Daniël van Harselaar

Daniël van Harselaar

Daniël van Harselaar
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Love this. Reminds me if some doors I once seen. The blonde in the pic.

Love this. Reminds me if some doors I once seen. The blonde in the pic.

Dragon

Dragon

The Sneinton Dragon - The Sneinton Dragon stands at the junction of Manvers Street and Sneinton Hermitage in Nottingham. It was unveiled on 21 November 2006. Made from stainless steel it is 7 feet tall and its wingspan is 15 feet. Local craftsman Robert Stubley spent 3 month sculpting the piece after residents of Sneinton were asked by the Renewal Trust what they would like to see as a piece of public art to represent their area. In 1914 Robert Mellors wrote about The Original Sneinton…

The Sneinton Dragon - The Sneinton Dragon stands at the junction of Manvers Street and Sneinton Hermitage in Nottingham. It was unveiled on 21 November 2006. Made from stainless steel it is 7 feet tall and its wingspan is 15 feet. Local craftsman Robert Stubley spent 3 month sculpting the piece after residents of Sneinton were asked by the Renewal Trust what they would like to see as a piece of public art to represent their area. In 1914 Robert Mellors wrote about The Original Sneinton…

The Angel of Death

The Angel of Death

Highgate Cemetery, Romford Rd, East London. When I was there in '06, it was the most magical (and quite scary) place to explore. It appeared that at the back of the cemetery (similar to the photo) there were areas that had possibly been bombed due to huge, unexplainable pits in random places where graves had fallen into/been destroyed. The chapel had partially collapsed, and vines and trees found their way inside, as did birds. A quintessential mysterious  creepy London cemetery!

Highgate Cemetery, Romford Rd, East London. When I was there in '06, it was the most magical (and quite scary) place to explore. It appeared that at the back of the cemetery (similar to the photo) there were areas that had possibly been bombed due to huge, unexplainable pits in random places where graves had fallen into/been destroyed. The chapel had partially collapsed, and vines and trees found their way inside, as did birds. A quintessential mysterious creepy London cemetery!

travelocean288:  Druid temple North Yorkshire England //Druids may have used these sites but they were already old when the Celts arrived in Britain. .

travelocean288: Druid temple North Yorkshire England //Druids may have used these sites but they were already old when the Celts arrived in Britain. .

Nice to meet you, I'm door.

Nice to meet you, I'm door.

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Bat anatomy

Bat anatomy