Fee Berry

Fee Berry

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Market Rasen, Lincolnshire, England / Mother, writer, genealogist, composer, crafter, Second Lifer, virtual worlds creator and Quaker, wannabe permaculturist, reincarnationist, pantheist.
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Artist James Brunt is not your normal artist.  He creates elaborate artworks using the natural materials he finds in forests, parks, and beaches near his home in Yorkshire, England. James collects twigs, rocks, and leaves and arranges them in mandala-like spirals and concentric circles. He photographs his finished work to document it before nature once...

Artist James Brunt is not your normal artist. He creates elaborate artworks using the natural materials he finds in forests, parks, and beaches near his home in Yorkshire, England. James collects twigs, rocks, and leaves and arranges them in mandala-like spirals and concentric circles. He photographs his finished work to document it before nature once...

A Look At... Horace Warner

Early 1900 taken by Horace Warner - Spitalfields Nippers The “Sisters Ellis” wear matching dresses, probably made by their mother, a worker in the garment trade

Selection from John Collet, 'May Morning', c.1760. Reproduced courtesy of and with thanks to the Museum of London

The Proceedings of the Old Bailey, A fully searchable edition of the largest body of texts detailing the lives of non-elite people ever published, containing criminal trials held at London's central criminal court.