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The writing’s on the wall

February 27, 2011


All day it rained, all DAY. It was delicious. What could be better than staying warm and cozy inside on a rainy and cold day on a Sunday? Well, staying inside and surfing the net for new inspirational design. More than this, I contemplated my next move. It’s a little weird writing “next move”. What am I playing chess or something? Anyway, now that I know what I want to do and am steadfast on doing it, the question is WHERE should I do it? Germany? France? Amsterdam? Italy? The place is not the most important (thank God for you, Anna!) but where I could possibly stay for say at least, a long time. 🙂 In order to do what I plan on doing, it would be a great help to be in one place for awhile, put down some roots, while still seeing the world and sharing it with everyone through my photography.

Today’s inspiration comes from my from the photo I took of  Deborah Bowness’s wallpaper while shopping at The Collection in Paris and seeing that wallpaper in a photoshoot courtesy of Adore magazine, Abigail Ahern and photographer, Graham Atkins Hughes.

Any words of wisdom? Don’t be shy!

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Ely permalink
    February 28, 2011 2:09 PM

    Close your eyes and in a moment of complete honesty with yourself, see yourself where you want to be- down to the chair you’re sitting in, the bicycle in the front walkway, and the cat on your stoop…
    Where are you the most content, the most happiest, the most free?

  2. February 28, 2011 3:23 PM

    Thank you so much, I’ve done this before but I definitely need to do this again.

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