2.28.2006

Detail - curves

A peek at some of the detail in my world... where I live to be more specific -
trying not to take the beauty of the every day for granted. Everywhere we look there is beauty - if we pay attention...








9 comments:

Sandig said...

jacksont - for you! I go up and down these stairs about a zillion times a day. I am thankful that years ago someone spent time designing this amazing staircase... most days I take it for granted - we take so many things for granted - it is a shame. I am going to call today "pay attention Tuesday". The sun is shining -everyone in my family is OK -I am going to pay attention and be thankful for the many blessings in my life that I usually take for granted.

Sandig said...

I don't know how long I will keep this post up... it's kinda one of those just for fun things.

jacksonT said...

These pictures are amazing...love the detail shots! I am crazy jealous you get to live in such a neat place...very CORBU-ish. You know that architect? Le Corbusier, look him up. He is my favorite.
Thanks so much for this, I really needed it today. I got a phone call about my grandma this morning...she is barely hanging on. Looks like I will be going home in the nexr day or so. Thanks for your encouragement and positive attitude. It means more than you know.

Sandig said...

Jacksont - we have a Corbu lounge in our living room...

I am sorry to hear about your grandmother - I will keep her and your family in my thoughts and prayers today.

jacksonT said...

a corbu lounge? now I am REALLY jealous! I am headed out tonight, thanks again for your prayers.

Heidi said...

i love seeing your very cool house portrayed on your blog...maybe some more to come? :)

Photography said...

Beauiful interiors, nice piece of work :-)

Maria said...

very nice... if your staircase and garden says anything, it's you live in such a beautiful place!

wow!

i hope you'll continue with your posts... it's an inspiration and an encouragement...

Tim Halberg said...

Seriously, love the shots!!! Shooting your own house can be so difficult, but so fun when it finally opens up to your eyes