Tags » Ephemeral

Flowers in the City - Pt. 4 [London, UK]

Location: Columbia Road, London, UK
Designer: N/A
Project Type: Ephemeral, Street, Urban
Completion Date: Unknown
Visited: 30.03.2014
Access: The nearest tube stop is Hoxton, the London Overground line, then a short walk to Columbia Road (between Ravenscroft St, and Ropley St). 137 more words


When I met you in the summer

Summer, you were truly unforgettable this year.

You thrusted me into volatile and unpredictable situations. You showed me that there is bliss in travelling with my family and that there are sides to them that I did not fully appreciate (but now I have). 73 more words


Day 30 - Ephemeral, wafting

This is my summer’s halfway point. While we were watching the news on television this morning I saw my first back-to-school commercial. Let’s get this straight, back-to-school is not Christmas. 261 more words

Mark Creegan - Jacksonville, Florida

Briefly describe the work you do.

I make various formal arrangements and structures, usually site-specific, with materials I have accumulated over the years. Some of the materials include used watercolor sets, hairnets, shark teeth, and toothpaste. 645 more words

I see 5

The saddest first.

This stopped me in my tracks as I was walking over to a weekend farmer’s market.

a thousand fallen cranesa tree eye ~ lizard and elephant like ~ Looking right… 31 more words


Review: Ephemeral by Addison Moore

Release Date: September 12, 2012

Series: The Countenance #1

Publisher: Addison Moore

Genre: YA Paranormal

Format: Kindle

Source: Free Download 

Rating: 4 Stars



The last thing Laken Stewart remembers is the oncoming car, then bursting through the windshield.  523 more words


Why Ephemeral?





lasting for a very short time;

short-lived; transitory

The first time I saw this word I think I was in my second year of college. 536 more words