Traveler. Reader. Writer.

fuckyeahvintageillustration:

'Beauty and the beast picture book' with the original coloured designs by Walter Crane. Published 1911 by Dodd, Mead and Company, New York. 

See the complete book here.

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Gravy fries from The Hat.

mymodernmet:

Olson Kundig Architects designed Sol Duc Cabin, a 350-square-foot abode that fits naturally into its wooded surroundings in Washington. The small retreat was constructed mainly out of unfinished steel and structural insulated panels, and it is elevated on four steel stilts to protect from occasional flooding from the nearby river.

I want this but in Socal. And 700 square feet would be better.

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allthingseurope:

(by Afner Hernández)

wishyouwerenorthwest:

Tahnee’s day trip to Vashon Island, WA. Come see more at Wish You Were Northwest! Happy adventuring!

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Ferry Trail color palette
huntingtonlibrary:


In a small upstairs room in the Huntington Art Gallery, you will find the secret of how to turn common metal into gold. Or an example of Renaissance Sudoku. Or one of the earliest uses of subliminal advertising. Or perhaps something not yet discovered by the thousands of people who have analyzed Albrecht Dürer’s engraving Melencolia I (above).

Continue reading on VERSO.
And then stop in to see this and 32 other Dürer engravings in "Albrecht Dürer: Master of the Black Line," on view through Aug. 25 in the Works on Paper Room in the Huntington Art Gallery.
image caption: Melencolia I, 1514, on loan from lacma, is one of 33 engravings by Albrecht Dürer that are on view in a small exhibition in the Works on Paper Room. Together with Knight Death and the Devil (1513) and St. Jerome in His Study (1514), the three large and ambitious engravings are now known as the “Meisterstiche,” or Master Prints.

huntingtonlibrary:

In a small upstairs room in the Huntington Art Gallery, you will find the secret of how to turn common metal into gold. Or an example of Renaissance Sudoku. Or one of the earliest uses of subliminal advertising. Or perhaps something not yet discovered by the thousands of people who have analyzed Albrecht Dürer’s engraving Melencolia I (above).

Continue reading on VERSO.

And then stop in to see this and 32 other Dürer engravings in "Albrecht Dürer: Master of the Black Line," on view through Aug. 25 in the Works on Paper Room in the Huntington Art Gallery.

image caption: Melencolia I, 1514, on loan from lacma, is one of 33 engravings by Albrecht Dürer that are on view in a small exhibition in the Works on Paper Room. Together with Knight Death and the Devil (1513) and St. Jerome in His Study (1514), the three large and ambitious engravings are now known as the “Meisterstiche,” or Master Prints.

wapiti3:

Snowy Sunset by Robert Mc Rae on Flickr.
Nothing nicer than a handsome, cooperative Snowy Owl perching in front of Mount Rainier at sunset. Patience, stillness, quiet and good fortune aided me in this photograph. Damon Point State Park, Washington

wapiti3:

Snowy Sunset by Robert Mc Rae on Flickr.

Nothing nicer than a handsome, cooperative Snowy Owl perching in front of Mount Rainier at sunset. Patience, stillness, quiet and good fortune aided me in this photograph. Damon Point State Park, Washington

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