it’s raining here, can you tell? click on images for sources
* to the tune of les savy fav, what would wolves do
my favourite thing about the karoo isn’t the wide open spaces or the lack of people or the lamb or the way it feels in winter (though all those are unimaginably good) – but the buildings. oh, those little houses.
zinaida serebryakova (1884 – 1967) was among the first female russian painters of distinction.
self portrait at the dressing table – 1909
portrait of dc lancere – 1910
“classic cars photographed in suburban neighborhoods. the series came about when i started to realize how many of these scenes reminded me of the era and places where i grew up as a child. eventually, finding and photographing these scenes became somewhat of an obsession.”
he has an amazing & continually growing collection on flickr
things i’d really like right now: a pair of heeled black boots, trench coat & a smaller bag
i would never be brave enough to swim in a swamp, let alone go under water – so i am glad Karen Glaser did.
“Karen Glaser, an experienced diver and photographer, takes us on a visual journey through Florida’s intricate underwater ecosystems. She captures the freshwater marshes, mangrove forests and acres of primeval swamp.”