Image Credit: Photograph by Bruce Thompson Photography · · From Pic of the Week Mid morning catches the sun shining into the Natural Arch Cave, Springbrook Nature Reserve, Queensland, which offers complete contrast to the river water flowing through the hole in the roof. One of Natures unique places! Springbrook QLD 4213 Source: ABC OPEN: … Continue reading
Lavishly woven in fine wool and silk with silver and gilded threads, the seven wall hangings collectively known as “The Unicorn Tapestries” are certainly amongst the most spectacular surviving artworks of the late Middle Ages. They are also amongst the most enigmatic, in both meaning and origin. They appear to have been designed in Paris, … Continue reading
A Wonderful Collection of beautiful street art by a master of the medium Natalia Rak. Wouldn’t be fantastic to wake up in the morning to such a glorious visual feast. via Beautiful Street Art by Natalia Rak » Design You Trust. Design Is Everything..
It’s Marble Bar – it’s hot all the time’ Despite the mercury being tipped to hit 49 degrees in the small Western Australian outback town of Marble Bar, it is just another day for locals. On Friday, the temperature had already reached 47.5 degrees at midday. The manager of Marble Bar’s Iron Clad Hotel, Thomas … Continue reading
Peter Mark Roget was born on 18 January 1779 in London, the son of a Swiss clergyman. He studied medicine at Edinburgh University and graduated in 1798. As a young doctor he published works on tuberculosis and on the effects of nitrous oxide, known as ‘laughing gas’, then used as an anaesthetic. Roget worked in … Continue reading
Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, New York City, 1989. Watson later shed light on the prickly relationship between the Rolling Stones’ power duo, describing their conversation as more like a business meeting than banter between two friends. Andy Warhol, New York City, 1985. Another famous picture of Warhol by Watson features the artist intently clutching … Continue reading