‘The Sultan’s Elephant’ by Royal de Luxe, produced in London in 2006 by Artichoke. Photo copyright Sophie Laslett.
It all began on one of those long weekends when no-one was looking. To start with it was just an ordinary, empty day – too busy to see.
Then, suddenly, people started to hear things, they started to wonder … because … wasn’t that … did they really hear an elephant in London?
There was a celebration in Sidmouth last weekend – Mum’s birthday … again!
Copyright Transport for London
A great city depends on the energy of its people – London is a great city and it’s thriving thanks to Londoners.
Tom Benyon OBE (ZANE), his wife Jane and their dog Leah, reach the end of their 2013 fundraising walk for ZANE
Meryl Harrison of the ZNSPCA who led animal rescues at the time of Zimbabwe’s chaotic land redistribution programme (photographed in England in 2012)
The Phraser has tapped away another year … thanks! It’s knowing there’s an audience that gets the writing out from somewhere between my ears and into cyberspace.
It has been a stretched eighteen months of writing with Zimbabwe, land of my birth, still taking up much of the space. Quite a chunk of that has been taken up by two interviewees.