Matthew Richmond

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Matthew has been writing about the Arts and culture for Interesting Everything since 2012. Having graduated an Arts History major from Berkeley in the late 60's he now spends his retirement writing about 18th century painters, surfing with his partner, and occasionally posting the odd article on Interesting Everything. He lives in oceanside, california.

London Bridge the Thames Crossing and Arizona Curiosity

Photograph of the painting "The Demolition of Old London Bridge"
The story of London Bridge through history to become the current Thames crossing and Arizona curiosity.

Everything you ever wanted to know about the River Danube

River Danube
The River Danube is undoubtedly one of the most famous stretches of water in the entire world. Here's what you might not know about this majestic river of Europe.

Everything you need to know about the Vasari Corridor

If you haven’t heard of the mysterious Vasari Corridor; it’s one of the most interesting and exciting places in all of Florence. It’s a secret passageway.

Summer Evening Wheatfield with setting sun Vincent van Gogh

Summer Evening Wheatfield
Vincent van Gogh's stunning paining Summer Evening Wheatfield with setting sun was inspired by mans labours working with natures natural cycle of life.

Glencoe Scotland the Highlands highlight

Glencoe Scotland
There are some places on earth that you just have to see, Glencoe is one of them.

Hadrian’s Wall a legacy of Roman Britain

Hadrian's wall
Hadrian's Wall crosses a country and dates back to AD 122, and took the Romans only 8 years to build. Take a look at this legacy of Roman Britain.

Photographers Rights vs Security

Security vs a photographers liberty
When does the need for security become an issue for photographers. In the run up to this years olympics in London we look at the issues surrounding photographic liberty, and the need to protect olympic venues.

Where is John Steinbeck when you need him?

a photograph of the author John Steinbeck
The battle of Salinas, California is about to be repeated in our epoch of unrest, and this time there is no Steinbeck to highlight...