It’s Friday, I’m in love


Winter has been moving in this week, which can be so hard after the loveliness of summer and fall.  This year I’m trying to find ways to appreciate the colder season, instead of being taken over by the winter blues like last year.  I’m planning to cozy up inside with warm blankets, a steaming mug of tea, and maybe make a dent in my Netflix queue.  There’s an entire series of House Hunters International with my name written all over it.

Hope you have a great weekend!


Here are a few links to some great art and photography projects to get you through your Friday.

  • Beautiful long-exposure photos transform rush hour crowds into haunting forms. [City of Shadows via The Clothes Horse]
  • Nighttime timelapse videos in Moab, Utah [via BoingBoing]
  • Hot air balloons over Capadocia [Hiroaki Fukuda]
  • Dark Ice, Camille Seaman’s photos of iceburgs [Camille Seaman]
  • Glowing bike paths in the Netherlands [via De Zeen]

2 Comments on “It’s Friday, I’m in love

  1. I had a rough winter last year, too. It was abysmally cold and we set a record for snowfall. It drove me unproductively inside for too-long stretches. I, as well, would like not to be so defeated by winter this year. And I also tend to build up ridiculously long queues that I never get around to watching. It’s like shopping for food that doesn’t get eaten. Thank you for some inspiration.


    • Watching the Gilmore Girls has definitely been helping so far, though we haven’t had any snowfall yet. Last year I realized there were some lovely indoor botanical gardens I could visit for free and that was really really helpful, especially in February.



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