Missing woman unwittingly joins search party looking for herself

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“A group of tourists spent hours Saturday night looking for a missing woman near Iceland’s Eldgja canyon, only to find her among the search party. The group was travelling through Iceland on a… Continue reading

Maths Pirates NZ – Goes GUERRILLA

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Guerilla Thursday! – The day Maths Pirates visit their local library. Whilst walking,  Maths Pirates explore and connect with their community looking for mathematical knowledge and symbols lost or misplaced. Thursday 13th February,  Maths… Continue reading

Geographers’ Guide to…

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Back in 2007 I launched a project called the Geographers’ Guide to… In my best handwriting I wrote some instructions in the front of six hardback notebooks, asking readers to fill one page of… Continue reading

Man struggling with umbrella

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I was walking along a London side-street to  a meeting. This road sign had been put aside on the pavement. I have always known this sign as ‘man struggling with umbrella’ and on… Continue reading

talking technology

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#misplaced technology A visit to a London education and technology exhibition (#bett2014) seemed like a good opportunity for some #misplaced guerrilla geography. It turned out to be the thirtieth year of the show… Continue reading

#Misplaced no more: the rogue bandanna finds its home

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A photo of a pole.  Talk about #misplaced. But, you may recall, just a week ago there was a #lost blue bandanna tied to the pole. Where has it gone? Who has claimed… Continue reading

#Misplaced: Rogue Bandanna

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Is this yours? Some much obliging citizen (ahem – me) spied your bandanna outside the Malaysian High Commission in Wellington at the beginning of last week.  She thought, ‘Hmmm, knowing the Wellington wind… Continue reading

Shine a light

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I walk by this out-of-place lamp-post on most days of the week and it appeals to my sense of the absurd. It’s not even close to the footpath. It’s not by a road,… Continue reading