My running buddy suggested a trip to the Sainsbury Centre to see The Body Observed: Magnum Photos, to celebrate her birthday on Friday and I was happy to oblige. However, on the walk through the University of East Anglia campus to meet her, I was distracted by these baby bunnies amid the bluebells - and arrived … Continue reading My Weekend Photo – Featuring Baby Animals.
It was a world first. A clever way to entice visitors into the South Kensington Museum, as the V&A was known then, to experience all the cultural delights on offer. What do you think I'm talking about? Huge sculptures? Breathtaking art? Actually, Henry Cole, the founding director, made sure the first thing visitors in the 1860s … Continue reading My Weekend Photo – Featuring The V&A, London.
What to do on a wet Sunday? Perhaps it wasn't the ideal weather to be outdoors but Freya has fond memories of Felbrigg Hall's walled garden and really wanted to return - and with the local football derby taking place in the city, it seemed like heading out of Norwich might be a good idea. If … Continue reading A Rainy Sunday Trip To Felbrigg Hall in Norfolk.
And then it just stopped. The constant arguing, the blistering anger that would ignite over the most unlikely things, the need to control every. single. thing; like a summer storm it blew over almost as swiftly as it arrived. Well, maybe not entirely. Freya is still three, after all - and has a very definite opinion … Continue reading A Mother And Daughter Afternoon At The NUA Degree Shows.