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Month: January 2016

My Top 101 Books (part A, 1-50)

Vacuum Diagrams – Stephen Baxter. I love this book. It spans hundreds of thousands of years and it surprised and intrigued me right the way through. It’s often described as a collection of short stories, but it definitely seemed like one epic novel to me.

Oddly Beautiful Photos of the Night Sky

The above image shows the scene during a blackout. If you visit the page, you can also see how it would normally look with light pollution. I must admit, I find both images beautiful.

Jaffalogue’s Best Reads of 2015: Part 1

Originally posted on Jaffalogue:
What a great year for reading! I posted more than 300 reviews this year and have some recommendations to give in many different genres. I will try to limit the “Best of” Awards to things published…

Paul Klee

Arguably Klee’s most famous piece Senecio (1922, oil on canvas), currently housed in the Kunstmuseum, Basel, Switzerland – another reason why I must visit Switzerland one day.