{a thousand words}


Always telling P. that it takes a special eye to take great photographs, and Jeans‘ (on flickr) super-talented eye creates some very stunning work.

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  • Hello, anon–glad you stopped by, but confused about your comment . . . there have been a whirlwind of updates over the past three months, including two posts today, January 14, 2008 . . . I’m not certain if maybe you need to clear your cache to refresh the page, or perhaps try to access this site directly and not from a bookmark–the url is http://www.citified.blogspot.com You’ve missed some fun posts, including the NYC one, as well as last Thursday’s, which saw {This is Glamorous} mentioned in the Washington Post! I’m not sure why you haven’t been able to view any posts since this one, but I can assure you that there have been regular and frequent updates since! Hope to hear from you again.

  • Anonymous said...

    You’re clearly never going to update again, are you

  • Thanks for your question, anon–it’s been really busy since we got back from NYC, so for the past week, when things finally settled down a little, I thought it might be good to take some time away from the computer.

    Of course, if more people like you let me know that you’re here, it might give me more incentive to update it regularly :)

  • Anonymous said...

    Why do you never update?

  • Like your description of the shot of the lamp, Franki, and that modern living room is actually her own :)

  • wow. these are smashing. I love the partially concealed shot of the lamp. A wee bit mysterious, but ever stylish.

    But that modern living room takes the cake. Stunning!

  • Thanks for stopping by, Pink–and I agree about Ferruccio Laviani’s lamp!

    Hello Paris! You’ve taken some pretty stellar shots yourself :)

  • you are so right…i love the detail on the white mirror, i would kill to get a shot like that!

  • love that lamp in the second to last photo.

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