All posts tagged: Epping Forest

pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

Epping Forest¬† Walking underneath the still green and leafy trees and a sky that’s stern and rigid with a heavy layer of clouds; they’re not quite thick enough to absorb the roaring of aeroplanes above. We are never alone. In autumn this forest is taken over by fungus. While everything around dies, fungus explode into life in yellow, orange, red and purple. Fly Agarics, picture-book perfect like polka-dotted umbrellas; you never new they existed for […]

pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

¬†obituary moving into a new year for me is always a bit about letting go of things i cannot or do not want to take with me – habits, ideas, relationships and this time also “the spotted dog”. when i went for one of my almost-favourite-somewhat-local walks through epping forest on 30 december i discovered that this old school family pub just outside epping was no more – was a building site instead with a […]

pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

left behind I went to for a walk in Epping Forest today to welcome spring, and all of a sudden in the middle of nature, blue sky and bird song I happened on a completely burnt out car – or whatever remained of it. I was really drawn to it like a nail to a magnet, and found it at the same time totally haunting, horrible and beautiful. Part of my imagination immediately went wild […]

pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

Epic It’s actually “Epping” and not “Epic” but I’ve always found Epping Forest to be very epic; also enchanted, mystical, ancient and very wise. On Monday I stole a few hours inspired by Thiago De Mello: in art. 2 in manifesto he decrees “that every weekday, even the Tuesday, the most ash-coloured one, has the right to be transformed into a Sunday morning…” And so I went for a march in Epping Forest which was […]