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God's Own Junk Yard

If you’re looking for somewhere a little different to go on a weekend, you could head to this industrial estate in the backstreets of Upper Walthamstow. 113 more words


A Canopy of Knitted Light at MoMA PS1

Take a 360-degree tour through “Lumen,” Jenny Sabin’s photoluminescent installation at MoMA PS1. Ms. Sabin won the museum’s Young Architects Program.

Published: June 28, 2017 at 05:30AM… 69 more words


Dodging Tots, Toddlers, and Teens to find those Dinosaurs

My visit of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition over, I found myself in the Museum Shop standing amongst toys, books, and souvenirs.

Exit the shop and I’m back in the corridors of the Natural History Museum surrounded by school children, hundreds and hundreds of them. 257 more words


Celebrating Wildlife at the Natural History Museum

I arrive 20 minutes before the Natural History Museum is due to be open at 10am. I’d tried to visit the day before but, by early afternoon, the queue at the entrance was almost to the gardens and street corner. 747 more words


New Book | The Collector’s Cabinet and Miniature Pharmacy

Collector’s Cabinet with Miniature Apothecary’s Shop, 1730
(Amsterdam: Rijksmuseum)

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Press release (23 June 2017) from the Rijksmuseum. The English edition of the book should be be available from… 389 more words


Wanderlust Wednesday: Washington D.C. (Part 1)

Though I have lived here all my life and traveled to a number of places, I still haven’t been to D.C. (what?!!)  So my family and I decided to remedy that and take a road trip to America’s Capital this past April.   722 more words


From the Steps, Airville, Pennsylvania

The  Susquehanna  River  from  the  Indian  Steps  Museum,  Airville,  Pennsylvania.

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