January 29, 2022 - Reading time: ~1 minute

The North-West Angle of the Facade of St Mark’s, Venice,
by John Ruskin (1819–1900)

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July 6, 2019 - Reading time: ~1 minute

Diorama of Tokyo's back alleyways, sized for a bookshelf. Sculpted by monde." alt="We peer into a narrow alleyway, flanked on both sides by buildings -- windows, potted plants, and balconies. It is no real alleyway, but a diorama that's designed to fit on a bookshelf next to other books.

Crafted by @monde.
"The Tokyo-based artist built and designed intricate, wooden bookshelf inserts that are like miniature dioramas of narrow alleyways you might find in the streets of Tokyo."

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September 11, 2014 - Reading time: ~1 minute
...bricks chip and erode, paint fades and flakes from the surface. Inhuman forces — the sun, the rain, the wind — operate in alliance with human action over time, eroding and texturising space. Thus memory writes itself indelibly on the literal surfaces of the city.


November 21, 2013 - Reading time: ~1 minute

South Side Cemetery, Carrick
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania


February 23, 2013 - Reading time: ~1 minute

Rajasthan, India.
Source unattributed (via Tumblr).

February 9, 2013 - Reading time: ~1 minute

Dawn at the Shrine of Remembrance.
Photographed 9th February, 2013.