Imagine to walk in the places where people have gathered for nearly a thousand years and think about the ways they created these big masterpieces of architecture
#WeekendCoffeeShare at Diana’ new blog space Part Time Monster If we were having coffee I would tell you that I got inspired to write this post because I found extra postcards form the V&A museum that I gave to a an American guest who came to us this week. She shares the same great grand father as my husband and […]
The crypt of St Martins-in-the-Fields is our favourite place to eat. You get traditional English dishes in a healthier edition and always plenty so that you can go on for hours. Many concerts are held in the church, mostly baroque, and we were lucky to arrive at the last day of Easter to hear Handel’s Messiah. Around the corner is Charing […]
And some special exhibitions spring 2016 Staying at the attractive Kensington as a tourist it’s easy to take a bus to Knightsbridge and from there walk to the Victoria & Albert Museum also called the V&A. It’s huge so priorities have to be made or more than one visit is also a possibility. This time I went to see […]
Just opposite the Kensington High Street tube station a beautiful church in the 13th century English Gothic style. It’s drawn back a bit from the wide pavement in a busy corner of two streets. In front of the church you see a WWI memorial decorated with wreaths of red poppies, the symbol of loss of soldiers in battle and beside […]
In my childhood these posters could be seen in waiting rooms at doctors and dentists. These are ads for our national railway in Denmark called DSB.
Assignment for the blogging course Photo 101 “Street” I am convinced that the photo I took a few years ago in London in New Bond Street is the same place as beneath painting by the famous Swedish painter Anders Zorn. The painting is at the permanent exhibition at Gothenburg Art Museum. It is difficult to take a picture of it as the painting is behind […]