This article by Meredith Mullins at the OIC blog, is a must for anyone interested in Street Art and Graffiti - Artistic Expression At Tour Thirteen “… a whole building, interior and exterior, of street art …. by more than 100 street artists from 16 countries ….. “ For a longer photographic tour of the exhibit visit João Dias’ Flickr and Facebook […]
One of my favourite blogs OIC Moments, posted this report recently. Who’d have thought it? What’s Napoleon Doing in a Japanese Rice Paddy?
Dear Kitty has kindly nominated me for the Versatile Blogger award. Thank you so much Petrel41. It’s great to know that my blog is appreciated, one does wonder. With prizes come responsibilities : THE RULES: 1-Thank and link back to the person who awarded you. 2- Nominate 15 (!) bloggers for the Versatile Blogger Award and […]
I’ve been working to a deadline recently, which is not something that happens very often, as I have an instinctive fear of deadlines. On this occasion I have been editing the IFAPA catalogue for the exhibition at the Salon de la Photo in Paris, in November. I volunteered to help with the organisation of the […]
Are you fed up with product monopolies? Are you concerned about working conditions in emerging countries? Are you ready to make a change in what you buy? If you’ve answered YES to only one of these questions, but hopefully all of them, maybe this wil be my next phone too …. http://vimeo.com/66409578
Our second week away from home this summer was in Perros Guirrec in Brittany, a pretty little Breton town on the ‘Pink Coast’, a 8 km stretch of coast where the rocks are pink granite. On our way there we stayed the night with friends in Rennes, the capital of Brittany. We arrived on Saturday, […]
One of my favourite blogs OIC Moments presents some fun words to adopt from other languages. Ten Words To Borrow From Different Cultures About the blog – From the everyday to the truly spectacular, OIC (say “Oh, I see!”) moments are everywhere. They occur so fast that even a digital ticker, recording each successive occurrence, couldn’t […]
Robert Frost (1874–1963). Mountain Interval. 1920. The Road Not Taken Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth; Then took the other, as just as fair, […]