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Food Trend: Rainbow food

Skittles have been encouraging us to ‘Taste the Rainbow’ for years, and the new rainbow food trend may just allow you to. Brightly coloured savoury items are testing the brains and taste buds of food aficionado’s, such as chef Gizzi Erskine who is a fan of the trend. “If you’d asked me how I felt about technicolour food a… read more

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Is this what peace looks like? The colours of Iceland…

2016 has been a good year for Iceland. There was their mighty football performance at Euro 2016 – the country’s population is smaller than that of Edinburgh! – with accompanying and now famous soundtrack, the Viking chant. More impressively, the Institute for Economics and Peace recently revealed its Global Peace Index poll finding Iceland to be the most peaceful country in… read more

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Captured – the colours of Skye by artist Helena Emmans

Artist and Jeweller Helena Emmans lives and works on the Hebridean island of Skye where she makes handmade silver spoons, each one an irregular, unique beauty, as well as paintings and hand dyed thread work sculptures. All are inspired by the colours and forms of the landscapes that surround her – the spoons borrowing their shapes from light… read more

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In the red chair – #sharethechair in Canada’s glorious national parks

Canada has placed pairs of red Adirondack chairs in over 100 of the country’s National Parks and Historic Sites – alphabetically speaking, from Alberta to Yukan – to invite visitors to take a moment to enjoy the view…then share their experiences on social media obviously. The hashtag is #sharethechair. Whether you’re headed to Elk Island National Park in Alberta to… read more

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