On Friday, 18 August, 2017, we will be Welcoming a New Legend into our Midst and it will be a Woman known for her sense of humour, colourful Language and Lover of good times. It’s Judy Marks… Celebrate with Judy by coming along to the Old Guv Legends Luncheon on Friday, 18 August, 2017 at … Continue reading
The beautiful landscapes of Alban Henderyckx The fascinating landscapes of French photographer and traveller Alban Henderyckx, who captures scenes from around the world in sublime images, from the Arctic to the Indian Ocean through Europe… See more Images via The beautiful landscapes of Alban Henderyckx | Ufunk.net.
Fine art series winner – Established Supply Corridor from the Botanical Inquiry series ‘Botanical Inquiry is a series of photographic dioramas that shuffle nature, geography and physics into familiar but fictional environments,’ says Australian photographer Daniel Shipp. ‘In these compositions the physical characteristics of the unremarkable plants I have collected become storytelling elements which, when … Continue reading
In the late 19th century, the most startling, erotic thing you could do as a stage performer is let down your Rapunzel-esque floor-length hair. In fact, according to their biographer, the first real celebrity models in the United States were known as the Seven Sutherland Sisters, who had 37 feet of hair among them. Sarah, … Continue reading
It was established as a “freedom colony” with land given to former slaves after the Civil War. Photographer O. Rufus Lovett started photographing the residents of Weeping Mary in 1994. There are a number of theories as to how the town got its name, but one tends to stick more than others. “There was a … Continue reading
EXPLORING THE MISSISSIPPI River with his hunting dog, Dash, some time in the early 1800s, artist and ornithologist John James Audubon decided to perform a little experiment. According to the native Americans and some scattered literary references, the beautiful green and gold Carolina parakeets that once littered the south-eastern United States were deadly toxic, and … Continue reading