10 Feb

this just needs to be reblogged without any comments or anything. thanky ou teamgloria for inspiring me on so many levels ❤

teamgloria, inc.


are you having a delicious saturday?

are you Trapped Under Snow on the east coast?

we saw the live-picture-feed via the interweb of the Nemo Blizzard.

Peter showed us the View from his Room (which, coincidentally is where we took These)


Eleanor sent word of walking-through-the-Blizzard.


elsewhere: george shared a Most Interesting link to NPR’s program(me) on Balenciaga.


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D gave us something Saucy to muse on……

Heather all the way over the Ocean (not that way – that way – across to La Belle France) introduced us to Kipling, a beautiful new soul.

miss jules berlin wrote about a video which left us bereft at the idea of digital-memories-disappearing into the Ether beyond.

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Julia (don’t forget to say it out loud with a Y – miss jules is over there in divinely-decadent Berlin so “Yulia” is the sound you’re looking for) Inspired us to think about…

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  1. teamgloria 2013/02/10 at 4:14 pm #

    dearest julia – firstly – bless you for your kindness in re-blogging our inspired-by-others post and also thank you for introducing us to the Beauty of the Tiergarten – is that where Wim Wenders shot Wings of Desire? It is so curious how the black and white forbidding pain and glory of his movie was suddenly now translated into our head by your tranquil sunshine-peeking-through-snowy deliciousness memory-making post.

    you definitely make good memories.

    and it is interesting that we get to see other people’s memories being made and somehow they become part of us.


    • julia 2013/02/10 at 5:24 pm #

      yes, you are absolutely right. this is wim wender’s tiergarten from “der himmel über berlin” (“wings of desire”). thanks for reminding me… i need to watch that movie again (here we go again mutual inspiration!). maybe i will do this throughout this week because i plan on watching one movie each night. any more suggestions for me?

      interesting point you made about other people’s/friends’ memories that become a part of us or maybe even ours in a way. i like that. a lot.

      have a great sunday!

      waving back from freezing berlin xxx

      • teamgloria 2013/02/10 at 5:27 pm #

        *pausetolookoutwindow* well – on reflection – it was curious to see what the Americans did with Wings of Desire in City of Angels – especially keeping the angels-in-the-library and the nature of Falling and choice and magic – and on the Theme of Meg Ryan – just re-watched Addicted to Love which was directed by Griffin Dunne (big fan) and shows Meg in a very different light with an Utterly charming Matthew Broderick – and we used to live around the corner so you’ll recognize the streets from Our Walk……which is always delicious to do when inside movies and our heads at the same time – making memories and recalling thus.

  2. Heather in Arles 2013/02/11 at 12:29 pm #

    Ooh, I too thought of Wings of Desire immediately. Julia, those photos are so beautiful! And so have an EXCELLENT movie suggestion if you can find it (if I do say so myself) because it is perfect for the rather haunting French short about digital memories that you posted: Wim Wender’s “Until the end of the World”…let me see…”Bis ans Ende der Welt” in German. I actually haven’t seen this movie since when it came out (`91!) but it marked me so deeply that I still think of it often.

    • julia 2013/02/11 at 7:06 pm #

      it makes me happy that you like my photos, heather 🙂 have you ever been to berlin?
      i have never seen or heard of the movie “bis ans ende der welt”, i have to find it and watch it. thank you for telling me!
      sending love from berlin*

      • Heather in Arles 2013/02/12 at 9:33 am #

        I have not Julia, although I would love to. We have dear friends (she is German, he is French) that go as often as they can because they love it so and they sell it well! It sounds like a city I would really appreciate with so much green spaces and culture.

        And the movie is about what happens if we are able to film our dreams at night…William Hurt is amazing and there is a very touching Jeanne Moreau as well…

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