I’m delighted to share some press/pr photographs I styled just lately for BHS that includes lots of lovely homewares from their new collections for Spring/Summer season 2016 with images by Jon Day.
The attacks could not have been more brutal. An assault on buildings crammed with people, using industrial airliners as weapons of mass destruction. Time’s passing has added layers of meaning to those events, but the fifth anniversary brings us again to a shared starting point: dying and destruction on a scale unimagined in the heart of our city, heroic responses from around the nook and around the nation, the resolve to go on and to recollect.
I like the purple headed girl with the silkie rooster! Oh my goodness! I laughed so onerous! The factory hens are one cause I elevate my own chickens. I’m adding your lens to my yard farming lens. Even though these chickens do not reside in the backyard, I believe my readers would find this interesting. A couple of house hens might work for someone in an residence who wished recent eggs.
Gun safes are a necessity! The safety of your kids is paramount. Having a secure must be synonymous with having a gun. Sure, guns have come a great distance with regard to safety and sometimes embrace a lock that will lock the safety of a gun in place. Nevertheless, kids are simply as intelligent and industrious as we have been at their age. If they’ll get their arms on the gun and the key, they will.
I’m extremely impressed by your collection. Living in Australia, I am grateful just to own a Tri-ang Home, as I love them so much… there may be just one thing about them! I looked for articles about Tri-ang Homes and photos in Doll Home magazines – for years in vain, till Marion Osborne was lastly capable of determine it for me. Amazingly, It is a no. 75, which is quite rare and was made for under 2 years – 1939/forty. I really feel so lucky to have found it.