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paris

  • Photography, Stuff

    paris people

    i wish i could have taken photos of every single rad and interesting person i saw in paris, but i didn’t want to be that creepy girl that took photos of strangers…

  • Photography, Stuff

    l’appartement

    we’re not done with paris… yet. i still have many photos to get through, so in the meantime i thought i’d show you the apartment we stayed in. it’s on the left…

  • Photography

    musée

    besides being basically my favourite places to hang out in general, art museums are prime spots for interesting people watching. in the musée d’orsay i lurked in the same room as courbet’s…

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    Photography, Stuff

    jardin

    the best place to have a picnic, doze off in a garden chair, people watch, go for a stroll, take your dog for le poop (pick it up please), read a book, spend…

  • Photography, Stuff

    les puces de saint-ouen

    les puces de saint-ouen is an area of paris made up of several flea markets that is simply huge. i only explored the vernaisson (antiques / bric-a-brac) section – and even that took…

  • Photography, Stuff

    père lachaise

    i had been to père lachaise cemetery once before on a previous trip to paris, but had literally run in and out in a frenzy of sightseeing just to look at jim morrison’s…

  • Fashion

    madame

    you might get sick of my paris bla bla bla paris posts in the following days (i apologise in advance, just let me get it out of my system). i still have to…

  • Stuff

    toodeloo!

    i’ll be gone for ten days, so it’s going to be a bit quiet around here. regular posting to resume soon. photos by me…

  • Stuff

    made me smile

    things that made me smile this week… peggy in the latest mad men episode – “you look swellegant!” this picture: classic jane birkin: this lady’s outfit: this what i wore drawing: this old…

  • Stuff

    excuses

    i am a bit behind on my posts this week because i have been frantically organising for a very last minute trip to somewhere awesome. guess where! regular posting will resume shortly.…

  • Art

    chas laborde

    chas laborde was an illustrator and painter who studied in paris, eventually becoming known for his satirical & humorous portrayal of bourgeois life around the time between the two world wars. images from ma galerie paris…

  • Living

    hervé pierre at home

    if you're like me then you peruse the selby often (and by often i mean all the time), and there would be no need to show you these…

  • Music

    blue ridge mountains

    one of my favourite fleet foxes songs is blue ridge mountains, which i've been listening to a lot lately. so i decided to see if there was perhaps…