Bali, Canngu, 2018
One of the things I liked about Bali the most are, maybe unexpectedly, beds. White crispy sheets, light soft cover. Sheer mosquito nets (those I always wanted when I was a little girl). The warm light from bedside lamps creating a cozy luminescent tent. And heavenly sleep. Until the roosters wake you up. Of course, a bit earlier than you would have wanted. But there is no perfect paradise nor heaven.
I love a half glass of wine, a shallow fragrant pool at the bottom of the bowl.
Christmas. That special time of the year when I feel like drinking egg liquor.
Portrait of a plant N°2. Another lazy afternoon and one nice plant.
I wish all benches would look like this. Alvaro Siza, Evasão . Venice Biennale 2018 .
A photo essay about one of my plants. Taken one lazy Sunday afternoon.
A photo essay about beds in Bali. White, soft, luminescent tents.
“I’ve always loved oils…and little unknown things that I’ve never heard of. “ - Linda Rodin