Montmartre, 1961, courtesy of Aunt Lillian and Kodachrome.
Tags » Illumination
Now you see it, now you don’t. This clever lamp is our latest obsession. Simply called “LIGHT“, it brings new meaning to “throwin’ shade.” Flip it on and light shines through a finely cut hole to create the illusion of a classic lamp shade shape against your wall. 15 more words
In medieval times, books were written on a more expensive archetype of paper called parchment–they are sheep and calves which take assurance in that.˚ So whenever a monk wrote, he did so extremely carefully; he simply couldn’t afford to make a mistake. 93 more words
Let us cleanse our senses and see through the gleaming, unapproachable light of Christ’s Resurrection.
Now is everything filled-full with light — the heavens, the earth, and the underworld. 463 more words