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Time Out Sunday

Good vibes only! My last post about Italy on Monday caught up with me on Tuesday when I saw "Call Me by Your Name" - the film that has good vibes only and the kind of warm and loving feeling.  And Sufjan's music! My Sufjan Stevens' records totally helped to keep the good vibes for several days after and I intend to declare Sufjan my summer-in-Italy-good-vibes-therapy-artist. It's a big deal. I so hope he wins the Oscar for the music! (Disclaimer: Italy as an abstract feeling, not a specific location.) Yes, you guessed it, it's one of my favourite films now. (Thankfully this list has no limits.)

I have been playing around with different photo editing and just fun apps on my phone. Like A Design Kit (where I got the fun good vibes sticker you see above). Also, I am kinda excited that Discogs app lets you scan barcodes - this means I might actually end up adding all my CDs and vinyls to my collection there. I love the idea of having a good eye-pleasing overview of the music I own. Excel spreadsheet is so dull. (:

Documentary film festival was in town and I saw this film "Romantic Road" and I do love that a person can be a lawyer, a hippie and an adventurer and whatnot all at once.  

Here's a remix of Sufjan's "Fourth of July" that I discovered today. Wonderful!


(S)watch Venice

Some weeks ago I went to see "Don't Look Now" at a cinema and ever since I have felt like re-visiting my photos from a ten hour stop over in Venice, Italy back in summer 2009. As an additional bonus I noticed that the Swatch billboard (that I had included in several photos on purpose 'cos... LOVE Swatch, obviously) looks familiar. But yes, some seven years after my trip to Venice I found myself at a dive bar in New York having drinks next to Billy the Artist. It's his art on the Swatch watches. Because it's such a teeny-tiny world we live in after all. I wonder what other coincidences and potential anecdotes hide in my old travel photos...


Time Out Sunday

What is so exciting that gets me snapping photos inside my own home? Morning sun! Somehow all the light makes one believe that anything's possible. 2018 has rolled in with a bunch of emotions and some planning and some new things and with some changes ahead. You know in addition to those that come anyway. Soon enough I hope to share some of it here, too. But first I have some spray painting to do. ;)

I made this huge cup of hot chocolate that's so chocolate-y that I cannot drink more that a few sips at a time. And I am thinking of all the albums I still have to give a good listen to from 2017. The first one that arrived in its beautiful* physical form is by Vetusta Morla.

Here is one of my favourites from their album "Mismo Sitio, Distinto Lugar".

* Seriously, it's one of the prettiest things I own and it's signed! (Insert all emotions here.)

Real Alcázar de Sevilla

Hello dreamers and catchers in the rye! (I somehow feel that I might have derailed with this reference here, hm.) How's 2018 looking so far? I have had some real desire for taking trips down memory lane (granted, trips taken and shaken up future lane are rather complicated to express by conventional means of photography). Here's to memories - always distorted and perhaps with an added touch of sunshine. This time at Real Alcázar de Sevilla, Spain in February 2013.


Bye Bye 2017

If I were to cast a location for a New Year's Eve movie then Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen, Denmark would be high on my list. Even on a rainy summer evening (me in shorts and wet shoes, not in some glamorous NYE party outfit as would be appropriate for my imaginary movie) it had all the magical vibes. With those magical vibes I wave goodbye to 2017! We will never meet again (unless someone messes with the calendar), but memories stay. (Insert kisses and sparklers here.)