Weeks pass, you feel little change and then suddenly wake up and realize that half the year is nearly over. I’m not quite sure what day the cold spring turned into a warm summer but, suddenly, I’m installing an air conditioner and reaching for ice cubes in my drinks. In any case, my latest list of links.
1.I always found photos of city life in the post-war period extremely fascinating. The New York Times published its latest installment.
2. Alek Malachowski’s (@hashtagalek)’s photo of buildings reflected in the Polish pavement was featured by Instagram this morning.
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3. If you’re not spending an hour looking over fancy hats at the Royal Ascot races every morning, you are doing very little else with your life.
4. Chris Burkard’s photos almost never disappoint.
The wind finally turned favorable for a little bit of sailing yesterday. Our humble vessel transformed into a full blown pirate ship and we headed straight to my favorite arch. This quick iPhone snap shared with a tiny bit of cell service gives you a peak into what I have been up to this week. Sharing my love for this place with my photography workshop students is one of my favorite ways to spread awareness of these wild places. _____ #iphone @auroraarktika @haukursigurdsson @visitwestfjords
6. What did you do before the internet? This New Yorker piece tries to figure it out.
7. Avocado pasta better become a thing the world over.
8. This photo essay on Ethiopia is also very interesting.
9. I may be the last person in the world to discover Audible, but I have now and it’s been great. I’m listening to The Death and Life of Great American Cities at the moment.