Sadly in this case most of the college was closed, so I only had the chance to take a picture of the chapel.
Welcome to Hogwart! Harry Potter fans will probably recognise the ceiling of the Great Hall… without the enchantment, of course: The film makers built a replica of Christ Church’s Great Hall in the London studios. More information: https://www.chch.ox.ac.uk/visiting-christ-church/hall The staircase leading towards the hall also featuredContinue reading “Oxford Colleges (1): Christ Church”
Shortly before Christmas I was lucky enough to find an old travel desk/ writing box in an Oxford antiques store. It was not in a great shape, but very, very cheap: 9.50 GBP! After cleaning, the inside already started looking better: The outside was a bit more tricky. I sanded the surface, using two differentContinue reading “Refurbishing Antique Travel Desk”
You can’t go further south on this island… Arrived in grey weather, but 15 minutes later the sun came out. https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/lizard-point
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Last year has been very busy, but over the Christmas days I finally managed to sort through some of the pictures I took last year. Here is the first selection of pictures from a short trip to Cornwall: Glendurgan Garden.
This year I started writing murder mysteries for parties with friends and decided to publish the ones that actually went rather well. It took me a while to finish all the drawings for the character profiles, the re-writing, editing and layout, but I can finally announce the first one: “Island Murders” The Characters: ItContinue reading “Island Murders – A 1920s Murder Mystery”