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Sometimes when swiping up in photos on my iPhone I get suggestions for related images – As in other pictures I may be interested in? Something else I may like? Add to my basket? Below the one I was looking … Continue reading
Although somebody must be utterly gutted – It did cheer me up – The sunny quality of this cake, out on the street, on a grey day, can not be ignored. Includes an intriguing little mind jog – the right … Continue reading
An image on a Google page of search results. What I want wasn’t in the front of my thoughts, but it stopped me all together. I wasn’t looking for the switch, but it seems it is out there. The … Continue reading
I love the work of René Gruau, the late French fashion illustrator. Studying his work is pure escapism. PS | It reminds me of the disturbing news of less victims of domestic violence now calling in for help. The … Continue reading
Showing the actual picture where this is taken from would kill the magic.
The original image is a tiny image I noticed in the corner of my eye – in the listing of a creative newsletter I scanned the other day. I took the screenshot below. This is what I saw. It made … Continue reading
This is not New Orleans, nor Naples. Spotted in Amsterdam Noord, the northern part of town, across the river. On a grey day, so I put some yellow in. It struck me, as very uncommon.
Something I noticed in Rotterdam today, where I visited a location we booked for a photoshoot next week. Double checking. The alley where I spotted this funky piece of graffiti is the alley that led me to the back entrance, … Continue reading