Transporting across times. it feel like a long way from people.
The birds were noisy, the rain, was drizzly but reminded how good it was to feel on my face, and I took refernce pics to model the way I had trodden ,
In the middle of the path, there is a sudden dip , at the bottom stands a ramshackle structure at the bottom.
I emerged from the undergrowth a little disappointed that it had ended, I walked towards the TYTHE barn, to explore the Kings Lodge area of the Campus, walked round the back of the car parks, past the fields where the labyrinth used to be and headed straight to the library, recalling the archive talk I had attended - taking pictures along the downstairs corridor of the archived.
Lots to think about.
Explore the site, see if you might be able to incorporate aspects into the creative class.
Look on Digimaps to see if you can find maps across the centuries and link to tect books :
Excavations at King Johns Hunting Lodge, Writtle Essex, 1955-1957
Rahtz P.A The Society for Medieval Archeology, University College, Gower Street London WC1 1969
Monograph Series No.3
Writtle - a village of Distinction
Owen . G 1993
Blueprint Publications Chelmsford Essex UK