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Spring Equinox!

Happy Spring Equinox! 😊🌱🌸

“You can cut all the flowers but you cannot keep Spring from coming./
Podrán cortar todas las flores, pero no podrán detener la primavera.”
~Pablo Neruda.

#WorldPoetryDay #unesco

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World Book Day!

02.03.2017

Happy World Book Day! 📚

Keep on reading, creating and sharing stories.
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Photo: The Last Bookstore, Downtown Los Angeles.

Mother Language Day

Mother Language Day
22/02/2017

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Languages connect us. I’m grateful to have grown up multilingual and multicultural. It took me a while to fully embrace the importance of this when I was younger, but now I proudly celebrate being different. I’m proud of my Portuguese, English, Spanish, Egyptian, and Scottish influences and heritage. I may not have one place to call home, but calling the world my home is a great thing too!  Happy #MotherLanguageDay!

http://on.unesco.org/2lKUIbU

Past Preservers

Past Preservers:
‘Expert of the Week’

Thank you Past Preservers, I was thrilled to recently be featured as your ‘Expert of the Week’! 😊 For those interested or curious, check out my profile on the expert database and get in touch for any archaeological media & documentary projects! http://www.pastpreservers.com/our-experts

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Photography credits: (left, London) @brianrolfephoto | (centre, Peru) @eslopez128 | (right, Iceland) @laivo

Fishermen on the Backwaters

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‘Fishermen on the Backwaters’ – Pattanam, Kerala, India

A tranquil moment observing local everyday life along the beautiful backwaters of Kerala, India. This spot was just a short bike ride away from where I was leading a magnetometry survey at the archaeological site of Pattanam, believed to be the ancient Indo-Roman trade-port Muziris.

See our field report for more:  www.keralahistory.ac.in/pdf2014/ptm2011_field%20Report.pdf