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A Year From Oak CottageA Year From Oak Cottage

Food for the soul, eyes and tummy

 
Ysobel YcleptYsobel Yclept

Pictures of my life

 
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At all costs the true world of childhood must prevail, must be restored; that world whose momentous, heroic, mysterious quality is fed on airy nothings, whose substance is so ill-fitted to withstand the brutal touch of adult inquisition. From Jean Co...

My friend, I’ve been lying all my life. Even when I was telling the truth. From Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s Demons (1871)Filed under: Photographs Tagged: art, Delhi, demon, devil, Dostoyevsky, India, photography...

Ms. Dhu was a 22-year-old Yamatji woman who died in custody in the South Hedland Police Station in August 2014.  Arrested for unpaid fines, she was already suffering from pneumonia and septicaemia caused by a broken rib, inflicted by her partner...

To live is to be haunted. From Philip K Dick’s Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said (1974)Filed under: Photographs Tagged: art, ghosts, graffiti, haunted, Margate, Philip K Dick, photography, UK...

Eyes as black and as shiny as chips of obsidian stared back into his. They were eyes like black holes, letting nothing out, not even information. From Neil Gaiman’s Anansi Boys (2005)Filed under: Photographs Tagged: architecture, Brazil, Neil G...

More of your conversation would infect my brain. From William Shakespeare’s Coriolanus (1608-1609)Filed under: Photographs Tagged: art, Barcelona, conversation, MACBA, photography, Shakespeare, Spain...

He who controls the spice controls the universe. From Frank Herbert’s Dune (1965)Filed under: Photographs Tagged: bazaar, Dune, Istanbul, market, photography, spice, Turkey...