Good times, noodle salad

pictures that induce happiness and somehow manage to distract from the realities of real life. ps: have you called your mom & dad lately? do it now. – david bailey – helen korpak – briton riviere: sympathy – randy martin – vovesdyh – what makes the pie shops tick?

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 grave (one of those shameless things you just have to do, like visiting the eiffel tower.) this time…

out of business

randy fox is an american photographer, whose work frequently concentrates on the decaying beauty and loneliness of the fraying american dream.  based in western pennsylvania, fox’s work celebrates the hope and ingenuity that once existed in the rust belt area of the united states. his photographs are equal parts sad…


had a bit of a day yesterday, so some cute & amusing pictures are in order. mad men birdies (check out joan!)

hello my name is dev

hello my name is dev has a cool photo collection, and i chuckled at his profile description on flickr, “i’m addicted to the internet… i don’t think i’ve logged off since 1998.” yup. that pretty much sums up my sentiments, too.

beachy keen

i wandered onto the beach one evening before sunset to take these shots. the sky really was all pink & blue! maaagical.

oupa being shot at


i decided to start scanning in all our old family photographs, here’s some of the pretty radical images my parents have in their archives.

sugar town

been finding lots of pretty things over at flickr lately… clare owen illustration katie c. turner Truus, Bob & Jan too! Lea Maria Heinric tom palumbo letslookupandsmile pilllpat (agence eureka) little-stories Kevin Day Camilla Engman Kinnéidigh Garrett simple tess Gatochy

inside paris

Paris 48°50N 2°23E

in each city ami asks 50 of its inhabitants to hand-draw a map to a place of their choosing, a place that is significant or important to them personally, for any reason.


now & then

i LOVE now & thens! when i first saw Jason Powell’s “looking into the past” flickr set, i thought to myself, ” if i had a blog, that would go on it “. well, i do now (serious). there’s also a group pool with some pretty groovy submissions from other…