According to the company, “Besides being a kickass front light, the Laserlight has a unique safety feature. Its green laser projects the image of a bike 5-6 metres onto the road ahead. This alerts vehicles of the unseen cyclists and prevents drivers from turning across their path.”
Tulipa ‘Captain Fryatt’ with viral streaking. Cambridge University Botanic Garden has just received an award from Plant Heritage for the micropropagation of clean stock of this tulip, which has been infected with a virus that causes the streaked colouration seen in this photograph. ‘Captain Fryatt’ has not even been listed in the RHS Plant Finder since 1999, and is therefore considered very rare indeed.
Daniella Zalcman is based in NYC where she works as a freelance photographer for the Wall Street Journal. Born in Washington, DC. Her latest series ‘London + New York’ is a collection of double exposures and at the same time a love letter to two beautiful cities.
The series explores place, memory, and identity through architecture and nostalgia. Brooklyn Bridge Park meets Leicester Square. Whitehall meets the South Bronx. The High Line meets Knightsbridge.
Hello readers! My name is Jillian and I have been living in London since September 1, 2012. I first attended graduate school for Art History and now that I'm out and unemployed, I like to sleep in and go on little adventures. This is a London travel blog.