It’s been a long day – a good day, but long. I am tired and lacking inspiration. When words fail, why not turn to pictures? There have been some striking sunsets in the first few days of the month, and below is the photo I took on 1 October:
Posts Tagged ‘Photography’
Posted in Arts and Culture, Victorian Studies, tagged Anna Atkins, Botany, Cyanotypes, Google Doodles, Photographs of British Algae : Cyanotype impressions, Photography on March 16, 2015| Leave a Comment »
One of my first discoveries, artistically speaking, in the Sotheby’s Institute of Art Library, was a photography book featuring some of Anna Atkins‘ beautiful cyanotypes. So I was delighted to see that Google today chose to commemorate her 216th birthday in their Google Doodle. (more…)
Today is a full moon, so how could today’s post be about anything else? I took this photo on a winter evening about three years ago, and it remains one of my favourites.
Enjoy your night, and watch out for werewolves!
Posted in About me, Arts and Culture, Books and Reading, Medieval studies, Travel, tagged Armorika whisky, Bayeux Cathedral, Brittany, Broceliande, Cider, Claude Monet, Fairytales, Gardens, Giverny, Juno Beach, Mont Saint Michel, Normandy, Photography, Warengham Distillery on May 25, 2014| 4 Comments »
Posted in About me, Arts and Culture, Blogging projects, Victorian Studies, tagged Edward Burne-Jones, Georgiana Burne-Jones, Hidden Mothers, Lady Clementina Hawarden, Mothers, Photography, Pre-Raphaelites, Queen Victoria, The Museum of Ridiculously Interesting Things, Victorian Vendredis on June 21, 2013| 3 Comments »
Posted in Arts and Culture, Blogging projects, Books and Reading, Writing, tagged AcWriMo, Bloggers, Blogtoberfest2012, Carey Farrell, Erin Morgenstern, Flax-Golden Tales, Master of the Female Half-Lengths, Photography, The Night Circus, Writing on October 29, 2012| 3 Comments »