‘In 1951 the northern parts of the park were transformed into the “Pleasure Gardens” as part of the Festival of Britain celebrations.’ ‘The Festival of Britain was a national exhibition held throughout the United Kingdom in the summer of 1951. It was organised by the government to give Britons a feeling of recovery in the aftermath of war and to promote the British contribution to […]Read more "Battersea Park Pleasure Garden"
The most beautiful railway station.Read more "St Pancras"
Our miniature lives seen from the View – from the top of the Shard.Read more "Our miniature lives"
The Big City Type I woke up in a big city apartment Rode to a big city job On a big city subway With hip, big city people Worked at a big city job In a big city skyscraper Stood in a big city line For lunch, heard big city jazz On […]Read more "Urban twist"
Brisbane, I dare to say, has more interesting architecture than Sydney or Melbourne. Strolling around the CBD, with my eyes pointing high above, I have found these great shapes, curves and blocks:Read more "The Brisbane Architecture Melange"
Marvellous Travel I travel with my eyes, Watching those silently cry, Asking themselves the question why, Someone left them without saying goodbye; I travel with my thoughts, I travel with my pen; To write about children, women and men; I travel with my voice, I travel with my hope, That something new, would spring into […]Read more "In Transit"