To put down a half read book is like living half a love affair. You may have gone through some of the joys, some of the heartache but you haven't lived it all. You're not able to put it down and look back at it all; maybe smile at it, more than likely miss it … Continue reading The Unread Book
Look up every once in a while. You never know what you might be missing. Because, let's be honest, your feet are pretty dull.
I first saw these paranormal activity in Rome, three years ago, on the railings of a church by the Trevi Fountain. Back then I thought it was unique to that church. I posted a photograph of it on here and quickly found out that it was anything but unique, stretching even as far as China. Nevertheless, … Continue reading Love Locks in Paris
Happy Valentines Day to you all. Here is my snowy present to you: messages of love etched upon nature. Some of these couples may have been long since died or fallen out of love and yet there is something about it being carved upon this solitary tree in a crowded wood that seems eternal. It remains … Continue reading Love etched upon nature
Graffiti is art to some and repulsive to many. It divides people, cities and societies, with its often political and cultural anarchism. An army of thousands, graffiti artists constantly re-design the urban landscape. For me graffiti is an art form for the modern world, with masters like Banksy and Invader whose works have both brilliance … Continue reading Graffiti: the good, the bad and the ugly
This photograph may seem bizarre to many people (vandalism to some) but it became quite a craze in the romantic city of Rome last year. By the Trevi Fountain lovers would write their names on a padlock and attach it to the railings in front of the church dedicated to Saints Vincent and Anastasius. This … Continue reading ‘Love Locks’ in Rome