Friday, October 30, 2009
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
With this Fall weather, I've been getting a chance to wear my leather jacket I got in BsAs in 2007. I love love love it, and now I'm thinking I really would like another. My capricious taste tends to change at the drop of a hat, but at the moment these are my fav looks:
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
We are finally having a little Fall weather in NYC...and I couldn't help but snap a few pictures this weekend of the changing leaves. Its so gorgeous. Now if we can just get it to stay like this 'til Turkey Day...
Oh and an Episcopalian church I can visit right across the street, how convenient!
The last great thing about this neighborhood (sorry if I'm boring you) is the High Line. This is truly one of the neatest things I've seen in NYC in awhile... Basically, it's about 1.5 mi of former elevated railroad track that was redeveloped into a 'greenway' and opened as a city park on June 8 of this year. The park literally runs right through Chelsea; its so neat to see the juxtaposition of the city life/plant life. They've really done an incredible job with this urban garden, excuse my amateur pictures, they hardly do it justice.
Monday, October 26, 2009
Thursday, October 22, 2009
Monday, October 19, 2009
I continually hear of things I really want to see and do in Austin, Texas (I am embarrassed to say I still haven't visited even after living within driving distance). One among seemingly thousands of reasons to visit Austin is the Fritz Henle photography collection at the Harry Ransom Center.
“Rebel in the Making: Schoolboys Exercising, with One Eating an Apple” (1936) by Fritz Henle.
“Frida Kahlo at Xochimilco, Mexico” (1937) by Fritz Henle.
“Sailor on the Brooklyn Bridge, New York City” (1950) by Fritz Henle.
Images via NY Times The Moment Blog
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
I've seen a lot of houses. And I've said a lot are my favorite. But this house by M. Elle Design really is my favorite house. I feel like it defines the rustic contemporary look (and I'm pretty sure I coined that term, for future reference). I apologize for the plethora of pictures, but each room was worth posting!