Thursday, August 2, 2012


The signs to the left caught my eye initially, and then I had to add the rest of the composition for perfection, for perfection it is. I found this lovely blog by Bryan and Mae where every picture they take represents a story, and the masterpieces above are just a part of all the wed couples' big day that they have documented with very much love.

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Rooftop Restaurant 3

One of my first posts was about a restaurant in New York, which is turning so that its guests have an amazing 360 degrees view - and it turns out (hehe, turns out...) that Iceland has this kind of a restaurant as well - Perlan Restaurant. The homepage says: " will enjoy a spectacular panoramic view of Reykjavik and beyond as the restaurant gently completes a full rotation every two hours."

When I search for pictures, it looks very futuristic - like a mixage of an iron flower seen from above and the building that the people who belong to the Raëlism religion dream of having.

Saturday, July 14, 2012

Porcelain roses at Seoul, Heyri Art village. 

Saturday, June 23, 2012


I found this amazing picture on a fashion blog (!). It really gives a perspective; a friend from France said just the other week that he thinks Iceland is the most beautiful country in the world. He was there exactly during the vulcano eruption a couple of years ago and was not scared for even a second.

Friday, April 20, 2012

With one story comes another

Colsubsidio in Colombia came up with this book exchange idea. Here: Sherlock Holmes and Snowhite. Source.

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Meet the nice birds

It is cute that most birds seem angry or busy when found on photographs,
or surprised, source

or shyly gorgeous.

But these are also fun!

Saturday, March 24, 2012

Love and other photostories

All the pictures come from Pinterest, where you, well, pin things. A useful tool for creative people, and especially for those who fill their chart at a web shop with lovely things they however never buy.

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Something for fast readers

Perhaps the world's biggest bookpile! :) It is made of 5,000 books that were to be thrown away anyway and can be found at Casa de America, Madrid and is made by the artist Artist Alicia Martin. Source!