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The Rivers Project continues and this time I’m focusing my energy on a local place, oppose to one abroad in Slovakia. This new body of small scale works will be exhibited in a very local event too. The Leytonstone Library has been closed for a while, but it’s due to reopen with a big launch on Saturday 12th September. Once it’s open, my works will be on display for about a month, details are to be seen. I have no time to spare to be ready on time! Come and walk with me! And of course, please join us at the big opening in Leytonstone, if you are around! The series begins…

Here I am :

You can listen to my sound notes from the third visit in Walthamstow Wetlands on recorded on 16th August 2015. This is best to listen if you need to relax or just escape for a while. No rushing there but simple explorations. The notes are unedited and leave about 20 min to hear it in full. When I refer to a bird family of Bitterns, now I know they were Moots actually!

Canadian goose 02

Canada Goose, Walthamstow Wetlands, 16.08.2015

Canadian geese family 03

Canada Geese family, Walthamstow Wetlands, 13.08.2015

Blueberries 05

Those blackberries I’m talking about in the recording.

Creeping thistle 01

I’ve collected some thistle seeds. They are so soft!

Canadian gees picking on blackberries 04

Geese munching on blackberries, Walthamstow Wetlands, 13.08.2015.

Swans 03

Two beautiful Mute Swans, Walthamstow Wetlands, 11.08.2015.

willow tree 02

My favourite willow tree at Walthamstow Wetlands, 13.08.2015

willow tree 01

My favourite willow tree touching the water and creating some shelter from the rain. Thankfully! At Walthamstow Wetlands, 13.08.2015

Rainny day and canadian geese 09

They don’t mind the rain I think. At Walthamstow Wetlands, 13.08.2015

Grey heron walthamstow wetlands 01

Ever so shy Grey Heron at Walthamstow Wetlands, 16.08.2015

Common tern and gulls 02

Common tern (right) and gulls.

Cormorant island 01

Cormorant island at Walthanstow Wetlands, 13.08.2015.





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