The Flame and the Glow

| April 18, 2021

Radium – Light the catalyst… She’s wonderful isn’t she…her dance…her name is Loie Fuller [pioneer of modern dance and theatrical lighting] if you wish to see her again…she calls it… this dance…her fire dance…[Why?]…I believe its because she’s interested in the way flames move. Henri Curie speaking to Marie Skłodowska from Radioactive. Screenplay by Jack […]

On Duty Throughout

| April 15, 2020

Carved into the Lessons from History On 14 April 2020 the Daily Express presented the suggestion, made by Mr. Terence McIlroy, that in recognition of the bravery of the British National Health Service (NHS), during the Covid-19 pandemic, that the organization could be presented with the honorific award of the George Medal. Although the article […]

THE LIGHT AND THE DARK

| January 31, 2015

The Tale of Despereaux As I wander through the day thinking upon what next to write about I cannot help but feel astonished by what presents itself. Though I continually search for stories with a Scottish Great War base it seems lately that I have been, wanting to continue upon the path towards creative thought […]

The Lion’s Roar

| July 24, 2011

There is something about the King of the Jungle, either as, the creature in person (animal!) or as carvings. I especially like to take pictures of them wherever I encounter them, as part of the Royal Coat of Arms, or featured on memorials, fountains, garden statues, crests, signs and what have you. Two of these […]