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Out with the old

Every September, I do a huge clean up of the images I’ve taken through the year.  When I do that, I always find images I missed…ones I thought maybe I would come back to at some point and edit (and forgot to) or images I didn’t like at the time, but do now.   77 more words

DuckPrints Gallery

Barakamon and the Pastoral Idyll?

Fish-out-of-water comedies – the city man in the countryside, the country yokel in the big city and any number of other examples – all focus on someone who has been brought up strongly within one society ending up trying to fit into a very different one. 1,067 more words

Animation & Film

Contemporary Architecture Diluted In A Bucolic Landscape: ME Residence

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Otta Albernaz Arquitetura completed ME Property, a 360 square-meter residence positioned Jambeiro, São Paulo, Brasil. The modern project is described as almost diluted in its landscape, with private and discreet facades progressively unveiling vibrant interiors. 8 more words

Women Ideas

Contemporary Architecture Diluted in a Bucolic Landscape: ME House

Otta Albernaz Arquitetura completed ME House, a 360 square-meter residence located Jambeiro, São Paulo, Brasil. The modern project is described as almost diluted in its landscape, with private and discreet facades gradually unveiling vibrant interiors. 6 more words

Contemporary Architecture Diluted In A Bucolic Landscape: ME House

Collect this idea

Otta Albernaz Arquitetura completed ME House, a 360 square-meter residence located Jambeiro, São Paulo, Brasil. The modern project is described as almost diluted in its landscape, with private and discreet facades gradually unveiling vibrant interiors. 10 more words

Women Ideas

My Latest New Favorite Poet: Roy Scheele

My latest new favorite poet is Roy Scheele. The below poem (from American Life in Poetry: Column 342) is spectacular. The words are woven together so beautifully and the result is a fine fabric of language. 176 more words

Poetry

Our New Old Cabin

7:30 a.m. Wednesday, day five of our first trip to the cabin in over 4 months and the first sunny morning. It’s 61 degrees and 75% humidity, a welcome far cry from the double 90s back in Florida. 924 more words

Bucolic