visit bath in somerset, typically british city in england (by Shiny Thoughts)
In a fine example of the changing faces of a city and the ways we document our surroundings, Halley Docherty aka Shystone has taken 18th and 19th-century paintings of London and superimposed them on to present-day Google Street View screenshots, making a collage of London then and now. Originally commissioned by Guardian Cities, artist’s latest collages remixed some well known historical paintings of city scenes around the world, from Istanbul to Saint Petersburg and Tokyo to New York, superimposed on to Google Street View. (src. Guardian Cities) Shystone’s work offers a fascinating reminder that we are always living among the past.
pretty sure it’s not blood running through my veins it’s stress
The Parent Trap, dir. Nancy Meyers (1998)
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Hey, your sister said that you could use some company and I know that I could sure use some girl time so I thought I’d stop by and say hi. I have so much to tell you, oh my gosh. The school stuff is going great, you know we started to look at properties and we actually—we found one, which is… which is really cool, because it’s this really old office building, and Adam doesn’t love it, I can tell, but I love it. I fell in love with it the second I saw it. It needs some paint, some TLC, but I think it’s very promising. It has potential for sure. I’m blabbering. I am completely blabbering. If you want me to shut up, you can just say so and I’ll stop talking. I think this place is going to be really great, you know. For Max, for so many other kids. I’m really excited about it. I think it’ll be something that can live on forever.