These pictures date from when I went to Morocco last October. Seeing them makes me crave sunshine. It's like the whole country is on one set colour palette of burnished orange and sunset pink. Love it.
Kasbah Toubkal in the Atlas Mountains
Souk bakery in Marrakech
Just thought I'd provide you with that little piece of escapism you might be needing. It's almost the weekend...
This is seriously awesome. For the person who thinks they desperately need an array of underwater pictures. On a more serious note, however, this little babe offers pics with a hint of that lomography-esque graininess. And, furthermore, it's cheap: £12.25 or, for those of you who live across the Pond, $15. Find it here or here.
Hope y'all are dealing with the return to work, school and anywhere else. For me, once the excitement of seeing everyone again has worn off, I am left dreaming of sunny places...
On Saturday we set off to go see the exhibiton 'The 18th century Back in Fashion', which promised ot display contemporary pieces of haute couture and ready-to-wear, from the likes of top designers and fashion houses such as Vivienne Westwood, Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel, Balenciaga or Olivier Theyskens for Rochas. The exhibition was being held in the Grand Trianon, so whilst we were there we made a little detour to the Petit Trianon, a much more refined, in my opinion, area of escape from the extravagances of the court for the Queen. The following pictures are my snapshots from our visit.
Here are some pictures of the exhibition catalogue - simply sumptuous.