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In the heart of the 11th arrondissement, the Oberkampf district has its own mini Paris flea market, a petite shopping village of mid-century design, decorative arts and vintage lighting waiting behind weathered façades of the neighbourhood’s old ateliers.
A short walk from Monument tube station, in a side street of the City of London, lies St-Dunstan-in-the-East.
I‘ll be the first one to admit there isn’t much to this post besides a lovely but forgotten starlet I found buried in the LIFE archives with a striking resemblance to Angelina Jolie, peddling some pretty bizarre bathroom gadgets in the 1950s.
© The Goat Whispere/
Like most of Europe, London felt as if it had been shoved inside a pizza oven at the weekend and we were on a desperate hunt for a drinking spot in the shade. Trying our luck in Chelsea, where blonde and bronzed young things seemingly all called Hugo or Henrietta were spilling out onto every available shaded terrace in the neighbourhood, it felt like a very foolish endeavour. Only, we had a lucky number up our sleeve.
1. Abandoned ‘Jail and Wedding’ Chapel
The international world fairs of the early 20th century brought to Paris some seriously elaborate pavilions and palatial monuments such as the Grand Palais (and don’t forget the Eiffel Tower), but with the simultaneous arrival of migrants from the east, so too have they brought their own little pieces of home over the years.
A booming economy, an abundance of food and fresh produce overflowing from baskets, a seemingly happy and healthy working population, beautifully manicured scenery and immaculate cities– heck, I would have wanted to go live in communist Romania by the looks of these photos.
One Saturday afternoon in July 1917, Elsie Wright borrowed her father’s camera and set off with her cousin, returning half an hour later claiming to have photographed a group of fairies they played with in the wood.
Is it just me or is there’s something about precariously-positioned hotels called “The Belvedere”? Remember
Photo from the Detroit Publishing Company Photograph
1. Casino pool at the Alcazar Hotel: Then & Now St. Augustine, Florida, 1904.
Today, in totally random photo stories fished out of the internet, we have this rather inexplicable contraption that seems to have been invented for the sole purpose of bobbing buxom babes in bikinis around to the amusement of the passing crowd.
Palazzo Margherita, Italy “The Coppola Family Hideaways”– sounds like a quaint retreat with an Italian mama making your life pure heaven.
© Johannes Hulsch/
Before the flapper came about as the embodiment of 1920s femininity, women in the late 1800s and early 1900s had a different role model from which to take cues – the Gibson Girl.
Not the usual Mexico Cancun or Acapulco destination, we are in the northwestern region of Chihuahua where a most eccentric and isolated Hotel Posada Mirador perches over cliffs that are four times greater in magnitude than that of the Grand Canyon.