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Tag Archives: Amsterdam
I live in an archive. A collection of stuff that somehow caught my eye and spoke to me. The record I bought at a flea market, because it reminded me of my childhood. When I was a girl about … Continue reading
A beautifully carved case, containing a prayer nut, a nutshel containing a miniature roll of paper with the 10 commandments on it. A time capsule. It makes me wonder. The image is from the public library of the Rijksmuseum, where … Continue reading
Again the sensation of not being alone > there are others who share my interest. And show it. This is a tribute I spotted on Java Street, the up and coming hip and happening shopping street around the corner, rappidly … Continue reading
Random remnants on the beach of Sicily, August 2016. An apparently random composition, but created by nature’s force. I love the piece of pizza in it.
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
A word that had to be sprayed on the wall, see it with silver lining under a bridge over the river Amstel. I first saw it while I passed it in a boat, rowing. It made me think. A month … Continue reading
The picture above was taken from my window on the topfloor, when the sun was setting, behind the zoo, facing west Amsterdam, across the canal. The end of an eventful day, after an eventful week. This day my nephew … Continue reading
What started off as a Sunday t-shirt (think: staying at home, taking a break) is again one to hold on to a bit longer. ~ R o w r o w r o w y o u r b o … Continue reading