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When the sun sets in the island, a harmony of purples to oranges is an inspiration, is a vision for any artist to portrait in a canvas. 421 more words


An Interview With Nassiba Benferdi, PG Forum Co-Ordinator

PhD and Masters students new and old will know that the PG Forum is at the heart of postgraduate life here in MLAC. Research seminars, reading groups, feedback sessions and a good amount of coffee have all played their part in getting postgraduates from disparate disciplines together for the past couple of years. 816 more words


1 minute blog: Durham

I am in Durham in the north east of England. It is a beautiful little city and I am having a wonderful time here – and as I don’t have time to write a blogpost I thought I’d share several photos of Durham. 149 more words

Mary Queen Of Plots

This is a sunset of the beautiful Oconaluftee River that flows through The Great Smoky Mountains of North Carolina.

The Oconaluftee River is an inspiration for painting because of its beauty and legends. 321 more words


Baybridge\Stanhope 18th September 2016

With late summer at its height we drove deep into the border lands between Northumberland, Weardale and County Durham for this walk. The sun was out. 210 more words


Pontop Pike, September 4th 2016

If you’re talking landmarks and you’re talking County #Durham into the bargain, things don’t come more iconic than Pontop Pike aerial mast. It can be seen for miles around and at some point in the olden days you will have pointed your TV aerial at it so you could watch the TV. 354 more words


A Crazy Idea Seen Through

Well, the walk is over, the blisters have hardened, and I’ve fully readjusted to the home comforts. Officially 1,047 miles covered by foot over 75 days, averaging 14 miles daily, and all whilst carrying a monstrous pack that must have weighed close to 15kg at times. 2,234 more words