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#105 Time

I like how this photo is a little blurred. It seems to suggst that time flies by.

Today’s  inspiration comes courtesy of The Daily Post’s Weekly… 11 more words

Collaborative Blogging

The coolest scientist

William Thomson, Lord Kelvin physicist born Belfast 1824 died 1907. President of the Royal Society 1885 – 1890. Interred (near Isaac Newton) in Westminster Abbey… 29 more words

Gucci to hold fashion show at Westminster Abbey?Odd.

More from The Independent

For more than a millennium some of the greatest figures in British history have walked its aisles and transepts, many to be married, or later to shuffle into the next place via its raised tombs: Newton, Darwin, Chaucer, Wilberforce. 347 more words

Fashion News

Mean Time

And as I,

in my metal tube,

Hurtled through the stratosphere

A scientific marvel,

Did ancient ghosts glance up,

and ask themselves in wonder?

“Didst the Angel of the Lord pass by?” 80 more words

Poetry

Westminster' Eyes

Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament

The Houses of Parliament (the oldest elected government in the world) hold the most famous bell: “Big Ben”. I feel quite intimidated when this vestige from the past chimes the hours…It gives me the impression to be small whether it be on the physical level or on an historical point of view. 532 more words

London Art & Literature

WPC - Vibrant

A few images from the Lumiere festival London which took place a couple of weeks back. The festival has multiple illuminations across multiple locations across London City. 38 more words

Photography