Welcome back. March is nearly over, unbelievable really, and the grips of winter are knocking at the door that's for sure. I'm still hopeful for one or perhaps two goods last ditch attempts by summer to say goodbye. Actually i don't mind winter, I find it gives me time to spend in my study or lounge reading and putting together one of my blogs ( I have three running now). I really do enjoy seeing what other people are doing and making and building. I watched a program last week on architecture and I heard someone say this "architecture is just art that we walk through and live in". I sat there and thought to myself I've never heard it put that way before, but he was right, it's art on a grand scale. So here we are, enjoy other peoples art, not in oils or on a canvas, but in concrete and steel.
This is similar to what they are planning in Christchurch, I think it's fantastic
I am always struck by the beauty and the complexity of nautical design, even thought these images are computer generated, this boat is actually being built. It's amazing.
This years new color?
The Paris natural history museum, what a wonderful place, I'm going to be in this very room in about 9 weeks time. I can't wait.
Grain Silos can be made to look fantastic, only in France