Richard Shilling's land art involves making sculptures using only natural materials gathered near to where the sculpture is going to be made. He doesn't use glue or string and some of his work will last only a few short minutes before a change in the weather will sweep them away. Some of his art consists of different sized rocks balanced on top of each other precariously. We will have a gallery of his creations on the Telegraph site later today.
what both these image shows that women continue to be treated as an object, something that needs to be controlled. Funny how the woman on the right must cover a certain amount of flesh to not make men feel uncomfortable by exposing their sexualised body. In order to avoid that a man must make her feel uncomfortable and he is really close to her sexalised body but he is not uncomfortable, more like thriving on his control over her.
At first, thought this was a photograph artist book but finally tracking the original source (not easily done on Pinterest) it is Cornwall artist Amanda Hoksin's sketchbook, photographed by Andrew Montgomery.
25 Pretty Head Table Ideas: From Big Traditional to Intimate Sweetheart
After you say “I do,” it’s time to enjoy your first meal as husband and wife. Whether you want to be the center of attention or sit among your closest friends and family, these head table ideas will get you inspired to dine in style at your reception.