Due to being in need of space and trying to FLY, I've prioritized my book collection, down to the bare basics. All of these books and authors(a few exceptions) have significant meaning to me and has been an important part of my life or given me something precious at different times of my life. My small table holds larger books with pictures with some school books. I have another shelf for schoolbooks.
Bottom, up "Herfra hvor vi står"(Sådan ligger landet, Landet i bevægelse, Fjorten fotografer)
(From where we stand)
A Danish photo collection. This was a Christmas gift and it is completely amazingly beautiful. Eco House Book
A really great book with lots of pictures an inspiration towards green architecture Tro, håb og kærlighed(Faith, hope and love)
A Jakob Holdt photobook. We all know him. If you don't, check him out! Ruby
An art inspiration book Skæv og national("off" and national)
A book on early Danish planning culture and development. Byer for mennesker(Cities for people)
Schoolbook we used for our last project. Theory on planning holistic cities. Amerikanske billeder(American pictures)
Another Jakob Holdt
100 steder at huske før de forsvinder(100 places to remember before they disappear)
Awesome photo collection. Oh god I love this. Everyone picks it up - Great coffee table book.
Do you want a walkthrough? Amongst the most important is The Dice Man, Out of Africa, The Neverending Story, The World According to Garp, Jonathan Livingstone Seagull, Animal Farm(danish and english), A Refugee Crosses His Tracks, The Stranger(danish and french), The Death and Life of Great American Cities, Edith Sodergran's collected poem, The Little Prince and The Omnivore's Dilemma.
My dreadlocks turned 4 years and 8 months recently. I wanted to talk to you about how they have changed and how dreadlocks generally will change over time. Also I wanted to address the issue, that a lot of young people ask me, if they should get dreadlocks without school or parents permission. Dreadlocks should be something fun and personal, and never be a struggle. Enjoy it!
I love light, white blouses and dresses, now that summer is finally showing it's face. My mom gave me this blouse, that has large sleeves, along with small cut-outs and larger, meshed cutouts. Paired with shorts or a skirt, it is a really sweet summer look. The necklace is from the Italian city Lucca in Tuscany. I visited there a few years back and absolutely *LOVED* it! Definitely going back there sometime. I feel like it is a hard piece to wear and I don't do it often, but paired with light and flow-y things I think it looks great!