Walking Styxx: Thirty Days
November 13, 2014 • 1 Comment
One month. 30 tracks. 132 kilometres in total. 4.4 kilometers per walk on average. That is the numeric summary of the walks Styxx and I undertook between July 11 and August 15, 2014.
The visual summary is more compelling. First, there is the cartographic representation of our meanders from the front door of our house, an intricate weaving of tracks radiating out in all directions. The blooming of our relationship with our neighbourhood. Then there are the photographed encounters, those caches of visual delight waiting to be discovered along each of our walks. The unexpected. The expected, reframed from a dog’s perspective. The dark. The lighthearted.
Here in this second installment of the Walking Styxx project, you will find the remaining visual components: the map, now fully developed, and a selection of photographs from our last 15 walks.
I will leave it at that for a while. I now need to digest this kit of visual parts and figure out how I want to assemble them into a whole.
This may take some time…
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