Sometimes in Prof Pia’s class we would go into not churches but private residence — because she knew who to know in the city — where these PRs would have either painted in the atrium (or standing in it) some great piece of art by some one who was a mover or a shaker of his time. It is always interesting to peep in and see how the other world lived. Even if that extra copper they are spending is not for a decadent pool but rather some dyed plaster. (2010)
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In 'sto gioco nessuno ti da una mano onesta
Sono a nuoto in un mare pieno di squali e melma
O vinco o non ho scelta
Boston, avez-vous déjà visité? Moi j’ai adoré ! Et je vous en parle sur le blog, vous saurez tout sur mon dernier Road-trip américain 🇺🇸 N’oubliez pas que la seule appréciation de notre travail, sont vos likes et vos commentaires... donc ne soyez pas timides! Merci pour votre soutiens ❤️
Name your TOP 3 countries in Europe! Then tag three friends you want to go with 🙌🏼
It’s a hard choice because Europe has so many incredible nations... maybe Spain, France, Italy (or the U.K.?)
Wanted to give a belated congratulations to France for the World Cup victory! We have been between time zones and filming/traveling like maniacs these past few weeks and it totally slipped our minds. Also when getting this shot I Almost fell in... 🤫
A glorious morning at Elfin Lakes.
I found this trail last year, and have wanted to return ever since. It's a comfortable 7 mile hike, with gradual incline to the lakes. Having had a late start, I reached the campsite just right before sun down. After dinner, I setup for the night.
I woke up early the next morning to find the lakes in pristine conditions--I got quite excited. I paced around the area for a little bit and finally settled for this composition. As the sun rose, the sky lit up, casting its reflection on the lakes. I took the photo, then went back to the campsite to watch the sunrise, and to avoid the mosquitoes that fed on my face during the photo session.