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Safe Harbours and Energy Zones – a wander around ‘The Path’.

a tidal log book: salt, moon, sun, wind ≈ I – Kirkcaldy Harbour To think of the journeys that have started and ended here. Safe harbour: a place of refuge or shelter. Arrivals and departures, crossing borders. Time measured in tidal flows. A … Continue reading

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Why Fife?

Why Fife? The great sites of psychogeographic exploration have perhaps not surprisingly tended to privilege the urban environment with London and Paris the primary lodestones of psychogeographic endeavour. Taking a lead from Patrick Geddes, the great polymath, regional theorist, activist … Continue reading

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