Blue Moon

by angeliska on December 30, 2009

Here we go, darlings – on the precipice of a new year, and just nearly ready to dry our sticky wings on the other side of the future! 2010, for real? I mean, doesn’t it seem slightly preposterous, as if (…)

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Texas Hexmas

by angeliska on December 26, 2009

I get more and more shameless every year in my open adoration of this holiday. Yes, the commercialization and wasteful glut disgust me – but it means so much more to me than that. Even in Texas, (where we can (…)

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Magic Windows #8

by angeliska on December 23, 2009

Magic Windows are portals into the strange and beautiful world I inhabit, and the marvelous people, places and things come across in my day to day – all captured with the aid of my handy magic celephone (it’s an iPhone). (…)

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Winter Solstice – Messe de Minuit

by angeliska on December 21, 2009

Happy Winter Solstice, beloveds! It’s not especially chilly here yet, though it has gotten a little frost-spangled some nights, the tease of recent snowfall amounted to only a meagre flurry. That being said, I’m grateful to know that the days (…)

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Indigo Honey

by angeliska on December 16, 2009

(Photo by Jane Aldridge) I adore this image captured in Coco Chanel’s gorgeously appointed apartment in Paris. What a dream come true, to explore her domain! I dreamt the other night that a was drinking Chanel No. 5 out of (…)

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Magic Windows #7

by angeliska on December 11, 2009

It’s high time for a Magic Windows update, wouldn’t you say? As always, all photos were taken with my magic telephone camera (which explains the not-so-hot quality, eh?) It sure is handy, though! All the photos were taken at Uncommon (…)

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Autumnal Perfumes

by angeliska on December 1, 2009

Due to the seasonal lag caused by my propinquity to the equator and global warming, it’s really just barely beginning to feel like a true autumn. The leaves here do change color a bit, though nothing so stunning as what (…)

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