Drawing of a water can with the tip turning back inwards over itself. Circular storytelling Illustration by Frits Ahlefeldt

Drawing of self-watering can with a landscape inside as one way to explain circularity

Drawing of a man sitting on top of a thick book with the title "knowhere" and a woman with backpack climbing the edge where the title is "knowedge". Illustration by Frits Ahlefeldt

Drawing up two different ways to understand on top of a book

People walking past trail as home sign. drawing by Frits Ahlefeldt

8. March, 2019 I wonder if a home is much more than a house and a place… Things like a relationship, a feeling, a time, a trail… and a story. A story we follow in all we do, both day and night.

Tourism expert man telling one of the locals to change his hat. illustration by Frits Ahlefeldt

Sometimes tourism experts promise good and better times, if the locals are willing to fit into the right Instagram moments

Drawing of a local place sign with church, bar, park cafe etc. and two people sitting under it with smartphones and a hiker watching. Illustration by Frits Ahlefeldt

Ever walked into a small town or village and wondered where all the locals are? – I think I know… they are online

The classic silo mentality is something many of us try to battle, but these defense towers like structures are more incorporated into our mindsets than we like to imagine and before we know it, we’re back in the silo

Creating networks and open innovation along the coastline is key to find ways to support the thrive of local communities and biodiversity, and help us all face local and global challenges like sea level rise and pollution

Seeing places in different ways – sketch of three different types of visitors – The Outdoor type, The cultural Type and the Eating Type

Space is not only created in what we can feel and see, but more than we realize – also in sounds

Understandings of the coastline do not need to stop at the surface of the water – Seeing things under the water can create whole new levels of experiences and knowledge

Locals view their places very different from how visitors view the same landscapes – Often we forget these differences

Sometimes local communities find ways to use smartphones, apps and maps to find ways to connect and be together in better ways, that both support interaction, builds trust and protects biodiversity

Illustration of high waves approaching a city – People looking out of windows saying “we are not ready ”

Illustration of a community working together to stop their town from being flooded by water – texted and non texted version

Construction machines making their way to build coastal barriers and a lady standing on the beach worried about the looks of it

Drawing of a man sitting up in an apartment fishing from the balcony

Building made to be resistant against flooding and sea level rise

Drawing of a hiker walking along a coast trail at sunset

pushing oneself close to the edge

Logbook 9. Jan. The edge as a place

hiker in a goal target circle, moving on

Could it be more important where we are moving to, than where we are… ?