When you don’t sit in an office all day, you see other stuff.
Like these boys clearing up on Primrose Hill after the storms.
Always think its a bit sad to see tree-remains being removed – you’d think it’d leave a mighty big space on the Hill, but it doesn’t. Not sure anyone will remember the tree was there by next Spring. There are loads more and in anycase, while trees make P Hill a nice spot – ok a lovely spot – people go there to walk, sit, eat, chat, play, sunbathe and generally do the things our social species does (as opposed to tree counting/spotting – that would make make it an arboretum!)
Been thinking about the tremendous debate amongst ad planning types on Richard‘s excellent blog. Lots of energy, lots of vigour and some good old fashioned position-taking, too. But without meaning to belittle anyone’s feelings or contribution to the debate or their agencies or their clients, I just feel that at the end of the day, it matters very little to anyone really which of these boys is right or wrong.
If planning was abolished (criminalised?) over night, would it make a jot of difference to business?
Not sure anyone would notice.
Not sure anyone would care.
At least once the Summer was here again (no that’s the trees…). Ok, once business got used to life without us.
Maybe we worry too much about the wrong things….