Monthly Archives: September 2014

Scallop shells and the Spitalfields Roman

In the Museum of London I saw a lead coffin decorated with scallop shells. For nearly two thousand years it had held the body of a young Roman woman. She was dressed in wool and jacquard silk woven through with … Continue reading

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Wipe your eyes. On your feet.

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Applecross Raft Race,(The Beginning)

Originally posted on applecrosslife:
Managed the first two, that is heading over to the Pier and mending most of a fleet of creels. Ardhu is becoming the most photographed hamlet on the peninsula, but it looks different almost every time…

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