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Nature has started to wake up...

Who has not at some point own a pair (or maybe two)?

Light last longer, weather gets warmer, walks are back on daily basis.

Humongous agave plants! Are all over the place at a little forest near my house....

Seriously people! How cute are they napping face to face in the sunshine?

For a bit I thought I would press them (like we did at school, remember?) 

Have a nice Sunday afternoon Happy People!


...just because we seem to forget sometimes.

Have an awesome week y'all!

Kat & Anna

 Hello Happy People!
So long since the last Project 365 update, but I am back and I think I actually had a good week!

The week began with an awesome weather, you see?
And after so many damp months I decided it was time to hit the road again, cause you know...Afternoon walks in spring time are the best!

Theodore got me a present and I am super excited!

See that face? Just a stray cat who decided to spend his morning with me.

When the cat is away, the mice will play. So do I when I am alone at the shop.

I can be happy with the smallest things. My favorite book, a hot cup of coffee and a smoke...

Spring blossoms are here but spring is nowhere to be seen..

I hope you all have a nice week!


" Be the change you wish to see in the world "

Here in Greece at 8.30 in the evening we turn our power devises off for an hour. 
What is the time at your place?

Anna & Kat

Hola Happy People!
It 's Friday Finds time again and I am actually going to sort of complete a post I 've made earlier here on ohsoHP.
So what do I got? It is more Frida Kahlo!
In case you 've missed the previous post, head over this way to see more. Otherwise, sit tight and enjoy 40 black and white portraits our beloved artist!

Frida Kahlo by Imogen Cunningham, 1930.

Frida Kahlo by Julien Levy, 1938.

Frida Kahlo in the artist’s studio by Manuel Alvarez Bravo, 1932.

Frida Kahlo sits with her arms folded, looking down, in front of one of her paintings and a wooden bird cage, c.1945.
Frida Kahlo with self-portrait drawing by Diego Rivera (1930), Coyoacan, circa 1945. Photo by Manuel Alvarez Bravo
Frida Kahlo by Florence Arquin, c.1941.
Frida Kahlo photographed in 1946 after an operation.
Frida Kahlo and her dog Xolo.
Frida Kahlo by Leo Matiz, 1946
Frida Kahlo painting “The Two Fridas,” ca.1938 by Nickolas Muray.
Frida Kahlo by Lucienne Bloch, 1933.
Frida Kahlo by Lucienne Bloch, 1935.
Frida Kahlo holding her pet monkey, Mexico City, 1944.
Frida Kahlo in Front of the Unfinished Unity Panel, 1933. Photographed by Lucienne Bloch.
Frida boating at Xochimilco, Fritz Henle, 1936
Frida Kahlo at the Barbizon Plaza Hotel, 1932. Photographed by Lucienne Bloch.

Frida Kahlo in Manuel Álvarez Bravo's studio, 1932.

Frida Kahlo by Lola Alvarez Bravo, 1944.
Frida Kahlo by Lola Alvarez Bravo, 1944.
Frida Kahlo by Carl Van Vechten, 1932.
Frida Kahlo by Guillermo Davila, 1929

Frida Kahlo, 1932.
Frida Kahlo by Juan Guzman, c.1930.
Frida Kahlo by Fritz Henle, 1937.
Frida lying on her stomach by Nickolas Muray, 1946.
Frida Kahlo in the Casa Azul, anonymous photographer, 1930.
Frida Kahlo arriving in New York, 1938.
Frida Kahlo by Lola Alvarez Bravo, 1944..

Frida Kahlo painting "Self-Portrait on the Borderline Between Mexico and the United States" in the Detroit Institute of Arts mural project studio, 1932. Photograph by W.J. Stettler.
Frida Kahlo by Leo Matiz, 1946.
Frida Kahlo by Leo Matiz, 1946.
Frida Kahlo by Leo Matiz, 1946.

"I paint self-portraits, because I’m so often alone, because I am the person I know best."
 Frida Kahlo.

ps: all images via here