Tag Archive: Urban exploring

Cityscape – short explorations

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Sometimes a day is so fresh, so invigorating, that to waste a moment is criminal. Riding in this morning, I took a detour along the Victorian alleyway of Womanby Street, Cardiff’s self styled… Continue reading

Urban Exploration – When industry moves on

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What happens when industry moves on? Light streams through rooflights and high windows, an empty mothership save for some bottles, a fire extinguisher and occasional detritus. Periodically the wind whistles through steel cavities,… Continue reading

Urban exploration reveals dark art

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I love urban exploring by bike. I don’t necessarily mean finding old buildings and peaking between boarded windows (though I like that too). No. I mean riding around and hunting out the nooks… Continue reading

Out and about in Cardiff

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Out and about in Cardiff, armed with a bicycle, a Canon, a photography remit (B&W abstracts) and a determination to enjoy the urban landscape (a mission sooo much easier by bike).   If… Continue reading

Urban exploring in Hull

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We’ve all been there*. You arrive at your mother in-laws, a fleeting visit equipped with single-speed, a glut of spares and the tacit acknowledgement that at some point, you’re going to need to… Continue reading

The urban explorer

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Last Wednesday I headed out for a run. Nothing unusual about that. I spent 14 years pounding pavements and competing across the disciplines (road, track, x-country, fell). These days my runs are limited… Continue reading