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Edinburgh

A little over a month ago I visited Edinburgh while the Edinburgh Festival Fringe (the largest arts festival in the world) was going on. I was immediately enchanted by this beautiful city – I admit, the sunny weather did help – and I was very happy to spend my 24th birthday there. 332 more words

My Photography

World Symposium on Climate Change Communication- Feb 2017- interested?

We’re organising the World Symposium on Climate Change Communication, to be held in central Manchester on 22-24 February 2017, organised jointly with Prof Walter Leal of Manchester Metropolitan University. 204 more words

Adolf Sax and the world's smallest museum

One of Dinant’s huge claims to fame is the inventor of the modern day saxophone. He was born in Dinant in 1814 and died at 80 years old in Paris despite having been a kid that was prone to accidents and near death experiences. 157 more words

Museums

Cultural Artifacts

To decide what is or isn’t a cultural artifact is a tough call. At first, I was of the mind that a cultural artifact had to be in the same family as an archaeological artifact. 571 more words

Teamwork makes the dream work.

We have officially decided to head back to our favorite city over the holiday break and I could not be more distracted. 1,042 more words

Life

Historic Depot Museum

Recently enjoyed a beautiful late summer morning with other photographers from The Black Diamond Photography Group at the Depot Museum in Black Diamond, WA

 

 

                 

 

  

Travel

Read President Obama's Speech at the Museum of African American History and Culture

President Barack Obama on Saturday spoke at the dedication of the new Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, praising the coexistence of “protest and love of country” and making reference to recent examples of racial tension in the U.S. 2,830 more words