i was having a hard time trying to figure out which pandora station to listen to because i was getting sick of all my usual ones.
then i had an epiphany and typed “britney spears” into the search bar.
i am happy.
(i think i’m enjoying this station a little too much…i can’t focus on writing my paper. lulz.)
i either pinned or reblogged this recently…i think pinned. anyway, i love flowers. so, so much.
new blog post: spring adventures
An Afternoon at the Met. This past Saturday, I went to the Met to see the Charles Marville exhibit. Since I used to live in Paris, I was eager to see how Marville photographed its grand boulevards and Haussmann structures back in the 1800s. Fun fact: The pieces in this exhibit are all albumen silver prints from glass negatives. The albumen silver print method was one of the first methods of producing commercial photographic prints. It uses the albumen found in egg whites to bind to the photographic chemicals to the paper.
Aside from the actual art at the Met, I also love its many rooms containing skylights, which allow copious amounts of sunlight to spill in creating beautiful reflections and shadows. Here are a few images of some of my favorite well-lit spaces at the Met.
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beauuuutiful. one day.
keke (the leaf blower wasn’t actually on though!)
I wonder how many stranger’s stories we make it into? You know, maybe someone saw you in passing and told their friends about how pretty the girl in the lavender sweater was. Or maybe they overheard you say a joke and repeated it to their friend, confessing that they heard it from some guy at the store.