- If you’ve not come across it, “The Saint John’s Bible is the first handwritten, hand-illuminated Bible to be commissioned by a Benedictine Abbey in over five hundred years.” Some of the images are simply breathtaking. Here is a wonderful selection
- My boss Paul Windsor has a lovely piece on the truly mesmerising Indian art of Jugulbandi
- What an inspiring vision: A Kenyan Solar plant making drinking water from the sea
- Having just been in Romania last month (admittedly for only 36 hours), it is powerful to see these: some of Ceaușescu’s Orphans 30 years later
- Describing colours to blind people – there is something wonderful about this.
- My uncle Peter-John is a marine biologist whose expertise is in wetlands and rivers. Here is a fantastic story map about his work in SE Asia.
- Obviously, dogs diving for balls underwater
- And while we’re underwater, here’s a diver, Jonathan Bird, demonstrated the bizarre world of pumping sponges!
- I love these every one: winners of the Epson panoramic photography competition. Breathtaking.
- How one bloke broke Siri – hilarious.
- I also love the way that the internet makes previously unlikely things now seem possible and even probable. Like matching this guy’s truck with a new bonnet (or hood, as Americans perversely call it)