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70s toys - Bing Images I LOVED my tree house. Used to send my peeps up and down in the lift ALL day! Ha

Day #4: Something that screams CREATIVITY. I love these petri dish works by Klari Reis, she mimics electron microscope images of natural and unnatural cellular reactions using reflective epoxy polymer. I'm fascinated by the concept and creativity that inspired it

I'm not realistically suggesting we do something like this, but I love the way they have utilised the depth of the window space when hanging things. We have assumed that we want to display large images of faces, however we could consider smaller images, displayed with more fluidity.

from Berry

‘Shopped around (30 photos)

A destination beyond one's view of life, that's what this picture is saying to me. The editing to create to what might seem as an illusion, shows a whole different perspective to how we see people as of now. The manipulation of the city within her eye was done really well which makes the photo even more realistic than possible!

from Yellowtrace

Colourful Pied-a-Terre in Westbourne Gardens, London by Nimtim

Colourful Pied-a-Terre in Westbourne Gardens, London by Nimtim |


Kate Halfpenny for a mint green wedding at Whirlowbrook Hall

Kate Halfpenny for a relaxed wedding at Whirlowbrook Hall (c) Shoot Lifestyle Wedding Photography (16)

I saw my first butterfly of spring in the garden the other day. It was a cabbage white. I'd like to think it was Nanna x

Maurizio Anzeri- i love the use of photography and the distortion created by the stitch. I also like the colour scheme of thread.

Excuse me while I drown in caffeine sat amongst my magical flowers...perfect morning coffee spot