Did you ever wonder why there are so many images in English literature of tunnels leading to magical spaces? I stopped right in the middle of an English country road to take this picture. It was one of the times I knew that all the fairy tales were true.
One friend of mine is currently in Paris en route home from the island of Rhodes. Another is heading to Europe for a month - and knowing him that will include several art museums in France .
Catherine Street, Frome, Somerset, England, United Kingdom.
Yeah, I drove. And yeah, that double yellow line means no passing. No matter which way you're going. It's not a one-way street! Read more about No Passing
A few years ago I hopped a tour bus in Rome for a day trip to Pompeii. I might have known I'd get lost. Read more about Fleeing Pompeii
More than one way to catch a fox. Turning my posting process inside out this week. I promised a companion piece to my friend Sarajane this morning, and then couldn't get Facebook to upload it. And no wonder. It was HUGE. Read more about Foxy
Read more about Troia
“And they always find in archeology ‘a series of small walls.’ Every time, a series of small walls. Everywhere you go. ‘We’ve found a series of small walls, we’re very excited…’ “ Eddy Izzard
Who isn't following Downton Abbey this season? Who won't be following Mad Men over the coming months? I am. Aren't you?
Much has been written about the popularity of these series, but most of them focus on the obvious. On costumes and titles and houses and money and how much in love we all are with them. Read more about Transitions
I've long maintained that if we were to forget the Bible, the Koran, the Upanishads - forget Moses and Jesus and Mohammed and Krishna, the Buddha and the Bodhi Tree - it would not matter in the long run. There would always be a story. If we didn't remember one, we would make one up. Read more about Bull!