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Distance: 10km Time: Four to five hours Difficulty: Rough hillwalking, largely pathless, with steep sections and a boggy approach Map used: Ordnance Survey, Explorer 456, North Harris and Loch Seaforth
stumbling on the soft green pathless field of novelty
In the final paper we return to what Lord Byron called the 'pleasure' of the 'pathless woods' and to the southern hemisphere for an exploration of the gnarly thickets of forestry, politics and conservation.
8; Pathless Woods, an installation by Anne Patterson, through early May.
Krishnamurti renounced his title and famously declared truth to be "a pathless land" that belongs to no creed or religion or country.
If the gazelles have chosen their journeys to be pathless, how come we humans insist on seeing them as marked?
The tracks are "Awaken Me" (7:18), "The Dream" (4:46), "Light of my Soul" (4:52), "My Heart Knows the Way" (5:31), "Pathless Path" (6:32), "The Jewel" (4:32), "Great Divide" (4:24), "Do I Dare" (7:45), "You're The One That I Want" (7:18), "Come Come" (4:24), and "Do I Dare (Earth Mix)" (7:45).
In the pathless steep slopes in Zollikofen and Bremgarten, where the shore grove extends to the top of the embankment, the perimeter expands to the width of two tree lengths.
There is a pleasure in the pathless woods, There is a rapture on the lonely shore, There is society, where none intrudes, By the deep sea, and music in its roar: I love not Man the less, but Nature more, From these our interviews, in which I steal From all I may be, or have been before, To mingle with the Universe, and feel What I can ne'er express, yet cannot all conceal.
He later wrote: "It was past eight before we got to Gateshead Fell, which appeared a great, pathless waste of white.
Well over a century later, we have no sense of how truly pathless life felt before our educational system - and how that uncertainty often inspired young people to set off on their own.