Yes, I could live in a Swedish Chapel

i’ve reached the stage now where i’m kind of hate-scrolling through these interior design websites that feature perfectly perfect all white Swedish apartments. you know the type? i used to love them. now i’m just like UGH get away from me! please can i see some more personality and colour! then…


Ice Huts by Richard Johnson

i’ve never experienced the kind of bitter cold that Canada and other similarly wintery places have to deal with, but something tells me that sitting in an ice fishing hut doesn’t appeal to me much.  when i saw this series by photographer Richard Johnson however, i started imagining what my own ice hut would…


you know those rich people who live in one part of the world for 6 months and then scoot over to another hemisphere so they can sweat and simmer in summer all year round? yeah. i’m the opposite of those people. i would take my billions and travel to where…

snow creatures

polar bear by francois pompon at the musee d’orsay red fox in the snow by tony mclean polar bear by johann von schreber, 1773

“under a vast blue sky”

from the new york times: Jan McFarland Cox, an artist and designer, spent nearly a decade of her life building a house in the Idaho desert, along with architect Tom Kundig. imagine lingering over a cup of coffee in this kitchen!


snow – 1904 – cuno amiet so perfect i could burst looking at it. image from freeparking


remember these pics i took at neuschwanstein castle in bavaria? well luiz pires kicked my sweet little photo set’s ass.

i like the cold

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.