This bench is in Vienna. Do you have a favourite bench?
For those of us who like the December Solstice holiday season to last as long as possible, starting the celebrations tomorrow for Saturnalia is a top-notch idea.
Fortuitously, I was reorganising my images folder and came across this idea I had ages ago, and today I felt it was rather symbolic of the last 6 years of blogging.
This week’s whimsy is via ten thousand paper planes released by Ross Coulter and volunteers in the State Library of Victoria’s Domed Reading Room in 2011. Please share any bits and pieces you have come across recently that have surprised, delighted, intrigued or otherwise positively engaged you.
This week’s whimsy is courtesy of a weirder than usual fashion photo from Queen magazine in 1960. Please share any bits and pieces you have come across recently that have surprised, delighted, intrigued or otherwise positively engaged you.
It’s artistic Sunday and this time we bring you artist, Sarah Maple. She is the bomb.
Feminist. Muslim. Young. Smart. Funny.
I didn’t grab my camera to take a photo of the zomgwtfbbq stonking huge huntsman spider that was doing a Gandalf-on-the-bridge act in my dishwasher last night.
These ones were found in the middle of Sydney City, at the Chinese Gardens in Darling Harbour.
I’ve seen many clouds with faint iridescence before, and even a few where the play of colours was remarkably clear, but never anything quite as vivid as this!
A “pictmotion” slideshow of some shots I took on yesterday’s walk – one peacefully wading spoonbill was interrupted by the arrival of another, and then the fight was on!