The Taj Mahal from Agra Fort in the 1980s
The Taj Mahal from Agra Fort, turn of the 21st Century
...after I have revisited them a few times - to first put down notes and flows, expand and flesh them out, précis and adjust for character, revise and edit, revise and edit again.
I can't wait. I've got to publish the places now. This will keep me to an acceptable level of flow along the time and space thing that I want to achieve. If I put in too much out of sequence I might lose the point of what it is that I am trying to make.
I'll write the next posts up and revisit them as much as I need to get them right. Publish, edit, publish, edit, publish and edit.
I want to get onto loading in and playing with Oxford as soon as possible.
But Oxford shouldn't arrive until I've been back into Venice and Vicenza (where I want to address the issue of universities and education), Radford (ending formal education and how a camera and a bicycle were important possessions), Jamaica (Dustin Hoffman and James Bond), and Austin, Texas (because I had missed out Austin when I was writing about Fort Worth and Philmont. Austin should slot in there with my appreciation of Thunderbirds. I forgot. I do have to address it.)