Let's have five consecutive hours of photographers! For the first hour we'll be looking at Hans Bellmer.
M.R. James (b. 1862) is perhaps one of the most understated writers of odd ghost stories of all time. Many of his stories take place at Oxbridge and other places with a very English feel, reflecting the life of the author himself. James also catalogued medieval manuscripts (see below), for which he was well-respected during his…
When the sun's tentacles reach down from heaven and thaw my frozen tongue
I'll have a voice that's all my own...
It's a great little story which plays with one of society's greatest fears... not just being killed, but what will happen to your body once your spirit has gone? It's always fascinated me that people will dwell on this to such an extent.
I've spent my whole life listening to David Bowie and no one comes close to his beautiful and inspiring music and lyrics. I've also spent an awful lot of time looking at pictures of him. Here are my favourite strange photos of the Black Star himself.
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.