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Drive your own car on a classic motorsport circuit.

Built in the late 1920’s, the classic 13 mile ‘Nordschleife’ circuit in Germany is steeped in motorsport history. Today, if you have 25-30 Euro’s in your pocket, you can actually drive this classic circuit in your own car. The media

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Spot the difference, our planet viewed from space!

Was pointed out early in my academic studies that all the boundaries between countries are socially constructed! Also, that maps and globes are the product of humans. Nice colours on the manufactured globe though!

The World’s Plastic Problem.

Just like many others on a Sunday, I ventured to the supermarket, but perhaps this trip was different … It came after I watched a few clips of the ‘Plastic Problem’ as featured on the BBC series ‘Blue Planet II’.

Crime Map for where you live & work.

Interactive crime maps for where you live are available here at www.police.uk. Each dot marks the approximate location of incidents reported to the police in England and Wales in the last month. Crimes are ordered by type & the categories

What memories did these properties hold?

When out walking, several urban landscape photo opportunities often present themselves. Derelict buildings, being pulled down for redevelopment plans, perfectly illustrate how a once familiar landscape will change over time. As I put my camera down, I gave a thought

Subterranea Britannica. Exploring underground & secret spaces!

Having an interest in cities, I occasionally visit Subterranea Britannica, to check out man-made & underground spaces to understand the different activities & uses of often private spaces in the past, and in the present! Photo courtesy of Subterranea Britannica.