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Tag Archives: Holiday
View from window in Bedford Stuyvesant last Tuesday. Image by wilson tichelaar©
I was surprised to see the picture above – a picture I keep on my desktop – starring in the Palm Springs episode of Stay Here, an American interior design series new on Netflix. In Stay Here stylist Genevieve Gordner … Continue reading
One of the projects saved from Shady Pines. Photographs I took on a trip to Marrakesh in 2010 – I think. Never had the time to look at them again, until now. The disk is corrupted and I could only … Continue reading
This is a drawing I made in a field on Lanzarote in 1994. Today exactly 22 years ago. Many memorable events happened since. Now this moment is part of a new composition of frames in our staircase. The other day a … Continue reading
I booked a trip to Sicily for the summer. SO looking forward to finally visit, it’s been a hub of cultures throughout history. And spectacular nature too.
Maybe it is the non-stop talk about the release of the new Star Wars movie, maybe it is the pre-Christmas stress combined with trying to finish the photo albums of this year’s holidays before the year is over, but looking … Continue reading
I’ve had this image on my desktop for a long time. I love the stillness and the punky edge to it. The thermal blanket of some sorts waving in the wind, the peak under her shoes, the misty view over the land … Continue reading