laceandtwine: hnnhtylr: This reminds me of a poem I wrote two years ago “I am an ocean Fluid and changing You are a mountain Constant and sure And no matter how many times my waves try to push you away You stay and you stay and you stay.
Read all about our week in Madeira with kids. We travelled all over this Portuguese island with our children, visiting volcanic caves, naturally formed swimming pools and taking the cable car to Monty's tropical gardens. We even tobogganed down the hill a
It’s pronounced “sow-dah-day.” Portuguese is the only language that has a noun for this feeling. Take this word and tuck it into your heart. If you are missing someone, remember the joy and let it propel you.
Wrapped Building An urban surrealism manifesto. It shelters the renovation of an Hausmannian building during year It's a life-size photographic work based on the original building, printed on canvas, enhanced with bas-relief.
The Park of the Monsters, or "Parco dei Mostri," in the Garden of Bomarzo, Italy. The park is filled with bizarre sculptures. Commissioned in 1552 by Prince Pier Francesco Orsini, it was an expression of grief designed to shock.
red-lipstick:Gigantic century sculpture known as Colosso dell’Appennino, or the Appennine Colossus located in the park of Villa Demidoff (just north of Florence, Italy). It was erected in 1580 by Italian sculptor Giambologna Italy) Sculptures