|Some Colours Returning, 2020 - Kate Waters|
The House Mill of 1776 at Bromley by Bow is the largest tidal mill in the world and the only remaining mill at Three Mill Island on the River Lea.
A podcast about Spite Houses (Via FB pal Hal)
Edith Sitwell’s gossipy address book found: Cat torturers' names withheld
Hiding Images in Plain Sight A Magic Window that produces a 3D hologram.
Hopes and prayers: Best saint to implore to intercede against Covid on your behalf (via Perfect for Roquefort Cheese)
Attacked by two sharks at once ‘That second shark ended up saving my life.’
A (rather long) video of intrigue and drama, set against grand Africa and its wildlife: The Queen Of Trees (Thanks Bruce!)
We know Elvis Presley as the King Of Rock and Roll. In Friedberg, Germany he is the King of the Intersection.
This lovely collection of salt prints of old Japan came up in my Facebook memories.
In the Dead Archives In early 2009, a 52-year-old grandfather began leaving comments on the Internet Archive’s Grateful Dead collection, where nearly every note the band played live can be listened to for free.
Who's a good boy? Dog ejected from car during crash found on sheep farm, herding sheep
From Burgundy to Le Havre: The Man Who Swam the Seine (Thanks Bruce!)
This is all that remains of the house of one of the greatest artists ever to have worked in Rome, Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475–1564 CE). Or is it?
Tourist Attraction: ‘My brother brought friends to marvel at the awful state of my body’
Experts' Expert: How to remove stains from furniture and carpets You're welcome.