Sir Arthur Conan Doyle … Sherlock Holmes … Tracking … When he created Holmes, Sir Arthur had his character develop one primary skill, observing details, sometimes minute or obscure. And like a talented artist or photographer, Sir Arthur applied shadow – the bad guys, to define his subject – Holmes. Holmes was really good at … More Useful Tracking Skills … Managing the Sun
Collisions … One thing that creates movement. The image here is a very slow collision, lasted a couple of days, then someone decided it needed help. Tracks are the leftovers from big collisions: feet colliding with ground to move bodies … Which really were lots of small collisions between feet surface and soil. Every collision … More Which Came First: Collision or Movement ? … What About Falling?
Pressure against the wall of the track begins, at the least, in the mind of the being who will be creating the track, and leaves an intimate, eloquent expression of how the foot was used, and some clues as to why, during a moment in the life of that being. The way the foot was … More Tracking Concept: Pressure Against the Wall