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  • Vocês gostariam de um sorteio de uma lembrancinha por aqui? 👀 📸 Credits to @josh.perrett
  • Vocês gostariam de um sorteio de uma lembrancinha por aqui? 👀 📸 Credits to @josh.perrett
  • 1,503 16 20 April, 2019
  • This week my family and I are on a road trip around southern England. I’ve brought along some of my favourite mudlarking finds which are related to each historic location we’re visiting.
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When I moved to Europe from New York City nineteen years ago, I was captivated and awestruck by the beautiful medieval castles, cathedrals and palaces. The Middle Ages have always fascinated me, but that time period seemed so distant. I never imagined that you can still find Medieval artefacts even today in the River Thames. Pictured in this photo is a 14th century hammered silver coin I found in the Thames. It’s from King Edward III who reigned from AD 1327-1377.
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Yesterday we spent the day at the enchanting Arundel Castle which dates back to AD 1067. During the Middle Ages, the towering castle was built on a large hill with panoramic views of the coastline, and its fortifications provided protection from invasions. It was partially destroyed during the English Civil War, but was restored and is still the residence of the Duke of Norfolk and his family. Swipe left for more photos of the castle and gardens which are the lovely background for the current Tulip Festival.
  • This week my family and I are on a road trip around southern England. I’ve brought along some of my favourite mudlarking finds which are related to each historic location we’re visiting.
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    When I moved to Europe from New York City nineteen years ago, I was captivated and awestruck by the beautiful medieval castles, cathedrals and palaces. The Middle Ages have always fascinated me, but that time period seemed so distant. I never imagined that you can still find Medieval artefacts even today in the River Thames. Pictured in this photo is a 14th century hammered silver coin I found in the Thames. It’s from King Edward III who reigned from AD 1327-1377.
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    Yesterday we spent the day at the enchanting Arundel Castle which dates back to AD 1067. During the Middle Ages, the towering castle was built on a large hill with panoramic views of the coastline, and its fortifications provided protection from invasions. It was partially destroyed during the English Civil War, but was restored and is still the residence of the Duke of Norfolk and his family. Swipe left for more photos of the castle and gardens which are the lovely background for the current Tulip Festival.
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  • Why would I replace the sky?
Why would I recreate that perfect blue?
What would I change it to? 🎶 
Can you guess the song? 🙉
  • Why would I replace the sky?
    Why would I recreate that perfect blue?
    What would I change it to? 🎶
    Can you guess the song? 🙉
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  • After rain 🌧
  • After rain 🌧
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  • Because my son found this Henry VIII (posthumous) coin last weekend, I took him yesterday to see Henry VIII’s famous warship, the Mary Rose, in the historic Portsmouth harbour. Launched in 1511, the Mary Rose was one of the greatest warships built by King Henry VIII. During the heat of battle against the invading French fleet in 1545, the warship sank in Portsmouth harbour. After over 400 years at the bottom of the harbour, the Mary Rose was excavated in 1982 and carefully preserved over the past 35 years. Like a Tudor-era time capsule, the ship contained the personal belongings of the 500 sailors who perished on board when the ship quickly sank. Swipe left to see photos of the Mary Rose before and after she sank. My son said it’s the best museum he has ever visited. He proudly showed the museum staff the Henry VIII coin he found which was minted a few years after the Mary Rose sank in 1545. Hands on history!
  • Because my son found this Henry VIII (posthumous) coin last weekend, I took him yesterday to see Henry VIII’s famous warship, the Mary Rose, in the historic Portsmouth harbour. Launched in 1511, the Mary Rose was one of the greatest warships built by King Henry VIII. During the heat of battle against the invading French fleet in 1545, the warship sank in Portsmouth harbour. After over 400 years at the bottom of the harbour, the Mary Rose was excavated in 1982 and carefully preserved over the past 35 years. Like a Tudor-era time capsule, the ship contained the personal belongings of the 500 sailors who perished on board when the ship quickly sank. Swipe left to see photos of the Mary Rose before and after she sank. My son said it’s the best museum he has ever visited. He proudly showed the museum staff the Henry VIII coin he found which was minted a few years after the Mary Rose sank in 1545. Hands on history!
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  • Photo by @lucalocatelliphoto | For centuries the river Thames has been considered the backbone of London. Used for transportation by commuters and tourists, the rivers’ waters today are kept under control to prevent tidal flooding, storm surges and rising sea levels. My work revolves around the making of the future, how our society transitions through new ways of living, and how technology is changing our approach to the environment and to our cities. I’ve embarked on a journey with @natgeo to showcase how London, one of the world’s busiest and fastest growing cities, is evolving.
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  • Photo by @lucalocatelliphoto | For centuries the river Thames has been considered the backbone of London. Used for transportation by commuters and tourists, the rivers’ waters today are kept under control to prevent tidal flooding, storm surges and rising sea levels. My work revolves around the making of the future, how our society transitions through new ways of living, and how technology is changing our approach to the environment and to our cities. I’ve embarked on a journey with @natgeo to showcase how London, one of the world’s busiest and fastest growing cities, is evolving.
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예술의 역사에서 가장 유명한 57개 작품의 새로운 감상법과 감상의 주요 요소들을 소개한 책.
감동적인 스토리 하나 !
제일 마지막 사진의 주인공인 마리나 아브라모비치 (Marina Abramović)는 2010년 MoMA에서  3개월동안 'The Artist is Present' 라는 퍼포먼스를 했는데 이 퍼포먼스는 하루 8시간씩 3개월 동안 저 의자에 앉아 상대방을 응시하는 행위예술 이었다고해요. 누가 와서 참여를 할까 걱정이 많았다고 하는데 하루에 8천여명이 올 정도로 인기가 있었다고 합니다. 그 중에 마리나의 전 연인이 와서 앉았고 둘은 20여년을 못 본 상태였는데 말없이 응시하다 결국 눈물을 흘리며 손을 잡았다고 하네요. 행위예술의 룰에는 어긋낫지만 그 행위 자체가 예술이 되고 감동적이었다고..ㅠㅠ
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#anewwayofseeing  #kellygrovier #thames&hudson #marinaabramović #art
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    예술의 역사에서 가장 유명한 57개 작품의 새로운 감상법과 감상의 주요 요소들을 소개한 책.
    감동적인 스토리 하나 !
    제일 마지막 사진의 주인공인 마리나 아브라모비치 (Marina Abramović)는 2010년 MoMA에서 3개월동안 'The Artist is Present' 라는 퍼포먼스를 했는데 이 퍼포먼스는 하루 8시간씩 3개월 동안 저 의자에 앉아 상대방을 응시하는 행위예술 이었다고해요. 누가 와서 참여를 할까 걱정이 많았다고 하는데 하루에 8천여명이 올 정도로 인기가 있었다고 합니다. 그 중에 마리나의 전 연인이 와서 앉았고 둘은 20여년을 못 본 상태였는데 말없이 응시하다 결국 눈물을 흘리며 손을 잡았다고 하네요. 행위예술의 룰에는 어긋낫지만 그 행위 자체가 예술이 되고 감동적이었다고..ㅠㅠ
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    #anewwayofseeing #kellygrovier #thames &hudson #marinaabramović #art
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  • Stuck in traffic on Westminster Bridge. And that’s a good thing.
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