Ventures and Adventures in Topography

by Tim Bradford on January 9, 2010

In December I accompanied Deep Topographers Nick Papadimitriou and John Rogers (plus photographer Peter Knapp) for a walk in Roxeth as part of their ongoing Ventures & Adventures in Topography project. Ventures and Adventures in Topography

{ Comments on this entry are closed }

Kestrel Dowsing Overview

by Tim Bradford on March 4, 2006

This afternoon I spotted a can of Kestrel Super K on the route of the lost Hackney Brook. I’ve noticed over the last few months that Super K has been making inroads into the Clissold Park scene (formerly a Tennants Super hotspot). I would have done some compass readings from where the can lay, but I was in character – I was King of the Dragon Pirates and we were escaping to Narnia via the track on the north side of Clissold Park, being chased by Giant Pirates. Giant Pirates are bad and Dragon Pirates are, generally, thought to be good – at least in the world of 6 and 3 year olds.)

You had to be there.

{ Comments on this entry are closed }

A New Underground River?

October 13, 2004

Amazing news. I’ve recently learned about an underground river that flows from Highbury down into the Hackney Brook Valley. Usually I spot these streams when I see cans of extra strong lager scattered about on the surface, but in this case there was a whole off-licence. I was buying a few bottles of beer at […]

Read the full article →