Happy Weekend. The look today is inspired by the Melbourne DVD Live version of “Try” by P!nk and the red post of yesterday. Giving the beginning of a new weekend some edge <3 The make-up is basically rogue, concealer, mascara, eyeliner and lipstick. Selected Femme Bianca Necklace nelly.com, Top (old) H&M
Thought about all the small things listening to Rob Thomas “Little Wonders” on a late-night walk yesterday, got a nice gift from my brother and his other half, the gift containing a cherished gum flavor Big Red. A gesture much appreciated. Used to devour a huge quantity of Hot Tamales (kinda the same) while living briefly in Utah, the flavor awakens memories of running up the hills there. Images by: Kajsa J. Andersen
Evening walks and a thermos filled with hot water, inspires the mind and recharges. Shares some amazing photography from danorst.tumblr.com, selected only a sample. This tumblr is worth a visit. What do you think? Images via: danorst.tumblr.com
I must admit I`ve slept a tad lighter thinking about what´s going on in Syria and Iraq in regards to The Islamic State, seen some sad and graphic videos. Leaving me in thoughts on what I can do more to raise awareness, by chance I discovered this quote by Carmen de Monteflores “Oppression can only survive through silence.” This post is not sponsored but my way of not being silent, I follow any new development. Any item you like?
Showing off my new Kari Traa workout gear I got from mom, Kari Traa is famous for winning a gold medal in Freestyle skiing at the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics. Which I think takes lots of courage. Do you have a courageous person you look up to?
Images by: Kajsa J. Andersen
Wanted to share an amazing video of the capital of North Korea, coming to my discovery. Aware of the human right issues, sometimes however it´s nice to get to know the people in North Korea too, from a softer stance. My aim is to raise awareness about North Korea. Included some text from the description too, more inside the link.
“Enter Pyongyang” is another stunning collaboration between city-branding pioneer JT Singh and flow-motion videographer Rob Whitworth. Blending time-lapse photography, acceleration and slow motion, HD and digital animation, they have produced a cutting‐edge panorama of a city hardly known, but one emerging on the visitor’s landscape as North Korea’s opening unfolds.