Outside Looking In

A Psychogeography of West Somerset

Treefrog writes, "For much of 2020 I found myself accidentally locked down in quarantine with my ageing parents in England. For five months I had no face-to-face interactions with anyone other than dear old mum and dad. As restrictions eased I was able to get out and about in the area of Somerset that I grew up in as a teenager. Walking alone along the old pathways through half-forgotten villages woodlands and hills provoked a deeply introspective examination of memory and feeling, a dreamworld made even more strange by the fearful and uncertain social context of Covid."

NB Chapters to be read in order.