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Tag Archives: Tree
My trip to Milan was an unexpected inspiration. Instead of visiting the indoor expo of the Salone del Mobile, I spent most of my time outdoors, walking. Spring has conquered Italy, and the air was flowing in a warm breeze, scented with fresh … Continue reading
On the tree across the canal I noticed a touch of green. The willow is awakening, wearing a veil of first green, ever so slightly. This color I found in a painter’s water color almanac, made by hand back in … Continue reading
Something I came across during a walk in the woods. Enhanced in photoshop.
Question: If you were to give a present to one of your relatives, and it had to be one of those framed quotes to decorate your wall, a) who would you chose and b) which quote would that be? … Continue reading
A series of tree decorations from the wonderful House of Hackney. Prices range from £15 t0 £20.
One of my favorite routes for a jog or a stroll in the neighborhood is the Dijksgracht, a canal close to Central Station, running parallel to the river IJ, just below its south bank. It is a secluded and tucked … Continue reading
It’s been crazy, but The Christmas Holidays Are Here, the school is closed for a fortnight and we can all sort of relax now. I.e. concentrate on one thing only: Christmas at home. For the occasion, in school the youngest … Continue reading