Saturday, October 22, 2011
The world's number one husband got a haircut today and he surprised me by going all short again. Looks great on him! If you're living in the area of Boston, you should definately go check him out this week, because that's where he's staying. Approach him with a smile. Don't feed him mushrooms. Don't ask for his autograph. Just pet him gently on his fresh hairdo.
This girl is definately going to be my new BFF! So young, but totally getting it! She knows what's good and what's bad. Her view on the world is my view on the world. I bet we can have such great trips to Chattanooga! I will take her to the Ruby Falls and in the evening we will eat Ducks without pants. We're gonna have a blast!
Friday, October 21, 2011
Saturday Night is a voyeuristic masterpiece by Japanese photographer Kim Insook. It took her 4 years to complete this work and it contains 66 hotelrooms without curtains displaying - amongst others - sleeping people, a murder, a suicide and even two fisting men. Click on the picture above for a larger version and see what else you can find.
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Kurt Cobain? Dead.
Michael Jackson? Dead.
Rock Hudson? Dead.
Freddy Mercury? Dead.
Heath Ledger? Dead.
River Phoenix? Dead.
Elizabeth Taylor? Dead.
Amy Winehouse? Dead.
Edith Piaf? Dead.
Jim Morrisson? Dead.
Jimi Hendrix? Dead.
Marilyn Monroe? Very Much Alive!
Oktoberfest took place in Munich, Germany again and The Big Picture published this great set of photos. Beer, beer and beer. Apart from Burning Man, probably Festival #2 I want to go to. Or is it a crime to put Burning Man and Oktoberfest next to each other on my list? ;)
Monday, October 17, 2011
We spent the weekend close to Amsterdam in the little village of Durgerdam. My parents booked a very cute Bed & Breakfast with a view over the lowest of lowlands of the Netherlands. Grass, cows, geese and water. Lots of water.
On Saturday we biked to Amsterdam. I'm not that fond of Amsterdam, but it's a great place for biking. Especially with a clear blue sky and sunshine. We biked and biked, but also sat down to enjoy the weather, a nice lunch and a beer.
The next day we visited some villages up North. Old, cute villages with wooden houses and water. Lots and lots of water. I didn't take that many photos, so if you want to see more of tis weekend, please visit Tassendief and Enna. Tassendief already did some posts on this weekend, Enna will follow next weekend, since she has a very busy week.