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The Henry Ford Museum, Detroit. It’s the kind of name that sounds like it does […]
Inside an Artist’s Studio Stepping into an artist’s studio still gives me a shiver and a […]
Looking Twice at Art in Madrid Pin now, read later. This is an article I’ve […]
I first heard about Guernica beneath the flowered canopy in the scorched back garden, as […]
“People want to talk to me a lot,” he said, as blue and yellow danced […]
Madrid’s Literary Quarter In the “literary quarter” in Madrid, poetry spills across the streets in […]
A city with the charm of Frankfurt, the friendliness of Paris and the culture of […]
A boy kicks a football in the red, barren dust. A cloud of burned, breathless […]
Dust in red still stains my shoes And drumbeats soothe my sleepless senses I am […]
One of the most profoundly moving moments of my time in Japan, if not my […]
Is it Burma or Myanmar? I arrived under cover of darkness. Deep, night, darkness. I […]
When the change came, the island held its breath. What would happen the following day?
Would people turn up to work? Or would they leave?
“In the cool of the evening we rode in the country and were perfectly enraptured […]
Or…The Parish of Around About (But We’re Not Quite Sure) 100 Christmas Trees. Let’s face […]
Weinachtsbaumschmuckausstattungsgeschäft. At 40 letters long, Weinachtsbaumschmuckausstattungsgeschäft’s the longest word there is, at least on the snowy-sweet streets of Basel. And while…
The aeroplane bobbed on the water. The spray shimmered like tears on the window, giant baubles of longing just waiting for something to happen or someone to notice…
Today’s guest post is by Lillie Marshall. She is an energetic, six-foot tall Boston Teacher who […]
How did you get into shark photography? Did the photography come first or the sharks?
Wow. Just wow, I thought when I first saw Alex’s photos on Camels and Chocolate. […]