Love is the what
I love both pictures. The one within the one, as well as the one. You know what I mean. I do believe that my son Hank posted that picture on his image blog awhile back. The dancing couple.
Ms. Moon, i added the photographer's name to the post. Yes, that photo within the photo is quite stunning. xo
That IS a great photo, with great design. I love lightweight furniture like that.
Steve, i kind of wanted to move into the space myself when i saw it.
Beautiful, and she looks a lot like Bey in this picture. I can't believe that baby is half grown already. Seems like she just had him the other day ago.
Nancy, she does look like her sister, but she's a rebel in her own right. Love that about her.
great colors...and the B&W photograph reminds me of a jazzmobile concert i went to not-so-many-years ago, uptown, people dancing for the pure intimate joy of it. thanks for this.
susan, omg jazzmobile! wow does that bring back memories. i can tell we are the same new york vintage, we have so so many similar references. my husband and i had our first date at a dizzy gillespie jazzmobile concert. i remember all the craft vendors and the incense and other scents in summer night air and and the people shoulder to shoulder on the steps of grants tomb and yes, the dancing.
Fantastic:)I have been meaning to touch base with you but today has been my first day back online in a couple of weeks. My dad had a heart attack and ended up having to have quadruple bypass emergency surgery a few days later. They had to wait until the blood thinners that he was taking got out of his system. I drove out there with my family but we took two cars so that I could stay for as long as I needed to. We live two hours away from him. Mark drove back the day before the surgery and I ended up staying for eight days by myself. Mark did come back on the weekend which was a huge comfort. My dad did well with the surgery and will be getting out of transitional care on Monday so I will probably drive out there again next week sometime. Sadly, while we were away, my youngest was watching the farm, and she took our 125 lb dog out to play with her boyfriend's dogs. He ended up tearing his ACL and had surgery to replace it with metal pins last Tuesday. He's home now but down for eight weeks! Oy vey. I guess there is a definite reason for the saying, When it rains, it pours! I will be catching up on your posts soon!I do hope that life is good with you and yours.Much love and big hugs always!!!
That's some serious hipster beauty -- and juxtaposed with that old-time hipster beauty -- well, it's GREAT.