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Weekend Wanderlust (vol 57)

- This is the world's oldest photo of Paris (!) - Best Smart Luggage for 2017 - This guy makes sweaters, then takes pictures of himself wearing the sweaters at those places - The other Hygge book - These Paris tours look amazing! - A surprisingly spacious tiny house in a trailer - The sleeping...

Weekend Wanderlust (vol 56)

What are you up to to this weekend? I'm recovering from foot surgery and taking it easy this month, watching lots of terrible television and remaining blissfully ignorant of the dropping temperatures outside. (I kind of don't want to admit it, but I haven't left the apartment in almost...
If you think these photos look just a little off, even a bit 3-D, you're not wrong. Photographer Markus Brunetti stitched these images together from hundreds to thousands of photographs! Brunetti photographs historic cathedrals from every angle, capturing every little detail to create composite images that often appear more...
Lo & Sons Camera Bag Review I recently purchased Lo & Sons’ Claremont crossbody leather camera bag for use with my new Fuji X-T2. Here’s what I thought of it…. Want the short version? Not enough thoughtful design features to merit the $300 price tag. The Pros - Claremont Camera Bag Review I really...
I'm forever obsessed with North Korea, and a huge part of that fascination is with the architecture. So of course I love Raphael Olivier's photo essay Vintage Socialist Architecture! Lots more fantastic architectural photography on his website, and his Instagram. Save Save
- Colorfully edited photos of Botswana's flora - The secret apartments of New York libraries - Gorgeous leather travel cases that I don't need, but enjoy gazing at - I find something weirdly charming about hideous public transport upholstery, but might not go quite as far as this designer - An incredible storefront...
I've been making use of lazy summer days to catch up on the stacks of travel magazines that have been piling up in our little apartment. Among all the new wanderlust and inspiration happily swimming in my head, I was smitten with the photography in a feature on Lartigue:...
Moody, romantic photos of Paris cafes at night by Blaise Arnold. I love that he shot most of them after a rainfall, I can practically smell the rain...and the food and wine within.
Digging Ross Paxton's series A General History of Timeless Landscapes! He spent two years photographing sightseeing buses and boats across the UK...with some nice composition, but the really compelling part for me are the very underwhelmed looking tourists: (found via Wired)
A gorgeous new book from Taschen compiles over 800 vintage, straight-from-a-fairytale Photochrom photos from early 1900s Germany. Full of "medieval towns, rural traditions, and mystical forests, creating a fascinating and nostalgic panorama of a long lost epoch before the ravages of time and history set in," the photos offer a...