As a mom to a little one, I see these days zipping by so very fast. She’s outgrowing things and toys so quickly, and I don’t want to miss any of it. I see daily things that she loves so much are often overlooked by me simply because I see them all the time. A bit like driving by the same place every single day, yet never really seeing it. How you get so used to seeing THIS that you never notice the beauty in THAT. That is how I felt about her toys. The ones that are scattered on the floor at the end of each day.Continue reading Each Day I Photograph My Child’s Most Favorite Toys
Photos from our early childhood can be charming because of how unprofessional, candid, and random they are, but they are usually not something people would like to frame. Nowadays, newborn photography is way more creative than just snapping a few photos of a crying baby with a camera, and many photographers specialize in capturing the first weeks of newborns’ lives in the most beautiful and cute way possible. There’s not much you can ask from a newborn to make your photos stand out, but if you think out of the box, the result can be amazing. Art became an inspiration for this cool dad from Brazil who decided to take newborn photography to another level.Continue reading For His Newborn Daughter’s Photoshoot, This Dad Recreated Famous Paintings He And His Wife Love
It was the spring of 2014 when Foster Huntington decided to chase his childhood dream. Soon, he began building a fairytale-like treehouse that he has been fantasizing about for years but the project he planned to spend a few months on ended up taking most of the year.
To begin the build, Huntington gathered a small group of friends from all over the country (some of whom were professional carpenters) and started planning the treehouse in Skamania County, Washington, on a piece of land that has belonged to his family for over 20 years.
About 12 months later, The Cinder Cone was finished. The multi-level structure consists of two treehouses, connected by a 25-foot bridge, a wood-fired hot tub, and even a skate bowl.
“I have always loved treehouses, so I thought it was time to build a big-boy one,” Huntington told Outside Magazine. “I wanted to make a place where my friends would want to come hang.”
Eventually, The Cinder Cone became his permanent home. Huntington estimates that the entire project cost him about $170,000. “I could’ve bought a house,” he told The New York Times. “But this is so much better. For me, it’s realizing a childhood dream.”
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