This page will feature imagery that we particularly like or find interesting or quirky - who is to say what is art and what its confines are - from da Vinci's 'The Lady and the Ermine' to 'Simon's Cat' or the gothic style of the 1930s to the flower fairies of Cicely Mary Barker, sculptures, textile designs, anything visual is welcome here!
This is so un-Disney and really appeals to me, not to mention the colours which of course I adore!
London Underground Business as Usual
Evoking the spirit of WWII in the London Underground - this spoof reminds us of the more famous 'Keep Calm' campaign!
VW 'Emissions' Scandal
Remember the VW 'Emissions' Scandal - good imagery to dissipate the unpleasanter side of the story!
From the Baba Studio a tasteful Halloween arrangement
The Chrysler & the Empire State Building
Different angle to show the Chrysler gargoyles
Just a bit of fun and clever photography
Catch 'em Young!
Couldn't resist this little bit of patriotic fervour and the pure joy in these kiddies faces!
In my sister's Back Yard
Well, not quite in her back yard (we have gardens) but what a view of Wollaton Hall! Thanks to the Nottingham Evening Post for featuring this remarkable image.
Cleaning Big Ben (the Elizabeth Tower)
The team of cleaners abseiled down from the top of the tower to clean the face of the famous clock - with thanks to the Press Association and the Daily Mail for this remarkable image of Big Ben and the Elizabeth Tower.
Lightning has been striking religious monuments with increasing regularity, the latest being the gigantic Statue of Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro - with thanks to the Daily Mail and Getty Images for the pictures and narrative.
Using a spectacularly irreverent heading the Daily Mail states :
Well... he is Jesus! Lightning bolt looks like it's being thrown from the hand of Brazil's famous Christ the Redeemer statue during spectacular storm
By James Nye PUBLISHED: 05:47, 17 January 2014 | UPDATED: 08:54, 18 January 2014
This is the staggering moment that the 100-foot tall statue of Jesus that towers over Rio de Janeiro was hit by lightning.
The Christ the Redeemer statue was struck in the early hours of Wednesday morning as a spectacular electrical storm lit up the sky. The iconic statue is the largest stone-work of Jesus ever built and stands more than 2,000 feet above Rio on top of the Corcovado Hill.
It was hit by lightning in February 2008 and had to undergo a serious restoration because the bolt damaged its head and chipped the right thumb
Named one of the seven new wonders of the world in 2007, the statue is made of 700 tonnes of reinforced concrete. (See also Tributes)
Divine: A lightning flashes over the statue of Christ the Redeemer on top of the Corcovado hill in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on January 16, 2014
View of lightning that strikes next to the statue Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 16 January 2014. The city has suffered a strong storm that left neighborhoods without power and flooded streets - copyright EPA
Awesome: Lightning flashes over the Christ the Redeemer statue on top of Corcovado Hill in Rio de Janeiro on January 14, 2014
1953 Radio Times Cover for the coronation of Her Most Gracious Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II
A group of girls out for a stroll, not at all self-conscious and giving a fantastic insight into the everyday fashions of the day!
Three lovely examples of the fairies : Lavender, Fuchsia and Holly
From the Daily Mail 'Lunar Plane now landing' article some remarkable images of a blood-red moon with the beautiful Albert Bridge as its 'backdrop' at the front!
The lunar plane now arriving... The striking blood-red moon pictured over London as aircraft passes in front
"As their plane soared across a spectacular orange globe, anyone on board must have felt, well, over the moon.
However, while a full moon is often associated with madness, there is a more rational explanation for this dramatic image than the inauguration of lunar flights.
The passenger jet passed across the face of the sphere in the midnight blue sky just as it was bathed in the glow of the setting sun, creating this striking scene last night.
The photograph was taken close to Albert Bridge in West London. The Grade II listed monument was built in 1873 and will mark the starting point of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee flotilla on June 3. "
A plane passes the full moon as it rises over Albert Bridge on Monday night - copyright Getty Images
City lights: A passer-by walks over Battersea bridge as the scarlet globe glows in the sky ahead of a freezing night - copyright the Press Association
Page updated : 29th March 2017