Richard White

explorations in place and time

Walking Wiltshires White Horses: Social Media Briefing

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Creative Walks Social Media briefing

 People have walked these paths ahead of us for generations and many will follow.  As we walk we will listen for their footsteps and leave our own memory trail. We will be joining a conversation on landscape, place and people that has been running since our ancestors first walked these hills.  We were once only connected by these paths, now we can connect instantly across the globe. Ali Pretty and Richard White invite everyone who is taking part in the creative walks to use the new connectivity to contribute: to share thoughts and experiences, sounds and images. On these walks and after we hope you will enjoy a form of creative sharing using the latest and most ancient technologies.


So the project begins. On Saturday we will walk around the edges of the Imber ranges and back to the iron age hill fort at  Bratton above the Westbury White Horses.

Beginning to generate some text and some images with an appeal for audio now live on Sound Cloud

At the top of the lane to the remains of Imber village

At the top of the lane leading to the remains of Imber village


Author: rswpost

Exploring connections between landscape, place and people. on foot and online. Working collaboratively and harnessing the participatory potential of social media.

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