Sunday, 31 May 2009

Experimental Travel _ Ada


Ada in Chinatown, San Francisco

Find out more about this project here


Tuesday, 26 May 2009

Solid Gold

If you feel like winning a Marc Jacob clutch, you should enter this contest.
Yes, Diana is that generous.

And some goodies:

6768 miles apart

the transatlantic lens project

Astrid and I have decided to start our very own "transnorwegian" blog,
we'll design it this summer while she's staying in Oslo and hopefully get it started in August...


Monday, 25 May 2009

Today ...


... Cathrine had the cutest outfit.

Sunday, 24 May 2009

Home is a question mark.


Andrew made me choose a theme in a very interesting list.
I picked "home".

I'm now waiting for the camera he's going to send me but meanwhile, I've been thinking a lot about what home means to me. Especially as I've just moved to a new place, home seems like a question mark to me.

Is home where I grew up and where my mom still lives?
Is home where I decide to settle down?
Is home a real place or just a feeling?
Can home be a city or does it have to be an apartment, a house..?
Is home where your heart belongs?
Is home where it hurts?

My home has no door
My home has no roof

My home has no windows

It ain't water proof

My home has no handles

My home has no keys

If you're here to rob me

There's nothing to steal

Home is not a harbour

Home home home

Is where it hurts

My home has no heart

My home has no veins

If you try to break in

It bleeds with no stains

My brain has no corridors

My walls have no skin

You can lose your life here

Cause there's no one in
Home is not a harbour

House not a hearse

Home is not a harvest
Home is where it hurts

My home is no one

Lyrics by Camille.


Friday, 15 May 2009

Thursday, 7 May 2009

Naomi Rose

She has the sweetest name ever, makes the most magical polaroids
and I've won one of them, happy me.

Naomi Rose

I'm having the hardest time choosing... I just can't make up my mind.
You can find my selection here. Let me know which one is your favorite, that might help.

"You don't need a white frame to know it's a Polaroid."

Thank you Diana