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Textured Leaves: Tuesdays of Texture

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Merry Christmas: Tuesdays of Texture

As Christmas dawn breaks in Australia and children are getting up to see what joy Santa has left them in stockings and pillowcases the rest of the world sleeps. Santa of course has had his busiest night of the year. … Continue reading

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Textures at the Great Pyramids of Giza: Tuesdays of Texture

Never have I been so aware of the textured surface that towered above me. And people wonder how the Ancient Egyptians moved those rocks. Take it from me – it was easy.

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Textures inside Quaitbay Citadel: Tuesdays of Texture

Inside Quaitbay Citadel wood and stone and mud bricks give rise to interesting textures.

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Canons in Alexandria: Tuedsdays of Texture

Fort Quaitbay situated on the edge of the Mediterranean  at Alexandria dates from the 15th century and has been an important strategic stronghold over the years. The canons however are not quite that old and date back to the reign … Continue reading

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Carpet Making in Egypt: Tuesdays of Texture

On our first day in Egypt we visited a carpet making school that was close to the pyramids at Saqqara. We were told that education is compulsory in Egypt up to the end of primary school level. In agricultural areas, … Continue reading

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Rusty Trunk: Tuesday’s of Texture

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