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Some snaps from Paris…

Rothko in Paris Here’s a curated look of what we did in Paris over the last two weeks. We savoured fine art and food with friends, took in the distinctly Parisian views and, of course, did some fun yoga asanas in iconic public spaces.

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Past & Present come together.

Dear Photograph is a great photo blog that brings together (photographs of the) past and (thoughts from the) present.

Dear Photograph,

These were your first big steps of many that will be made in your lifetime.

Love, Mommy

Image from this Dear Photograph post.

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Main St. Moustaches

I’ve been trolling around the Main St. area again handing out 3JVancouver schedules. There’s this one new-ish coffee shop where all flyers are left in the bathroom. It’s also where I took this photo.

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The Sartorialist

From the Lia Bell post on The Sartorialist

If you haven’t seen The Sartorialist yet, I don’t know what you’re waiting for!

Scott Schuman, the artist behind the blog, takes the most sublime photos.  He captures beauty + style with an ethereal, spacious quality.  I especially love the vintage photo contest posts.

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Indian Banana

There’s an amazing, international South Indian restaurant chain named Saravana Bhavan which I discovered during my first visit to Chennai.  By some sort of angelic coconut chutney miracle, when I arrived home after my trip, a Saravana Bhavan had opened in Vancouver!  My farm friends and I have since renamed it the “Indian Banana”.
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Ganesha emerges.

After much anticipation, I’m finally posting the pictures of Jai’s beautiful Ganesha.  He’s three and a half weeks into the process and is knee-deep in detail work these days.  Enjoy the show!


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Oh, India!

Sweet lime soda time.

My first week in Southern India has been full of sunshine, dal and drawing. Jai spends most of his time chip-chip-chipping away at learning stone sculpture. Sometimes I sit with him to watch the progress and to watch all the people who come by, both Indian and foreign, fascinated by the friendly American stone carver working alongside the locals.
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