Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Miniature world


Our miniature world: the one we explore, the one we dream about when we point out all the places we would like to go to together.

29 comments:

Bichos da Matos said...

Je vois qu'il ya une petite lumière à Lisbonne dans ton monde en miniature;)

P I A said...

nice idea!

la ninja said...

moi aussi, petite lumière a amsterdam. cou cou!

merel said...

I always want to have such mini wolrd! I think it has to be delicious to turn the world with your hands round and round!Thanks for remind me of this wish of me.
Have a great day!

P.K said...

What a wonderful way to explore, I used to do this with my father when I was a little girl. A lovely memory. Dream on...

Lollipop said...

... j'adore cet objet, je le trouve toujours poétique et enivrant!

l i s e said...

très belle photo
j'ai toujours eu un faible pour les mappemondes et les voyages lumineux et immobiles...
bonne semaine

Stéphanie said...

J'aime ...

Le blÖg d'Ötli said...

Je regarde toujours la terre en réduction comme toi. Qaund j'étais enfant, je fermais les yeux, la faisait tourner et pointait du doigt le pays où je devais aller, en rêve.

Angie Muresan said...

Isn't it amazing how little our world really is, yet how much it is filled with beauty and lovely people. I adore your photos on this blog! They are so captivating.

CrowNology said...

Great Photo! I love globes...It seems they are becoming a trend in decor too.
I wish sometimes it were smaller so I could travel easier!
Love all your work!
Andrea

Francesca said...

THe quintessential miniature world!

Victoria @ Hibiscus Bloem said...

The world is our oyster - we should explore together.

Arctic Mum: said...

Every house should have a globe to see the world.

elisvermeulen said...

small world.
:)

elisvermeulen said...

small world.
:)

AMUSE-BOUCHE FOR TWO said...

Your pictures make it so easy to dream...

Ma life à moi said...

Une mappemonde et nos rêves sont prêts à s'envoler au gré du hasard, c'est aussi un de nos moments préférés avec les enfants...

Heather Taylor said...

Oh Elisabelle, it was just yesterday that I was sitting in my room nearly in tears at the thought that there are so many stories yet to be heard in this world. Your photo makes my heart happy because yes, it is a small world after all.

Theresa said...

A good visual reminder of the interconnectedness of us all!

HomeCollection. said...

Oh j'adore ces mappemondes lumineuses!
Elles font rêver!

Ian said...

Do you ever spin the globe and say, 'I'll go where my finger lands,' and when you see where it lands, say, 'Perhaps not. I'll try again'?

Audrey said...

J'aime beaucoup! :)

kenza said...

j'aime...

jane said...

lovely idea:)

trinsch said...

beautiful and sweet!

i had an old globe that i gave away when i moved to israel. now the boys are crazy about globes (especially google earth :) and i so wish i had kept it. but then again: not having it uis a perfect excuse for some flea market hunting in denmark this summer...

inna said...

what a beautiful photo of globe!=) I used to have one too when I was little. I guess I still have it, but I just have no idea where it is. It's lovely to spend time watching at it and dreaming of all the places I would love to visit:)

RosaMaría said...

lovely :)

Des said...

Well said.