Eighteenth century looking glass with embedded lenses.
The lovely phyllotaxy of the nettle. Leaves are arranged in opposite pairs to catch maximum sunlight.
Mosaic floor of bedroom, Hadrian’s Villa.
Bare wattles, unplastered, on Sussex barn. Exposing the bones of a timber-framed building.
Designed in 1936, this is the gateway to the Spider Garden, Hoveton Hall, Norfolk.
An abstraction of rusty bedsprings.
This is a detail of the main door, St Maurice, Angers. In the heart of the ancient Angevin Empire, this 12th century cathedral has a window dedicated to Thomas Becket.
an intimate look at the stem of the monkey puzzle. Why exactly was the monkey puzzled?
Scissor-braced, seven-canted roof constructed round about 1330 at Westhall church, Suffolk.