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Monthly Archives: September 2016
I spent at least an hour studying all 10 of them. The music I’ve been listening to, posted here
I bought a new lens for my Sony NEX-5. The camera is in fact ‘out of range’ but I decided to invest in a portrait lens just the same, as this little body is a power station. Today I tried … Continue reading
Maybe not so much a lazy Sunday t-shirt in my case, I will try to move some carefully selected stuff at a car boot sale. But I have been listening to this song over the last week and love it. Turned … Continue reading
Yesterday we chose the new book to read with the book club. Translates People Without Aura, by Jente Postuma. (Going by the illustration, I think I will enjoy the book, it’s great! Drawing and typography by Claudie de Cleen) Aura/no aura was … Continue reading
Of course I went on holiday to relax, but it’s very difficult not to notice beauty. These simple but amazing natural structures I found on the beach of Sicily.
You need two identical images to do this. It’s an image I kept on my desktop, not sure where I found it. I love it. Something I would like to try, with the magazines I keep, as part of my … Continue reading
Sometimes a tune, played out loud, hits a nerve and revs up an old idea. The lines confining a space now seem to become the threads of an idea catcher – as a take on the popular dream catcher.