Friday, 8 January 2010

Inside



Inside, looking out and looking in.

I vaguely remember a time when I used to visit the library to find pictures of a bird or a plant.

20 comments:

ibb said...

It is time to find little birds flying in the storm and discover plants surviving under snow.

Ana Gonzalez said...

I love this picture Camila.

Elisa R said...

Hi, Camilla! I've just received your wonderful book. Morran's adventures are a sucess in this São Paulo's summer. Thank you for keep me inspired! I hope you have a brilliant 2010!
All the best from Brazil, Elisa

gnz\\\\\ said...

The last time we had snow in Rome was in 1986.

the t time said...

wonderful picture... so poetic.

Jane O Sullivan said...

hi camilla...thanks for the links , well needed inspiration candy and may I wish you a happy and fantastic new year !

Jodi Anderson said...

Oh, my! The first link is associated with the college that I attended. (University of Wisconsin) My daughter is going to the same university and is majoring in "library and information studies". This all feels sort of full circle. :)

jennifer little said...

Hi!
I came across your beautiful work on the Hooray blog! Do you by any chance have the pattern to the beautiful afghan in the photo of this link?
http://hooraydesign.blogspot.com/2010/01/camilla-engman.html

I would love to have my mom make a blanket similar to yours.

thanks! jennifer little
sugar.jenniferlittle@gmail.com

emma said...

haha. men nu slipper man gå till bibblan, man ser ju in till grannens encyklopedi och kan göra researchen hemifrån. ;)
ser mysigt ut.
sällskap av tomte och allt!


trevli helg!

Virma iep said...

I love the snow and this sweet picture! And Happy New Year, Miss.

marie said...

i like to do this also when the weather is extreme (the other extreme here at the moment!)

Christine said...

Ja, det er tosset. Det er ikke længe siden jeg slog ting op i leksika og ordbøger. Nu kan alt googles, og det føles som om det har været sådan altid.
Jeg håber du er kommet godt ind i det nye år :-)

caramela said...

Lovely links- and I really delight in the way the 'inside light' speaks to the lights 'outside' -fab photo-
Annamaria :)

Lovely World said...

My husband and I were just telling our kids about encyclopedias - the neat little collection of books that sat on the shelf of our childhood homes. They really have no use for them now that there is so much information on-line.

Elisabeth - anyhow.se said...

Och där går andra runt & lever för fullt! :)

Diana Sudyka said...

I love old natural history prints. Thanks for the beautiful photo and links.

Sarah Hannevik said...

Hi! I just found your work and I love it, your blog is lovely as well! I just bought your book, can't wait to get it! Enjoy the snow, I miss my little house in Oslo (now living for a couple years in South Korea).

All the best for 2010!
Sarah
www.sarahsmiles.no

Dinners & Dreams said...

Your blog is gorgeous! I marvel at your art each time I come here.

Nisrine

Veja cecilia said...

tack för länkarna! och tack för påminnelsen om bibblan, jag som bara letar på nätet å inget finner:P

hc said...

I like your blog. Just happened to find it, along with your planet full of snow...

HAPPY 2010!

helena
moretranslations.blogspot.com