Our Drift – Amy Clarke

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Here are some interesting images that were taken during our drift through a part of Lincoln. Some of the images are of locations and remarkable buildings around Lincoln and some are gripping images of rooms during the Victorian times and letters, situations, and fascinating information, from World War I and II. All of which are captivating.

Amy Clarke

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  1. Amy, nice pictures. Perhaps you can now begin to connect the mythogeography ideas with your ‘drift’. How did the drift help you to ‘wander’ and explore differently? How will you continue your explorations? What fascinates you in your discoveries that you want to continue your research, both theoretically and practically?

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