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The Hunterian

A second trip to the Hunterian to take all those ultra-wide shots I’d envisioned the first time, and because Kim hadn’t been there in over a decade. 258 more words


©Royal Horse Guards Stables, London

An atmospheric view of the Royal Horse Guards stables and part of the Household Cavalry Museum. The 18th Century working stables offer an insight to the daily routines of both the Guards and their Horses with first hand accounts about their stringent training regimes!  View  wwwpatrickcrowephotography.com


Leicester Rtn (part.2)

Now that we had arrived at the historical and multicultural city of Leicester it was time to get out there and start exploring….. 680 more words


12 Things to Do in New York's Art World Before April 4


Party: Art Production Fund Gala
I know, ugh, gala season can be grueling, but this one looks fun—Art Production Fund is going with a “Gangs of New York” theme, and setting the thing at the Down Town Association, a gentleman’s club that does indeed date back to the 1860s. 991 more words

Eataly - Roma

The third and final chapter of my Italy travels, Rome! We spent a very long evening waiting in the Venice train station for our (I’m not kidding) midnight train to Rome. 614 more words

Study Abroad

We know it as Canyon Ranch today, but "Bellefontaine" is Giraud Foster’s Legacy to us

Illuminating a splendid decorative arts exhibit at Ventfort Hall Mansion and Gilded Age Museum, “Treasures of Bellefontaine: Giraud Foster’s Legacy” will be the topic of a Tea & Talk presented by Richard S. 464 more words