Fukushima by Natalia Sobanska ‘I love abandoned places but seeing all of these things in schools and houses was so traumatic. When you are there, especially in the area which was affected by the tsunami, you are surrounded by the depth of the tragedy which happened there. It broke my soul.’

Fukushima by Natalia Sobanska ‘I love abandoned places but seeing all of these things in schools and houses was so traumatic. When you are there, especially in the area which was affected by the tsunami, you are surrounded by the depth of the tragedy which happened there. It broke my soul.’

Rather rare now, extinct in my area, this Marsh Orchid was pressed in 1939 into a 1934 first edition of “Paradise Never Lost”. This volume was chock full of flowers and newspaper clippings and coloured pictures from magazines. What have you found tucked away in forgotten tomes?

Rather rare now, extinct in my area, this Marsh Orchid was pressed in 1939 into a 1934 first edition of “Paradise Never Lost”. This volume was chock full of flowers and newspaper clippings and coloured pictures from magazines. What have you found tucked away in forgotten tomes?