Quotidian geography...

Something I'm going to return to in the New Year.... the geographies of the everyday... and the idea of noticing.... and mindfulness....

of or occurring every day; daily

They have been explored by Alexandra Horowitz in her book 'On Looking', where she takes a walk around a city block with a range of people with different skills, such as a naturalist, a geologist, an artist and an urban sociologist. What do they 'notice' that she doesn't ?

I was taken by the opening section, 'Amateur Eyes', which you can read below...

On Looking: Eleven Walks with Expert Eyes by Alexandra Horowitz by Simon and Schuster

 One question is: what would a geographer have noticed on these walks ?