Wednesday, March 30, 2011

suns + moons

Maybe it's earth's springtime angle and spatial positioning that has allowed for so many beautiful suns and moons during the past few weeks.  Here are a few shots that I captured...the two of the moon are during the "super moon" of two weeks ago.

Sunrise on the Gulf.

Supermoon opposite sunset

Supermoon rising over the Oxford Square

coco + igor

Now that thesis is finished, I should be posting a lot more.  Well, the past few days I've been sick :(  No fun, but at least I've been able to watch some movies.  Last night I watched Coco + Igor (2009).  It was kind of weird, in a very intense kind of way, but I haven't decided yet if that is due to the medicine I'm taking or to the movie itself.  The cinematography is beautiful though, and I do recommend the film to fans of both Chanel and Stravinsky.

Monday, March 21, 2011

for japan with love

twitter poems

While many fear that technology will kill print, others are using it to innovate new artistic expressions.  Here is a twitter poem I really liked:

Teeny tiny poem
Teeny tiny poem/just enuf 2hold/1 xllent big word/Impluvium/open-eyed courtyrd/collectng rain/as all poems do/ skylife, open/birds do:/ tweet
Elizabeth Alexander, whose latest book of poems is “Crave Radiance,” and who wrote and delivered a poem for the inauguration of President Barack Obama.
Originally published on Twitter and this NY Times article.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

spring break

Spring break is so close!  I am looking forward to a few days in New Orleans and then a few days at the beach in Texas.  What are your plans for the upcoming holiday?

Here are some pictures I took in New Orleans last fall:

Monday, March 7, 2011

emma watson

Lately I've been obsessed with Emma Watson.  This could be because I just finished the last Harry Potter book.  For the first time.  I don't know how I missed that boat, but basically I just read all of the books in the series over the past three months.  Anyway, she's beautiful.

Photos courtesy of Harper's Bazaar.

Thursday, March 3, 2011


Foutaises, a short by Jean-Pierre Jeunet.

How simple yet creative to incorporate the small things in life as he does in this short-film and in Amelie.  It's the small things that count.

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

dior cherie

In light of all the controversy surrounding John Galliano, I've been watching my favorite Dior commercials.  How can such a vile man create such beautiful fashion?

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