All posts tagged: South East London

pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

flags   what a surreal week this was: the bomb attack at the boston marathon at the beginning of the week with what almost seemed like an indulgence in playing different videos of the 2 explosions again & again & again for days in a row indicating the scale of trauma this might be. margaret thatcher’s funeral mid-week with journalists looking (hoping?) for signs of unrest & anger among the spectators and communities that still […]

pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

taming a lion the past ¬†2 weeks definitely felt a bit wild with quite an emotionally and mentally demanding workload – one of the challenges of being self-employed continues to be that of managing workload. But it was a lot of beautiful, powerful and rewarding work that I was able to do: delivering a couple of workshops and facilitating several mediation meetings. My highlight was a follow-up meeting with a mother and daughter who were […]

pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

Lewisham creatures I saw these “Moon Jellyfish” in the Aquarium at the Horniman Museum. I loved the way they radiated so much peacefulness and serenity in a week where Lewisham and other parts of London have experienced so much violence and upsetness.¬†They looked like some outer-worldly creaturs to me – fairies? aliens? angels? – and remind me of how my father would sit in front of his fish tank for ours to find his feet […]

pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

Southwark creatures I spontaneously decided to cycle a different route home from Peckham the other day and got totally & utterly lost. To the point that when I eventually stepped down to consult my map I couldn’t even identify my location. As I was looking for street signs I spotted this rather unusually colourful tank in a – for such a vehicle – rather unusually peaceful garden in the middle of urban London. After all […]