Well, I work with a colleague designing and making gardens and landscapes. Normally we work from the inception right through to the planting of the last plant and beyond. We stay in touch with the gardens as far as possible. www.juliafogg.com
I am currently teaching garden designers and landscape architects at the University of Greenwich. I have taught in various institutions both private (The Inchbald School of Design as Course Director) and government-funded (University of Middlesex and Greenwich) for many years.
At the moment, I am using the blog as a visual notebook of places, details and general landscape elements that I have experienced within, sometimes hours, but normally just a few days. So it’s a fairly immediate response. This is helping my thought processes and rationalise my understanding. So it’s a cognitive stage but this might change . . . . The links are blogs that I find inspiring – not related necessarily to my interests – and sometimes challenging that widen the perspective on life and the planet.
The need to include poetry in some form has, by now, become essential. I enjoy the selection almost more than the writing of a post.