With apologies to Word Porn and Victoria Erickson
The concept / superstition of “the evil eye” is one that I have encountered in many cultures around the world. The trinket below is to ward off the gaze of those with evil intent.
More on the theme of EYE here
After the rain, under the light, black vs blue, and the moment of victory:
A little fun with the Riddle tomb from the Harry Potter studio tour. I may do this over and over with other text. I’m easily amused.
Other Potterishness here.
The city of Liverpool is dear to my heart, and in twenty years of visits there I have seen the impact of investment and development. Between the modernism and feats of architecture there are still traces of the city’s seafaring past.
On my most recent visit I went to the central library, and there I found a glorious transformation. The stairwell is visually stunning, and the place was packed out – so much for mean spirited prejudices against scousers.
From the Heron Tower looking down on London.
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