgh for Symbolist Art exhibition. Sep 01, 2012
  • Interesting point by James Meek: in Anna Karenina urban landscapes are 'practically invisible': http://t.co/kC7MC8kI Sep 01, 2012
  • I am in Fife doing a spot of psychogeography! http://t.co/CUBhP6OE Aug 31, 2012
  • Thomas Ball's photograph of oil sands in Alberta http://t.co/QFw0Nnzo - taken 'teetering on top of a picnic bench to get extra height' Aug 30, 2012
  • @JAFMacDonald yes we saw Paul Nash's 'Wood on the Downs' and other great paintings - give me Gwen John over Annie Lennox any day. Aug 29, 2012
  • At Aberdeen Art Gallery. Enjoying watercolours despite the Annie Lennox music they're playing here. http://t.co/iSg2v2KH Aug 29, 2012
  • We arrive in Aberdeen - granite, slate, rain, fifty shades of grey. Tomorrow there's a big event here on walking: http://t.co/JFD8ML3D Aug 28, 2012
  • RT @christianbok: They translate the soundscapes of music into ebonite objects (just click on an image…)—(beautiful…): http://t.co/pLuYPu1U Aug 26, 2012
  • I've reached the end of the road to the deep north: the island of Unst http://t.co/uVMTEV5q Aug 26, 2012
  • @JoDacombe yes the Guardian piece on Robert Wilson just has a few asides about the work eg 'a conical shape with an amplified groan' Aug 25, 2012
  • Robert Wilson in Norfolk creates an 'immersive experience undisturbed by the built environment' http://t.co/jYpwd2EK Aug 24, 2012
  • 'The PEBBLE is foolishly admired as being hand-made by the Ocean' - Ian Hamilton Finlay http://t.co/jMCc5Kp7 Aug 23, 2012
  • The Pendle witch trials are the backdrop to Geraldine Monk's radical landscape poem 'Interregnum' http://t.co/mm6NIMgF Sent from my iPhone Aug 22, 2012
  • The Holm of Melby. On a Robert Alan Jamieson literary pilgrimage. http://t.co/QADVggAl Aug 22, 2012
  • The oldest tunes composed here in Shetland were called "springs". Aug 21, 2012
  • 'I am no further from the 'centre of things' / In the Shetlands here than in London...' - Hugh MacDiarmid, 'In the Shetland Islands' Aug 21, 2012
  • Went to this nice Jini Rawlings exhibition http://t.co/j1Z1LWFz Aug 18, 2012
  • Land Observations' forthcoming 'Roman Roads IV-XI' likened in @thewiremagazine to Richard Long and Robert Macfarlane. http://t.co/n0O3QnIa Aug 17, 2012
  • 'For a better understanding of the Olympic moment, it was necessary to [see] the missile cluster on Shooters Hill ' http://t.co/Kq6Yf91j Aug 17, 2012
  • Finding old topographical books in aMAZEme http://t.co/t645zCld Aug 16, 2012
  • Cannabis farm discovered in Mussolini-era tunnel beneath Rome – like a work of subterranean land art http://t.co/kNckgPPh Aug 15, 2012
  • Places: Design Observer are doing an interesting five part series on landscape photography: http://t.co/h8FlfK10 Aug 14, 2012
  • Thanks for RTs, psychogeographers and physical geographers. @liminalcity 's latest post is on an exhibition we missed in Brighton recently. Aug 14, 2012
  • My new post on immersion in landscape and the limits of language will be my last for a while. We're off to Shetland next week. Aug 14, 2012
  • 'Don’t try to define nature. It is not definable or controllable. One of life’s great ecstasies is to step into it.' http://t.co/aFufr7V2 Aug 13, 2012
  • 'Wilderness Explored: Australia's Red Heart' http://t.co/KDsRHJFI - good on the influence of Albert Namatjira's landscape paintings. Aug 13, 2012
  • A birds-eye view of Shakespeare's landscape: the newly cleaned Sheldon tapestry http://t.co/YijIcQvk Aug 12, 2012
  • The only known landscape by Jacques-Louis David - a view from his prison cell: http://t.co/6gYhYhOf via @Independent Aug 12, 2012
  • Wivenhoe - the estuary walk always stunning http://t.co/VINrzyXC Aug 11, 2012
  • Deserved high praise for Kathleen Jamie's 'Sightlines' http://t.co/WMdZa2pL Aug 11, 2012
  • Beau travail... Digging trenches for my sons in the searing heat for a sandcastle competition felt like a scene from the Claire Denis film. Aug 11, 2012
  • 'Always the green chaos rather than the printed map.' - John Fowles Aug 09, 2012
  • On the beach reading @owenhatherley. Just built a brutalist housing estate in sand only to have my youngest son stamp on it. Aug 08, 2012
  • 'A beautiful but horribly scarred Martian landscape, perhaps 100 or 200 years in the future' http://t.co/0FrgOLGO Aug 08, 2012
  • I just used Taryn Simon's new image atlas site to look at 'landscape': http://t.co/wzSGObeJ Aug 06, 2012
  • New post on art, wild swimming and Sadeian practices: http://t.co/icPMJr5T Aug 05, 2012
  • Léon Spilliaert: 'His scenes are silent, monochromatic, empty of all human presence except his own wretched solitude' http://t.co/ToEXnkBY Aug 05, 2012
  • Echo Beach, far away in time. I never realised before that the cover to the single depicted Chesil Beach: http://t.co/0dSSI422 Aug 05, 2012
  • New Ian Hamilton Finlay exhibition at Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh (RT @llefeuvre) http://t.co/9IgpH5lL Aug 04, 2012
  • New post in which Jeremy Deller's bouncy Stonehenge leads me to propose an inflatable Spiral Jetty: http://t.co/2sKvQb5b Aug 02, 2012
  • Two new @bldgblog posts reference one of my favourite books, 'Poets in a Landscape' (http://t.co/NEZ2tbNt). http://t.co/PoAgUH1c Aug 01, 2012
  • “Novaya Zemlya 3” by Thomas Köner is my new jam. ♫ http://t.co/IoJbu15i Aug 01, 2012
  • At Blissblog @SimonRetromania talks about 'Fog Tropes' (http://t.co/fQZFkS9S) and the ghosts of Bush House: http://t.co/4JsB8H4r Aug 01, 2012
  • The surface of Ai Weiwei's Serpentine Gallery sunken pavilion http://t.co/r8cJreNO Jul 31, 2012
  • 'Earth has not anything to shew more fair': new post on the view from Westminster Bridge: http://t.co/cNr6Bn46 Jul 31, 2012
  • One of my heroes... Le réalisateur Chris Marker est mort http://t.co/pOzwNqpb Jul 30, 2012
  • RT @Fifepsy: Richard Long on creating his new 'road graffiti' art work 'Box Hill Road River' http://t.co/04i6R1Ms Jul 29, 2012
  • 'A plea to grow brambles and ivy over the outside of the stadium and create the hanging gardens of Stratford...' http://t.co/fJ9PURTi Jul 29, 2012
  • The morning after... Walking on Seaford Head. http://t.co/V4LXrHWo Jul 28, 2012
  • “Landscape with birds” by Pēteris Vasks is my new jam. ♫ http://t.co/vQPQFIZG Jul 25, 2012
  • I was texted photos today of the family off walking in the sun. Well, they are gone, and here must I remain, this lime-tree bower my prison. Jul 25, 2012
  • Foghorn soundscapes: a new post on Ingram Marshall's 'Fog Tropes' http://t.co/3j36NwR5 Jul 22, 2012
  • Short post on Olympics security and the cityscape at night as seen by the avian police http://t.co/CgfBPLm3 Jul 21, 2012
  • An announcer told us about each corporate sponsor but nothing about the guy with the Olympic torch http://t.co/4t5ARyda Jul 21, 2012
  • Enjoyed 'Patience (After Sebald)' again with @PASSENGERFILMS last night. Sir Andrew Motion watched himself in it, after reading some poems. Jul 20, 2012
  • Writers, Sounds, Places http://t.co/p1w7uLfc - @CherylTipp with a fuller write-up of the event I described last week http://t.co/qq7UZEmz Jul 20, 2012
  • 'The sky, tired of light, / has given everything to the snow.' New post on Robert Walser's poetry http://t.co/nBFc4AMm Jul 19, 2012
  • If I survive a leadership awayday today I will be heading after work to the @PASSENGERFILMS Sebald / IHF / writing landscape event. Jul 19, 2012
  • 'Passages from Coleridge are undercut by a shout of "Wanker!" from a passing white van.' Swandown: http://t.co/7fLCmiqP Jul 18, 2012
  • Queen Victoria's private beach is opening to the public http://t.co/3DfIg0Yt. @highamnews went there and took his umbrella... Jul 18, 2012
  • Eddie Procter @Landscapism lists his favourite landscape books: http://t.co/bqucl5gc Jul 18, 2012
  • .@HelenJMacdonald Thanks: this indeed sounds intriguing 'The Ditch' by Paul Evans: http://t.co/pm1149BW Jul 14, 2012
  • Have many stories been written featuring field recording or environmental sound artists? 'Wildtrack' by Rose Tremain (1986) is one... Jul 14, 2012
  • I've created a new Some Landscapes Twitter archive which I'll update now and again: http://t.co/g91MRqoG Jul 14, 2012
  • “Waiting for the Streetcar” by Can is my new jam. ♫ http://t.co/tsvBIjxt Jul 14, 2012
  • Alice Oswald on the Devonshire landscape: http://t.co/Nwsu2mcD. Expands on what was said on Tuesday: http://t.co/qq7UZEmz Jul 13, 2012
  • Today I only just realised in time I'd written Nan Goldin when I meant Nan Shepherd. She'd have done a very different mountain book... Jul 13, 2012
  • New post mainly on Alice Oswald and Robert Macfarlane (sorry, but he is ubiquitous at the moment): http://t.co/IeJlgMFy Jul 13, 2012
  • 'The tensile strength of The Drowned World derives not from its action but from its poetry.' Martin Amis on J G Ballard http://t.co/6BRSL81n Jul 13, 2012
  • Peter Cusack listens to @thewiremagazine Invisible Jukebox this month. He talks about field recording and Sounds from Dangerous Places. Jul 11, 2012
  • 'Emerge from any side when you hear clarinet and small bells. Then observe the water-covered surface' Judith Weir walk: http://t.co/CMSN8XeB Jul 11, 2012
  • Back from 'On Location: Writers, Sounds and Places'. Thought there'd be more on sound/field recording, but enjoyed it. http://t.co/OQYyxqGw Jul 10, 2012
  • Just realised the Appennino post by @pruned I re-tweeted has a link to an old post of mine, but see also this one: http://t.co/p5OJRe0u. Jul 10, 2012
  • Tomás Libertíny's bee art sculpture coming to the Natural History Museum http://t.co/dLjcI2tB Jul 10, 2012
  • RT @pruned: New post: Appennino the Mountain, Abyss, Hell-Mouth Crusher, and Summer Pavilion: http://t.co/brzkpozm Jul 10, 2012
  • 'A dreamscape co-designed by M R James, J G Ballard and Andrei Tarkovsky...' Robert Macfarlane's Untrue Island http://t.co/YBTiL1qp Jul 09, 2012
  • So sad to hear that Rounder Records is closing. I grew up in Brighton and learned a lot about music in there as a teenager. Jul 09, 2012
  • 'The rhyme of pines and bamboo in the wind / the rhythm of the tide in the moonlight...' Han-shan tr. Red Pine Jul 08, 2012
  • @Lines_Landscape Thanks for the link to http://t.co/73MlOQSz. Bradley Wiggins as a modern Petrarch... Jul 08, 2012
  • Rachel Whiteread's new project is fossilising forgotten buildings: 'people can go on journeys to find them.' http://t.co/1otMOW5P Jul 08, 2012
  • According to the new 'Sight & Sound' there's an interview with Sinclair & Kotting about 'Swandown' on the BFI website. Can't see it yet. Jul 07, 2012
  • “It’s the first truly extraordinary work I know of on global culture.” Article on 'The Forgotten Space': http://t.co/dcUOmr9g Jul 07, 2012
  • Suffolk: 'Out of the nebulous horizontal landscape emerge eerie decaying military buildings...' (RT @briangdillon) http://t.co/bfr0XrlY Jul 07, 2012
  • “Ceremony: One” by The Tea Rockers Quintet is my new jam. ♫ http://t.co/Y9aPlVKg Jul 07, 2012
  • RT @RomneyHoy: Rescued by @EnglishHeritage Magnificent monumental Sound Mirrors open to public this Sunday... http://t.co/aOD3Macm http: ... Jul 07, 2012
  • 'Wastescape' by Gayle Chong Kwan at the Southbank Centre http://t.co/kyYMXJIW Jul 07, 2012
  • @HelenJMacdonald I just read this: 'You asked who Helen is. I don't know. I seek her in the sky and on the sea every day...' - T H White. Jul 07, 2012
  • Great evening last night talking about new early hominid theories and listening to Can's brilliant Lost Tapes Box Set from start to finish. Jul 07, 2012
  • Love the fact that Peter Higgs thought up his particle in 1964 'while walking in the Cairngorms': http://t.co/9AFORn9C Jul 06, 2012
  • New post on the search for Cold Mountain, with a digression on artistic pilgrimage: http://t.co/ohivirx0 Jul 06, 2012
  • Was thinking of going to launch of In The Company of Ghosts; the Poetics of the Motorway at the South Bank, but told it's standing room only Jul 04, 2012
  • Tim Dee reviews Scarp by Nick Papadimitriou and Walking Home by Simon Armitage http://t.co/HCywyrwb via @guardian Jul 01, 2012
  • '... Nothing to do I write poems on rocks / and trust the current like an unmoored boat.' - Cold Mountain Jul 01, 2012
  • 'The Old Ways' now among my walking and nature books, but its bright lime green spine is like a neon light in a wood. Nice endpapers though. Jul 01, 2012
  • @romankrznaric thanks yes nice of him to mention Some Landscapes. He dedicated my copy To Plinius... Jun 30, 2012
  • 'The Library is a pine grove...' New post on the Library of the Forest (and Rob Macfarlane's 'The Old Ways'): http://t.co/uUEzhROy Jun 30, 2012
  • Back at the Patrick Keiller exhibition... http://t.co/Slj34H7X Jun 29, 2012
  • I see that for the Britten centenary next year they will be staging a performance of Peter Grimes out on Aldeburgh beach. Jun 26, 2012
  • The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion are back, so I'm hoping that old T-shirt I'm wearing in my profile photo will be hip... http://t.co/WoIAQ4kB Jun 26, 2012
  • 'Man and Town' - an interesting very early Lucian Freud drawing: http://t.co/iPa83weC Jun 24, 2012
  • Ah... Liz Fraser. Apparently she's been painting recently, 'using pigments made only of wild flowers.' http://t.co/0UHz0YCK Jun 24, 2012
  • 'The sound and sight of rain landing on the map could easily be mistaken for falling teardrops' - Simon Armitage: http://t.co/cgKa1H7X Jun 24, 2012
  • RT @Fifepsy: The Limits of Feeling - substantial piece on W.G. Sebald's Across the Land and the Water: Selected Poems http://t.co/wJuESM ... Jun 23, 2012
  • @ballardian Congratulations. 'For the real novelist the pram in the hall is the greatest ally' - J.G. Ballard. Jun 23, 2012
  • 'I wanted to create a sense of a different landscape, a much slower timescale...' Heiner Goebbels' version of 'Walden': http://t.co/L8zkkTVY Jun 23, 2012
  • “Our Lips Are Sealed” by Füxa is my new jam. ♫ http://t.co/rFfqAt7o Jun 22, 2012
  • Sun signs, entropic quarries and a buried poem: new post on Nancy Holt's Photoworks http://t.co/YIonyPPB Jun 22, 2012
  • This forthcoming book looks interesting: 'In Search of the Essence of Place' by Petr Kral http://t.co/YLPnGFkC Jun 18, 2012
  • There's a nice little display on Chiang Yee, the Silent Traveller, at the V&A http://t.co/upaTaMCm Jun 17, 2012
  • “Outta Reach” by She is my new jam. ♫ http://t.co/cnMbERv3 Jun 16, 2012
  • The long awaited 'Scarp' by Nick Papadimitriou (http://t.co/GRuauUTH) out next week: http://t.co/6CmkqWus (via @fugueur, @Fifepsy) Jun 16, 2012
  • New post on Edward Burtynsky's 'Oil', quoting from the excellent new interview by @VenueProject: http://t.co/YFGu5v6r Jun 16, 2012
  • 'We might say that while on pilgrimage people think with landscape, rather than only about it.' Robert Macfarlane: http://t.co/9r6XThG7 Jun 16, 2012
  • "The world is still basically an empty place." @chiggi interviews Richard Long: http://t.co/PsJhmBMn Jun 15, 2012
  • New post on David Nash at Kew Gardens http://t.co/BRzc9ktZ #KewDavidNash Jun 15, 2012
  • I feel this may be directed at people like me: Comic Sans speaks... http://t.co/OpT2Gir4 Jun 14, 2012
  • RT @pruned: The Military-Pastoral Complex: Contemporary Representations of Militarism in the Landscape: http://t.co/pCjw0Lrm cc: @demili ... Jun 13, 2012
  • Tacita Dean brings the mountains of Afghanistan to Kassel:' sunlit mountaintops, dusty avalanches, chalky wipe-outs'. http://t.co/bvK2eg2n Jun 13, 2012
  • @Fifepsy @bex_harvey Yes I did. She wasn't the only person who thought this... but nice that she now says 'he’s on the side of the angels' Jun 13, 2012
  • RT @Fifepsy: Kathleen Jamie - extensive interview in the latest SRB. Check her comments on Robert Macfarlane http://t.co/I5Oo3SLc via @B ... Jun 12, 2012
  • The green and pleasant Olympic opening ceremony looks like a gift to cultural geographers and possibly designed just to annoy Iain Sinclair. Jun 12, 2012
  • On 23 June @PASSENGERFILMS http://t.co/CbJCB8ir have Gideon Koppel, @polyalbion and 'Sleep Furiously' (http://t.co/Dk6lXf45) Jun 12, 2012
  • New post on a waterfall in verse: http://t.co/J188R91q Jun 11, 2012
  • “Tarkovsky (The Second Stop Is Jupiter)” by Patti Smith is my new jam. ♫ http://t.co/VRDoPv7x Jun 10, 2012
  • Good to see that @pruned will be more active in future - it's always been a brilliant blog: http://t.co/AKZCvVOo Jun 10, 2012
  • David Nash at Kew by Laura Cumming (I always find her interesting): http://t.co/xTQDTw5d via. I was there yesterday so expect a post soon. Jun 10, 2012
  • The new Nancy Holt exhibition at Haunch of Venison looks good http://t.co/gu4fPXHC Jun 09, 2012
  • Exploring Kew looking for David Nash sculptures #KewDavidNash http://t.co/gdGAVlHD Jun 09, 2012
  • Anyone still in the mood after Punk Britannia last night should revisit Pogo a Go Go! http://t.co/9vxc55sw Jun 09, 2012
  • If like me you have fond memories of NME's cassette series, check out this new site by my friend (and ex-bandmate): http://t.co/2fR56efc Jun 09, 2012
  • @CherylTipp Thanks for the tip... I've just booked my tickets. [Event is the 10 July British Library session on Writers, Sounds and Places]. Jun 08, 2012
  • "The suburbs dream of violence..." New post on the BL's exhibition Writing Britain: http://t.co/EOUte29l #writingbritain Jun 08, 2012
  • New nature writing reprints edited by Rob Macfarlane: Jefferies http://t.co/idRXKag3 Hudson http://t.co/RQpFVPrJ Hawkes http://t.co/zgQZltsM Jun 08, 2012
  • 'It was a rain to drown all the rains and the memory of rains.' Thinking of Ray Bradbury's story 'The Long Rain' this afternoon. Jun 07, 2012
  • Robert Macfarlane's 'The Old Ways' was launched this evening. Not yet read but hope it's all as good as the last two words on p412. Jun 06, 2012
  • RT @MartinGayford: Cold wet summers are good for English landscape. Constable sketched through several at East Bergholt; he found the fo ... Jun 06, 2012
  • Richard Skelton's latest release: 'Verse of Birds' http://t.co/p3crMDs9 Jun 06, 2012
  • Edward Thomas, who didn't live long enough to hear Steeleye Span, said 'I prefer "All round my hat" to Beethoven.' Jun 05, 2012
  • Ravilious-like views and seascapes at Newhaven this morning http://t.co/kqHqUCXp Jun 04, 2012
  • @fugueur Another craft it would be good to see in the flotilla is Andrew Kötting and Iain Sinclair's swan pedalo (heading the other way) Jun 03, 2012
  • RT @Goblinmerchant: A meditation on Calvino's Invisible Cities, BBC Radio 3, with contributions from myself, Rebecca Solnit, @PD_Smith: ... Jun 03, 2012
  • New post in which Monet is knocked over by a wave and gets paint in his beard - http://t.co/qUeZozH0 Jun 03, 2012
  • Alexandra Harris praises Robert Macfarlane's 'The Old Ways' (and of course gets in a reference to V Woolf) http://t.co/uNlM3pQp Jun 02, 2012
  • W G Sebald, Richard Mabey, Ronald Blythe... now Alan Partridge on the landscape of East Anglia: a Partridge Pilgrimage http://t.co/EyMyPBwz Jun 01, 2012
  • Becky Beasley's ’13 pieces, 17 feet’ performance, inspired by Muybridge’s San Fran panorama: http://t.co/XJ3efxr7 (via @llefeuvre) Jun 01, 2012
  • 'Like clouds accompanying the rising summer sun': new post on connections between brush strokes and nature http://t.co/ohivirx0 May 31, 2012
  • “Polaroid” by Sympathy Nervous is my new jam. ♫ http://t.co/NmeAp0pB May 31, 2012
  • The queue on Everest reminds me of a commuters trudging up a broken escalator: http://t.co/YBw1EMmU May 31, 2012
  • 'In Keiller’s cartography, there is always some secret affinity or passageway to be divined' @briangdillon on Robinson http://t.co/RdAIfhcd May 30, 2012
  • Found calligraphy: builders seem to have left the word 'mountain' on the pavement of Tothill Street. http://t.co/OHkYrDd2 May 30, 2012
  • RT @Fifepsy: Patrick Keiller et al: To Dispel a Great Malady: Robinson in Ruins, the Future of Landscape and the Moving Image http://t.c ... May 28, 2012
  • The Krakatoa Sunsets - Gerard Manley Hopkins' letters to Nature http://t.co/ClpWSHlX May 28, 2012
  • More on Macfarlane: 'His travelling companions are all presented as wise ... He never seems to bump into a dickhead.' http://t.co/I3waXXZC May 27, 2012
  • Walking with Robert Macfarlane: 'the landscape and even the weather rising to meet the challenge of his prose.' http://t.co/C3aPK9uR May 27, 2012
  • Interviewer (1984): 'How long did it take you to become an expert on the Impressionists?' Bruce Chatwin: 'I should think about two days.' May 26, 2012
  • Inscribed landscape: a nice audio slideshow of Simon Armitage's new Stanza Stone trail in West Yorkshire – http://t.co/zFKEwKi0 May 25, 2012
  • @PD_Smith I heard that piece on Noriko Ogawa and musical chopsticks too. Here's a link: http://t.co/oPKWE7Ll May 25, 2012
  • On perfumery, mountain photography and Grace Jones: http://t.co/wplQpavZ May 23, 2012
  • 'The difference between landscape and landscape is small, but there is a great difference between the beholders.' - Emerson May 19, 2012
  • 'It was touching, to hear Gary Snyder take notice of developments in Hackney' - Iain Sinclair May 18, 2012
  • Iain Sinclair heads out to California to meet Gary Snyder: http://t.co/izBAnYqd via @LRB May 18, 2012
  • 'Who can leap the world's ties / And sit with me among the clouds?' Brice Marden and Cold Mountain: http://t.co/DdGQhnin May 18, 2012
  • RT @paullaity: Psychogeographers? 'Literary men in desperate search of an excuse to escape childcare at the weekend' http://t.co/uWBFCp ... May 18, 2012
  • Turner believed the landscape to be a manifestation of God, but Burtnysky 'proves it’s in the firm grip of the devil'. http://t.co/AslN4L2J May 17, 2012
  • Interesting example of borrowed landscape (or cityscape): a capsule garden in the London Eye http://t.co/eNBOH6qM via @liminalcity May 16, 2012
  • I'm @Tate looking forward to the Brice Marden talk. I like his Cold Mountain series (always interested in anything Cold Mountain related). May 14, 2012
  • ‘An exploration of the blurred boundaries of geography, place and memory’ - Radia by Glenn Bach recorded at State Parks http://t.co/ymkXUCYZ May 13, 2012
  • Topophobia exhibition now on in Exeter http://t.co/BwMa8dbB. Uncanny night visions, urban wasteland, a top secret Cold War testing site... May 13, 2012
  • On the subject of Edward Lear, here's a post from three years ago on his 'landscapes of melancholy emptiness': http://t.co/Ydo9GpQo May 12, 2012
  • Happy birthday Edward Lear, whose collected works I'm tucking into along with the Moro ice cream in that profile photograph. May 12, 2012
  • New post on Hamish Fulton at Margate http://t.co/caiRWm2b May 10, 2012
  • Shortlist for the Ondaatje prize for a book "evoking the spirit of a place": http://t.co/aPBm6DDH (via the shortlisted @olivialanguage) May 10, 2012
  • This is brilliant: Nancy Holt and Robert Smithson tour the ancient sites and quarries of England in 1969 http://t.co/ChlvLTK2 May 10, 2012
  • RT @alexneedham74: A gem from @chiggi's new column http://t.co/gxE7WegJ via @guardian David Shrigley being rude about Anish Kapoor http: ... May 10, 2012
  • 'Photography and perfumery, lipstick and landscape'. Cultural geographer Hayden Lorimer's Radio 4 doc sounds intriguing http://t.co/URnk30Z4 May 10, 2012
  • I've often pondered How to Find Fulfilling Work with my friend @romankrznaric. His @theschooloflife book is out today: http://t.co/kuAmphFC May 10, 2012
  • June's @thewiremagazine has a great piece on composer Annea Lockwood, who featured on the blog back in 2008: http://t.co/gOf1YMmF May 08, 2012
  • “French Disko” by Stereolab is my new jam. ♫ http://t.co/hnxwKzlf May 06, 2012
  • Landscape and memory: on the art of Caroline Slotte http://t.co/fQAnbYNA May 06, 2012
  • Writing Britain: the nation and the landscape - Blake Morrison on the new British Library exhibition: http://t.co/Jm5kpXgT May 05, 2012
  • 'Up by the Lobster Smack, I feel just like Wordsworth felt about Windermere.' Wilko Johnson on Canvey Island: http://t.co/oil8WBvj May 04, 2012
  • 'The 'Sebaldian' is less a style than a species of mist through which time and place are transformed' - Brian Dillon (@briangdillon) May 04, 2012
  • 'May not landscape painting be considered a branch of natural philosophy, of which pictures are but experiments?' - John Constable, 1836 May 04, 2012
  • New Stephen Gill exhibition http://t.co/P30dCGgF (I posted about his Olympic Park photographs back in 2007 http://t.co/iIjILeSK) May 02, 2012
  • An East Wind through the Sebaldian Orford Ness landscape: David Chapman http://t.co/MhAuiQdI (from http://t.co/L6nufqGC via @CherylTipp) May 02, 2012
  • Fractal landscapes, Gerhard Richter, Martin Heidegger... New post: http://t.co/XD7qz87z May 01, 2012
  • Would love to listen to 'Through the Wire' on Radio 4 this pm by the most excellent @HelenJMacdonald but will be imprisoned in meetings. Apr 30, 2012
  • 'Landscape and the Human Heart': Robert Macfarlane talk on his new book http://t.co/LvTzJcRh. I can't afford £25 though for an hour's talk. Apr 29, 2012
  • 'The point at which something becomes too complex to be itself only. This is the place where a thing becomes a landscape.' - Roni Horn Apr 28, 2012
  • There's a PDF of Apollinaire's 'Calligrammes' on @ubuweb - see, for example, the visual poem 'Landscape' on p31. http://t.co/tDwZi9nu Apr 27, 2012
  • Great at evoking wild nature, hopeless at gardening: The Brontës http://t.co/xobdjGug Apr 27, 2012
  • New post on Kathleen Jamie's 'Sightlines' - http://t.co/yiF0UhHt Apr 27, 2012
  • “Didn't It Rain” by Mahalia Jackson is my new jam. ♫ http://t.co/9RCw9eVh Apr 27, 2012
  • A new Thoreau video game http://t.co/7UPKu44K which will simulate the geography and environment of Walden Pond (via @PenguinClassics) Apr 26, 2012
  • One photo I found particularly stiking at the Scott exhibition: the Northern Party after 7 months in an ice cave: http://t.co/2BcxDxA7 Apr 22, 2012
  • Took sons to the Natural History Museum's Scott exhibition. Know it's misguided but I found myself welling up as I told them about Oates etc Apr 22, 2012
  • Fascinating post on 'Some Conceptual Literature on Twitter' by Christian Bök: http://t.co/f5b3UG5U Apr 21, 2012
  • New post on the difficult task of naming the parts of a landscape garden: http://t.co/EDdnMXde Apr 20, 2012
  • 'Whispering Pines...' Remembering Levon Helm: http://t.co/oBIw4fb8 Apr 19, 2012
  • Having read a tweeted recommendation by @alexrossmusic, I visited the Debussy exhibition in Paris: http://t.co/LiwDNXfQ Apr 19, 2012
  • 'An erotic stimulant so potent that it had to be concealed by a painted landscape, “a sliding piece” by Danckerts...' http://t.co/8gREjLhH Apr 19, 2012
  • 'When the summer night came and the mist drifted in from the lake...' - 'Art in Nature', a Tove Jansson story: http://t.co/gLwA18Bc Apr 16, 2012
  • I'm enjoying Diego Marani's 'New Finnish Grammar'. Nice to see twitpics at the same time from @cityofsound of Helsinki in the Spring. Apr 16, 2012
  • The May edition of Sight and Sound (http://t.co/CFDwf9n4) has a nice article on 'Two Years at Sea' - released 4 May. (http://t.co/PKLAR1Uf) Apr 15, 2012
  • I've been in Barcelona this week and so here's a short post on the strange mountainscape of Montserrat. http://t.co/HEGroIi3 Apr 15, 2012
  • The lark's wing ringed in the blue of gold meets the heart of the poppy asleep on the field studded with diamond: http://t.co/BxasSUep Apr 15, 2012
  • 'Clouds over the Xiao and Xiang Rivers': new post on the Song dynasty qin composer Guo Chuwang: http://t.co/jL7DbVGN Apr 07, 2012
  • 'Wider seas, higher cliffs, bigger weather...' Kathleen Jamie's new book of essays, 'Sightlines', is out soon - http://t.co/eacB5hje Apr 07, 2012
  • Katie Paterson, the cosmicomical artist, by @briangdillon http://t.co/GZBd6Vj4. I mentioned her work once, here: http://t.co/F9EKPRcq Apr 07, 2012
  • A wonderful literary database on poetry after Spenser: http://t.co/r10WgGJ9. It includes 1,471 pastoral poems! Apr 06, 2012
  • Just saw this shirt with an old landscape postcard design in Simon Carter http://t.co/p7wsCIt8 Apr 06, 2012
  • 'If you see them in the English landscape it associates them with a Britishness which is [only] part of Henry Moore': http://t.co/RvkB3SOx Apr 06, 2012
  • I suspect this may eventually turn out to be the least read post on my blog. Interesting to me though. http://t.co/hhQKgpEZ Apr 05, 2012
  • Oh dear, I suggested my art loving mother should follow @JANUSZCZAK on Twitter. I don't think she'll like the insults he's been retweeting. Apr 04, 2012
  • 'The contemporary flâneur is by nature and inclination a democratising force' - Will Self on urban walking http://t.co/9VrpQU4h Mar 30, 2012
  • Happy birthday Paul Verlaine, author of 'Paysages tristes'. http://t.co/i0vygUlw Mar 30, 2012
  • 'A Great Malady, that I shall dispel, in the manner of Turner, by making picturesque views.' Patrick Keiller @Tate: http://t.co/MzhTKhyM Mar 30, 2012
  • 'A cloud can be whatever you intend ... But you have never found / a cloud sufficient to express the sky.' - Adrienne Rich Mar 29, 2012
  • Charles Reznikoff: 'When the sky, the water over the sandy bottom is green...' http://t.co/oGG9o7Bo Mar 28, 2012
  • At Waterstones last night to support Tom Lee in the ST Short Story Comp http://t.co/wu5LGSL1. Tom's story ends with some wild swimming. Mar 28, 2012
  • A meditation on the British landscape, from the Otmoor Riots to the collapse of Lehman Brothers. Patrick Keiller @Tate: http://t.co/R48VSUw0 Mar 26, 2012
  • RT @newscientist: Why a soundscape is worth a thousand pictures http://t.co/MfTGndWc Mar 26, 2012
  • Walking through some gates in the Hayward Gallery I wondered what a @davidshrigley garden along the lines of Little Sparta would be like. Mar 25, 2012
  • We all went to the David Shrigley exhibition at the #haywardgallery today. The kids really loved this video: http://t.co/qE9NpyEa Mar 25, 2012
  • Cantona grew up in a hillside cave turned into the family home. He woke up each morning 'to a slice of spectacular Mediterranean landscape.' Mar 25, 2012
  • The aesthetic education of Eric Cantona: 'my father would ... stop the car, saying: 'Look at that beautiful light.'' http://t.co/I7ssWh0d Mar 25, 2012
  • I do like this reading of 'Ode to a Nightingale'. There's something Withnailian about his “O for a draught of vintage!” http://t.co/9OctaZME Mar 24, 2012
  • 'You will always see Nowhereisland off-shore from a distance...' Alex Hartley's @nowhere_island coming to the south west coast this summer. Mar 23, 2012
  • Momus chooses his favourite John Cage tracks. First one is 'Imaginary Landscape No. 1'... http://t.co/fEP4BD1J Mar 23, 2012
  • And here's a link to that Keats 'Ode to Autumn' story I mentioned earlier (RT @PD_Smith) http://t.co/8HfNdNb4 Mar 23, 2012
  • New post on waterfalls and John Keats http://t.co/CBI5xhHK Mar 23, 2012
  • According to @BBCRadio4 'Ode to Autumn' is now thought not to describe water-meadows, but a nearby hill, currently occupied by a car park. Mar 23, 2012
  • Raja Shehade has provided the foreword to a book on walking in Palestine. http://t.co/pVbFxp84 (I wrote about him here http://t.co/z2AsZrF3) Mar 20, 2012
  • RT @nybooks: Hermione Lee surveys Joyce Carol Oates’s “landscape of murk and junk, dark water and black mud, trash and detritus” http:// ... Mar 18, 2012
  • Sounding out the territory: my take on @thewiremagazine salon about sound maps last night: http://t.co/IJiyTvkc Mar 16, 2012
  • 'Shards of light pierce forgotten Modernist constructions that have crumbled over time.' Jonathas de Andrade: http://t.co/VY0Tmr4B Mar 14, 2012
  • Article on Peter Riley and the Harriet Tarlo landscape poetry anthology http://t.co/8xuoJVId Mar 14, 2012
  • New landscape blog from Eddie Procter: http://t.co/MsPmvKfR Mar 13, 2012
  • @FourFeetFilms Yes happy to talk about landscape artists - you can email me somelandscapes@gmail.com Mar 13, 2012
  • It occurs to me that I've lived my whole life in cities (six of them). Probably why I like landscape art... Mar 13, 2012
  • 'The experience of living in cities is universal.' The new book on cities by @PD_Smith is nearly with us... http://t.co/7b73vxXC Mar 13, 2012
  • For the first anniversary of the Fukushima earthquake, Stephen Henry Gill follows in the footsteps of Matsuo Basho: http://t.co/YDpAbH3N Mar 11, 2012
  • RT @liminalcity: The #Milan vertical #forest #tower is now under construction via @thisbigcity http://t.co/MU8XYJPd Mar 11, 2012
  • RT @ballardian: 'The future will be like a suburb of Dusseldorf – even a drifting leaf looks as if it has too much freedom!' Ballard, 1983 Mar 10, 2012
  • @MartinWisser You asked for Caspar David Friedrich link - it's here: http://t.co/mXW8CdHE. All CDF posts are here: http://t.co/bzYcH4VW Mar 10, 2012
  • 'Wilderness has no words' or 'The wild has no words'. On translating Transtromer http://t.co/BfW0Resc Mar 09, 2012
  • Not sure why they linked to my Caspar David Friedrich post, but hey. Mar 09, 2012
  • Nice to see my name in The Guardian (a Sukhdev Sandhu article on slow cinema): http://t.co/cmMztT1q Mar 09, 2012
  • Alex James of Blur 'finds some attractive moss growing in an outhouse and, moved by the beauty, communes with it.' http://t.co/x4P5TaxF Mar 09, 2012
  • 'A sickening impertinence, contemptible.' David Hockney's versions of Claude: http://t.co/HjgmUSHC Mar 09, 2012
  • My take on the hugely popular David Hockney exhibition @royalacademy http://t.co/HjgmUSHC Mar 09, 2012
  • RT @Carcanet: The Carcanet Blog! Painter-writer-curator GREGORY O'BRIEN on #poetry and the environment: http://t.co/fGPD113Z Check out t ... Mar 07, 2012
  • Short extract from a film about Cold Mountain, featuring various bearded luminaries, including the great Gary Snyder: http://t.co/NzWXQbLU Mar 06, 2012
  • RT @royalacademy: Hockney on the Rocks: An interesting take on #RAHockney by our neighbours The Geological Society @geolsoc http://t.co/ ... Mar 06, 2012
  • Just thinking that this is one of the best songs I know on landscape and memory - 'Cattle and Cane': http://t.co/CR8JjWKx Mar 06, 2012
  • @timofnewbury No the Hawksmoor display at #RAHockney is free but you'll have to fight your way past the queues for David Hockney. Mar 06, 2012
  • Away from the crowds at #RAHockney there's a nice little display on Hawksmoor http://t.co/JtDoHZWP Mar 05, 2012
  • Literary geographies - an almost ovrewhelming list of recent academic research on literature and geography: http://t.co/KsUEqqnY Mar 05, 2012
  • Alexandre Benois' 1897 "The Last Walk of Louis XIV" shows the vastness and bareness of Le Notre's Versailles. http://t.co/yZTgSWec Mar 04, 2012
  • Off to #RAHockney tomorrow. My 4 yr old son loved one of them reprinted in a newspaper review so much he wouldn't let us use it on our fire. Mar 03, 2012
  • Just thinking that I rather miss 'Cathedral of Shit' which fell mysteriously silent six months ago... http://t.co/OZ7LAqVM Mar 03, 2012
  • 'Like severed hands the wet leaves lie...' New post on the reissue of 'The Seasons', a very strange record indeed. http://t.co/KMsoRTIJ Mar 02, 2012
  • Coming soon: 'Earthlines', the first issue of a new magazine on nature, place and the environment. http://t.co/rXAeGFqj Mar 02, 2012
  • Self thinks Owen Hatherley understands the dangers of ‘nostalgia for the future’, but is 'too far gone in its surging rhythms to pull out.' Mar 02, 2012
  • Will Self reviews Owen Hatherley's 'New Ruins' in the LRB: http://t.co/pvmyUJZV Mar 02, 2012
  • In that Edward Thomas video they go to his old cottage and see the Old Man bush, still growing, that I mentioned here: http://t.co/z2C3pSBF Mar 01, 2012
  • Edward Thomas's Hampshire – lovely short video with Matthew Hollis. http://t.co/fUDeAkI6 Mar 01, 2012
  • @tweetbytheriver Thanks for the mention on http://t.co/ZSwBLBBG Feb 29, 2012
  • Just watched 'Jeremy Deller: Middle Class Hero - A Culture Show Special'. Great stuff: http://t.co/tf6Ybeg8 Feb 28, 2012
  • Michael Heizer's 340-ton granite rock sets off tonight on its 105-mile journey to join 'Levitated Mass'. http://t.co/kTLow6Qo Feb 28, 2012
  • Alec Finlay's 'Question your teaspoons': 'a poetic memoir of his childhood and growing up in Stonypath, Lanarkshire.' http://t.co/e1toeCVr Feb 28, 2012
  • New post in anticipation of Werner Herzog at the Whitney Biennial (not that I'll be able to see it, sadly): http://t.co/mKpbVhCO Feb 26, 2012
  • RT @harikunzru: .@wernerherzog in Whitney Biennial: installation abt c17th Dutch artist Hercules Seghers http://t.co/5mDyuTWr via @holde ... Feb 26, 2012
  • 'Similar to Alan Measles': @alaindebotton http://t.co/f9yowCF3 Feb 26, 2012
  • Hmm, I've just realised that 'landscape' is an anagram of 'lap dances'. Feb 26, 2012
  • Jonathan Harvey's 'Bird Concerto' (piano, small orchestra, field recordings) is 30 minutes long but can be had for just 69p on Amazon. Feb 26, 2012
  • The foreshore of Britain concealed and revealed in Michael Marten's tide photographs. A short Robert Macfarlane piece: http://t.co/yxZCuBeR Feb 25, 2012
  • Are fewer people reading Primo Levi these days? I was just looking for a copy of 'The Wrench' and see it is sadly now out of print... Feb 25, 2012
  • The Guardian has a news story on urban exploration and interviews @Goblinmerchant http://t.co/JU8JyNsX Feb 25, 2012
  • This looks like the start of something wonderful: John Peel's record collection to go online at The Space http://t.co/dfXAMp9s Feb 24, 2012
  • New post on PLACE: Taking the Waters: (Roger Deakin, Iain Sinclair, Derek Jarman, Joseph Conrad etc.) http://t.co/nF61Vufx Feb 24, 2012
  • RT @terrypitts: "A Balanced and Unobtrusive Beauty" - Sebald's brief 1974 travel guide to East Anglia, written for German visitors http: ... Feb 22, 2012
  • Nothing to say on landscape today so instead, brothers and sisters, I give you a testimonial... The MC5! http://t.co/8O5MhN0q Feb 20, 2012
  • 75 tweets so far for @briangdillon on ruins http://t.co/GAeAM7Lf (the actual Detroit photos tweeted over 15,000 times: http://t.co/K1egtp8t) Feb 19, 2012
  • 'Still' - an installation by @jemfiner at Snape yesterday. A beech wood through the seasons. http://t.co/DyfB218M Feb 19, 2012
  • There's something slightly Shooting Stars about the Andrew Kotting-Iain Sinclair double act - a plastic swan instead of the dove from above. Feb 19, 2012
  • Last night before 'Swandown' we had a quick walk among the reeds and saw a shooting star. Hardly any light pollution at Snape. Feb 19, 2012
  • Just back from Snape where I saw a work-in-progress presentation of 'Swandown', the Iain Sinclair & Andrew Kotting swan pedalo odyssey. Feb 18, 2012
  • 'Tarkovsky meets Jeremy Clarkson' - a Guardian sub-editor summarises Sukhdev Sandhu's review of Geoff Dyer's 'Zona' Feb 18, 2012
  • New post on a poem in the form of a mountain http://t.co/G5QdH7jg Feb 16, 2012
  • More 'Patience', Grant Gee and W G Sebald on the Jarvis Cocker show (22 minutes in): http://t.co/zHID9a4H Feb 15, 2012
  • Get the free download of The Caretaker's 'Patience: After Sebald' soundtrack: http://t.co/iLKaFc16 (background: http://t.co/UMDSltC1) Feb 15, 2012
  • Just back from the preview of my friend Colin Glen's exhibition 'From Confusion to Clarity' @tjboulting. Beautiful shadows. Feb 14, 2012
  • RT @PD_Smith: RT @ehooge: Cities of You: envisionning people as imaginary places :-) http://t.co/Ti71MJMU (via @urbain_ @dpr_barcelona) Feb 12, 2012
  • 'Tree and sea are the same in sound' - Ian Hamilton Finlay, 'Domestic Pensees' Feb 11, 2012
  • View through the window of the Royall Festival Hall last night. http://t.co/H0Jk3iaG Feb 11, 2012
  • New post on the idea of earth-life painting: http://t.co/E6aVIsVJ Feb 11, 2012
  • Melvyn Bragg's next In Our Time is going to be on the An Lushan Rebellion, so we should hear some Tu Fu and Li Po (http://t.co/d1YT3nqx) Feb 11, 2012
  • 'Few of us live so strenuously as never to feel a sense of nostalgia for that Saturnian reign to which Virgil and Claude can waft us' - Fry Feb 10, 2012
  • I think I shall have to get this book: http://t.co/N573S7cv Feb 08, 2012
  • Craig Colorusso's excellent Sun Box project is launching an app: http://t.co/1jp1yHT0 (@Sun_Boxes) Feb 08, 2012
  • I'll be going along to Snape too and might do a bit of live tweeting (but seem to recall the reception is not too great there). Feb 08, 2012
  • Robert Macfarlane, Iain Sinclair, David Rothenberg, Noel Birch, Jem Finer, Jay Griffiths all at Snape for PLACE: Taking the Waters 18/19 Feb Feb 08, 2012
  • @neilclasper Thanks - it's great isn't it. I've no idea what the rest of the film is like. Feb 07, 2012
  • A vast abstract painting on a frozen lake made by a man in a suit running around and firing paint bombs: http://t.co/au6Tx399 Feb 07, 2012
  • David Knight (@knight_david) on Making Planning Popular (RT @BLDGBLOG). My Dad was a planner and could probably have done with this... Feb 06, 2012
  • Burne-Jones on Impressionism: "Nothing but landscape or if any figure pictures more or less languid whores.” http://t.co/hIs8371t Feb 05, 2012
  • Snow... http://t.co/VOP4hBCU Feb 05, 2012
  • Graham Sutherland at MAO review ('a niggling suspicion that [George] Shaw was brought in to make the old man relevant') http://t.co/6dv9bfGf Feb 04, 2012
  • The Cliff of the Two-dimensional World - layers of aluminium molecules etched away to leave behind nanolayer stacks: http://t.co/RbAzl3Pu Feb 04, 2012
  • PS: There's a Lego Ezra Pound link in that new post - I couldn't bring myself to include the photo but couldn't resist including the link. Feb 03, 2012
  • A new post in which the peaks of literature are compared to the Alps: http://t.co/048XNxZr Feb 03, 2012
  • A writer 'must know that dung-heaps play a very reasonable part in a landscape.' Anton Chekhov, letter, 14 January 1887 Feb 03, 2012
  • 'When the gaunt elms shudder within the groin of grief'. Looking forward to hearing The Seasons, re-released later this month by Trunk. Feb 02, 2012
  • The world's most beautiful bookshops... No. 10 in Mexico City has trees growing in it: http://t.co/n5hz7NKI (RT @PenguinClassics ) Feb 02, 2012
  • Wislawa Szymborska has died. I did a short post on her poetry 5 years ago: http://t.co/L0XuSEkq Feb 02, 2012
  • RT @JANUSZCZAK: RT @SallyAByrne: @JANUSZCZAK this bower bird is up there with Goldsworthy & Turrell http://t.co/ioNBr0zo Indeed it is! Feb 01, 2012
  • I once bought a little book of Shrigley for Secret Santa at work but the recipient was perplexed and others found the swear words offensive. Jan 31, 2012
  • Looking forward to the David Shrigley show - wonder if I can come up with a tenuous landscape angle to write him into my blog. Jan 31, 2012
  • Reading on http://t.co/X9t4m5Ds about Italian hauntology. Disappointingly it 'avoids the eerie and pastoral feeling' of the English version. Jan 30, 2012
  • A round table discussion of two of my favourite writers, George and Mary Oppen: http://t.co/HSQtFxhu (RT @ronsilliman). Jan 30, 2012
  • I'll be open minded about the Hockney landscapes show, which seems highly popular, but in 2007 I was unimpressed... http://t.co/i07m0lwn. Jan 29, 2012
  • I like the surreal quality of the landscape in Hogarth's 'Satire on False Perspective' (with its 10 possible horizons) http://t.co/DB8J2mHI. Jan 29, 2012
  • In the comments to my Edgelands post (http://t.co/uUf9Y9PO) I've added details of Edward Chell's new book on the poetics of the motorway. Jan 29, 2012
  • Laura Cumming reviews: Hamish Fulton http://t.co/h8UI5WQS and David Hockney http://t.co/qc0OBTrQ. I'll try to get to these at some point... Jan 29, 2012
  • Couldn't resist a quick post on Michelangelo Frammartino's film 'Le Quattro Volte': http://t.co/JxCvDyCG Jan 28, 2012
  • RT @JANUSZCZAK: Here's a little film I made with the wonderful land artist. Andy Goldsworthy. Scotland the brave! http://t.co/5ZuQGS5k Jan 28, 2012
  • Just watched Michelangelo Frammartino's beautiful film 'Le Quattro Volte' http://t.co/cK4WXmtl Jan 27, 2012
  • New post on language and landscape http://t.co/LFk5e7DZ Jan 27, 2012
  • He also chose an anthology of T'ang poetry and an Ian Bostridge recording of Schubert, reminding me of recent posts... http://t.co/qYwpBFG3 Jan 23, 2012
  • On Desert Island Discs this week, Vikram Seth's favourite is a field recording of nightingales and Lancaster bombers: http://t.co/Qlp3zuRi Jan 23, 2012
  • I like Mark Braun's carafes with engraved images of lakes, glaciers and rivers http://t.co/1k9Bfseq Jan 22, 2012
  • You can get a Dr Syntax in search of the picturesque T-shirt - there's a bearded fellow modelling one here: http://t.co/mxheFDu9 Jan 21, 2012
  • 'You cannot live in the present, / At least not in Wales.' R. S. Thomas reads his 'Welsh Landscape': http://t.co/B7IlX0GH Jan 21, 2012
  • 'The bright moon, the autumn wind / the waters of Lake Dong-ting, / a lone swan, the falling leaves, a tiny skiff.' http://t.co/d1YT3nqx Jan 21, 2012
  • Hamish: "If someone were to ask me what my work was about today, I might say justice, instead of the role of the land" http://t.co/r79KpKfc Jan 21, 2012
  • 'Birds are flowers flying / and flowers perched birds.' – 'Mirrorment' by A. R. Ammons Jan 20, 2012
  • Many articles about David Hockney's Yorkshire landscape paintings this week. I wonder what his doppelgänger Alan Bennett thinks of them. Jan 19, 2012
  • “Beautiful effects”: Ruskin’s Daguerreotypes of Switzerland showing at Lancaster University http://t.co/zt05XYkf Jan 18, 2012
  • Craig Vear's 'ESK' - a sound poem tracing the flow of the River Esk from source to sea http://t.co/lj1G0Usw Jan 17, 2012
  • 'This is the time of year / when nothing to see / gives way to the hare in flight' John Burnside wins the Eliot prize: http://t.co/h4te71cm Jan 16, 2012
  • New post on Edgelands in which, as promised, I manage to work in The Fall's 'Container Drivers': http://t.co/uUf9Y9PO Jan 15, 2012
  • The next post on my blog will include The Fall's 'Container Drivers'. There'll be no thanks from the loading bay ranks. Jan 15, 2012
  • RT @frieze_magazine: An interview with David Hockney, ahead of his exhibition of landscape paintings at the Royal Academy next week: htt ... Jan 14, 2012
  • Love the Calvinoesque idea of this - @newscientist: Mystery of the moving Antarctic lakes http://t.co/TFAUfY6r Jan 14, 2012
  • Via @MattPoacher: @Some_landscapes This could be of interest - Daniel Menche's wind recordings: http://t.co/LZvQApfIJan 14, 2012
  • On the plight of Geoffrey Jellicoe's Water Gardens at Hemel Hempstead, with its Paul Klee inspired canal: http://t.co/LRuc8wIk Jan 14, 2012
  • RT @JANUSZCZAK: Great introduction by Hockney in the catalogue for his RA show - thanking all his assistants for their help !!!! Jan 14, 2012
  • Only just noticed this: landscape features as gifts for the celeb who has everything. Angelina buys Brad a waterfall: http://t.co/wWBcve1y Jan 14, 2012
  • Wow, we are in Pizza Express eating in front of an Antonioni film http://t.co/2zfb36BJ Jan 13, 2012
  • The Caretaker's 'Patience (After Sebald)' soundtrack which I mentioned last year http://t.co/UMDSltC1 is now out: http://t.co/sx5k3w7h Jan 13, 2012
  • RT @PD_Smith: RT @stevesilberman: Improbable landscapes: Google Earth glitches. http://t.co/Cfg61tHT Jan 13, 2012
  • More artist book landscapes: http://t.co/KLm996X9 via @PASSENGERFILMS (takes ages to load) Jan 11, 2012
  • RT @ballardian: 'The Psychology of Ruin Porn' - by @joanngreco [The Atlantic]: http://t.co/yGwxcVAb Jan 10, 2012
  • Reminded by the mailing from @Tate today that Patrick Keiller is doing an installation for Tate Britain this year http://t.co/AGmycpKA Jan 09, 2012
  • My ideal landscape: http://t.co/Tt22PeOv (Reading Landscapes by kyle kirkpatrick) Jan 09, 2012
  • I included a link to @Goblinmerchant in my latest post http://t.co/GmcdAQZ3. See their urban exploration films in Wired http://t.co/lMXCrc0x Jan 08, 2012
  • 'A culture is no better than its woods' - W. H. Auden Jan 08, 2012
  • Visionary post @BLDGBLOG http://t.co/8bO55KgF. Love the way the first comment's about golf Jan 08, 2012
  • If you've not already read it I recommend this article from September on John Martin http://t.co/48QU2cFj (one for @BLDGBLOG et al). Jan 07, 2012
  • New short post on the John Martin exhibition @Tate http://t.co/4UyFjqQP Jan 07, 2012
  • "Sitting beside a playwright, I began ejaculating, and at just that instant an urban planner walked into the room." http://t.co/Vc6jyEAu Jan 07, 2012
  • I referred to 'Birds of America' in my most recent post as an inspiration for Anthony Philip Heinrich http://t.co/mgwe8mHA Jan 06, 2012
  • Birds of America so big it needs 2 to lift it - 'finches and cardinals have plenty of space in which to flit about' http://t.co/8Kib5BAi Jan 06, 2012
  • RT @BloodaxeBooks: This video has James Wright reading his poem "How Spring Arrives" as the soundtrack. http://t.co/8OnnWh0i Jan 06, 2012
  • New post on early American landscape music: http://t.co/rwQeLlfd Jan 04, 2012
  • RIP Ronald Searle. Thinking of fotherington-tomas, who loved "the sound and scent of nature tho the less i smell and hear them the better". Jan 03, 2012
  • RT @PASSENGERFILMS: Give our night a RT? 19th Jan - cinematic visualisations of the passage of time & urban planning http://t.co/Box082KU Jan 03, 2012
  • Ted Hughes: a jaguar sculpture and a forthcoming biography by Jonathan Bate - http://t.co/3JU4OhAP Jan 02, 2012
  • Also next year, the Royal Academy will be showing the giant new landscape paintings of David Hockney OM. http://t.co/56v3Ymbx Jan 01, 2012
  • A contemporary landscape-related exhibition coming up: VISITOR by Gibson / Martelli (igloo) at the Towner: http://t.co/pgHSUhXs Jan 01, 2012
  • I'm looking through upcoming exhibitions for 2012. Here's an interesting one at MAO: Sutherland curated by George Shaw http://t.co/0haKLvRd Jan 01, 2012
  • Still a few more days to see the excellent Painting Canada: Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven @DulwichGallery - http://t.co/MpQe1owp Jan 01, 2012
  • Taking down our 2011 @Tate Land Art calendar. Gone with Spike Milligan this year. http://t.co/8o0xoTf1 Jan 01, 2012
  • 'I walked New Year's Day / beside the trees my father now gone planted / evenly following the road / Each spoke' http://t.co/xrSOrJPp Jan 01, 2012
  • Stanley Spencer and the Suffolk landscape: http://t.co/isbIxNnm Dec 31, 2011
  • One last post for 2011, on Rebecca Solnit's 'A Book of Migrations': http://t.co/OPq6TGWS Dec 31, 2011
  • Just been weeding out a few local landscaping firms who have taken to following me - apologies if they're genuinely interested... Dec 30, 2011
  • Further to my W G Sebald-related post, @terrypitts at Vertigo has been reading the poems and has links to reviews: http://t.co/iF8JOEu6 Dec 28, 2011
  • To Richmond Park. Stood in the cold with binoculars imagining I was JA Baker. Then gave it up in favour of a family game of stomp rocket. Dec 28, 2011
  • "The landscapes were in my arms as I did it...” RIP Helen Frankenthaler. http://t.co/B3ufYNOF (RT @frieze_magazine) Dec 27, 2011
  • I'm still contemplating this joke I had in my cracker: Q: What did the sea say to the sand? A: Nothing, he just waved. Dec 27, 2011
  • There's an interesting sounding exhibition on Edgelands at The Fitzwilliam in Cambridge next year. George Shaw and Michael Landy prints. Dec 27, 2011
  • London rather bleak and grey today but Tate Modern wonderfully quiet. Here to see the Richter again. Dec 27, 2011
  • Sebald, Schubert and a winter journey - new post: http://t.co/4LZiNazs Dec 26, 2011
  • 'Things that gain by being painted - Pine trees. Autumn fields. Mountain villages. Mountain paths.' - The Pillow Book of Sei Shonagon. Dec 23, 2011
  • Coffee, chocolate Lebkuchen, Alan Bennett's LRB diary. '"Are you just a lookalike?" ... He pats my arm consolingly. "Be happy with that."' Dec 23, 2011
  • @owenbooth 'Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird' is a great winter poem. 'It was evening all afternoon...' (already like evening here). Dec 23, 2011
  • New post includes windmills and a gruesome assassination: http://t.co/qYwpBFG3 Dec 23, 2011
  • 72 views of the Tower of Babel: http://t.co/auLjXMrI Dec 23, 2011
  • Congratulations to my good friend @romankrznaric whose new book 'The Wonderbox' is out today. http://t.co/bEcMTs25 Dec 22, 2011
  • RT @butdoesitfloat: Photographs of Iceland by hlaus http://t.co/DdYXBe9E Dec 22, 2011
  • Cool. A Canadian ski resort filmed using a special filming technique that turns it into a miniature version of itself: http://t.co/RCHfHzZK Dec 21, 2011
  • 'Writhing, threateningly enlarged clumps of wild vegetation' - the strange 'cabbage sheets' of Carl Wilhelm Kolbe: http://t.co/Om0FpxvH Dec 21, 2011
  • New post on the 'damaged landscapes' of Gerhard Richter @Tate http://t.co/qWNUusb6 Dec 20, 2011
  • My parents, sister, wife and children have all now been to the Grayson Perry show @britishmuseum and all come out raving about it. Me too. Dec 19, 2011
  • Enjoying German Romantic prints and drawings at the British Museum http://t.co/8td6HHnU Dec 19, 2011
  • Selected poems by Ian Hamilton Finlay will appear next year in the UC Press series 'Poets for the Millenium': http://t.co/ueVo4ECI Dec 15, 2011
  • Andrew Motion reading W G Sebald poems this evening: http://t.co/h4Xg8vOc Dec 14, 2011
  • I'm at 'Max: A Celebration, Remembering W G Sebald'. Just listened to a captivating 'Winterreise' sung by Ian Bostridge. Dec 14, 2011
  • Looking forward to going to the W. G. Sebald evening at Wilton's on Wednesday: http://t.co/ROpvAsBU Dec 12, 2011
  • Nice to be followed by @the_lh and @ha_recs following my post on 2011 landscape music. Interested to see what @MattPoacher makes of it... Dec 12, 2011
  • Reflections on the year's landscape-related music releases: http://t.co/MUtCAsdH Dec 11, 2011
  • A reminder that Radio 3 have five essays on W G Sebald. My favourite is No. 2, by Uwe Schutte. http://t.co/r1PlTvok Dec 10, 2011
  • Brian Aldiss reveals that the landscape of Helliconia was inspired by a view of Didcot power station: http://t.co/EwFNRGwo Dec 10, 2011
  • Gilbert Adair appreciation: http://t.co/si9O6NYX. I used to love his essays and 'Flickers' is one of my favourite books on cinema. Dec 09, 2011
  • Just booked tickets for PLACE at Aldeburgh next February: http://t.co/SB6eeSsH Dec 08, 2011
  • New post on the dedication of the memorial to Ted Hughes in Poet's Corner: http://t.co/5WkxbXmm Dec 08, 2011
  • Tim Dee's year in landscape: http://t.co/yIExT4H4. Has he really only met one woman who likes Beefheart? My wife's a big fan of the Captain. Dec 07, 2011
  • The new plaque for Ted Hughes http://t.co/NJJjjV84 Dec 06, 2011
  • 'Max Ernst photoshops livestock into the xeroxed ruins of Caspar David Friedrich paintings': http://t.co/SokwG4YB Dec 05, 2011
  • @woodenpalace thanks - 'Water Beetles of Pollardstown Fen' is a good suggestion. TL is a sad loss. Here's one review: http://t.co/DBf4rVm3 Dec 04, 2011
  • Radio 3 has a programme on psychogeography tonight http://t.co/CF9PcbUZ and a season of 5 Sebald programmes this week: http://t.co/2CMukwEj Dec 04, 2011
  • Among all the great euphoric cultural moments on TV over the last 30 years, watching Socrates in 1982 still stands out: http://t.co/MicRAP5Y Dec 04, 2011
  • Last year I posted 10 examples of the year in landscape music (http://t.co/lZa0If1N). Think I'll do it again, so would welcome suggestions. Dec 04, 2011
  • RT @CherylTipp: @touchmusic @chrisrwatson nice review of El Tren Fantasma here http://t.co/MPWV0ZAX Dec 03, 2011
  • There's surely a nice article to be written by @chiggi or someone similar on recent classically inspired albums by Julia Folter & Sun Araw. Dec 03, 2011
  • Listening to Julia Folter's 'Tragedy' album which is all based on Euripides' play 'Hippolytus'. Good use of field recordings. Dec 03, 2011
  • A new flowers, gardens and poetry blog by Linda France: http://t.co/ayzFx65F Dec 03, 2011
  • Next week I'll be at the unveiling of a memorial to Ted Hughes in Westminster Abbey. Looking forward to hearing Seamus Heaney there. Dec 01, 2011
  • After complaining about the Nobel (http://t.co/UuLRfiqH) Tim Parks seems at least now to have read more of Tranströmer: http://t.co/gMhS8VX7 Nov 30, 2011
  • My 4 year old son just spontaneously described himself as "arty farty". Seems there's already no hope for him. Nov 30, 2011
  • New edition of 'A Land' with a Rob Macfarlane intro is published in 2012: http://t.co/Bo8Ggzlm. I wrote about it here: http://t.co/uCsUFQ8Q Nov 30, 2011
  • Just been to the Richter exhibition and the last painting is just like the final frames of that @jacquesperconte video I posted today. Nov 30, 2011
  • New post on the landscape films of @jacquesperconte http://t.co/1S1WjMF8 Nov 30, 2011
  • Well, no mention of land art in Andrew Graham-Dixon's American Art programme. But perhaps we didn't need another pilgrimage to Spiral Jetty. Nov 28, 2011
  • Brett Van Ort photographs the effects of landmines on the preservation of natural landscapes: http://t.co/SYrXKaSe Nov 27, 2011
  • 'Tree' (2009) by Tania Kovats at the Natural History Museum http://t.co/6mohSKGr Nov 27, 2011
  • And for my 1001th tweet a found poem by Lavinia Greenlaw in which language echoes the process of tidal accretion: http://t.co/ojljFn7R Nov 27, 2011
  • For my 1000th tweet a recommendation: Caught by the River - a website and collective endeavour: http://t.co/ZSwBLBBG (@tweetbytheriver) Nov 27, 2011
  • 'Before us, the great expanse; above, the blue serene' - new post on the coast of Britain http://t.co/QtBxkhL1 Nov 26, 2011
  • Eating pizza and watching Scooby Doo on CBBC with my sons - The Ramones' 'Rockaway Beach' has just been on the soundtrack. Bliss. Nov 26, 2011
  • Robert Macfarlane's books of the year (including 'The Ground Aslant'): http://t.co/np49nkGr. Nov 26, 2011
  • Just watched David Gladwell's 'Requiem for a Village'. The BFI Flipside DVD includes a short essay by @polyalbion. Nov 25, 2011
  • Julian Bell in the latest @LondonReview on Claude’s 'matchless understanding of the way sunshine diffuses'... http://t.co/2xTdWvry Nov 25, 2011
  • Clutag Press (publishers of 'Archipelago') have a new blog: http://t.co/2ot7pXkA Nov 22, 2011
  • Sad to hear about Paul Motian. Never tire of 'Sunday at the Village Vanguard' and 'Waltz for Debby'. Nov 22, 2011
  • An interview with Harriet Tarlo about her anthology of radical landscape poetry: http://t.co/J68qcm06 Nov 21, 2011
  • RT @newscientist: Herschel may have changed how Turner painted the sun http://t.co/TrLE8uK4 #ScienceMeetsArt Nov 21, 2011
  • John Constable described Brighton as the off-scouring of London, its beach Piccadilly by the sea. But he loved 'the breakers and the sky'. Nov 20, 2011
  • New post on the language of rivers: http://t.co/EF9DzlJG Nov 19, 2011
  • Today, a haircut. I always have one when I start to look too much like Andrew Graham-Dixon. Nov 18, 2011
  • Nice article about 'Song to the Siren' http://t.co/xDdH7VkB. But no mention of the Alec Finlay / Chris Watson version: http://t.co/iHBehoMr Nov 18, 2011
  • Wonderful sight: Mary Wollstonecraft on the Houses of Parliament http://t.co/ZK9oFKem Nov 16, 2011
  • 'A chilling meditation on the relationship between architecture and nature' - Cyprien Gaillard at the Pompidou: http://t.co/Jc9PKXlJ Nov 15, 2011
  • @PD_Smith Thanks for the RT. Wasn't sure whether to call her a hero or a heroine. Opted for the former. Nov 15, 2011
  • On a landscape theme, here's an article on Mary Wollstonecraft in Norway by a member of the Mary on the Green campaign: http://t.co/Yokj9Dlz Nov 15, 2011
  • Our local hero Mary Wollstonecraft will be projected onto the Houses of Parliament tomorrow: http://t.co/onkjuiEL Nov 15, 2011
  • I enjoyed this documentary on the Barnes Foundation last night: 'Storyville: The Billion Dollar Art Heist' http://t.co/ZwwEsfi1 Nov 15, 2011
  • Latest post is for my Dad who maintains, possibly just to annoy me, that Betjeman is more significant than Benjamin. Nov 13, 2011
  • New post on the landscape in Michael Taussig's Walter Benjamin essay: http://t.co/FUohZJfn Nov 13, 2011
  • "An almost 'platonic' ideal of the body of water as it navigates the landscape" - Andreas Gursky's expensive 'Rhein II' http://t.co/UCHnRw2o Nov 12, 2011
  • 'On 'Landscapes' she scopes a stunning scene of tucked, Gurley-esque drum programming and astro-planing synth washes': http://t.co/eqvAuzOf Nov 12, 2011
  • Always liked Lucretius (first read him at university because of Calvino's '6 Memos'). Now I can't stop listening to Sun Araw's 'Lucretius'. Nov 11, 2011
  • Apparently the next Iain Sinclair book will feature William Gibson guiding him around Malcolm Lowry's Vancouver. Nov 11, 2011
  • Talking earlier to Gareth Evans (of the excellent Go Together Press) about the next Iain Sinclair book which will be on a 'global scale'... Nov 11, 2011
  • And I liked the way Will Gomperz poked fun at John Humphys' antediluvian views on art in discussing @TCMargate today: http://t.co/8XvgMS19 Nov 11, 2011
  • I've still not been to the Turner Contemporary @TCMargate but will definitely be going to their Hamish Fulton show: http://t.co/Ccc73Gaj Nov 11, 2011
  • Lots of minimalist poetry and landscape artist books at the Small Publishers Fair: http://t.co/7CNcLOoD Good to see friends there. Nov 11, 2011
  • RT @itsolivia: For those of you sitting behind a desk, your mind drifting to the woods: http://t.co/tpzxScMa Nov 11, 2011
  • Great to read @Goblinmerchant interviewed in the Evening Standard today. He has a brilliant website here: http://t.co/4mL16mHl Nov 10, 2011
  • On last night'sTerje Isungset ice music @lsostlukes: http://t.co/GiPi9n0C Nov 09, 2011
  • Just back from seeing Terje Isungset in concert. Intrigued by the ice instruments - after it was over I got to hold a shard of his ice. Nov 08, 2011
  • I'm off to Bath tomorrow, setting for 'The Ruin': 'Wrætlic is þes wealstan, wyrde gebræcon / burgstede burston, brosnað enta geweorc...' Nov 07, 2011
  • A "preview-collage" of 'Bridges', a project involving improvisers reacting to field recordings made at Dutch bridges: http://t.co/UdM2N33N Nov 06, 2011
  • Interview with Alessio Ballerini including discussion of the Roma Soundscape Project: http://t.co/WXfgs45f Nov 06, 2011
  • New post on the experimental Norwegian landscape artist (and real estate developer) Peder Balke: http://t.co/qYwpBFG3 Nov 06, 2011
  • I'm looking forward to seeing Terje Isungset play his natural instruments on Tuesday at St Luke's: http://t.co/v5RG8OE1 Nov 06, 2011
  • 'Tranströmer seems to hang over this landscape with a gimlet eye that sees the world with an almost mystical precision' http://t.co/nSkCz5Ej Nov 05, 2011
  • Listening to Sun Araw's new album 'Ancient Romans'. I wonder if @chiggi has heard it? Or Mary Beard? No mention of it on her blog. Nov 04, 2011
  • Shin Joong Hyun refused to sing in praise of S Korea's president and instead recorded 'Beautiful Rivers And Mountains' http://t.co/vu1i7x53 Nov 04, 2011
  • RT @theretronaut: New Capsule: Panoramic Maps of Italian Cities, 1704 - http://t.co/MJKmIMbW Nov 04, 2011
  • Excellent collection of sound art and field recording links on Scoop.it by @CherylTipp http://t.co/8Ehs4ANh Nov 04, 2011
  • 'The grandest mountain prospect that the eye can range over is appointed to annihilation.' New post: http://t.co/qYwpBFG3 Nov 04, 2011
  • Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful. Or unbreakable - my new purchase lasted 6 days :-( Nov 03, 2011
  • Wilderness books now ruminate on how it has been altered and diminished by human tools and patterns of consumption: http://t.co/SEQiKD17 Nov 03, 2011
  • The hanging raindrops/ Have not dried from the needles/ Of the fir forest/ Before the evening must/ Of Autumn rises - Monk Jakuren / Rexroth Oct 29, 2011
  • Request from a friend of mine to please spend 3 minutes here http://t.co/hDFaNyV1 for a short survey on falconry. Oct 29, 2011
  • In case not clear that last tweet was referring to 'Anticipatory history' edited by Caitlin DeSilvey, Simon Naylor & Colin Sackett Oct 28, 2011
  • How stories we tell about ecological & landscape histories can shape perceptions of plausible environmental futures: http://t.co/PKcA3xgd Oct 28, 2011
  • Claude's paintings 'possess the highest truth, but no trace of reality' - Goethe. New post on Claude @AshmoleanMuseum: http://t.co/qYwpBFG3 Oct 28, 2011
  • It isn’t feelings about the Romantic landscape you share, but feelings about being alone in a bare room -Peter Campbell http://t.co/eEGk7wdh Oct 28, 2011
  • Videos and collages based on landscape prints from the Victorian age of discovery: Salvatore Arancio - http://t.co/avuinOlD Oct 27, 2011
  • As I was in the Ashmolean, their curator, the former child actor Jon Whiteley, was giving a talk on Claude. He had his audience captived. Oct 27, 2011
  • Took the day off today and headed up to Oxford for the Ashmolean's Claude exhibition. There'll have to be a blog post on this... Oct 27, 2011
  • I'm enjoying the Beta version of the @sfencyclopedia. The original 1979 edition is probably still the most well-thumbed book in my library. Oct 27, 2011
  • I had a meeting with a politician this week who has this view of Cader Idris on his wall: http://t.co/6gP7yr8R Oct 26, 2011
  • "A setting such as this is delightful, and just right for erotic fiction" - new post: http://t.co/qYwpBFG3 Oct 26, 2011
  • Ending the weekend by listening to Lawrence English's 'The Peregrine' and re-reading this great review by @MattPoacher: http://t.co/hAiXDwlM Oct 23, 2011
  • John Mullan's 10 literary cliffs: http://t.co/EGOM5M8A (via @guardian). Sadly no mention of Su Shi and The Red Cliffs. Oct 23, 2011
  • A short post on the Ben Rivers film 'Two Years at Sea', which I went to see at the NFT on Friday: http://t.co/qYwpBFG3 Oct 23, 2011
  • 'We rise upon the earth as wavelets rise upon the ocean' - William James Oct 22, 2011
  • Turner to a lady who said she'd never seen anything like his painting in nature: 'Very likely not, madam, but don't you wish you had?' Oct 22, 2011
  • RT @frieze_magazine: Tom Morton on George Shaw: Walter Benjamin once asked ‘is not every spot of our cities the scene of a crime?’ http: ... Oct 21, 2011
  • Excellent new exhibition: 'Painting Canada: Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven' @DulwichGallery - http://t.co/qYwpBFG3 Oct 21, 2011
  • Tomas Tranströmer in a short film by Neil Astley and Pamela Robertson-Pearce: http://t.co/aUKiqZyE Oct 20, 2011
  • Good to see Wang Wei in at No. 3! One of my favourite books. Adam Thorpe's top 10 English translations: http://t.co/r0hp36EC via @guardian Oct 19, 2011
  • Just booked my ticket for this W. G. Sebald celebration http://t.co/bPKr0iEc (thanks to @terrypitts for the tip-off on his excellent blog.) Oct 19, 2011
  • New post on the landscape music of Toshio Hosokawa: http://t.co/qYwpBFG3 Oct 16, 2011
  • My paragraph on the echoing landscape of Lesbos reminded me of @BLDGBLOG speculating on reefs as musical instruments: http://t.co/g26MNdbm Oct 16, 2011
  • Will Self took a core-sample of the city’s hinterland and found 'that the Great Wen had indeed metastasised': http://t.co/QXepFONq Oct 15, 2011
  • A new post on Daphnis and Chloe: http://t.co/qYwpBFG3 Oct 15, 2011
  • Gosh, I see I've now written posts mentioning 942 different artists and writers on landscape, from Abbas to Zhuang Hui: http://t.co/swULxP0I Oct 14, 2011
  • 'The Proust of the western seaboard, a Ruskin of the isles' - @briangdillon on 'Connemara: a Little Gaelic Kingdom': http://t.co/0YzsjxKg Oct 14, 2011
  • Reading @thewiremagazine article on W. G. Sebald and the music of Christoph Heemann, whose album 'The Rings of Saturn' has been re-released. Oct 12, 2011
  • Tacita Dean's Tate film cutting nightmare http://t.co/IO0glbxJ As the Bunnymen once said, Spare us the cutter, couldn't cut the mustard... Oct 10, 2011
  • 'tongues in trees, books in the running brooks, sermons in stones and good in every thing' - life in the Forest of Arden ('As You Like It') Oct 10, 2011
  • Sitting in his study by the sea Cicero wrote: 'I amuse myself with books, of which I have a goodly store at Antium, or I count the waves...' Oct 08, 2011
  • 'To go out and walk far in the forest': the imagery of Tomas Tranströmer: http://t.co/qYwpBFG3 Oct 07, 2011
  • RT @thewiremagazine: New blog post on The Mire: Nathan Budzinski on Glenn Gould & the Real North (of Canada): http://t.co/brqKsb4S Oct 07, 2011
  • Just been re-reading this post about Tranströmer on my blog - forgotten I'd written it! http://t.co/u1fQ4s4l Oct 07, 2011
  • Can't understand why Tim Parks didn't take the trouble to read him before writing this silly piece: http://t.co/UuLRfiqH Oct 06, 2011
  • Obviously very pleased that Tomas Tranströmer won the Nobel Prize, given the way he writes about landscape. Oct 06, 2011
  • 'I come upon the tracks of deer's hooves in the snow. / Language but no words.' - Tomas Tranströmer. Nobel Prize winner tomorrow?? Oct 05, 2011
  • "There is something wrong with the world" if people don't like Claude anymore: http://t.co/UVkhj9Qs. I've always stood up for him. Oct 05, 2011
  • Rob Chapman's biography of Syd Barrett draws interesting parallels with John Clare, e.g. in 1982 Syd walked all the way home from London... Oct 05, 2011
  • Britain's best bookshops: http://t.co/P98FFQsm. Someone has already nominated my favourite, Much Ado Books in Alfriston. Oct 04, 2011
  • @HelenJMacdonald you're on telly! Just switched it on and there you are talking about tawny pippets Oct 03, 2011
  • A new post on Andrew Greig's book 'At the Loch of the Green Corrie': http://t.co/qYwpBFG3 Oct 02, 2011
  • 'Sometimes it turns dry and the leaves fall before they are beautiful' - a poem by William Carlos Williams Oct 02, 2011
  • Schama says Dean is 'that unfashionable thing – a connoisseur of anomaly, a visual archaeologist of modern relics' - 'fashionable' surely? Oct 01, 2011
  • Schama on Dean's 'Banewl': 'Cows, birds, grass, lighthouse, sea and, as light breaks afresh, a cocky rooster straight out of La Fontaine… ' Oct 01, 2011
  • Tacita Dean talks to Simon Schama in the FT (via @frieze_magazine): http://t.co/kDihJuuw Oct 01, 2011
  • 'Supreme and celestial...' - listening here to Stereolab's 'Mountain'. Sep 30, 2011
  • A microphone on a window overlooking the ocean at Boston Harbour, transmitting sound into her home studio continuously: http://t.co/qYwpBFG3 Sep 30, 2011
  • Iain Sinclair speculated that Procter and Gamble's bone-boiling detergent factory might well be Carfax Abbey, Dracula's London destination. Sep 30, 2011
  • I like the fact that Roger Luckhurst's new edition of 'Dracula' for Oxford World's Classics includes an endnote referencing 'London Orbital' Sep 30, 2011
  • RT @ASLE_US: California "Nature Dreaming," public radio series of California landscape #literature and commentary: http://t.co/IVDBIMsO Sep 26, 2011
  • A sunny day in Greenwich and a new post on the latest @capefarewell exhibition at the National Maritme Museum: http://t.co/qYwpBFG3 Sep 25, 2011
  • Seen in Norfolk - more WW2 tree planting (as in my post on The Larches of Zernikow) http://t.co/ZPIikuhi Sep 25, 2011
  • Nicholas Lezard on the new edition of 'The Living Mountain' by Nan Shepherd http://t.co/hcG4wZ5D (via my Mum, who spotted this today). Sep 24, 2011
  • Just popped in on the poetry publishers fair in Exmouth Market. Some great stuff, although no sign of Carcanet. Managed to stay my hand. Sep 24, 2011
  • Cultural geography: a new post on David Jones' poem 'The Anathemata': http://t.co/qYwpBFG3 Sep 23, 2011
  • Pierre Sauvageot's Harmonic Fields project, a participatory landscape of wind-activated musical instruments, @BLDGBLOG: http://t.co/jkpzrODD Sep 23, 2011
  • Tacita Dean is in the October @artreviewcom magazine. Haven't read it but had a quick look at W H Smith's at Crewe Station last night. Sep 21, 2011
  • Norman MacCaig on Hugh MacDiarmid (1962): 'when he goes hunting / he aims at a bird and / brings a landscape down.' Sep 20, 2011
  • 'Landscape is my religion' - Norman MacCaig. I'm reading his poems now on the long train journey home from Glasgow' Sep 20, 2011
  • 'A stage set-up for the Sunday supplement voyeur': Richard Hamilton's 'Soft Pink Landscape': http://t.co/qYwpBFG3 Sep 17, 2011
  • Inspired by J A Baker I've just been watching a heron, but I was sitting on a park bench sipping a latte, so not sure I'm quite there yet. Sep 16, 2011
  • I've now added a link to 'The Falcon and the Hawk' in the comments here: http://t.co/K1Tp62Yl. Sep 16, 2011
  • @HelenJMacdonald just listened to it - great stuff. Was imagining you speaking into one mic while Tim dinged a little bell into the other... Sep 15, 2011
  • Samuel Palmer saw his landscape in "the intense purifying separating transmuting heat of the soul’s infabulous alchemy” http://t.co/cxphazge Sep 14, 2011
  • Four of those poets are in Harriet Tarlo's 'Radical Landscape Poetry' anthology (http://t.co/Z4KEEiI4). The odd one out is Tobias Hill. Sep 14, 2011
  • In the @nationaltrust mag Ian McMillan recommends 5 landscape poets: Tobias Hill, Mark Goodwin, Carol Watts, Colin Sims, Harriet Tarlo Sep 14, 2011
  • Dreaming of an artificial mountain... http://t.co/YkqoCYo, via @pruned Sep 14, 2011
  • A vertical Rhine panorama from 1909: http://t.co/2ssfMY8. The first Rheinpanorama was published in 1811 by Elisabeth von Adlerflycht. Sep 13, 2011
  • RT @hackneymarshman: @Some_landscapes You might be interested... I write about how music distorts & enhances walks through Hackney Marsh ... Sep 13, 2011
  • 'Soft Pink Landscape' (1980) by the late Richard Hamilton: http://t.co/5Y1Pb8w Sep 13, 2011
  • I'll soon be in 'Hackney South', altering my sense of place. Idea: culturally defined constituencies... guess I'd be in 'Sinclair Country'. Sep 13, 2011
  • With so much cross-cultural activity centred on Baker's 'The Peregrine', I think we need an event like @ArteventsUK's W.G. Sebald weekend. Sep 13, 2011
  • More on 'The Peregrine': a review by @MattPoacher of the new Lawrence English album inspired by Baker's book: http://t.co/Q8FWLz8 Sep 13, 2011
  • New post on landscape and the music of Chou Wen-chung: http://t.co/aMEViOv Sep 11, 2011
  • New post on J.A. Baker's 'The Peregrine', the landscape of Essex, and a new play by @HelenJMacdonald: http://t.co/aMEViOv Sep 10, 2011
  • I wonder if Jonathan Jones will be paying a visit to the Roni Horn show. He really hated her 2004 exhibition. http://t.co/fNu2WvN Sep 09, 2011
  • Popped into the new Roni Horn exhibition today. I really liked the multi-part sculpture that you can see here: http://t.co/6IwMtqz Sep 09, 2011
  • @PeterAinsworth Yes I am really looking forward to the John Martin @Tate. Two articles on him in the new Tate Etc magazine. Sep 09, 2011
  • If you like the Gregory Euclide landscape on Bon Iver's latest album, there are more here: http://t.co/MhAU6ge Sep 08, 2011
  • On the second installment of The High Line in New York, which includes the Chelsea Thicket and the Wildflower Field: http://t.co/75ckR1L Sep 08, 2011
  • Hiroshi Sugimoto's large-scale images from original negatives by Fox Talbot, e.g. 'Roofline of Lacock Abbey': http://t.co/Bpx3Jus Sep 08, 2011
  • Ah BBC4 and red wine: @Lucy_Worsley saying "Regency rakes", Turner vs Constable and a burst of Velvet Underground on the soundtrack. Sep 08, 2011
  • ‘You are the Weather, Part 2’ and 'To Place' volume 10 - new work by the very wonderful Roni Horn at Hauser & Wirth: http://t.co/Qi4Bsqm Sep 08, 2011
  • Water, flowers, clouds encoded as literary signs of an imaginary world... Great diagrams: http://t.co/MFsho8N Sep 06, 2011
  • @HelenJMacdonald - so your Peregrine play is finished? V excited. I bet it has the quivering intensity of an arrow thudding into a tree... Sep 04, 2011
  • Rimbaud's prose poems in 'Illuminations' are set in landscapes of the imagination 'from which logic has been tossed aside' - Charles Rosen. Sep 04, 2011
  • RT @PD_Smith: RT @physicus: My bit of Vauxhall Gardens / Erasmus Darwin detective work, if you didn't catch friday http://t.co/4OHenQN & ... Sep 04, 2011
  • RT @nybooks: David Hockney’s latest contraption mounts 9 cameras on a car to make moving collages, Martin Gayford writes @TechReview htt ... Sep 02, 2011
  • New post in which I BLAST First England and curse its climate for its sins and infections: http://t.co/aMEViOv Sep 02, 2011
  • Pleased to see that one of this country's best-dressed cultural geographers has finally succumbed and joined Twitter. Sep 01, 2011
  • Budapest plans a regular art exhibition on a lake: http://t.co/OHAmbOS. Must be other possibilities, e.g. art floating down the Thames. Sep 01, 2011
  • Interview with Gary Snyder from June - now retired but working on two books and taking care of the forest: http://t.co/heaZiuh Aug 30, 2011
  • New post in which Persius and Pindar are viewed as distantly relevant to landscape: http://t.co/aMEViOv Aug 29, 2011
  • Thanks to Graham King, planning guru and author of 'Mobility - Anarchic Thoughts' for that last link. Aug 29, 2011
  • Mobility and memory: essays on Place and Placelessness in America at The New Atlantic: http://t.co/0PfCBk4 Aug 29, 2011
  • A melancholy post on a garden dedicated to the theme of death: http://t.co/aMEViOv Aug 28, 2011
  • A week in Norfolk listening to wind, waves and wood pigeons. But now starting to miss the police sirens of Hackney... heading home tomorrow. Aug 26, 2011
  • Wife keeps guffawing in an undignified way at 'Westwood', the newly reissued Stella Gibbons novel. Aug 23, 2011
  • Poland's mysterious crooked forest: http://t.co/dluPk5O Aug 22, 2011
  • RT @BibliOdyssey: From the BibliOdyssey archives: The Pleasure Garden http://t.co/LeNn99M Aug 20, 2011
  • 'I shall no longer resist the Passion growing in me for Things of a natural kind...' Shaftesbury embraces 'the Wilderness itself', 1709. Aug 19, 2011
  • We're off to Poppy-land - 'Waves of scarlet blossoms ... set against the sparkle of the North Sea in high summer' http://t.co/XM1c6mp Aug 19, 2011
  • RT @Tate: "The landscape became a process of healing, so I could forget about wars & revotutions..." New @tateshot on Don McCullin http: ... Aug 18, 2011
  • William Blathwayt's early C17 garden at Dyrham Park had an 'outdoor library' with bookstands in wickerwork arbours. Sounds great. Aug 18, 2011
  • On the beach my son was talking to the sea like a little Guillevic, but I don't recall Guillevic calling it an "overgrown glass of water." Aug 18, 2011
  • Reading @thewiremagazine Sept edition - there's a piece on the environmental sound artist Jana Winderen. Aug 17, 2011
  • New short post on the Back Bay Fens - basically quotes the excellent Anne Whiston Spirn (not much added value from me). http://t.co/7KFnvAL Aug 17, 2011
  • New post on landscape theory http://t.co/7KFnvAL Aug 16, 2011
  • Stuck in the Lego shop. Quite like the look of this though... http://t.co/Aha9WLc Aug 15, 2011
  • To Bloomsbury mecca Charleston this afternoon. I think the terrifying attendants sniffed me out as a non-believer - told me off twice. Aug 14, 2011
  • Watched the BBC4 doc on David Nash 'Force of Nature'. A good survey with up to date reports on 'Ash Dome' and 'Wooden Boulder'. Aug 14, 2011
  • A 'jumble of Greek philosophy, French Cartesianism and American parks' - Bruno Latour on 'nature' Aug 13, 2011
  • St Andrews, the first town documented by photography: http://t.co/T20kdUj Aug 13, 2011
  • Enjoying the Bloomsbury murals at Berwick church in Sussex http://t.co/mdMVgdZ Aug 13, 2011
  • RT @bldgblog: I've just posted a bunch of installation photos from the Landscape Futures exhibition at the Nevada Museum of Art. Aug 11, 2011
  • 'Green Sussex fading into blue, With one grey glimpse of sea...' We're off to Brighton tomorrow for seascapes, rest and my mother's cooking. Aug 11, 2011
  • And if you're in Oxford this Autumn there is 'Claude Lorrain: The Enchanted Landscape' at the Ashmolean. Aug 09, 2011
  • If you're in Madrid this summer you can see 'Roma. Naturaleza e Ideal. Paisajes 1600-1650' at the Prado. Aug 09, 2011
  • I see @MargaretAtwood is tweeting about 'The Peregrine'. I suspect like me she's excitedly awaiting @HelenJMacdonald's radio adaptation. Aug 08, 2011
  • Dylan inspired Hard Rain display at Kew Gardens http://twitpic.com/62epim Aug 07, 2011
  • 'The Ley Hunter's Companion' - two 'synthesiser and sequencer trips over the summer countryside': http://t.co/9wuiDMt Aug 07, 2011
  • RT @cityofsound: Unknown Fields Division Part I: Chernobyl Exclusion Zone http://t.co/YVg4JxA via @Domusweb Aug 07, 2011
  • Maybe it's just as well I won't spend time on this... It has at least been interesting looking back at old posts. http://t.co/QwG2o1D Aug 06, 2011
  • Oh dear - I've just realised that Dipity limit you to 150 events (unless you pay for the premium service), so the current timeline is it. Aug 06, 2011
  • New post on Peder Balke's journey to Finnmark - an excuse to show off screenshots of the new map and timeline - http://t.co/7KFnvAL Aug 05, 2011
  • Van Gogh's 'Wheatfield with Cypresses' growing on a billboard http://twitpic.com/60acwz Aug 03, 2011
  • Charles Simic on postcards: http://t.co/JAOuKzj. I still send them, so I guess that last paragraph describes people like me. Aug 03, 2011
  • W G Sebald's 1974 travelogue about East Anglia, “which clearly prefigures Die Ringe des Saturn“ to be published: http://t.co/EYpKyCQ Aug 03, 2011
  • My blog timeline now stretches from Sargon II's park at Ninevah (715 BCE) to Hamish Fulton's Everest ascent (2009): http://t.co/QwG2o1D Aug 02, 2011
  • "Landscape really is and always has been a depiction of a psychological space, often of psychological cataclysm." - Brian Eno Aug 02, 2011
  • RT @bldgblog: Meet the robot drawing a full-scale map of "an imaginary city" into the surface of the Peruvian desert: http://t.co/Jm6N1nC Aug 01, 2011
  • Calm flat sea today at Mersea Island http://twitpic.com/5y87bd Jul 30, 2011
  • Lengthy Guardian article on Edward Thomas and Robert Frost: http://t.co/PfKfaOU Jul 30, 2011
  • My blog now has a scalable timeline and map for a selection of entries: http://t.co/QwG2o1D Jul 30, 2011
  • I've just had the idea of doing a timeline for my blog posts: http://t.co/QwG2o1D. I rather like this! Jul 29, 2011
  • Thomas Struth exhibition @_TheWhitechapel is well worth seeing. Empty city streets, dense jungles, art pilgrims, scientific installations... Jul 29, 2011
  • 'Mountainscapes' @destinationout - http://t.co/ncNdiBJ Jul 29, 2011
  • New post on pillow-words in Japanese poetry, pillow shots in Ozu and environmental sounds on the ear/OAR label: http://t.co/7KFnvAL Jul 28, 2011
  • RT @guardiannews: Tate Britain commissions artwork by Patrick Keiller http://gu.com/p/3vqvg/tf Jul 28, 2011
  • Noon Thaw... settings of Tomas Tranströmer poems - http://t.co/hcLmzfB 'Jag stöter på spåren av rådjursklövar i snön. Språk men inga ord.' Jul 28, 2011
  • The end of Art is as serious as that of all other beautiful things – of the blue sky and the green grass, and the clouds and the dew -Ruskin Jul 28, 2011
  • W. S. Graham reads his moving tribute to Peter Lanyon, 'Thermal Stair', and other poems here: http://t.co/tWdjgp4 Jul 25, 2011
  • 18th century zograscope prints of cityscapes and gardens by GB Probst - a nice new post @BibliOdyssey: http://t.co/CUH9cn6 Jul 24, 2011
  • 'With Our Backs to the City', 'These Walks Saved Us', 'The Weather Is Not Your Friend'... Epic 45's album 'Weathering': http://t.co/6pB1bJ9 Jul 23, 2011
  • RT @theretronaut: New Capsule: Postcards from Pre-Communist Russia - http://tinyurl.com/3r8y3ey Jul 23, 2011
  • RT @PD_Smith: "To hear a nightingale and other birds is mighty divertising": Pepys on Vauxhall Gardens. Me on a wonderful new history ht ... Jul 23, 2011
  • 'It is good to collect things, but better to go on walks' - Anatole France Jul 23, 2011
  • The sort of thing that may appeal to @BLDGBLOG: sinkholes around the world http://t.co/JKayboZ Jul 22, 2011
  • Managed to work in a reference to 'O Donald Trump, Woe Donald Trump': http://t.co/a7zCNj8 Jul 22, 2011
  • New post on 'The Rider on the White Horse', a compelling story on the theme of land reclamation. http://t.co/7KFnvAL Jul 22, 2011
  • Forests, Rocks & Torrents @NationalGallery 'approachable, aesthetically easy and make no irksome intellectual demands': http://t.co/M45F7oc Jul 21, 2011
  • Listening to my old Pere Ubu records this evening. I'd forgotten how many use cityscape photos on the sleeves: http://t.co/1RqNJyR Jul 19, 2011
  • I am now being likened to V Woolf's Mr. Ramsay for my cautious approach to outings and weather. But I see nothing wrong with indoor games. Jul 17, 2011
  • Commenting on my post about windows I mention Virginia Woolf and George Formby, both revered figures in our house (though not by me). Jul 17, 2011
  • 'I used to think that Rome must be like the clouds moving above me, with wonderful mountains and ravines going down to the blue sea...' Jul 16, 2011
  • That last post led me on to another one, describing a Rome that never was http://t.co/7KFnvAL Jul 16, 2011
  • Richard Skelton has an exhibition based on 'Landings' at the Douglas Hyde Gallery in Dublin http://t.co/tH9hxYe Jul 16, 2011
  • Exploring W G Sebald: Writing, Landscape and Memory - Jo Catling, Daniel Medin and Geoff Dyer in Edinburgh, 29 August: http://t.co/FX4llk8 Jul 16, 2011
  • New post on the view from the window: http://t.co/7KFnvAL Jul 15, 2011
  • Tim Richardson was on the Today programme @BBCr4today this morning talking about political landscape gardening. Jul 13, 2011
  • Landscape poet Peter Riley features in The Guardian's poem of the week: http://t.co/i8efHp7 (via @PASSENGERFILMS) Jul 12, 2011
  • New @pruned post on a hole to the other side of the world: http://t.co/PetXRRz. My sons got 4 ft of the way there digging on Southwold beach Jul 12, 2011
  • Heard a good 'Night Waves' piece on the new Stanley Spencer / Capability Brown landscape exhibitions. A review here: http://t.co/6MH5Sdf Jul 12, 2011
  • A pleasant surprise to read @bldgblog in @thewiremagazine on Stunned Records' handmade cassette covers. Jul 11, 2011
  • 'I swept the gallery clean of the straw that had fallen off these visceral, apocalyptic landscapes' Ben Lewis on Saatchi http://t.co/yajhPlD Jul 10, 2011
  • A new post on James Wright's 'The Branch Will Not Break' http://t.co/7KFnvAL. A couple more Wright-related posts to come I think... Jul 08, 2011
  • 'I renounce the blindness of the magazines. / I want to lie down under a tree.' - James Wright, 1963 Jul 05, 2011
  • RIP Cy Twombly, whose 1959 'Poems to the Sea' I talked about here: http://t.co/KeOm3zE Jul 05, 2011
  • Just enjoying my friend Roman's Folio edition of 'Walden' http://twitpic.com/5knlsu Jul 03, 2011
  • A “stained-glass window of words”: a new post on John La Farge and the sun's afterglow: http://t.co/7KFnvAL Jul 01, 2011
  • The new @JANUSZCZAK series on Impressionism July 15th: http://t.co/eXgTbUI. Told my Mum who said "I hope he won't be wearing his shorts." Jul 01, 2011
  • RT @ronsilliman: Gary Snyder reading at Berkeley: http://bit.ly/jUTbNe Jun 29, 2011
  • 'These Islands, We Sing: An Anthology of Scottish Island Poetry' launched tonight - http://t.co/NlLXmz1 Jun 28, 2011
  • Lying under the trees in Epping Forest. Just asked my 4 yr old son what we should do here. He said "pretend we've got a computer". Jun 26, 2011
  • New post on Gideon Koppel's film 'sleep furiously': http://t.co/7KFnvAL Jun 25, 2011
  • 'Ana Mendieta may have written her name on the earth in disappearing ink, but she did it so well that we can't erase it' http://t.co/KbQpnin Jun 25, 2011
  • It was good to see Gareth from @ArteventsUK last week. There's a review of the Louise Ann Wilson 'Fissure' project here: http://t.co/QUHh9Mb Jun 24, 2011
  • New post on blue distances... http://t.co/7KFnvAL Jun 24, 2011
  • RT @nybooks: In Meek’s Cutoff the landscape, frightening and beautiful, is the star of the show. http://bit.ly/iEdhSh Jun 23, 2011
  • The 'On the Road' app http://t.co/akPwxWN sounds great, but I remember a happy weekend aged 18 painstakingly making my own map of the novel Jun 22, 2011
  • The search for a resonant space - forest, cliff, tunnel, industrial wastelands... then Keiji Haino found an old quarry: http://t.co/BRMlj4n Jun 22, 2011
  • Spent Friday in a building where someone had pinned up in the window that lovely phrase of Patrick Geddes’s - “By Leaves We Live” Jun 19, 2011
  • The preparation of the landscape becomes the spectacle... @BLDGBLOG on the bridge that is 'Waiting for the River' http://t.co/TZFiTQa Jun 19, 2011
  • @HelenJMacdonald you certainly left me clueless. Jun 17, 2011
  • The text of received emails transformed into atmospheric landscapes by Sergio Albiac (via @VisuellePoesie) http://t.co/yMg3jlo Jun 16, 2011
  • A night drive from Thanet to Jodrell Bank: intriguing new selection from 14 tracks: http://t.co/80uxwCf Jun 15, 2011
  • Sadly missed 'The London Parambulator' last night - too knackered by work and my son, who probably needs to be read this http://t.co/VrAEANQ Jun 15, 2011
  • 'The London Permabulator' is being screened by @PASSENGERFILMS with @fugueur tomorrow at the Roxy Bar & Screen. I'm hoping to go if I can. Jun 13, 2011
  • @HelenJMacdonald - yes it's my birthday on Thursday, so if you're around you can buy me a drink! Jun 10, 2011
  • Just bought my tickets for Glasgow next week where I'll be discussing environmental writing (and celebrating my birthday). Jun 10, 2011
  • Patrick Leigh Fermor has died. I'd always hoped the words at the end of 'Between the Woods and the Water' would come true: 'To Be Concluded' Jun 10, 2011
  • 'The music of stones, paths of shared footmarks, sleeping by the river's roar' - Richard Long Jun 10, 2011
  • A new post on Richard Long and Giuseppe Penone at Haunch of Venison: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Jun 10, 2011
  • Watch the buildings of New York take off and resettle on Mars in 'Plan of the City' by Joshua Frankel: http://vimeo.com/23282730 Jun 09, 2011
  • Just watched an interesting programme on the unnatural landscape of the Serengeti: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b011s4k0#synopsis Jun 09, 2011
  • New post on clouds at http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ - includes a cloud harp, a cloud building and clouds as weapons... Jun 08, 2011
  • RT @thewiremagazine: Richard Skelton's collaboration w/ Autumn Richardson, *AR: Wolf Notes, is now streaming online for free: http://bit ... Jun 06, 2011
  • Disorientated on Dunwich Heath. My 4 yr old just said "I don't like Nature Daddy" http://twitpic.com/56v2x1 Jun 04, 2011
  • The old weird Britain... http://twitpic.com/56u0ua Jun 04, 2011
  • Evening, Dunwich Beach - listening for ghosts... http://twitpic.com/55z9gw Jun 02, 2011
  • Off to Suffolk tomorrow. Wife is re-reading Sebald. We'll head for Dunwich Heath and may look for great molluscs washed ashore at Covehithe. Jun 01, 2011
  • Yesterday I went to see Richard Long and Giuseppe Penone at the Haunch of Venison. I'll do a post on this when I next have a spare moment... Jun 01, 2011
  • "The ha-ha now doubles as the orchestra pit" - Garsington Opera's new pavilion inspired by kabuki theatres: http://t.co/iLfCERQ May 31, 2011
  • Struggling with the ketchup bottle at lunch @Tate I ended up splattering the stuff all over my sons' plates - a kind of tribute to Joan Miró May 29, 2011
  • 'I don't think it makes sense to give more importance to a mountain than to an ant' - Joan Miró May 29, 2011
  • After watching Barcelona last night it seemed fitting today to head for the Joan Miró exhibition @Tate: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ May 29, 2011
  • 'One of the first ever non-places is surely the garden lawn...' @the_eco_thought on @kpunk99 - http://ecologywithoutnature.blogspot.com/ May 29, 2011
  • RT @chiggi: Ian Hamilton Finlay show at Victoria Miro is tremendous. An intellectual rigour that's almost rebarbative; a metallic poetic ... May 28, 2011
  • Landscape were the 12th least influential band of all time: http://bagrec.livejournal.com/183013.html May 27, 2011
  • Just turned off 'Thought for the Day' and now reading brilliant sequence of Ballard quotes tweeted by @ballardian... May 27, 2011
  • Also in the Standard, a brief review of George Shaw at the South London Gallery: http://t.co/FZm01hg May 26, 2011
  • Richard Long's exhibition at the Haunch of Venison opening... He's now using blue pigment from China. Interview here: http://t.co/H1QZt5a May 26, 2011
  • New post on my TV watching this week... http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/. Includes a picture of Will Self. May 21, 2011
  • 'Well, I wish I was on some Australian mountain range ... I got no reason to be there, but I imagine it would be some kind of change...' May 21, 2011
  • A 1957 Jack Kerouac haiku: 'May grass -- Nothing much To do' May 20, 2011
  • Frustrated that I'm always too self-conscious to read poetry on the tube. Took some Peter Riley yesterday but just couldn't do it. May 20, 2011
  • RT @bldgblog: "One of the most rich and diverse rock art provinces of the world" will be flooded by a dam in Pakistan: http://is.gd/ZYP60e May 19, 2011
  • The Arenig school and British Modernist landscape painting: http://bit.ly/lpcgDN (via @frieze_magazine ) - TV programme on in 18 mins May 18, 2011
  • Thought the contributors were generally good - Will Self was on talking about Hampstead Garden Suburb. Others inclued Nic Roeg & John Virtue May 17, 2011
  • Just watched 'This Green and Pleasant Land: The Story of British Landscape Painting': http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01173pk May 17, 2011
  • My latest post includes a tortoise flying over Venice and a couple 'squirming like a sea anemone': http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ May 15, 2011
  • By the way, I have been told that she was thinking of calling that book 'Ouse Afraid of Virginia Woolf'. May 15, 2011
  • 'To the River: A Journey Beneath the Surface' by Olivia Laing: review http://t.co/vP9490W and her wild spring: http://t.co/yxf2azh May 15, 2011
  • 'Savage Grandeur and Noblest Thoughts: Discovering the Lake District, 1750-1820' - new exhibition, Jenny Uglow review: http://t.co/IXP0jW0 May 14, 2011
  • I'll be getting in the mood to support the underdogs this afternoon by re-reading Charles Tomlinson's Stoke poems May 14, 2011
  • SF stars' favourite SF novels: http://bit.ly/kqz3KV. Some memorable landscapes in 'Hothouse', 'Left Hand of Darkness', 'Roadside Picnic'... May 14, 2011
  • Wondering if there should be more sculpture floating in the ocean - a new post on sea boulders: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ May 13, 2011
  • Beautiful vapour trails over Stoke Newington today http://twitpic.com/4wz3r9 May 13, 2011
  • Well with Blogger still down I'm afraid you'll have to wait for my exciting new post on floating boulders... May 13, 2011
  • “An occult communion with the British landscape” @polyalbion review http://nyti.ms/llt6lU - 'The resulting agrarian noise thrills Mr. Young' May 13, 2011
  • 'The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes' - Marcel Proust May 12, 2011
  • Yesterday we went down to see 'Land' installations @southbankcentre - see my new post here: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ May 09, 2011
  • RT @ScotiaB - 1890s photochromes of the Norwegian landscape http://t.co/34sK4l9 via @heydaysstudio May 09, 2011
  • The UK Green Film Festival (@UKgreenfilms http://fb.me/PrDmSNPo) will be showing Joe Cornish's 'With Landscape in Mind' http://bit.ly/ko4yKw May 07, 2011
  • New Yorkers can attend a new opera based on Italo Calvino's 'Invisible Cities': http://www.invisiblecitiesopera.com/ May 07, 2011
  • Natural soundscapes @southbankcentre - http://bit.ly/gTjcNP. Various other landscape-related free events are on there at the moment. May 07, 2011
  • 'Endless Summer’s thalassic ‘field recordings’ introduce a kind of aporia to the phenomenon of high-definition media.' Via @frieze_magazine May 06, 2011
  • Fennesz’s 2001 'Endless Summer' - 'inspired both by the natural sonorities of the sea and the classic surf-pop lexicon' http://bit.ly/mnzlNS May 06, 2011
  • New short post on the rocky arch in art, with reference to Salvator Rosa: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ May 06, 2011
  • US edition of @polyalbion http://electriceden.net due out. Will US readers be as shocked as me at the thought of a nude, pagan Toni Arthur? May 05, 2011
  • From 'Landscape and Memory' to 'Locative Feminism', an experimental geography reading list: http://bit.ly/iAatta (via @concretepost) May 04, 2011
  • 'Landscape With Dog Shit Bin' (2010) - painter George Shaw has made the 2011 Turner shortlist (via @chiggi) May 04, 2011
  • You could easily do a league table from the database of classical figures - loads of Dianas, quite a few Daphnes, only one Dionysus... May 03, 2011
  • At this early hour I see from the aforementioned database that there are 31 sculptures entitled 'Dawn' (also one called 'Dawn of Womanhood') May 03, 2011
  • New sculpture database online covering Britain 1851-1951: http://bit.ly/jStsYG (via @beardedroman) May 03, 2011
  • RT @ballardian: A Zardoz future, perhaps... RT @GreatDismal: 25 Abandoned Yugoslavia Monuments that look like they're from the Future ht ... May 03, 2011
  • Language is 'the very voice of the trees, the waves, the forest' - Maurice Merleau-Ponty, 'The visible and the invisible' May 02, 2011
  • 'The landscape appeared to have eyes, and it appeared to be closing them' - new post on Robert Walser: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ May 01, 2011
  • The garden of forking paths... William Kent's design at Rousham is reputed to have over 1,000 possible garden circuits. May 01, 2011
  • RT @Goblinmerchant: Paul Talling's new book follows London's Lost Rivers: http://www.londonslostrivers.com/ Apr 30, 2011
  • Thought I'd never get this post done without it being deleted... Bill Brandt's 'Literary Britain': http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Apr 30, 2011
  • Quite a long piece on Eric Ravilious in today's Guardian: http://t.co/Nhmhrs8 Apr 30, 2011
  • Essential reading: Will Self's critique of 'Aerotropolis': http://j.mp/jQXiKy (via @cityofsound) Apr 30, 2011
  • Nice Marije de Haas infographic of @capefarewell participants' 'wellness' in the environment (via @the_eco_thought): http://bit.ly/cobKOx Apr 30, 2011
  • RT @JANUSZCZAK: Didn't like the forest in the cathedral. Westminster Abbey at wedding time is no place for Caspar David Friedrich. #arth ... Apr 29, 2011
  • The trees are nice. Could do with more trees, fewer celebs. Apr 29, 2011
  • 'She is from, and she is of, the ancient wetland' - Kate Middleton and the sacred, erotic landscape of Wiltshire: http://t.co/zKfysew via Apr 28, 2011
  • Thomas Joshua Cooper talking on video about his photographs: http://t.co/txTv0Dd Apr 27, 2011
  • Volunteer for Hamish Fulton's Slowalk (In support of Ai Weiwei) @Tate http://bit.ly/dJTVkL (hopefully less arduous than his Everest ascent) Apr 27, 2011
  • Today, inspired by Robert Macfarlane's 'The Wild Places of Essex' we visited the bluebell woods of Billericay: http://t.co/oorSlZj Apr 25, 2011
  • We've just booked a long weekend at Dunwich in early June. Yes, it'll be back to Sebald country... hope I don't get lost on Dunwich Heath. Apr 25, 2011
  • One blue moment, Norsey Wood http://twitpic.com/4pbzjt Apr 25, 2011
  • Rambling With W. G. Sebald in East Anglia - http://nyti.ms/e03pWU (via @terrypitts) Apr 24, 2011
  • Bluebells at Kew Gardens pretty spectacular today http://twitpic.com/4of6cd Apr 23, 2011
  • A new post on the sound of stones: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Apr 23, 2011
  • Wim Wenders photographs: 'Places, Strange And Quiet' http://t.co/sbtowaJ - one for @PASSENGERFILMS Apr 23, 2011
  • There's a Red House over yonder... Saw Morris's Bexleyheath home yesterday http://twitpic.com/4nzyc8 Apr 22, 2011
  • A new post on music and landscape drawing on Rob Young's book 'Electric Eden': http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Apr 22, 2011
  • I was going to do a new post this evening but have just accidentally deleted it and am now too dispirited to continue... Apr 18, 2011
  • RT @ballardian: Listening to the fabulous Sound Sweep audio project, 'combining acoustic ecology, pirate radio and urban cartography': h ... Apr 18, 2011
  • Just one more @guardian link: Judith Schalansky on remote islands http://t.co/skgduy2 (see also my recent post: http://bit.ly/gv1j2Y) Apr 16, 2011
  • 'Herzog was one of the first film-makers to dare to reimagine romantic landscape' - excellent article by @harikunzru: http://t.co/umvZkHK Apr 16, 2011
  • @HelenJMacdonald - yes - it took you 24 seconds to retweet that. I timed it. Apr 16, 2011
  • Among "the most interesting poets currently writing" according to Rob Macfarlane is @HelenJMacdonald... Apr 16, 2011
  • Excellent review by Robert Macfarlane of Harriet Tarlo's radical landscape poetry anthology 'The Ground Aslant': http://t.co/ttRVW7X Apr 16, 2011
  • Just been to the fabulous Much Ado bookshop in Alfriston and picked up 2nd hand Folio edition of William Daniell's 'Voyage Round the Coast'. Apr 15, 2011
  • The South Downs today look like a Ravilious painting. Except the bright yellow rape fields which look added with a highlighter pen. Apr 15, 2011
  • That last quote was Paul Valéry on Corot. My Corot landscape posts are here: http://bit.ly/fEL13b Apr 15, 2011
  • “From the animated earth, from tree and bush, from buildings and all the daylight hours he knows how to draw a magic that approaches music.” Apr 15, 2011
  • Rather than focus on Corot the landscapist, “L’Armoire secrète” shows him as a painter of unassuming, solitary figures: http://bit.ly/g4mUXg Apr 15, 2011
  • Rough seas... a new post on the excellent Susan Hiller exhibition @Tate: http://bit.ly/dL0fM0 Apr 13, 2011
  • @HelenJMacdonald nice idea but they wouldn't allow cameras. The first rule of nature writing fight club is that you do not talk about it. Apr 13, 2011
  • Just woke from a strange ecodream in which I was watching prominent nature writers lose televised bare knuckle boxing bouts Apr 13, 2011
  • Spent a hauntological morning yesterday in the Susan Hiller show @Tate. Liked her J-Street project (see video here: http://bit.ly/g4Ujur). Apr 12, 2011
  • There's an interactive guide to Lisbon http://lisbon.pessoa.free.fr/ based on Fernando Pessoa's unpublished guidebook (discovered in 1980s) Apr 11, 2011
  • @robertcurgenven No it is more a meditation on maps than a compendium of vanishing places like this - http://www.100places.com/en/ Apr 10, 2011
  • As it's too sunny to be on the computer, just a short new post on Judith Schalansky's 'Atlas of Remote Islands' http://bit.ly/gv1j2Y Apr 10, 2011
  • Plywood caricatures with empty head-holes for tourists likened to nature poems that trivialise history & nature: Jacket2 http://t.co/xWgv6kt Apr 09, 2011
  • 'The noble simplicity in the works of nature only too often originates in the noble shortsightedness of him who observes it' - Lichtenberg Apr 08, 2011
  • The aquatic equivalent of a Hudson River School landscape, Edward Moran's 'The Valley in the Sea' (1862): http://bit.ly/hOl8Tk Apr 08, 2011
  • Shackleton and Vengeance Tenfold have collaborated on Sonic Journeys, where artists respond to specific landscapes: http://bit.ly/gmxxvF Apr 08, 2011
  • Like land art from the air... the reservoirs of Libya @pruned: http://bit.ly/fmIiTm Apr 08, 2011
  • Mexican landscapes painted by Father Ignacio Tirsch circa 1762: http://bit.ly/fFHGr7 Apr 08, 2011
  • New post on contemporary Chinese artists, water control projects and the Maoist cult of swimming: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Apr 07, 2011
  • This year's Peter Zumthor-designed Serpentine Pavilion will contain a contemplative garden by Piet Oudolf http://t.co/42Z5369 via @guardian Apr 04, 2011
  • A huge forest xylophone plays Bach http://j.mp/hsOXr6 (RT @pruned) Apr 03, 2011
  • 'My concern is with the rhythms of nature, the way the ocean moves' - Jackson Pollock Apr 03, 2011
  • Lift graffiti bpNichol landscape http://t.co/YH3jQiY (via @christianbok) Apr 02, 2011
  • J G Ballard on Desert Island Discs: http://bbc.in/g7gXJp. His luxury was a unicycle (I think I remember hearing this one). Apr 01, 2011
  • Amazed to see only 5 people have ever chosen Velvet Underground songs on Desert Island Discs, and one of those was John Cale. Apr 01, 2011
  • Desert Island Discs archive: http://bbc.in/fmKXzm. Some landscape paintings have been chosen as luxuries: Constable, Turner, Bruegel, Palmer Apr 01, 2011
  • Concrete Islands - a Ballardian exhibition in Paris, 9-17 April: http://bit.ly/geuT6h Mar 30, 2011
  • 'To paint a landscape truly, I must first uncover the geological lie of the land' - Cezanne Mar 28, 2011
  • These are probably the best photographs of a saline, endorheic rift lake I've seen all day: Salton Sea by Jim Lo Scalzo http://t.co/UQc8FaH Mar 25, 2011
  • 'What we call the sound of rain or wind we could better call the sound of plant leaves and branches' - Francisco López (via @bldgblog) Mar 25, 2011
  • Soundscape ecology: @bldgblog post on a not-so-new discipline - http://bit.ly/ii6pz4 Mar 25, 2011
  • Literary landscape of the Highlands and Islands: http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/literary-landscapes/about.jsp Mar 25, 2011
  • New post on the Boston Public Library collection of fore-edge paintings: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Mar 25, 2011
  • New post on Coleridge, the Wordsworths and the 'majestic' falls of Cora Linn: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Mar 24, 2011
  • RT @ballardian: "The body of Elizabeth Taylor, on thousands of cinema hoardings and advertisements, & the movie screen itself, is a real ... Mar 24, 2011
  • Couldn't resist another Richard Skelton post (http://bit.ly/hzkeBv) after reading @thewiremagazine and listening to 'Landings' on the train. Mar 20, 2011
  • Interesting piece on Yann 'Earth from the Air' Arthus-Bertrand http://t.co/GLZClMH - his large-scale photos are now on display in 154 cities Mar 20, 2011
  • I met @eddyvanmourik and his amazing landscape tattoo: http://bit.ly/hVni7z. Would get one myself but I don't really have the arms for it... Mar 20, 2011
  • Have stopped reading and gone for a walk, in pursuit of the 'real'... http://twitpic.com/4b2k55 Mar 19, 2011
  • Been at the John Cage art exhibition in Glasgow. It includes Ryoanji & Thoreau inspired drawings and the New River Watercolour series. Mar 17, 2011
  • RT @christianbok: Watch a musician play a tree—(via @boingboing): http://j.mp/fqy0Wq Mar 16, 2011
  • Anyone interested in landscape and memory should read the excellent Richard Skelton interview in @thewiremagazine this month. Mar 15, 2011
  • RT @lrbshop: Tonight at the bookshop, Paul Farley and Michael Symmons Roberts will be discussing their new book on the 'edgelands': http ... Mar 15, 2011
  • RT @50WattsDotCom: Archives: The Great Northern Wasteland: Prints from China http://bit.ly/fuEgZf Mar 14, 2011
  • Basho described Matsushima as most beautiful place in Japan. @harikunzru tweets that it's devastated, but hope here? - http://bit.ly/hokztV Mar 14, 2011
  • @PASSENGERFILMS littoral, liminal, terminal. Mar 12, 2011
  • 'The Ground Aslant': some radical landscapes - new post http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Mar 11, 2011
  • The sun set in the sea; the same odd sun / rose from the sea, / and there was one of it and one of me -Elizabeth Bishop http://bit.ly/eAgnp9 Mar 09, 2011
  • Elizabeth Bishop paintings, including a Brazilian landscape: http://bit.ly/eAgnp9 (RT @nybooks) Mar 09, 2011
  • Those still thirsty for information about the W G Sebald activities at Snape recently should read @kpunk99's piece in the new Sight & Sound. Mar 08, 2011
  • City of Ruins: a new 3D film that 'documents the shocking sea of rubble that Warsaw was reduced to during World War II' http://bit.ly/egCcht Mar 07, 2011
  • A short post on landscape and love: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/2011/03/morning-sea.html Mar 05, 2011
  • STC 'silver-fillets come out of clouds and glitter in every ravine of all the mountains, and the hail lies like snow...' http://t.co/93WlmTD Mar 05, 2011
  • RT @ballardian: Rick Poynor: "The Secret History of the Edgelands" http://bit.ly/ewBQAc Mar 05, 2011
  • A colourless new post on grisaille landscapes: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/. Quotes from a story by my favourite writer... Mar 04, 2011
  • For the 2012 Cultural Olympiad, artist Anthony McCall will spin an artificial, mile high tornado in Liverpool (@pruned) http://bit.ly/dR07ca Mar 04, 2011
  • 'Lanyon's Last Flight' now on the iPlayer: http://www.bbc.co.uk/i/yyg27/. Archive recordings and interesting reflections from his sons. Mar 04, 2011
  • @PASSENGERFILMS Thanks for #FF, drinks, talk about radical landscape poetry and getting me my copy of the 'The Ground Aslant'. Mar 04, 2011
  • Radical landscape poetry: The Ground Aslant (http://bit.ly/fAUCtI) book launch is tomorrow evening, 7.30pm, Swedenborg Hall, WC1A 2TH Feb 28, 2011
  • RT @ballardian: According to @llull, user 'Kosinki' on YouTube is none other than Chris Marker! Dig it: http://bit.ly/gclN7o Feb 26, 2011
  • Visited Waltham Abbey yesterday, where Harold II buried & 'London Orbital' started. Saw 4 bored men kicking a ball at the old cloister wall. Feb 25, 2011
  • 'Lanyon's Last Flight' - new documentary on Peter Lanyon by Michael Bird next Tuesday - http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00yyg27 Feb 25, 2011
  • New post on 'Romantic Moderns' by Alexandra Harris. http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Feb 24, 2011
  • Sean O'Hagan on Sohei Nishino's obsessive cartography - 'like medieval or renaissance maps of modern cities' - http://t.co/DxHztYk Feb 24, 2011
  • 'The stars on the pond; / Again the winter shower / Ruffles the water.' - Sora Feb 22, 2011
  • Views of London after global warming: http://www.postcardsfromthefuture.co.uk/ Feb 21, 2011
  • Thanks for the praise @hillpoems and @gacougnol. The excellent @PD_Smith has just linked to this, on 'Edgelands': http://bbc.in/fAZ8eM Feb 20, 2011
  • @PASSENGERFILMS I've not yet read 'Edgelands' but as I grew up on the edge of Brighton that last chapter sounds interesting. Feb 20, 2011
  • @PASSENGERFILMS There are lots of wonderful sad Japanese poems about the coast at Suma. Maybe beyond your scope? Feb 20, 2011
  • RT @PASSENGERFILMS: The always fantastic @Some_landscapes makes us all feel jealous for not getting to the Aldeburgh films and talk http ... Feb 20, 2011
  • RT @fugueur: Edgelands by Paul Farley and Michael Symmons Roberts - review by Robert Macfarlane http://t.co/O8kOXgQ via @guardian Feb 19, 2011
  • London's Edgelands and the deep topography of Nick Papadimitriou - new post: http://bit.ly/dUT312. Ballard, Iain Sinclair, Russell Brand... Feb 19, 2011
  • ‘Hypnagogic pop and the landscape of Southern California': http://frieze.com/issue/article/music4 (not much on landscape but a nice article) Feb 19, 2011
  • Horror over David Miliband's art: http://bit.ly/aLnn2R. (Gordon Brown, or @SarahBrownUK, liked Ian Hamilton Finlay - http://bit.ly/gcRmTy). Feb 19, 2011
  • Zachary Mason and @BLDGBLOG on 'Lost Books of the Odyssey' and its use of the archipelagic landscapes of ancient Greece: http://is.gd/KeP0CV Feb 16, 2011
  • Portals and Parallels... Boomkat have a nice Ghost Box compilation: http://14tracks.com/ Feb 16, 2011
  • 'Reticence is a kind of shade, the foliage around a sacred grove' - Thomas A. Clark Feb 16, 2011
  • George Shaw interview: http://gu.com/p/2nxdj/tw - now doing watercolours, he says Payne's grey is "the colour of English rain". Feb 13, 2011
  • 'Landscapes of the Mind': Alexandra Harris and Olivia Laing will be talking about Virginia Woolf at Charleston in May: http://bit.ly/e14dhh Feb 12, 2011
  • Ariane Banks had breakfast with Patti Smith. We were in that hotel - my wife said hello to PS at the breakfast bar... I just sat awestruck. Feb 10, 2011
  • Ariane Banks (FT) on the W G Sebald and landscape events at Snape: http://bit.ly/eoncwm. Feb 10, 2011
  • Photographs of trees that are really mobile phone masts: http://bit.ly/6xjKpB. Spotted on http://www.deconcrete.org/ (via @BLDGBLOG). Feb 10, 2011
  • RT @PD_Smith: Ruin, Space, and Shadow: great @bldgblog interview with Mike Mignola http://bit.ly/eK4Frn Feb 09, 2011
  • Wow... Richard E. Strassberg's wonderful anthology 'Inscribed Landscapes' is available here: http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft2m3nb15s/ Feb 06, 2011
  • Apparently Paul Sandby added crumbs from his burnt breakfast roll to watercolours - http://t.co/a06C0fo. Looking fwd to the new @Tate show. Feb 05, 2011
  • New post on Sebald, Snape and Patti Smith http://bit.ly/gE6gjH. Could say more if there's interest (e.g. Grant Gee had a good kebab story). Feb 05, 2011
  • Just read @terrypitts on Sebald & Snape... I will write about it on my blog but no time yet - nothing but work and stress since I got back Feb 03, 2011
  • Domenichino's National Gallery landscape frescoes are among the first works up on Google Art Project: http://goo.gl/dVjC8. Feb 02, 2011
  • John Stezaker show at the Whitechapel http://bit.ly/f8cDo4. His 'Masks' incorporate landscape postcards, e.g. this: http://bit.ly/h9ktUL Feb 01, 2011
  • @bldgblog yes I'll be posting about the Sebald weekend when we get back to London. Jan 29, 2011
  • I've just seen Patti Smith performing W G Sebald's poetry describing Albrecht Altdorfer's art. It doesn't get much better than that... Jan 29, 2011
  • @ballardian He didn't like Sebald writing inaccurately of the clearance by fire of Dunwich Heath - not respecting true history of the place. Jan 29, 2011
  • At the 'After Sebald' Symposium in Snape. Richard Mabey talk on landscape has just finished - he was quite critical of The Rings of Saturn. Jan 29, 2011
  • The sea at Aldeburgh http://twitpic.com/3u7ypg Jan 28, 2011
  • Heading to Suffolk tomorrow for a weekend of melancholia. Here's a nice 'Rings of Saturn' Sebald map: http://barbarahui.net/litmap/ Jan 27, 2011
  • 'A Midsummer Night's Dream might still be the answer to everything' - Suffolk poet R F Langley has died: http://bit.ly/ftpZpX Jan 27, 2011
  • Stuart Jeffries and Grant Gee discuss 'Patience (After Sebald)': http://bit.ly/hL1yJV Jan 26, 2011
  • @ArteventsUK - Yes we'll be at Aldeburgh - staying two nights so will be there for Patti Smith... Jan 25, 2011
  • Re-reading 'The Rings of Saturn' and remembering how much I loved it... Looking forward to 'Patience (After Sebald)': http://bit.ly/gxXs2b. Jan 24, 2011
  • Robert Macfarlane on the way Francis Towne's watercolours enchanted Eric Ravilious with 'dreams of ice and light' - http://bit.ly/egkr7R Jan 24, 2011
  • Great post on sonic spatialisation (RT @bldgblog) - Bill Fontana, C19 church bells, the Toronto music garden etc: http://is.gd/flrUJV Jan 22, 2011
  • Dennis Oppenheim, conceptual and occasional land artist, RIP. Saw him talk @Tate two years ago: http://bit.ly/ftRfpT Jan 22, 2011
  • Patti Smith interviewed http://bit.ly/flHT96. I finished reading 'Just Kids' ahead of going to her Sebald 'After Nature' show next Saturday. Jan 22, 2011
  • Nice post by @BibliOdyssey on Frederik de Wit's 'Stedenboek' (book of cities): http://bit.ly/gFPirO Jan 21, 2011
  • From the canyons to the stars... a new post on Messiaen, including an anecdote about a cake: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Jan 21, 2011
  • @the_eco_thought - thanks for the mention... Jan 20, 2011
  • Eduardo Chillida's 'monument to tolerance', a huge cubic cave carved into Mt Tindaya, will risk environmental damage: http://bit.ly/eEybVn Jan 20, 2011
  • RT @alexrossmusic: Ivan Fischer brings a tree onstage for Beethoven's Pastorale: http://tiny.cc/54otd Jan 18, 2011
  • A new post on the mind landscape of Xie Youyu: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Jan 15, 2011
  • So sad to hear about Trish Keenan. Here she is singing 'Winter Now': http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=we3uPdZWBto Jan 14, 2011
  • Our local theatre has a new Rebecca Lenkiewicz play about Turner: http://www.arcolatheatre.com/?action=showtemplate&sid=453 Jan 11, 2011
  • From arctic field recordings to hypnagogic suburban tours: ten landscape music highlights of 2010: http://bit.ly/e244T2 Jan 10, 2011
  • Like my new @Tate land art calendar: http://twitpic.com/3oftqk Jan 09, 2011
  • 'They have a Wordsworthian timelessness...' - nice article by Margaret Drabble on Fay Godwin's landscape photographs: http://bit.ly/eYnhCa Jan 09, 2011
  • Woke to the sounds of a storm this morning. The sky was like Félix Vallotton's 'Orage Venant, Les Andelys' - http://t.co/ryj7d8c Jan 08, 2011
  • New post on Venetian views and theatrical scene painting - the NG Canaletto show is on for 1 more week. http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Jan 07, 2011
  • 'The UK’s landscape is a strange phenomenon' - interview with Patrick Keiller in @frieze_magazine http://bit.ly/gBquNp Jan 07, 2011
  • 'Hyperbolic utopias': Ben Rivers' film 'Slow Action' explores the biogeography of islands created by rising sea levels: http://bit.ly/e6dhYt Jan 05, 2011
  • @bldgblog do you know when the Gopher Hall talking starts? Is it 6.30? Or later on sometime? Sadly some of us still working at 6.30... Jan 05, 2011
  • Would love to be able to go to see Peter Lanyon @Tate_StIves - I wrote some thoughts on his glider paintings here: http://bit.ly/cZaqZv Jan 05, 2011
  • New post on the Chris Watson documentary in which he visits @TheWiredLab and listens to the wind in the wires http://bit.ly/zViO1 Jan 03, 2011
  • RT @ballardian: Two great articles by Will Viney - the past (Romantic) & future (Ballardian) of ruins porn: http://bit.ly/fNJ4Zl | http: ... Jan 03, 2011
  • There were definitely some colours I've never even seen before in Gauguin's paintings @Tate Modern. Sunday evening viewing's very civilised. Jan 02, 2011
  • New year, new profile picture (not that new...) Jan 02, 2011
  • The frozen lake at Kenwood. Great winter landscape this morning. http://twitpic.com/3mc0lk Jan 02, 2011
  • New post on the larches at Zernikow - trees found to have been planted in the shape of a swastika: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Jan 02, 2011
  • Jean Sibelius 'once baffled a group of Finnish students by giving a lecture on the overtone series of a meadow.' http://bit.ly/gRMQw0 Jan 01, 2011
  • New @briangdillon piece on Tacita Dean: http://t.co/uyShKaf. Her new film might have involved landscape if she'd not missed the pear harvest Jan 01, 2011
  • One of the excellent @alexrossmusic audio guides is devoted to the landscape-inspired music of John Luther Adams: http://bit.ly/b1II08 Jan 01, 2011
  • 'Like everything Sade undertook, including his orgies, his remodeling program was lavish and fastidious' -more at Salon http://bit.ly/fAvdvV Dec 30, 2010
  • The Marquis de Sade was a passionate landscape gardener, creating a labyrinth of evergreens and groves of quince, cherry, almond & pear. Dec 30, 2010
  • 'Fra Angelico's essays in light' - new post http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ #arthistory #landscape Dec 29, 2010
  • James Elkins is always interesting. His 'Chinese Landscape Painting as Western Art History' is reviewed here http://bigthink.com/ideas/25243 Dec 29, 2010
  • RT @writershouses: Thomas Hardy's home to be opened to the public for first time: http://bit.ly/ezjgAC Dec 29, 2010
  • Golden landscapes - a new post on Fra Angelico: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Dec 28, 2010
  • Jem Finer & Chris Watson have made soundscapes to accompany @NationalGallery landscape paintings (Monet, Constable): http://bit.ly/fZzjrk Dec 28, 2010
  • I popped by the @NationalGallery for Canaletto and His Rivals http://bit.ly/aN8y9A - wonderful. Now we need a fuller Francesco Guardi show. Dec 28, 2010
  • I was pleased when Denis Dutton praised my blog (http://bit.ly/ajZ1BB) - sad he won't now do the extra work on his hypothesis he mentioned. Dec 28, 2010
  • Denis Dutton, author of 'The Art Instinct', has died http://bit.ly/fN4JY1 (via @philosophybites - see http://bbc.in/fKkV0Y) Dec 28, 2010
  • New post on the field recordings and sound art of Toshiya Tsunoda - http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Dec 27, 2010
  • Other 2011 shows with a landscape interest include Watercolour and John Martin (Tate Britain), Richter (Tate Modern), Group of 7 (Dulwich) Dec 26, 2010
  • Looking up what's on in London next year. The NG has 'Forests, Rocks, Torrents: Norwegian and Swiss Landscapes from the Lunde Collection' Dec 26, 2010
  • 'It is easy to construct a landscape out of a mass of disorderly lines, but disorderly sounds cannot be made into music' - Lichtenberg, 1770 Dec 25, 2010
  • A Christmas morning post: Theodora Stanwell-Fletcher in the wilderness of British Columbia - http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Dec 25, 2010
  • Roger Fry on England: ‘the trees have collected gloomy inky shadows round them and I want clear-cut shapes and colours’ http://bit.ly/g8RraT Dec 24, 2010
  • RT @christianbok: Watch them fly a remote-controlled drone through the cityscape of Manhattan—(a science project, made of awesome…): htt ... Dec 23, 2010
  • We've been making papier maché wrestlers with old copies of the New York Review - Luc Sante article used for a bicep, Zadie Smith a thigh. Dec 23, 2010
  • A church built from a snowfall - Masolino's depiction of the foundation of Santa Maria Maggiore: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Dec 23, 2010
  • Immerse yourself in wind sounds and distant birdsong: Toshiya Tsunoda's field recording "Tallgrass #6" @thewiremagazine http://t.co/xSBP5MU Dec 22, 2010
  • My book of the year - 'The Hare With Amber Eyes' by Edmund De Waal. Such a pleasure, you feel bereft when it's over. Dec 20, 2010
  • Judith Schalansky’s 'Atlas of Remote Islands: Fifty Islands I have not visited and never will' sounds brilliant: http://bit.ly/hDQ98v Dec 18, 2010
  • My landscape flavoured tribute to Captain Beefheart: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ #beefheart Dec 18, 2010
  • 'Steal softly thru sunshine / Steal softly thru snow / The wild goose flies from winter /Breaks my heart that I can`t go.' - Don Van Vliet Dec 18, 2010
  • New post on Ivor Gurney and his memories of the Gloucestershire landscape: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Dec 17, 2010
  • Some nostalgic, pastoral, hauntological propaganda films: 'Country Town', 'Lowland Village', 'Market Town' etc: http://www.timeimage.org.uk/ Dec 14, 2010
  • A brief new post on the forthcoming Harriet Tarlo radical landscape poetry anthology: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Dec 13, 2010
  • How the Dead Sea went from Wordsworthian to Ballardian landscape in comments on my Shehadeh post: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Dec 13, 2010
  • New post on Raja Shehadeh's 'Palestinian Walks', with some Michel Tournier magical realism thrown in - http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Dec 12, 2010
  • @the_bananafish thanks - glad you like it. Dec 08, 2010
  • 'December / The night / moves slowly / like a black glacier...' Alaskan poet of place Tom Sexton: http://bit.ly/hEb0Va Dec 08, 2010
  • 'Moving through a series of defamiliarised, Ballardian English landscapes' - new post on 'Radio On': http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Dec 06, 2010
  • RT @nybooks: Luc Sante: A relatively short walk in certain parts of Paris feels like a journey between epochs http://bit.ly/eZf5kJ Dec 05, 2010
  • My conker poem - http://the-road-north.blogspot.com/2010/12/15-dunira.html Dec 04, 2010
  • Stephen Wiltshire's incredible drawings of cities: http://www.youtube.com/user/stephenwiltshire (RT @Goblinmerchant) Dec 04, 2010
  • RT @PD_Smith: "Outside it is a cold day, hard and unyielding, full of prose and harshness." Bruno Schulz http://bit.ly/goYtw7 Dec 03, 2010
  • New post on the Edinburgh city skyline, with a plea for any top tips on the purchase of binoculars: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Dec 03, 2010
  • 'The city sends up noise and fumes, and also the symbols of the day, the zeitgeist cast in shining brass and lifted skyward' -Kathleen Jamie Dec 03, 2010
  • Cities compound many versions of themselves without reconciling them - Rebecca Solnit's atlas of San Francisco: http://bit.ly/g5tga1 Dec 03, 2010
  • Just enjoyed 'The Art of Cornwall' http://bbc.in/h9kBgt . I'd have liked more Chris Stephens. Wife disagrees - thought Dr James Fox "cute". Dec 02, 2010
  • Jez riley French's five favourite sounds heard in 2010: http://jezrileyfrench-inplace.blogspot.com/ (RT @jezexploring} Nov 27, 2010
  • Interested to see @PD_Smith desk http://tiny.cc/1n3vv - with @BLDGBLOG book 2nd in his pile and on top a fave of mine: http://bit.ly/eEUXNq Nov 27, 2010
  • 'A predilection for the excessive, the elemental and the catastrophic, the pathological': Adalbert Stifter - http://bit.ly/flQ7eh Nov 26, 2010
  • Would love to attend @wonderstories http://bit.ly/go55xI but am on childcare duty so will have to follow here: http://bit.ly/8XDoyT #tws2 Nov 25, 2010
  • Map making project to reclaim Doggerland, the Mesolithic landscape under the North Sea: http://doggerland.net Nov 24, 2010
  • Thinking about my Russell Brand - Salvator Rosa comparison http://bit.ly/eNR2ke - someone should cast @rustyrockets in Rosa: The Movie Nov 24, 2010
  • "Who gazes at them, remains enchanted" - Salvator Rosa's landscape paintings: new post, http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Nov 21, 2010
  • 'It is better to tremble forgotten on mountainous ridges than to dwell in the cities' - Salvator Rosa, in his seventh satire, 'Tirreno' Nov 21, 2010
  • The English countryside ripe for revolutionary appropriation: great 'Robinson in Ruins' article by @briangdillon: http://bit.ly/9Y6dBP. Nov 20, 2010
  • "You think your haircut is distinguished, When it's a blot on the English landscape" - Mark E. Smith verse for kids: http://bit.ly/bR17eb Nov 19, 2010
  • New post on Laurence Buell and the evolution of ecocriticism: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Nov 19, 2010
  • New post on the Small Publishers Fair and Hamish Fulton's Everest book: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Nov 15, 2010
  • RT @ballardian: Compass Road, Iain Sinclair-designed watch: names of 8 writers (inc. Ballard) geographically positioned around the dial ... Nov 15, 2010
  • And a story rather reminiscent of 'Crystal World' - trees impregnated with gold: http://bldgblog.blogspot.com/2010/11/gold-is-metal.html Nov 15, 2010
  • 'The Crystal World: to J G Ballard' - Berlin exhibition of 15 artists' work related to Ballard's novel: http://bit.ly/bAPa2k RT @ballardian Nov 15, 2010
  • Bandits, blasted tree trunks and witches performing obscene rites - it can only mean Dulwich... I'm off to see the Salvator Rosa show today. Nov 14, 2010
  • RT @cityofsound: A quite brilliant evisceration of Prince Charles by Terry Eagleton. Shooting fish in a barrel but he does it well. http ... Nov 13, 2010
  • New post on Dexter Dalwood's paintings. Includes a Bellini painting and a noisy punk song: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Nov 12, 2010
  • Ian McMillan on Desert Island Discs chose 3 of my favourite songs-'Moonlight on Vermont', 'Alone Again Or' & 'Donald Where's Your Troosers?' Nov 11, 2010
  • @Matthew__Miller - thanks very much Nov 09, 2010
  • Simon Armitage back on TV tonight - 'The Odyssey' this time. But no 80s post-punk soundtrack - I was expecting at least 'Song to a Siren'. Nov 08, 2010
  • Ali Smith on Cézanne's 'The Etang Des Soeurs At Osny': http://bit.ly/dokeR2 (worth just watching the visuals while listening to, say, Satie) Nov 08, 2010
  • 'The Water Table' - more landscape poetry on my blog (plus a soupcon of phenomenology): http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Nov 07, 2010
  • New post on Re-Enchantment: Simon English, Elisabeth Bletsoe, Robin Robertson and Kathleen Jamie: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Nov 06, 2010
  • A dignified explanation of the use of hogshair brushes by landscape painters (RT @JANUSZCZAK): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dMYjaph4uNo Nov 06, 2010
  • 'I was listening, listening to the rain. I was hearing, hearing something else.' - Tom Verlaine Nov 05, 2010
  • 'Stoke Newington has a way of absorbing exoticism' -Iain Sinclair in his new essay on Springfield Park, Yang Lian and the Lea, 'Water Walks' Nov 05, 2010
  • Inspired by 'Re-Enchantment' landscape poems at the South Bank, then depressed by s l o w crowded 341 bus ride home through the rainy city Nov 05, 2010
  • Earliest watercolour of Nonsuch Palace, from whose towers Tallis's 'Spem in Alium' was first sung to the Queen: http://bit.ly/by1fzb Nov 03, 2010
  • RT @bldgblog: Beautiful hand-drawn images explore a "reforestation of the Thames estuary": http://is.gd/gA5Rt (BLDGBLOG) Nov 01, 2010
  • Am being called now to help with pumpkins, but here's a quick post on the @Tate Eadward Muybridge show http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Oct 31, 2010
  • I Muybridgized the view from @Tate - landscapes are never completely still... http://twitpic.com/32ndt7 Oct 31, 2010
  • Welcome, 100th blog follower. Not entirely sure who it is as I don't think they get listed in order of joining. More posts coming soon... Oct 31, 2010
  • Even one who claims to no longer have a heart feels this sad beauty: snipes flying up from a marsh on an evening in autumn - Saigyo Oct 30, 2010
  • Gratifying to see there are now 99 followers of http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/. The 100th will win a free landscape of their choice. Oct 29, 2010
  • @PD_Smith ta for RT. I just read Kathleen Jamie's essay 'Skylines' in her book 'Findings'. You'd love this if you haven't read it already. Oct 29, 2010
  • Just back from Paris where I spotted this sign put up by some Situationist-inspired heating engineers http://twitpic.com/31nyos Oct 28, 2010
  • 'The River' by Bill Lewis & Khan Jamal - 'shimmering minimalism' which I guess counts as landscape music: http://destination-out.com/?p=1706 Oct 23, 2010
  • New post on W.S. Merwin, Hawaii and the importance of trees: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Oct 22, 2010
  • I have been younger in October than in all the months of spring ... a month that has been to the mountain and become light there -W.S Merwin Oct 22, 2010
  • RT @FalveyLibrary: "Rambles, Sketches, Tours: Travellers and Tourism in Ireland" - beautiful new online exhibit curated by Laura Bang. h ... Oct 20, 2010
  • Skjolbrot's 'Maersk' album - a Robert Smithson-inspired archival dérive with sounds taken from walks and non-sites: http://bit.ly/bTbRmK Oct 19, 2010
  • At lunchtime a few of us downed blackberries and escaped the madness with lunch @Tate restaurant amid dreamy Rex Whistler landscape murals Oct 19, 2010
  • Albrecht Dürer, Michael Haneke, apocalypse: new post - http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Oct 16, 2010
  • 'Mapping atmospheres of sun and shadow' - Canaletto exhibition at the NG: http://bit.ly/aD9uCX Oct 15, 2010
  • @PhaidonEUROPE or anyone else - are there plans for any more Phaidon silk covered old master monographs? 4 in 2008, but none since... Oct 15, 2010
  • 'Earth-tsunamis scything across the landscape' - Persian miniatures re-posted in solidarity by @pruned http://bit.ly/ayBPfr Oct 11, 2010
  • RT @ballardian: "A Thames walk with Iain Sinclair": podcast/map for Sinclair's walking tour from Millennium Dome to Thames Barrier: http ... Oct 11, 2010
  • Edward Burtynsky's images of the BP oil spill: http://bit.ly/aZsYWd. More of his oil landscapes are here: http://vimeo.com/6823943 Oct 10, 2010
  • Soundscapes and field recording - new post on last night's @thewiremagazine Salon at @cafeoto : http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Oct 08, 2010
  • Enjoyed @thewiremagazine Salon last night on field recording. We all sat listening intently to the amplified sound of a frying egg. Oct 08, 2010
  • 'The Undiscover’d Country: W.G. Sebald and the Poetics of Travel' - @terrypitts will be posting about it here: http://sebald.wordpress.com/ Oct 05, 2010
  • RT @bldgblog: Google Earth as a "stratigraphy of moments piling up out of time," its images documenting the "frontiers of atemporality" ... Oct 04, 2010
  • Just been reading over breakfast an excellent @kpunk99 article in 'Sight & Sound' (November issue) about 'Robinson in Ruins' Oct 03, 2010
  • 'It may be clever but it is not art.' New post on 'A Galloway Landscape' and a Japanese-Celtic garden: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Oct 01, 2010
  • "Precipices, mountains, wolves, torrents, rumblings – Salvator Rosa" - Horace Walpole Oct 01, 2010
  • "Whenever he moves or speaks," marvelled a friend, "he dislocates the audience's jaws." Salvator Rosa, reviewed: http://bit.ly/b5VVuT Oct 01, 2010
  • Enjoyed @JANUSZCZAK 's Gauguin programme on BBC4 last night. I wonder if the childhood house in Lima is still in such a state. Sep 28, 2010
  • Van Gogh landscapes as 3-D models using tilt-shift photography http://is.gd/fph8s (via @VisuellePoesie, @christianbok) Sep 27, 2010
  • New post on Dorothy Wordsworth's Scottish tour: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/. I may write some more about this... Sep 26, 2010
  • The Warburg under threat: http://bit.ly/9osCvH. A wonderful place, whose open shelves 'shape and channel scholarly investigations.' Sep 25, 2010
  • 'Robinson in Ruins' is premiered at the LFF: http://www.bfi.org.uk/lff/node/493. I won't be able to leave work early enough to see this :-( Sep 25, 2010
  • Food art's not as easy as you'd think though; we got Konditor&Cook to do our Brancusi wedding cake and it was a bit crap (but tasted great) Sep 23, 2010
  • 'The Mashed Potato of the Future' - Jonathan Jones' article http://bit.ly/dqPNO6 reminded me of an earlier post: http://bit.ly/bTscXB Sep 23, 2010
  • Interior cloudscapes by Tetsuo Kondo http://is.gd/flze7 (RT @PD_Smith). Clouds floating in our house would be poetic but bad for my asthma. Sep 22, 2010
  • Some of the photos of suburban sprawl in @BLDGBLOG's article reminded me of star forts (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Star_fort). Sep 18, 2010
  • Have just been trying to push @BLDGBLOG's "The Geometry of Sprawl" up to 6th most viewed story in the New York Times: http://is.gd/ffnoz Sep 18, 2010
  • In Pollock Park Glasgow - peaceful, empty, but can hear the Pope's sound system http://twitpic.com/2oz8cv Sep 16, 2010
  • Holofernes' head and landscape - Lucas Cranach http://twitpic.com/2oz3y6 Sep 16, 2010
  • RT @bldgblog: "I began to wonder... Could I go back a hundred years and listen to New York or Paris?" @alexismadrigal on soundscapes: ht ... Sep 14, 2010
  • "Didactic plant labyrinths" in Germany - the latest takes the form of a curried sausage: http://is.gd/f7pvv (RT @BLDGBLOG) Sep 14, 2010
  • Jarvis Cocker has curated an album for @nationaltrust - 13 tracks of natural sounds recorded at Trust properties: http://bit.ly/9nFADn Sep 13, 2010
  • 'We must unhumanize our views a little' - new post on Robinson Jeffers and Dark Mountain: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Sep 12, 2010
  • The Cape Farewell ship has set sail http://www.capefarewell.com/2010expedition/. Some glamorous-looking crew members I must say. Sep 12, 2010
  • 'A flickering birch, a hazel, / A trim, straight sapling rowan' - new post on trees and Sorley MacLean: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Sep 10, 2010
  • 'I never find myself alone within the embracement of rocks ... but my spirit courses, drives, and eddies, like a leaf in Autumn' - Coleridge Sep 07, 2010
  • I'm now getting spam comments on my blog from various 'Anonymous' posters every day. Guess I have to live with it? Wish they'd go away. Sep 07, 2010
  • Enjoyed this giant leylandii story: http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2010/sep/06/huge-leylandii-plymouth-dispute Sep 06, 2010
  • RT @frieze_magazine: Serpentine Gallery Map Marathon announced: http://bit.ly/d78Nuo Sep 06, 2010
  • 'I shall go by Shining Tor, and Cat's Tor, and the Windgather rocks' - Alan Garner's 'Weirdstone' 50th anniversary site http://bit.ly/bxwvnp Sep 05, 2010
  • Sarah Turner's 'Perestroika' - 'extreme psychogeography' in the snowy wastes of Siberia - new post: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Sep 04, 2010
  • I've been fiddling around with the blogger template. Improvement? Hope so. Couldn't quite get the title to work but it'll do for now. Sep 03, 2010
  • Joni Mitchell - "They took all the trees and put them in a tree museum." Now open in Zurich: http://bit.ly/cIOcWj http://bit.ly/dh4JCo Sep 03, 2010
  • Starting to look forward to the forthcoming Salvator Rosa show at Dulwich http://bit.ly/aaOXor - opens on 15th Sept Sep 03, 2010
  • 'The greatest landscape painter in literature' - new post on Adalbert Stifter http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/. Aug 30, 2010
  • Bank holiday... Sheltering under a tree at rainswept Hampton Court Palace gardens http://twitpic.com/2jei85 Aug 29, 2010
  • 'A painting so evanescent that it is seldom viewed at all, except by some wandering deer' - new post: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Aug 28, 2010
  • AG: "It is a sublime situation ... I wanted an object that couldn't be read immediately." Sadly it's already known as "the shitting man". Aug 28, 2010
  • New Antony Gormley sculpture in Holland 'an endless landscape of brackish inland sea and the big, lowland sky' @chiggi http://bit.ly/9LXLy7 Aug 28, 2010
  • Daniel Spoerri’s sculpture park @VenetianRedBlog http://bit.ly/buwiey. The grass sofa looks as knackered as ours after a few years of kids Aug 27, 2010
  • An album of Thomas A. Clark installation photographs: http://braeprojects.jalbum.net/Tom%20Clark%20Installations/ Aug 26, 2010
  • Simon Armitage & young poets' verses will be inscribed on a trail of stones spanning the Pennine Watershed landscape: http://bit.ly/ceKbZm Aug 23, 2010
  • New post on @tate exhibition 'Francis Alÿs: A Story of Deception': http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Aug 23, 2010
  • RT @ballardian: "Did the ancients build to please the ears as well as the eyes? The controversial claims of acoustic archaeologists" htt ... Aug 22, 2010
  • Interesting post by @VenetianRedBlog - Northern Exposure: The Landscapes of David Milne bit.ly/bZcpBM Aug 21, 2010
  • My parents' house is a hauntological treasure trove. Just found here a box of early 1970s Alan Garner & Susan Cooper books. Aug 21, 2010
  • Yehudi Menuhin on a Patinir landscape from the first Puffin Annual (1974): http://twitpic.com/2fxboc Aug 18, 2010
  • I know you all read @BLDGBLOG anyway, but don't miss the new posts on acoustic gardens: http://bldgblog.blogspot.com/ Aug 17, 2010
  • 'When books are like butterflies' - @terrypitts post on a 2009 Steve Roden installation inspired by 'Bruges-la-Morte' http://bit.ly/a5iT1l Aug 17, 2010
  • "Nature writing is enjoying a renaissance. This seems to be in lieu of nature itself, which is not." Joy Williams Aug 16, 2010
  • The ancient 'Scholia' on the origins of bucolic poetry: countrymen of Syracuse singing songs in honour of Artemis - http://bit.ly/cdVKi8 Aug 16, 2010
  • Another new post, on Jean-Jacques Rousseau's solitary walks: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Aug 14, 2010
  • Another new post, this one on the electrical city soundscapes of Christina Kubisch: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Aug 13, 2010
  • Just enjoyed Oil City Confidential - R&B & industrial landscapes http://twitpic.com/2e3fnn Aug 12, 2010
  • New post (inspired by @thewiremagazine) on landscape, Flying Saucer Attack and Movietone: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Aug 11, 2010
  • New post on surveillance landscapes and Trevor Paglen's long-range telephotography of secret US bases: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Aug 09, 2010
  • In the new Wire magazine @kpunk99 likens a Chris de Burgh 'Lady in Red' sample to a Caspar David Friedrich landscape... Aug 09, 2010
  • Really nice looking Spanish/English art magazine Exit 38 on 'Silent Landscapes', but the copy I saw cost £27... http://bit.ly/baVX7w Aug 09, 2010
  • New post on Chiswick House garden: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/. Includes a clip of The Beatles doing 'Paperback Writer'. Aug 08, 2010
  • Artist Sergio Vega, inspired by Antonio de León Pinelo, located Paradise in Brazil. Now it can be seen in Birmingham: http://bit.ly/c62Qf6 Aug 06, 2010
  • Chris Watson plays The Wires, an instrument made up of fencing wire stretched across the landscape of New South Wales: http://bit.ly/cZxH0L Aug 04, 2010
  • Ringing rocks quarried in Cumbria are to be made into a percussion instrument installed at Ruskin's old home: http://bit.ly/909yNc Aug 04, 2010
  • Enjoyed 'Wild Swimming with Alice Roberts' http://bit.ly/cmN1aO, though don't recall Roger Deakin's 'Waterlog' climaxing in a skinny dip... Aug 04, 2010
  • Dan Cruickshank's history of Britain's urban public parks on BBC4 this evening: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00t9qv8 Aug 02, 2010
  • Matteo Pericoli's views of New York from the windows of the famous: http://bit.ly/9c79Mv Aug 01, 2010
  • 'In winter the snows on Incense Burner Peak...' new post on the poetic tradition of Lu Mountain: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Aug 01, 2010
  • 'Where flowers drop and waters flow' - new post on Shen Fu's records of a floating life: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Jul 31, 2010
  • Few landscapes now untouched by Antony Gormley... 100 cast iron Gormleys have been installed in the Austrian Alps: http://bit.ly/9Jpxce Jul 30, 2010
  • 'The lush blue landscape ... is an innate preference' - new post on Denis Dutton's 'The Art Instinct': http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Jul 29, 2010
  • On arriving in England J G Ballard found "the only landscape I'd come across which didn't mean anything, particularly the urban landscape" Jul 29, 2010
  • Reading updates on http://the-road-north.blogspot.com/ just now I realised I've spent more time in my life in Japan than I have in Scotland. Jul 26, 2010
  • New post on the poet-travelers Basho, Sora, Alec Finlay and Ken Cockburn http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Jul 23, 2010
  • RT @bldgblog: Sacred groves, trees that fruit machine-parts, forests growing directly into ships, the Moon Trees of Apollo, and more: ht ... Jul 20, 2010
  • The Turner Trails http://www.yorkshire.com/turner ('metropolitan types ... are the principal target' http://bit.ly/bgeEhp) Jul 18, 2010
  • Found: "nature's Rosetta Stone: the most important site in the history of British landscape painting" http://bit.ly/cOCfsz Jul 18, 2010
  • New post on Buchner's 'Lenz', inspired by seeing his 'Danton's Death' at the National Theatre last week http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Jul 17, 2010
  • New post on a recent John Barrell article contrasting topography and landscape http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Jul 16, 2010
  • A bridge in Brisbane has been named in honour of The Go-Betweens: http://bit.ly/bUHmD0 . We need more post-punk landmarks like this. Jul 15, 2010
  • 'The Future of Landscape' - good interview with Patrick Keiller, discussing 'Robinson in Ruins' and the earlier films http://bit.ly/aEsk1E Jul 15, 2010
  • 'Suburban trees, suburban speed and it smells like heaven' - pilgrimage to the landscape of the best of all rock songs: http://bit.ly/8RQ3K Jul 11, 2010
  • ‘The most perfect and profound modern landscape on the planet’ - Stockholm Woodland Cemetery http://bit.ly/2OiAs8 (thanks @romankrznaric) Jul 11, 2010
  • Central Park sound tunnel http://nyti.ms/cf2woV. Includes the “very specific envelope of dissolve” from the slamming of a hot-dog cart lid. Jul 10, 2010
  • Sewage farms and airfields as natural land-forms... Just caught up with a great Iain Sinclair article on Richard Mabey: http://bit.ly/c94Fmj Jul 09, 2010
  • 'It was very high, so high indeed that nineteen English counties could be seen beneath' - new post on Woolf's 'Orlando' http://bit.ly/zViO1 Jul 09, 2010
  • Great news about Arts Council U-turn on Dedalus Books, publishers of Meyrink, Huysmans, Grabinski... (http://bit.ly/9FCMQl RT @harikunzra) Jul 09, 2010
  • 'Landscape is a medium of exchange between the human and the natural, the self and the other. As such it is like money...' - W J T Mitchell Jul 09, 2010
  • Last night: interrupted watching rarefied Proust film Le temps retrouvé by neighbours and a stench - the sewer was leaking into our cellars Jul 06, 2010
  • Italian former publisher creates world's largest maze http://bit.ly/bGAiL3. Borges once told him it already existed and was called a desert. Jul 05, 2010
  • New post on Walt Whitman's proto-imagist three line poem, 'A Farm Picture' (1865) Jul 04, 2010
  • Lee Patterson's Elemental Fields: solid, aerial and liquid vibrations extracted from Ashford’s floodplain and woodland http://bit.ly/cLovXH Jul 02, 2010
  • Repton, Rousseau, Turner, Friedrich - Romantic gardens exhibition in NYC http://bit.ly/dpzzOO (via @BibliOdyssey) Jul 01, 2010
  • New post on mountain huts and Goethe's poem 'The Wanderer's Night Song' http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Jun 30, 2010
  • RT @liminalgeo: London's Twitter Traffic Mapped As Contoured Landscape http://tinyurl.com/2cnh3zy Jun 29, 2010
  • RT @BibliOdyssey: Browse Edward Bawden's 1923 Kew Gardens sketch manuscript from @chagandbm http://bit.ly/aTiCfG Jun 29, 2010
  • New post on the Art & Environment conference which included a preview of the new Patrick Keiller film - http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Jun 27, 2010
  • 21 Days in the Cairngorms, an interview with Hamish Fulton: http://wildlands.posterous.com/interview-with-the-artist-hamish-fulton Jun 23, 2010
  • A post I did during the last World Cup on Dutch football and landscape: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/2006/06/dutch-fields.html Jun 22, 2010
  • Rainy C19 landscape paintings - http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/jonathanjonesblog/2010/jun/22/rain-in-19th-century-art Jun 22, 2010
  • 'The open spaces of Greenland, northern winds, ravens and dogs in an icy landscape...' Jana Winderen's 'Energy Field' http://bit.ly/aX3PhB Jun 19, 2010
  • 'The Wave Sounding Sea', 'The Course of the River' - re-releases of Richard Lainhart's early Moog recordings: http://bit.ly/djlOEg Jun 19, 2010
  • New post on the landscape-influenced music of Michael Pisaro: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Jun 19, 2010
  • Iannis Xenakis’s percussion piece “Persephassa” on and around Central Park's lake, the audience listening in rowboats: http://bit.ly/dcvaAt Jun 18, 2010
  • Good @BLDGBLOG post on Roman model cityscapes http://bit.ly/99B9SQ. Geoff's latest post on the gulf spill has depressed me for the day. Jun 17, 2010
  • 'A cloud began to cover the sun slowly, wholly, shadowing the bay in deeper green. It lay beneath him, a bowl of bitter waters' #Bloomsday Jun 16, 2010
  • Chiswick House reopened today. I've always loved its landscape garden (Lord Burlington & William Kent, 1729). See http://www.chgt.org.uk/ Jun 14, 2010
  • I'll be attending the Art and Environment conference @Tate Britain later this month. Should be good. Jun 14, 2010
  • London Sound Survey's archive of historical soundscape descriptions: http://www.soundsurvey.org.uk/index.php/survey/historical/ Jun 12, 2010
  • Michael Wesely's two-year exposure photos documenting the construction at Postdamer Platz in post-reunification Berlin http://bit.ly/9PCFxB Jun 11, 2010
  • New post on Florian Maier-Aichen's apocalyptic landscapes: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Jun 11, 2010
  • RT @christianbok: They translate "The Four Seasons" by Antonio Vivaldi into beautiful, chromatic scores: http://is.gd/cL3Fn Jun 11, 2010
  • Christoph Gielen's aerial photographs of suburban land forms http://christophgielen.com/ considered at http://bldgblog.blogspot.com/ Jun 08, 2010
  • New post on the Owen Sheers anthology 'A Poet’s Guide to Britain' - http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Jun 07, 2010
  • Some Tarkovsky polaroids online: http://is.gd/cGiXt (indirectly via @BLDGBLOG, @kpunk99). My earlier comments here: http://bit.ly/afZFkw Jun 07, 2010
  • New post on three Italian Renaissance landscape drawings - Leonardo, Piero di Cosimo, Fra Bartolommeo http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Jun 06, 2010
  • "If I am to describe a fine landscape, I must be shut up indoors" - Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 'Confessions' Jun 05, 2010
  • On the train back I was reading Rousseau's 'Confessions'. The woman next to me was also reading an autobiography, that of David Essex. Jun 04, 2010
  • Just back from a week in St Ives. Always enjoy @Tate gallery there, but the best landscape is actually the view of the sea from the window. Jun 04, 2010
  • Landscape video notes by Carlos Casas - images and radio waves (not very easy on the ear...): http://www.thewire.co.uk/articles/4281/ May 26, 2010
  • Carsten Nicolai interviewed @thewiremagazine discusses science & art. Likens his approach to German Romantics, e.g. Caspar David Friedrich. May 25, 2010
  • New post on Bill Fontana's River Sounding - http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/. I've included some footage I filmed there yesterday. May 23, 2010
  • 'Away, ye gay landscapes, ye gardens of roses! ... I sigh for the valley of dark Loch na Garr' - Lord Byron May 23, 2010
  • Bright sunshine at Somerset House today - I enjoyed Bill Fontana's 'River Soundings' while my sons enjoyed getting soaked in the fountains. May 22, 2010
  • Albrecht Dürer's birthday - he would be 539 today http://bit.ly/caTt1A (via @MorganLibrary) May 21, 2010
  • Fascinating talk on Ian Hamilton Finlay and Little Sparta: http://peterfoolen.blogspot.com/2010/05/alec-finlay-talk-at-edinburgh-ii.html May 21, 2010
  • New post highlighting the magazine 'Artesian' and its articles on water and landscape: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ May 21, 2010
  • 'Guardian' piece on Ladybird book and Turner influenced landscape artist Christopher Orr - http://bit.ly/aXQPCT May 19, 2010
  • Nicely timed exhibition at Compton Verney including Icelandic volcanic art - 'Volcano: from Turner to Warhol’ http://bit.ly/9zzOTX May 18, 2010
  • My landmark 500th post! Peter Lanyon, artist as glider pilot: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ May 17, 2010
  • Today I was looking at the earliest landscape drawing in European art, Leonardo's panorama of the Arno valley, dated 5 August 1473 May 17, 2010
  • Alec Finlay and Ken Cockburn are doing their own Scottish version of 'The Narrow Road to the Deep North' - http://bit.ly/9jhkli May 16, 2010
  • You can download Joseph Wood Krutch and the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology's 1967 'Bird Songs in Literature' here: http://bit.ly/5AD4eq May 16, 2010
  • This blog http://closetcurios2.blogspot.com/ has old environmental sound recordings, e.g. Dan Gibson's 'Solitudes' series May 16, 2010
  • C18th travelers to Yellow Emperor Mountain in China had porters known as 'sea-horses' because of how they moved through the 'Sea of Clouds' May 16, 2010
  • 'A cliff so white / It stood like frozen air': new post on the landscape poems of Andrew Young - http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ May 14, 2010
  • RT @BibliOdyssey: The Evolution of the Comparative Mountains and Rivers Chart in the 19th c. http://bit.ly/byVOqo / close to my heart: h ... May 13, 2010
  • RT @touchmusic: a microsite for Chris Watson's summer installation at Kew Gardens has just been launched: http://www.whisperingintheleav ... May 12, 2010
  • Roger Deakin's Archive at UEA: http://www.uea.ac.uk/polopoly_fs/1.151935!rogerdeakinarchivelisting050510.pdf (via @terrypitts Sebald blog) May 11, 2010
  • Rem Koolhaas and OMA propose a green Europe for 2050 with new countries (I'd live in the Isles of Wind) http://bit.ly/9lBibH via @ballardian May 10, 2010
  • Caught a bit of 'The Landscape Man' last week but am not a fan of these kinds of programme. 'Guardian' review here: http://bit.ly/9X2PBK May 08, 2010
  • Jim Dwyer's guide to ecofiction: http://bit.ly/aIfEML - not sure what it's like, sounds interesting May 07, 2010
  • A blog post on Saul Steinberg's clouds plus comments debating whether Steinberg could really draw: http://bit.ly/aCilCY (via @roundmyskull) May 05, 2010
  • Man Ray and the garden: http://bit.ly/9fSSCu May 02, 2010
  • New post on landscapes in full moon: Tu Fu, Hiroshige, Whistler, Darren Almond - http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ May 01, 2010
  • Storm last night, blossom everywhere- thought of Tu Fu's 'Spring Night Delighting in Rain': "come dawn we'll see a landscape moist and pink" Apr 30, 2010
  • Graphs of Japanese cherry blossom advance http://bit.ly/9SGTYQ. Our tree is out now and may be past its best for our blossom viewing party Apr 27, 2010
  • Germaine Greer on the scandal in Australia over 'Proposal for a Landscaped Cosmos' by Sam Leach: http://bit.ly/cAOS8z Apr 26, 2010
  • RT @touchmusic: A new interview with Chris Watson has been published by Line Up: http://bit.ly/dh5pRB Apr 25, 2010
  • New possibilities for Sublime mountain art: a 25-nanometer-high 3D replica of the Matterhorn http://bit.ly/cMjm3T (RT @harikunzru) Apr 24, 2010
  • New post based on excellent Tom Service articles about Peter Maxwell Davies and landscape & music: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Apr 23, 2010
  • The Caspar project (named after Friedrich) - a method for converting music into landscapes: http://bit.ly/aM9HHe Apr 23, 2010
  • "Nothing else ,,, in art, literature or music has the same effect on me as these swans+cranes+geese. Their sounds and essence" Sibelius 1915 Apr 23, 2010
  • And also in Frieze an interview with Ciprien Gaillard http://bit.ly/dvMBZW [and see http://bit.ly/ctTiLY :-) ] Apr 22, 2010
  • The archaeology of modern ruins in contemporary art - Brian Dillon article in Frieze: http://www.frieze.com/issue/article/decline_and_fall/ Apr 22, 2010
  • Further to my post http://bit.ly/afzMZC on volcanic ash and landscape art, here's more examples - Church, Turner, Munch http://bit.ly/bV9b4K Apr 22, 2010
  • RT @bldgblog: Some wildly beautiful urban images by Olalekan Jeyifous: http://is.gd/bBy44 Apr 21, 2010
  • New post by @pruned on Juliet Haysom's 'avant garde folly' at Ragley Hall, 'Spring' - http://pruned.blogspot.com/2010/04/to-io.html Apr 20, 2010
  • RT @ballardian: Onion domes in ruins... A Russian post-apocalypse - the art of Vladimir Manyuhin: http://bit.ly/d19YTj /via @johncoulthart Apr 20, 2010
  • RT @bldgblog: Pretty awesome: the Archigram archives are finally online and ready for your perusal: http://archigram.westminster.ac.uk/ ... Apr 19, 2010
  • New post inspired by the V&A's Horace Walpole exhibition, includes doomed pets and vaporous landscapes: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Apr 18, 2010
  • Get out of the city and into the sunshine, get out of the office and into the springtime... - Belle & Sebastian (2000) http://bit.ly/aF16fR Apr 17, 2010
  • New post on the effect of an earlier volcanic eruption on the poetry of Keats and Byron - http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Apr 16, 2010
  • I just saw our local bendy bus, the 73, with an C18 picturesque landscape along its side - advertising the RA's Paul Sandby exhibition Apr 16, 2010
  • herman de vries' 'vergleichende landschaftsstudien' - earth art from Scotland, Senegal, Sicily and other places: http://bit.ly/9Eb5o4 Apr 15, 2010
  • New post on Christen Købke, the Citadel, and depicting national monuments without actually showing them http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Apr 14, 2010
  • John Cage - A Dip In the Lake: Field recordings based on 427 locations round Chicago - http://is.gd/bsBvx (via @ubuweb) Apr 14, 2010
  • Medieval rabbis imagined heaven as a vast, quiet library, where soft-footed librarians dispersed cooling mint drinks: http://bit.ly/brYCAK Apr 11, 2010
  • Hinaus in die Natur! Weimar Classics Foundation exhibition on German landscape painting inspired by the Barbizon school http://bit.ly/c2NdR2 Apr 11, 2010
  • Easter holidays - I'm surrounded by lego. All very @ballardian: abandoned buildings, crashed lego cars, abandoned crystalline structures... Apr 11, 2010
  • RT @nybooks: Detroit, City of Ruins: a slide show featuring the work of photographer Andrew Moore http://bit.ly/cYoVHF Apr 09, 2010
  • New post comparing David Nash's 'Wooden Boulder' to the film 'Paddle to the Sea' - http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Apr 08, 2010
  • I'm quite surprised Christo says it is only the first work of art that's needed a US Environmental Impact Assessment ($4 million) Apr 07, 2010
  • Christo is due to wrap 40 miles of the Arkansas river - see an interview @TheArtNewspaper Apr 07, 2010
  • New post http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ on rooms that become transformed into landscapes, inspired by Paul Nash http://bit.ly/9TPqeI Apr 06, 2010
  • Found poem in Antarctica - http://bit.ly/8Z8rDc. Global Poetry System - http://gps.southbankcentre.co.uk/ #globalpoetry Apr 05, 2010
  • mountains times mountains equals trees, mountains times trees equals me, mountains times me equals nothingness -Chen Li http://bit.ly/a9gOdh Apr 04, 2010
  • 'Love leads me on, from thought to thought, from mountain to mountain' - new post on Petrarch: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Apr 03, 2010
  • "It's the human condition to be frustrated; to be thwarted" - suburban landscapes in poem and song: http://bit.ly/94vlIi Apr 03, 2010
  • Nice literary stamps blog, e.g. Wordsworth (view of Grasmere): http://literarystamps.blogspot.com/2007/02/wordsworth-william-1770-1850.html Apr 02, 2010
  • 'I have sailed over Rungholt town today, / five hundred years ago it was washed away.' Theodor Storm landscapes: http://bit.ly/9lTjAp Apr 02, 2010
  • Jane Austen, Elizabeth Gaskell, Charlotte Bronte, George Eliot: new post on sketching heroines http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Apr 02, 2010
  • RT @VisuellePoesie: ten beautiful modern ruins --> http://bit.ly/bvRQ4q #photography Apr 02, 2010
  • New post on Paul Sandby covering the first Ordnance Survey, 'grangerising' and political trees: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Mar 28, 2010
  • Plan for entertaining my kids today - compose some organic soundscapes inspired by the Vienna Vegetable Orchestra: http://bit.ly/IENi Mar 28, 2010
  • RT @ballardian: New post: artist Simon O'Carrigan's evocative mixed-media series The Drowned World, inspired by the Ballard novel: http: ... Mar 28, 2010
  • 'The gilded phaloi of the crocuses are thrusting at the spring air' - Ezra Pound Mar 27, 2010
  • “With respect to real Views from Nature in this Country… Paul Sanby is the only Man of Genius" - Gainsborough http://bit.ly/87CS8U Mar 27, 2010
  • RT @touchmusic: Chris Watson, profiled by Laura Barton on the Guardian's (@guardianmusic) website: http://bit.ly/cIa5mX Mar 26, 2010
  • RT @PD_Smith: RT @iconeye: Gallery: Beautiful images from Venturi & Scott Brown's Las Vegas research 40 years ago. http://tinyurl.com/yz ... Mar 26, 2010
  • Dieter Roelstraete has written about Richard Long's 'A Line Made by Walking' for MIT's One Work Series - http://bit.ly/aEc80l Mar 26, 2010
  • Johnny Mercer 'remained haunted by the landscapes of his youth, to which he returned in lyric after lyric' -Brad Leithauser 'On Moon River' Mar 26, 2010
  • I queued to see the Van Gogh exhibition on Sunday. Well worth it. New short post on it here : http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Mar 25, 2010
  • Sorry, I messed up that Christian Købke link. It is: http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/2010/mar/24/christian-kobke-national-gallery Mar 25, 2010
  • Christian Købke's empty skies and melancholy landscapes reviewed: http://bit.ly/dnAdbQ Mar 25, 2010
  • Richard Skelton grasps handfuls of balsam leaves and threads them into the sound hole of his mandola: 'Landings' review http://bit.ly/aVlnW1 Mar 23, 2010
  • New post mainly on 'The Tales of the Heike' and the re-imagining of landscapes in exile: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Mar 21, 2010
  • RT @PD_Smith: Remarkable site RT @fugueur: great archive of derelict spaces http://www.derelictmisc.org.uk/ Mar 20, 2010
  • Music, poetry and nature: - 'Symphony of a Mexican Garden' (1912) by Grace Hazard Conkling http://bit.ly/b7hPQB Mar 20, 2010
  • In a Treeless Place, Only Snow... new post on the music and soundscapes of John Luther Adams: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Mar 19, 2010
  • 'The Thunder Shower' by Derek Mahon - must have been some shower: "the diatonic crescendo of a cascading world economy" http://bit.ly/9DcHA3 Mar 18, 2010
  • "The day it will abide / And watch the sunrise" - Alex Chilton http://bit.ly/9nSbfh Mar 18, 2010
  • Sad to see financial difficulties at Kew Gardens: http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/lifestyle/article-23816506-kews-blooming-big-crisis.do Mar 18, 2010
  • New post on Slow Cinema and Sharon Lockhart's Double Tide - http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/2010/03/double-tide.html Mar 17, 2010
  • New post on the space art landscapes of Chelsey Bonestell http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Mar 13, 2010
  • 'The Almost-Skyscrapers of Britain, 1829-1944' by Owen Hatherley: http://nastybrutalistandshort.blogspot.com/ Mar 13, 2010
  • Found via @PD_Smith, an archive of photographs used as book cover designs. Here are some landscape photographs: http://bit.ly/a8TQnv Mar 12, 2010
  • A bit busy at the moment so just a short new post on Xu Bing's 'Landscripts' http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Mar 09, 2010
  • John Keats to Fanny Keats 13/3/1819: "I should like the window to open onto the Lake of Geneva - and there I'd sit and read all day..." Mar 09, 2010
  • Japanese landscape-inspired textile designed by Winifred Mold in 1922, on show at the Japan-tastic exhibition: http://bit.ly/aoVGuh Mar 06, 2010
  • RT @bldgblog: The top ten fogs in literature (Dickens, Plath, Treasure Island, Conrad, horror fiction, and more): http://is.gd/9qDCd (vi ... Mar 01, 2010
  • New post on artist Levi Van Veluw, who transforms his own head into landscapes http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Mar 01, 2010
  • We visited the Céleste Boursier-Mougenot bird installation today - quite a long queue but worth the wait - my sons aged 3 and 5 loved it Feb 27, 2010
  • Twittering finches play electric guitars in artificial desert landscape - Céleste Boursier-Mougenot installation http://bit.ly/6Jpqjt Feb 27, 2010
  • Mirror Man: One of the Arshile Gorky paintings at Tate Modern, 'Mojave' (1941-42), looks just like a Don Van Vliet (http://bit.ly/92GsfF) Feb 27, 2010
  • Classical music as social control - RT @ballardian http://bit.ly/aaMM5Y. The Pastoral Symphony v effective - pastoral just too unbearable? Feb 27, 2010
  • New post on Charles Olson, 'The Maximus Poems' and landscape: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Feb 26, 2010
  • Colin Ward, anarchist thinker and author of 'The Allotment: Its Landscape and Culture' - RIP: http://bit.ly/9WSRWP Feb 23, 2010
  • Wind-blown sand in the oil paint of Van Gogh's landscapes - an archive of late C19 weather patterns - http://bit.ly/8XjGSK (@BLDGBLOG) Feb 23, 2010
  • Nice article from a couple of years back on the use now being made of Thoreau's Walden notes to track climate change: http://bit.ly/bkA8zB Feb 23, 2010
  • Coastlines: Images of Land and Sea at the Dallas Museum of Art - http://bit.ly/dr7uAl Feb 21, 2010
  • Olson: 'For many people the local landscape was very uninteresting and ordinary, but for him, it was the threshold to the world' (J Stilgoe) Feb 20, 2010
  • A 21st-century park of ruins - new post on Ciprien Gaillard http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/2010/02/pruitt-igoe-falls.html Feb 19, 2010
  • A blue rock half buried in the black earth with a few patches of moss like fallen clouds. New post on Arshile Gorky - http://bit.ly/aS1qIo Feb 16, 2010
  • RT @brainpicker: A site dedicated to songs about London http://ow.ly/17E17 Feb 15, 2010
  • 'An enormous sunflower scorches a sinuous red path across green-and-yellow hills' - 1st big Paul Nash show since 1975: http://bit.ly/bycxLr Feb 15, 2010
  • To the excellent Van Doesburg exhibition @Tate. Bewildering creativity. One Kandinskyesque 1915 landscape http://tinyurl.com/y93n7rv Feb 14, 2010
  • Alec Finlay's sky colour wheel - project to see whether wind turbines could be camouflaged to match the sky. http://tinyurl.com/yha9ubb Feb 13, 2010
  • RT @JANUSZCZAK: In case you don't know, the Foundling Hospital has several superb Hogarths in it, and Gainsborough's earliest landscape. ... Feb 13, 2010
  • "The weightless morning sky" - mildly self-indulgent new post on Robert Walser + Kleist, Sebald, Sontag http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Feb 13, 2010
  • Ezra Pound to the Imagistes - "The painter can describe a landscape much better than you can" and "he has to know a deal more about it." Feb 09, 2010
  • The New Topographics exhibition remembered - streets, warehouses, city centres...an aesthetic of the banal: http://bit.ly/bpRxrN Feb 08, 2010
  • New post: flutter tonguing oboe and E-flat clarinet - alpine sheep evoked by Richard Strauss' Alpine Symphony http://tinyurl.com/ydwhf2p Feb 07, 2010
  • Nadav Kander's prize winning photos 'Yangtze, The Long River' feature on @BLDGBLOG - GM compares the images to sets by Edward Gordon Craig Feb 07, 2010
  • Robert Macfarlane has been filming his book 'Wild Places' in Essex - nowhere better exemplifies "modern nature": http://tinyurl.com/ybfpuz5 Feb 07, 2010
  • The end of Art is as serious as that of all other beautiful things – of the blue sky and the green grass, and the clouds and the dew -Ruskin Feb 06, 2010
  • New post on Robert Ashley's 'Music with Roots in the Aether', with a digression on frozen soundscapes http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Feb 05, 2010
  • Thanks for the nice plug on BLDGBLOG, @bldgblog (Strindberg's 'Coastal Landscape' would look great on anyone's site...) Feb 05, 2010
  • “Wilderness. So overwritten it should probably be granted a reprieve from definition” (Don McKay) Discussed here: http://tinyurl.com/ya334sw Feb 02, 2010
  • Happy birthday James Joyce - Rain has fallen all the day. / O come among the laden trees: / The leaves lie thick upon the way / Of memories Feb 02, 2010
  • Dubai photographed by Martin Becka using Gustave Le Gray’s waxed paper negative process on an 1857 camera http://tinyurl.com/y98vvje Jan 31, 2010
  • New post with some links to Gilpin and a famous quote from Jane Austen http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Jan 31, 2010
  • I just put down my Robert Walser novel and re-emerged from his strange world to find @Robert_Walser has started following me on Twitter Jan 30, 2010
  • New post on ways to describe a landscape, and why Gilpin thought Dyer got it wrong in 'Grongar Hill' http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Jan 29, 2010
  • Sebald's synoptic view likened by Will Self to the works of Dutch landscape painters and English watercolourists http://snipurl.com/u82ni Jan 29, 2010
  • Reading Robert Walser's 'The Tanners'. Utter bliss, what a writer! And to top it all, one of the characters is a landscape painter. Jan 29, 2010
  • They've worked out the site of a Constable landscape painting http://snipurl.com/u7746 (and I've just worked out how to truncate URLs!) Jan 26, 2010
  • "Aching joys" and "dizzy raptures" - Margaret Drabble on Wordsworth: http://snipurl.com/u772b [www_guardian_co_uk] Jan 26, 2010
  • Icon magazine explores fiction+architecture - http://bldgblog.blogspot.com/2010/01/right-printhead.html (thanks for the link @bldgblog) Jan 26, 2010
  • Poet Philip Gross on The Severn http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/books/booknews/7029350/Philip-Gross-speaks-about-The-Water-Table.html Jan 22, 2010
  • 'The thirsty earth soaks up the rain, / and drinks, and gapes for drink again' - Abraham Cowley, 1656 Jan 22, 2010
  • New post on Catherine the Great's anglophilia and the landscapes on her 952 piece dinner service http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Jan 21, 2010
  • James Bridle's project to analyse, index and ultimately reshoot Patrick Keiller’s film 'London'. http://shorttermmemoryloss.com/london2010/ Jan 21, 2010
  • RT @bldgblog: This sound recording is blowing me away: http://is.gd/6tUKx (via @kottke) Laser-like howling breakages inside ice. Frozen ... Jan 18, 2010
  • New post on the Garden Room at Prima Porta and the wider symbolic landscape of Augustan Rome: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Jan 16, 2010
  • Fourteen locations along Hunter Creek by Greg Davis: http://compostandheight.blogspot.com/2008/05/greg-davies-fourteen-locations-along.html Jan 15, 2010
  • Article on a lost Klimt landscape saved from the Nazis: http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/2010/jan/12/lost-klimt-joins-london-auction Jan 13, 2010
  • Eric Rohmer RIP. I'm glad he got to make the charming pastoral 'Romance of Astrea and Celadon' before he died. Jan 11, 2010
  • Snow and ice outside made me think about Scandinavian art, so here's a new post on Strindberg: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Jan 10, 2010
  • William Hazlitt on Rubens vs. Claude, plus more on Claude: new post http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Jan 08, 2010
  • RT @ballardian: "A time that no longer occurs" Will Viney, 'The Romantic Ruin' http://bit.ly/8AFvAr (also, Viney on Ballardian ruins: ht ... Jan 06, 2010
  • "The wind that sweeps the gloomy hills of London ... Not here / Not here the darkness, in this twittering world." T.S. Eliot - Burnt Norton Jan 01, 2010
  • Sad to see David Levine has died, although my use of his cartoons in an Xmas picture quiz once provoked real hostility ("too obscure!") Dec 31, 2009
  • Cloud-spotters guide to the clouds in Tate landscape paintings http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=tate#p/u/115/M_otOcCzfKg Dec 29, 2009
  • New post on the mysterious Studius and Roman landscape wall-painting http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Dec 28, 2009
  • "The xeroxed ruins of Caspar David Friedrich paintings..." http://ajourneyroundmyskull.blogspot.com/search/label/photochrome (@roundmyskull) Dec 28, 2009
  • What landscape-related exhibitions are coming up in 2010? Dulwich has Paul Nash and Salvator Rosa, the National Gallery has Canaletto. Dec 27, 2009
  • Fans of Ruscha - Stella McCartney, Sting, Jerry Hall... http://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/minisite/ed-ruscha-fifty-years-of-painting/quotes/ Dec 26, 2009
  • Words as landscape: new short post on Ed Ruscha http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Dec 26, 2009
  • New post on Richard Skelton's composition and accompanying book 'Landings' http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Dec 22, 2009
  • Like others you'll be following, I loved these shots of the internet landscape http://bit.ly/6fJt1h (by @ajblum) Dec 22, 2009
  • 'Scenic places do not endure; sumptuous feasts rarely occur twice.' New post on Wang Bo - http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Dec 20, 2009
  • A beautiful illustrated book of Dutch baroque gardens at British Library: http://bit.ly/7FRfRl Dec 20, 2009
  • G M Hopkins vs. Ghostface Killah http://bit.ly/7yIjk6 Dec 18, 2009
  • Jacques Le Lieur's 17ft panoramic watercolour Livre des Fontaines http://bit.ly/7X7IoO Dec 18, 2009
  • New post on Van Gogh's letters (old news I know): http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Dec 17, 2009
  • RT @nybooks: Olaf Otto Becker photographs the inland rivers of Greenland, an endangered landscape changing before our eyes http://bit.ly ... Dec 15, 2009
  • The cityscape as instrument: David Van Tieghem "plays" the streets of New York (RT@christianbok) http://bit.ly/7WYBVV Dec 14, 2009
  • Wallace Stevens gazed at the sea from "the exact rock where his inexactnesses would discover, at last, the view to which they had edged" Dec 13, 2009
  • Volcanic music (play it loud!): 'Hekla' by Jón Leifs (1899-1968) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GITm8J8LfWc&feature=related Dec 10, 2009
  • New post on landscape archaeology and landscape art, W.G. Hoskins and the Cerne Abbas Giant http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Dec 09, 2009
  • Ancient landscapes - Petrarch's geographical annotations, Boccaccio's 'On Mountains' http://www.theamericanscholar.org/armchair-travelers/ Dec 06, 2009
  • New post on Tennyson and landscape implications of Ricks' view that 'Bright Star' spoils Keats's poetry http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Dec 05, 2009
  • "Alone on a craggy windswept sea cliff beneath a moonless night sky" RT @erik_davis: kosmiche music and the sublime: http://bit.ly/4yhZko Dec 05, 2009
  • New post on landscapes in the Walker Art Gallery, including the Liverpool cityscape: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Dec 03, 2009
  • John Kinsella's ambition for environmental poems of resistance and protection http://bit.ly/4XE88j Dec 03, 2009
  • RT @BLDGBLOG A desert suburb abandoned in advance of itself, an abstract geoglyph—unintentional land art http://is.gd/52M7l Nov 30, 2009
  • New post on the poet Kosegarten's shore sermons, accompanied only by the 'trumpets of the sea' http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Nov 28, 2009
  • New post on Raphael's Sistine Madonna, fragment from a future landscape art: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Nov 27, 2009
  • "All beautiful compositions tend toward landscape" - Philipp Otto Runge Nov 27, 2009
  • Terrafon - an agricultural version of the horn gramophone amplifying sounds in the track it ploughs http://www.ollecorneer.com/art/harvest/ Nov 24, 2009
  • RT @ubuweb a half hour film on James Turrell's Roden Crater - http://ubu.com/film/turrell_passageways.html Nov 24, 2009
  • My 2 yr old son wanted to stay up watching @JANUSZCZAK. WJ likes http://bit.ly/07pJOlq Nov 21, 2009
  • Based on tree-like patterns in moss agate: mocha landscape pottery - e.g. http://www.mochapottery.co.uk/mochaware_mocha_pottery.html Nov 21, 2009
  • New post on Caspar David Friedrich's obscured landscapes - http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Nov 20, 2009
  • 'Wolken als watten bovenaards. Vanop de grond een weelde van kleur' - Herman Van Rompuy haiku - http://hermanvanrompuy.typepad.com/haiku/ Nov 20, 2009
  • RIP Jeanne-Claude, Christo's partner in landscape wrapping projects http://bit.ly/2qpDey Nov 19, 2009
  • The Belbury Parish Magazine: http://jimjupp.blogspot.com/ Nov 19, 2009
  • New post on Thomas A. Clark's Scottish landscape poetry: 'The Hundred Thouand Places' http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Nov 16, 2009
  • Enjoyed Small Publishers Fair today (but too many stalls this year). Post about it (and Chris Drury): http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Nov 13, 2009
  • "Camouflage is the last form of classical landscape painting. It represents not this tree or that field but fields and trees" - I H Finlay Nov 13, 2009
  • RT @PD_Smith: Yao Lu - traditional Chinese landcapes out of mounds of garbage covered in green protective nets: http://bit.ly/4jPrTa Nov 13, 2009
  • New post on Slavko Vorkapich's landscape films: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ (and Wagner's 'Siegfried') Nov 08, 2009
  • RT @ballardian - @johncoulthart on the connections between Alexis Rockmann's paintings and Ballard's Drowned World: http://bit.ly/4aBmUC Nov 07, 2009
  • 'A sea of lead, a sky of slate': New post on poems of place in France http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Nov 06, 2009
  • "Buying books would be a good thing if one could also buy the time to read them in" - Arthur Schopenhauer Nov 05, 2009
  • 'Landscapes' album by Ducktails, e.g. here: http://bit.ly/3Pvaig Nov 04, 2009
  • RT @lisastown - Francisco Infante-Arana art works reflecting the natural landscape http://cli.gs/b6Lz2 Nov 02, 2009
  • Review of Thomas A. Clark's 'The Hundred Thousand Places' http://bit.ly/1hnm1r Nov 02, 2009
  • New post on folk art potters and the soundscape of Sarayama http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Nov 01, 2009
  • 'Books litter the bed, / leaves the lawn. It / lightly rains. Fall has / come: unpatented, in / the shedding of leaves.' - James Schuyler Nov 01, 2009
  • Pete Townshend on The Pastoral Symphony - http://bit.ly/4Gqe7M Oct 30, 2009
  • New post on Bernard Leach's dream landscape http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Oct 30, 2009
  • I've been in York. The Gallery has a lovely little Francis Danby sketch http://bit.ly/2D3nDM Oct 29, 2009
  • Just a short post as I'm busy... Jan Morris on Venice and its Canaletto mornings: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Oct 24, 2009
  • BBC4 I mean. You can see that clip on Youtube: http://bit.ly/24d30S Oct 24, 2009
  • Brilliant BC4 Krautrock doc last night. Michael Rother talked by the Weser on the influence of rivers, with 'Hallogallo' in the background. Oct 24, 2009
  • A new mood in 50s poetry: "If I stepped out of my body, I would break / Into blossom" (James Wright) - http://www.robertbly.com/int_3.html Oct 23, 2009
  • "People in a landscape either must be portrayed as indigenous, as autochthonous, or they must be portrayed as strangers..." - Schelling Oct 19, 2009
  • New post on Thomas Aquinas's advice for siting a city, in De Regimine principum - http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Oct 17, 2009
  • Dawn landscapes - David Hockney iPhone pictures audio slideshow http://www.nybooks.com/features/slideshows/hockney/ Oct 13, 2009
  • 100 foot breasts - Charles Jencks' Northumberlandia and political landscape giants: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Oct 12, 2009
  • RT @touchmusic - Chris Watson and Constable's 'Cornfield' http://bit.ly/32FAwJ Oct 11, 2009
  • New post: bland landscapes - http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ - 'where all landscapes blend together and assimilate each other' Oct 09, 2009
  • Samuel Palmer article http://bit.ly/4EsajD Oct 09, 2009
  • The Van Gogh letter site which I've posted about before has been revamped: http://www.vangoghletters.org/vg/ Oct 08, 2009
  • Le Notre site threat http://bit.ly/126o2l Oct 07, 2009
  • New posts on Chinese landscape poetry: Hsieh Ling-yün today and T'ao Yüan-ming tomorrow: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Oct 04, 2009
  • New post on literary landscapes and 'A Writer's Britain': http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Oct 02, 2009
  • Margaret Drabble's favourite literary landscapes http://bit.ly/8XdNH Oct 01, 2009
  • John Muir and Theodore Roosevelt in Yosemite http://bit.ly/1dFPYm Sep 29, 2009
  • New post mentions Kapoor and the RA's Paper City exhibition: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Sep 28, 2009
  • Am I shallow? I enjoyed the spectacle of Anish Kapoor's cannon, fired every 25mins by a serious young man in black Modernist boiler suit Sep 28, 2009
  • Ivor Gurney's Gloucestershire Rhapsody to be performed: http://bit.ly/WfuWg Sep 26, 2009
  • RT @Carcanet: Yellow & Blue, a new exhibition by Thomas A. Clark in Orkney: http://tinyurl.com/q3bkro Sep 26, 2009
  • CAD poem for 10:10 - bees "in harmony of willowherb and stream" http://bit.ly/14b4je Sep 26, 2009
  • John Mullan's list of ten green stories: http://bit.ly/d8Ysl Sep 26, 2009
  • 'English Landscape Through Poets' Eyes' - recently posted: http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ Sep 26, 2009
  • How Jonathan Bate discovered ecocriticism: http://bit.ly/1H6kRD Sep 23, 2009
  • And we were all mesmerized by Alice Oswald's performance of a Samuel Beckett text at the Faber 80 event - what a compelling presence Sep 22, 2009
  • Felt moved this evening when Seamus Heaney read 'Digging' at the Faber 80th Birthday event. Sep 22, 2009
  • More soundscapes... new post ( http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ ) on Jacob Kirkegaard: see http://fonik.dk/works.html Sep 20, 2009
  • Chernobyl dawn... new post on soundscapes ( http://some-landscapes.blogspot.com/ ) - Gruenrekorder's 'Autumn Leaves' compilation Sep 19, 2009
  • "How delightfuly pleasant when the cool chilling air / By September is thrown o’er the globe": http://johnclare.blogspot.com/ Sep 18, 2009
  • New post: Gert Jonke, Thomas Demand, trompe l'oe