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My weekend movie: Spellbound (1945)

Spellbound (Io ti salverò) – USA 1945

Directed by: Alfred Hitchcock.

Starring: Ingrid Bergman; Gregory Peck; Leo G. Carroll.

Even to a woman in love such a situation must seem a little unreasonable. 2,289 more words

Cinema

Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery, Glasgow

Last weekend I visited Glasgow properly for the very first time (Okay, so I’d seen the train station and surrounding areas before on my way to Edinburgh, but even I know that doesn’t count!) And yes, I may have got way overly excited about going. 271 more words

Travel

You want to write novels. More suggestions.

by Candace Elizabeth Brooks (a.k.a. Ariadne Phoenix Levinson) Voice in my head inspiring me to do this Try to write in your journal every day, at least once a day. 561 more words

Fiction

The city that inspired the biggest artists

Those of you who check the social media sites of the blog regularly probably know that I´m talking about Cadaqués.

The city is located in a bay… 199 more words

Travelling

Miguel de Cervantes: An internet sensation?

Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra (1547-1616) has been in the news a lot lately… considering he lived over four centuries ago! First, in late January, Spanish researches reported… 894 more words

Spain

So this is why they build museums

I’m not one for museums. That’s odd for an artist, don’t you think? I don’t know what it is but I just don’t gravitate toward them. 328 more words

Photography

The Dali Surrealism Temptation

I recently went to The Dali museum in St. Petersburg, FL.  What a fantastic museum and experience.  I didn’t know much about Salvador Dali outside of his outrageous mustache and his peculiar art dubbed surrealism.   306 more words

Personal Musings