The objective was to walk, seemingly without aim or destination, in and around Southwark park. I was taking the verb to Robinson literally, while employing the strategies of the flâneur to de-codify our urban experience, making us look twice (literally) at things and objects and classifying the mundane as something extra-ordinary.
Therefore, the walk was led by Paddington (a rabbit on a leash). Paddington guided us through the park (albeit a very small section of it). Wherever he stopped, I stopped and pointed at things.