Monthly Archives: October 2013

Eveready Harton

Sometimes, just every now and then, you stumble on something so wonderfully unique that it seems almost anachronous – like, it doesn’t suit the time from which it emerged. Eveready Harton is one such example. Read the full post on my blog;

The Bone Yard

The ancient cemetery of Khalid Nabi boasts the protection of the Iranian government. The national heritage site has over 600 headstones resembling male and female genitalia which are thought to have been erected between the 17-19th centuries. It gets its name from a nearby mausoleum believed to house the tomb […]