once upon a time we took a train trip from prague to füssen then hopped on a bus to hohenschwangau and made our way up the hill to the neuschwanstein castle.
everyday she takes a morning bath, she wets her hair, wraps a towel around her as she’s heading for the bedroom chair – it’s just another day.
Once upon a time — or more accurately, back in the 1970s — the van reigned supreme. Riding in right on the heels of the fading muscle car era, the custom van became the ultimate self-expression vehicle– tricked-out and personalized to show all the world just how your bad self rolled. [...] from The Selvedge […]
the best thing about looking at old photos of your parents is realising that most everyone is the same when they’re young (beer! braai! party hats! dancing! fun!)
i really look forward to these little daily diary illustrations by gemma correll (and always lament that i don’t do something similar)
this has to be the most original & amazing proposal i have ever seen!
holy moly, it’s only 18 odd days and then my SUMMER HOLIDAY starts. today i’m reflecting on summer holidays of old, 99.9% of the time spent by the sea (where else?). our family haunts were: knysna: when i was very small, we went camping in knysna. i don’t remember much else apart from squishing around […]
“The best/worst thing I’ve ever done” i found this set on flickr, and i laughed & laughed.
it’s art history time again, folks! Ivan Shishkin was a Russian landscape painter, his method was based on analytical studies of nature.