Friday, September 04, 2009

oh the places you'll go

i don't need these, but aren't they pretty?
(and do i ever want them...)

i didn't go in, but isn't that a fantastic typeface?
(and i'd like to go back.)

i wasn't biking, but these made me wish i had been.

i'm not religious, but doesn't this look like a place you could meet god?
(or at least odin.)

16 comments:

kristina said...

Fantastic photos as always. Can't believe you've already have found time to blog it! The photo from the cathedral is amazing!
K xxx

marinik said...

great images as always, love the last one, you know I'm not very religious either, but when I visited some of the old churches last time i went to Armenia... they did seem so spiritual, and just so divine you know? so ya I know what you mean :)

heidikins said...

Swoon!

xox

MW said...

Great pics. I saw the bikes and thought..hmmm...yes, a bike ride would be nice.

kristine said...

"oh the places you'll go" carries such a special meaning for me - as it does for almost everyone, i suspect - i was (shame on me) absent from my oldest (ever) friend's wedding because I had just gotten a job on the other side of the world. I had someone read it out, with certain modifications to suit her and her husband, at the wedding. I was so sad I couldnt make it, but in so many ways, my modified version was everything i wanted to say to her, and the lovely thing was she totally got it. Its the loveliest thing i think dr seuss has come up with.

Sorry for the sentimental ramble. what i really meant say was, YES. LOVELY PHOTOS.

Just Jules said...

The last photo. The lighting - wow! That is the clincher.

Maggie May said...

those cups are so cheerful, so bright and innocent.

paris parfait said...

Lovely - I especially like that typeface.

Magpie said...

Yes, love the "museet" typeface.

PS good captcha: sessess

cheekyketek said...

I was thinking the last place looks like some place I might find a good bottle of wine.

Suecae Sounds said...

Reading American Gods by Neil Gaiman, you mentioning Odin is sure right on time. :)

Tara Thayer said...

Dishes, please.

Ravi Warrier said...

I stopped frequenting your blog, because everytime I come here (like today), I miss not having my camera around.

I know this is a comment for the other post, but that blue room, is it in your house? No wonder you have so much color in your life. It starts right from where you live. :)

Have fun with those Tokina lenses. Sssh, won't tell Spud! :)

Ravi
http://musingsof.raviwarrier.com

urbaNiche said...

hey J. pics are spectacular. and i love love the captions. very creative. something about the last one is very close to the heart, even though im not religious.

thank you for bringing so much energy, inspiration and color into our lives through your blog

Char said...

gorgeous shots - that last one is just ...just perfect

Bee said...

Oh, I really liked this thought process. So many beautiful things in the world to covet and want to be a part of . . .