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Banchetto promozionale personalizzabile accessoriabile con stampe PVC.

 

Studio Stands Srl

Sito Web: www.studiostands.it/

It's my desk again. Haha!

 

Sorry for not visiting your streams, I will try my best during the weekend! :)

 

Facebook page.

Twitter

Fun study of my desk

Ink & Watercolor

www.jdhanchett.com

Oops!! Today is Sunday! XD

 

Kustom 9 March 2015

xin. wooden corner desk + rare

xin. industrial push cart

xin. industrial numbered cabinet

xin. locked up cabinet

xin. file drawer stand

xin. retro television/radio

xin. wall supply holder

xin. rope shelf

xin. scratched bins

xin. file drawer stand

xin. industrial memo board

 

The Arcade March 2015

{vespertine} suitcase player.

xin. vintage television

xin. turtle container

 

Other

Apple Fall Rural Farmhouse RARE

AF Books

Apple Fall Lightbulb Terrarium

AF Monogram Luggage Bag

PILOT - Window Shade [Black Stripes]

PILOT - Burger Meal

PILOT - Chicken Nuggets

PILOT - BBQ Dipping Sauce

PILOT- Journal

[ zerkalo ] Pile of books 3

[ zerkalo ] Pile of books 2

[ zerkalo ] Pile of books 1

-David Heather-DH Soda/Silver/Decor

-David Heather-DH Soda/Gold/Decor

Soy. Triangle Terrarium [diamond] silver

:CP: Rainey Bistro Newspaper

xin. coffee cup

NOMAD // Terminal Wall Clock

{vespertine} painted globe / love

floorplan. deer canvases

snack_food_2 Calbee POTATO CHIPS CONSOMME PUNCH

MudHoney Zelia Rug

 

Hola.....stasera un po così, pensavo tra me e me sull'importanza del lavoro degli impegni.

Zomberos quante volte avete "dovuto" rinunciare?

Mi spiego:

se è vero che il lavoro nobilita l'uomo e ne fa un essere libero, perchè mai lavorando si deve sempre scegliere la cosa a cui rinunciare?

Oggi ho dovuto fare l'ennesima rinuncia, non solo dovuta al lavoro, ma diciamo che anch'esso contribuisce non poco a triturarmi il tempo, a segmentarlo a tal punto da diventare manciata di secondi per me, il tempo non mi è bastato, e l'impegno a cui tanto tenevo è irrimediabilmente saltato!

 

Ecco questo è il mio desk, la mia vita e stasera la odio, si fratellini di cyberspazio, la odio con tutto me stesso, e non venitemi a dire beato te che hai il lavoro, si lo so che sono "fortunato", lo so che non tutti hanno oggi la fortuna di avere uno stipendio, ma come scrivevo qualche foto fa, non è che amo meno gli uomini.....ma la natura mi da piu' soddisfazioni.

Sentire la pienezza di Fare qualcosa di Tuo, e non Per qualcosa o Qualcuno non ha prezzo, non ha incasso alla fine dello scaffale, e tutto ha un sapore diverso.

Ma questo è il Paese della Rinuncia, della Martellata sui coglioni, della Frustata sulla pubblica piazza, e che ci volete fare se per correre appresso a clienti e fornitori ci si dimentica di se stessi? In fondo è il mercato che ce lo chiede baby!

 

e tutto intorno a te continua girare mentre tu ti senti fermo come un pachiderma sotto una valanga, travolto da una slavina di impegni, improcrastinabili!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Forse ho perso l'ennesima occasione di farmi del bene, o forse non me la meritavo, nel dubbio mi cucco a letto e mi sento questa.....

 

buenas noche

 

take me out!

 

Polaroid expired Chocolate 100 film, 350 Land Camera, scanned after aging for several months.

This is my work desk.

I've just bought a nice new Canon Speedlite 430EX II to accompany my EOS 7D and thought I'd do a few test shots.

the antique times.

I've managed to find a small collection of Heather's own photos of her 2010 Doll House. I did not build these, nor did I take the photos. I saved these photos for future reference in my own building, as each room she created had things to teach me about how to get the most out of every single brick. Now I'm very glad that I did.

 

I've uploaded them here so that these incredible images won't be lost to the AFOL community. I want Heather's friends and family to be able to see them and remember what an amazing builder she was, and for those new AFOLs that might otherwise never have known her work.

Lovely desk built into one of the windows at Standen, it was really nice to have a good close look at all of the interesting items on display. Light was gorgeous too.

 

Rolleiflex 3.5e

Schneider Kreuznach Xenotar 75mm f3.5

Kodak Tri-X

9 and three quarter minutes in Kodak D-76

Heeellllooooo!!!

  

Longtime! I've landed in Kigali, Rwanda and I'm settled already.

Joined forces with ILLUME Creative Studio and soon opening my own photo-studio as well.

Easily one of the best decisions I've ever taken, glad I'm home with the man available opportunities.

Hit the ground running so I've been busy with work but I plan on frequently updating my flickr page.

 

See you soon!

 

p.s. Need to swap a desk for a studio!

SIGMA dp2 Quattro test shoot

Found this old desk at an abandoned copper mine. It was a little shack at the top. I imagined the boss in here watching out the window.

Current home office.

Puchi Sample - My desk

Antique Desk Lamp nice old solid lamp that still works, shot in North Carolina.

Finally, my 3 essays are completed for Uni and I've managed to tidy up my massive stack of books from the side of my desk

 

My eMac is now at the other side of the room

this is pretty much what my desk looks like this whole summer XD

Left monitor: JavaScript. Right monitor: OMG HAUNTED HOUSE!

this is the lamp on my desk at work--my dad gave it to me!

Desk from our in-house thriftstore: the basement! (the former owners of this house just left everything there..:))

Chair was a gift from my neighbour, apple mirror thriftstore find, cute kitchy dear lamp from www.grootzus.nl Pencil case from Esthermokka, lovely bunny from marjji.etsy.com, sponge monster home made cooperation from me and M. The chest of drawers was my own since I was a teenager and has moved throughout the country and the whole of Amsterdam (moved 8 times there in 13 years!)

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