July, 2010

seabank cottage

charmingly rustic light filled little cottage by the sea, be mine?

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fennec fox

if i posted pics of every single cute animal i see on the internet everyday this would basically be cute overload #2 – but i couldn’t resist this fantastic foxy. photo by cherl kim (highly recommended if you’re into cutie patooties)

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oldie kindly

over 2500 great vintage finds here

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irma gruenholz

irma gruenholz is a spanish illustrator specialising in clay illustration. the expression and movement she portrays in these little scenes are amazing!

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bluestockings

hold on a second while i mentally jump up and down from excitement at the discovery of this local style blog bluestockings, by emma durr & michelle gow (transplants from england and canada respectively). as far as i can see most of these photos were taken in stellenbosch in and around the university campus, which means i am doubly excited. nice little interviews, quality writing, beautiful photos and excellent local style is the word of the day at bluestockings


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in the loop

amber from mr price’s blog in the loop asked local bloggers (amongst which blog friends kim gray and lana kenney) to contribute the 3 things that we loved this season. go here to check out my list…

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sophie van der perre

pretty photographs of cool chicks by sophie van der perre. check out her flickr here & here

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plume

i was taking in this seemingly picturesque scene of a nice house with a winding driveway surrounded by rolling lawns, and as my eyes scanned the image only then did i notice the ominous clouds of pollution from a factory in the distance. this is the dark undercurrent that runs through daniel shea‘s ongoing photographic series called plume:

plume is a photographic exploration of southeast ohio and its unusually dense concentration of coal-fired power plants. the project serves as a follow-up to the work i made in 2007 in appalachia, removing mountains, which focused on mountaintop removal, a particularly pervasive form of coal mining. plume follows this coal up river to ohio, where it is being burned to generate electricity.

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