Wander Weeks

By Robert Proch

By Robert Proch

Oil paintings by Alexandra Pacula

(by Laura D’art)

Good food, music, books, films, and gardening. This summer.

beanfield:

What’s left of me. (by Katie Rose Clausen)

Humility does not mean thinking less of yourself than of other people, nor does it mean having a low opinion of your own gifts. It means freedom from thinking about yourself at all.

I haven’t seen the film but this poster is just gorgeous.

01 Mar 2012.

Tree branches, rooftops, bicycles, benches, hats and scarves—all covered in the most beautiful powdery snow imaginable. Made me so happy yesterday.

Paradise Pond is such a lovely place. Two days ago I happened upon an article in a landscape architecture magazine that mentioned that Smith’s first president wanted the entire campus to be developed as a botanic garden for the scientific and aesthetic value it would bring to the college. Frederick Law Olmsted (the designer of Central Park and father of modern landscape architecture) was hired for the job. I remember visiting Smith for the first time nearly a year ago—at the time I was not at all impressed by the campus, but walking around now I can see that the beauty of the landscape more than makes up for the lack of stately architecture.

I think if everyone decided to take leisurely walks by the pond every once in a while we’d all be better off.

Paradise Pond, last week and now.

Solitude and silence

are underrated.

(via ?)

(via squaremeal)

(via Our Kitchen)

(via purifie-d)

The French countryside—another one from last summer. Because I happen to be feeling nostalgic.

Wouldn’t it be quite wonderful to live in that little house?

Pamplona, Spain. Last summer.