Interior Decoration

Things

Make sure that you have everything that you need, including the lights.

16 comments:

Val said...

I don't know how you performed this miracle Adrian, but you've made a damn mess look attractive! LOL This is impressive my friend. :)

Fábio Martins | Fotografia said...

Lots of things ...

tossan® said...

Como é que sobe as escadas? Por que você que é um poeta incrível não edita aqui junto as fotos?! Abraço

Phil said...

Hi Adrian, and thanks for joining my little blog-ette. You must have walked in through my front door, while I was out the back editing one of my posts.

Sorry I wasn't there to offer you a steaming 'cuppa' of our finest...Italian coffee. How rude of me.

Hopefully next time.

I see I share your passion & camera brand too. Please tell me you live in one of those waterside buildings in your header image!

I'm pretty new to blogging and I've got to say I'm having a great time here, dipping into other peoples similar or divergent passions and interests.

All part of the reminder that we live alongside such a vast mosaic of diverse cultures, fascinating contrasts and colour tones.

I will enjoy revisiting your extensive site here, while I mull over your world out there in Boston.

As for the interior decoration shot - 'decisions, decisions' if it were me, (yawn) I'd open a bottle of chilled white wine and slink off down to the cellar.

Much more fun. Hmmm.

Erika Nagy Farkas Dudás said...

Érdekes :)
Szép napot!

Mathilde said...

Les éléments de décoration sont jolis, mais pour monter l'escalier ce n'est pas pratique !!!! Rires !!!

AVCr8teur said...

Those paintings are lovely, but I'm not sure how you will get upstairs. :)

Fernando Pagán said...

Muy original la foto.Espero que fuese un plató, como subirian a la planta superior....que agobio.Un abrazo Adriá.

Bhupesh said...

Interior decoration??
or micdecoration??
LOlzzzzzzzzzz

:)

Vivian said...

Interesting! Where is this? Is this a quaint little country store and they used the stairs as shelves? : )

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

Two things immediately came to mind when viewing this, 1. There are no kids in this house and 2. it would be a challenge coming down the stairs in the wee hours of the morning for that first cup of coffee. Photos always have a stories behind them. What the photographer knows and what the viewer imagines.

gabyshiffer said...

pois é, você poderia colocar poemas e fotos...concordo com o Tossan

;)
Vim lhe desejar boa semana
Beijos na alma!

Mera ostentação burguesa a desses jardins com vista para a rua, quando todo jardim devia ser interno (nos dois sentidos) _ um jardim fechado, com uma fonte ao centro e alguém sentado nele, talvez lendo estas linhas...
(Quintana)

The Sagittarian said...

Wow, Val is right - for me down here that photo could have been taken after one of our earthquakes! :-)

Adrian LaRoque said...

Right Vivian!

Carina Felice.Fotografías. said...

hahahhaha, very cool, Im sure about the lights in my living room :)
hugs my dear.

jomateixa said...

lots of things... is a mess!