Category Archives: Fresco

Why I Love Art

Three amazing things happened this month.  I chanced to meet a postman (actually a lady!) standing in for our usual postman – who stopped to ask if this was my house, with the fresco on the side. We talked a … Continue reading

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Reflections

Yesterday I went for a checkup at Bedford Hospital’s ENT department. I met with the two surgeons most familiar with my case, who always gently recommend chemotherapy and radiation, which I, equally gently, always refuse. This time they both observed … Continue reading

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Persistence Seems To Pay Off

Every now and again I read something which fills me with amazement about the stubborn, relentless persistence of the human mind. Researching the structure of dolomite, a variation of calcium carbonate which incorporates magnesium and which, because of its great … Continue reading

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Mankind’s Oldest Technology

Unveiled today – and at last people are looking up from their iphones and their feet, and enjoying something that surprises them.  You don’t get this from television or iphones – only from the human hand and eye: mankind’s oldest … Continue reading

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