A few years ago I was given a private tour of Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in London and I had special permission to photograph the space. I felt very privileged to be able to wander around with my camera, free to capture the changing light across the seating, beams, stage and even backstage area.
Tulips are like colourful wine goblets, sprouting and spouting from the ground and there is a fantastically riotous clang of tulips at this very moment at RHS Wisley.
No judgement here if you licked the screen just now because these cinnamon buns are absolutely scrumptious. They’re a bit like a hot cross bun, only more delicious! The comforting rich flavour of cinnamon set against the moist, smooth plump dough is pure perfection. I know you’ll love this recipe.
I have a very good raisin to post this recipe.
Design for a Neo-Palladian Villa overlooking Waynflete’s Tower, Esher Place 1730-1735
© Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
An exhibition examining the life and work of William Kent, one of the leading designers of early Georgian Britain, has opened at the V&A museum.
Screaming would be unseemly for a blog.
Baked with Mother’s Day in mind, these light, fluffy sponge cakes filled with cool cream cheese frosting and blueberries to top are the best!