Go somewhere you (dis)like. Keep your ears, eyes and nose open... Which sounds, sights and smells are hardest to ignore?
Walk (or drive or cycle) between one neighborhood and the next. When do you know that you’ve definitely moved from one to the other?
Carry out a dog survey in two different parks.
Find something hard, soft, sticky, crumbly, silly, cool, brown, tiny, massive, smelly, mean, round, flat, strange, normal, straight, flying, underneath and something new.
Give a guided tour of this area to a Roman soldier who has been transported through time to today.
Let a dog take you for a walk (you can even go on all fours if you like!) and then think about how you sensed the world differently.
This sign is somewhere on the Exe Valley Way. Find it.
Can you ‘notice’ three things that you’ve never observed before within a 5 minute walk of your home?
Think about the people who could have made your bag.
Stand on the path, under the motorway and by the water. Look, listen, smell and feel for as many different routes as you can.
Use your nose to explore the area - find fragrances and sniff out stinks. What is the grossest smell and what is the most delightful?
Make a map of smells instead of sights in your neighborhood. Upload a snap of the smelliest thing you see.
Use one of the two hides to spot an otter.
Go out with a trash bag and collect trash. Turn the items into a piece of art and try to get it featured in your local newspaper as a way of demonstrating any problems of consumption and waste...