Things I Love Thursday #2

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Creating a collection of cloud porn & getting ready for costume parties!

 

Things I Love Thursday is an idea created by the inimitable Gala Darling. In 2007 she began creating a list every Thursday, sharing links, people and experiences that she had fallen in love with that week. All over the internet people the idea was passed around: everyone loved the concept of celebrating appreciation and thankfulness together and began creating their own lists… This is mine!

 

♥ Cloud porn: please find example above. Sometimes I’m 110% in the mood to photograph clouds all day, and apparently at the beginning of August I had many of those days! I’m just editing and uploading them to Flickr now, and I’m still rather enamoured with them now. Yum!

♥ I really love Lisa Congdon’s blog, especially the 365 days of hand lettering entries! This one is one of my favourites.

♥ Anticipation of going to my friend Natalie’s costume party (Film themed!) this Saturday – this is what we all looked like last time she had one (exactly four years ago today: Mythology & Fantasy themed!)…

♥ This one is going to sound daft, but… My car hasn’t been broken into so far this week! It’s been broken into twice so far this month, which has been both annoying and frustrating on a multitude of levels: pretty pleased that it has remained safe for over 10 days now!

♥ I’ve got the softest place in my heart for the Natural History Museum in London (as you may know, I worked and volunteered there for a total of 4 years!). This week they announced the winners for the 2012 Veolia Wildlife Photographer of the Year, which, as usual, as stunning. To take a peek at the commended images, click here.

 

Do you write a Things I Love Thursday or gratitude list? If not, what would you write on it this week? If so, please share it with me!

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