North & South | #22

White flower macro photography


This series is about pairing two photos with similar textures, colors and composition — one from the North, one from the South. If you’d like to share your photos, you’re very welcome to post a link in the comments or to email me. Do feel free to interpret “North” and “South” creatively: the difference in latitudes doesn’t have to be extreme!

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White Winter Woods

frost on branches - winter in sweden

frost - winter in sweden

frosty spruce and red little house - winter in sweden

frost - winter in sweden

the light in the forest - winter in sweden

Oh, the white winter woods – see, that trio of w’s is what makes me want to live here.


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Some Things

frozen leave

Something thoughtful Sohini wrote about being a literature student — and that many students and researchers in other fields could also probably relate to.

Speaking of students and researchers, something hilarious and perfectly illustrative that @AcademicPain replied to my prompt. Tag them with an “academic pain”, and they’ll make a gif out of it.

Something super interesting about the process behind the cover of a children’s book, Wildwood, by Colin Meloy and Carson Ellis. I always love when artists share the behind-the-scenes like this. I should also mention that I found this link through Anja Øverbye’s pinterest which I warmly recommend to anyone interested in drawing , illustration and graphic novels. Anja is a talented Norwegian illustrator and graphic novelist, and also shares a lot of her own work and process on her blog.

A very interesting blog I discovered this week, and something unexpected that made me very happy. Thank you for your kind words, M!

Have a good weekend!
garden frost


other things


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