Month: July 2013

pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

fluffy action this quite intensely pink fabric is my contribution to the pink peace scarf (www.woolagainstweapons.co.uk): a 7 mile long pink scarf to stretch between atomic weapons establishment sites at Aldermaston and Burghfield. i finished it this week and the past few months of knitting it challenged me to think about pink a bit differently but also about how to raise awareness and how to raise my voice against the renewal of Trident nuclear warhead […]

pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

a place   for my part-time job i’m based in peckham, in an office overlooking loads of roofs with pigeon-covered chimneys and barbed wire to the one side, long stretches of boarded off industrial waste land to the other side, and an ugly purpose-built complex behind us. i don’t know what this was ever used for when it was used – when i started in peckham it was empty, abandoned by the previous residents. some […]

pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

time     living in london means i cannot avoid being part of conversations about wimbledon; i’m not in the least interested in tennis and when speaking with housemates this morning i realised again that i generally don’t enjoy watching others doing sport. least of all on tellie – i’m far too restless and much rather get active myself. housemate manny was trying to convince me of the beauty of watching long drawn out cricket […]