Category Archives: public buildings
I went to the Tampere Art Gallery today. The main focus of many of the current exhibitions in Finland at the moment is the Finnish Civil War (1918, the centenary is this year). It’s not something I know much about, … Continue reading
And then for something different, I’d heard about this museum and its exhibition but nonetheless I stumbled upon it by chance. The layout inside is a bit bizarre but the exhibition I saw was both stunning and thought provoking. The … Continue reading
Do owls lunch I wonder? This one does – not often – but when she does, she does it well! A lunch date must not be hurried – and it must involve delicious tasting food. A lunch date is best … Continue reading
Pilgrim’s Cafe on Lindisfarne is an amazing meeting place – and though I didn’t use it (I had an internet-free retreat) one of the places where there’s wifi for customers. The coffee is fabulous and made with love And they … Continue reading
1610 – four hundred and two years old. (Stafford, church lane, greengrocers).
at the British museum struck by how the people are gathered
(taken over in Ashbourne last weekend)