Curiosities from the 5th Corner

As you may know by now, I like the extreme.  I think the oddities of life, the things most people probably shy away from either because they just don't find the complete cycle of life that interesting that they want to look at things in jars of formaldehyde or it simply isn't their cup of... Continue Reading →

Danbury Country Park

Nature is beautiful. Constantly changing and shaping our day to day visual journey. Remember to enjoy it.

Beautiful sky

More often than not nature is more astounding than anything that is depicted on a canvas. So last night as I was returning home from a day walking around one of Essex’s weird museums, and having visited a planetarium that can fit 20 people in at a push, I was mesmerised by the beautiful sky... Continue Reading →

Trophic interaction within a single tree community – Raoul Deleo

Tucked away on the second floor of the Rotterdam natural history museum, is an art exhibit by Raoul Deleo. This seems like a really odd place to have this type of display, as it's neither natural or truly historical, but none the less, this is an amazing world created by wondrous mind. 'During the last... Continue Reading →

Tree and Bags – Atelier Van Lieshout

Trees can be really beautiful and equally really creepy. If you've ever walked in a forest at dusk or just down a tree lines street, you'll know the odd shadows that they create and the feelings of unknowing that they can present. Anything could be hiding in or behind the trees. Also historically trees have... Continue Reading →

Natural History Museum (Rotterdam)

Next door to the Kunsthall, is a smaller building which looks a little like a school. It has paper cut outs of bones in the widow, and from the road side, could easily be mistake for a child play centre. I only knew it wasn't, because I had read that there was a small natural... Continue Reading →

Couple aux têtes pleines de nuages – Salvador Dali

I don't usually open with someone else's words, but Dali's "Couple with their heads full of clouds", really brings to mind the poetry of Percy Shelley for me, so here is the first stanza for you to enjoy while looking at this beautiful piece of surrealism. "I bring fresh showers for the thirsting flowers, From... Continue Reading →

Barber Black Sheep

I don't usually ever feel the need to post photos of myself on here, but I yesterday I made a fairly major change to my hair, and I thought I would share the journey, simply because if anyone is debating on changing their hair colour in a major way, there are a few things you... Continue Reading →

Tower of London

I like a bit of bloody history. Not that I would ever have wanted to be hung, drawn and quartered, or put in the stocks, but I find it really interesting how our ancestors lived, behaved and dealt with conflicts. The Tower of London is steeped in history, more that I could write here, or... Continue Reading →

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