From Shakespeare to Winehouse to Brontë to Sheeran: over 400 years of British portraiture

The National Portrait Gallery’s ‘Shakespeare to Winehouse’ exhibition borrows 84 pieces of portraiture from London. With portraits from as early as 1575, to more recent portraits of the likes of Ed Sheeran, the exhibition makes you learn about the past, and discover things about celebrities you love.Continue readingFrom Shakespeare to Winehouse to Brontë to Sheeran: over 400 years of British portraiture

Road tripping in our own backyard

Rural Australia. A daunting world to enter for any city slicker, and maybe too daunting to plan a holiday passing through, or is it? Yes, all the major cities have a 100 restaurants and bars to enjoy the city skyline darkening the surrounds, but what can a breath of fresh air and a different view of rural Australia offer? The answer – colourful, awe inspiring silos standing tall over many almost forgotten towns.Continue readingRoad tripping in our own backyard