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Good morning! Another Friday and the first official in Fall. To me Fall weekends are all about football, food and relaxing. This week like many before I find myself drawn to food and photography.
Taste the Williams Sonoma Blog has a recipe round-up for game day. Great ideas for dips, sides and mains. I think I would enjoy one of those little sliders and a brownie or two while my husband watches football this weekend and I lounge with a pile of magazines.
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Paris is always a good idea and spending time in THIS apartment featured in Traditional Home would make it even better!
I love botanical illustrations and have always been a fan of illustrator Mary Delany, imagine my surprise to learn that there is a huge data base of not only her illustrations but many, many more at the British Museum. Pam of Simple Details Blog used several in an interior project she recently completed and shares the tutorial on Simple Details blog to locate, print and frame them to use these in your own home. If you like botanical illustrations I have a collection of them on my Pinterest board. For more information on Mary Delany visit HERE.
Visiting Pamela at From the House of Edward is like visiting a wonderland, not only is her writing magical, melodious and magnificent her blog is like an enchanted forest filled with beautiful art, writing, books, people and things. Recently Pamela featured this portrait of her beloved dogs, Edward and Apple painted by artist Kevin Nichols. If you would like a portrait of your pet or yourself for that matter Kevin does commissions and you can contact him, HERE
|Image from The Terrier and the Lobster via Chris Craymer|
If you like fashion and Fall than you will LOVE this beautiful shoot by Chris Craymer on The Terrier and Lobster Blog.
|Image Christelle is Flabbergasting via Pinterest|
I discovered two new blogs this week. Photisserie combines a love of photography and pastries, the perfect combination if you ask me and Christelle is Flabbergasting a unending feast for the eyes. The blog is filled with tasty treats, beautifully styled food and photos.
Have you seen the amazing series on PBS, Earthflight? It is a fascinating look at birds around the world using special “birds eye view” cameras and other techniques designed and invented by John Downer the filmmaker. It is must see television.
I just finished The Secret Keeper by Kate Morton, excellent as are all of her books.
I hope that you discovered something new here this week and if you have something to share please do I always enjoy learning about new things.
What are your plans for the weekend? Whatever they are I hope that you have a great one!