Sometimes I really know that Jesse gets me when he finds me treasures like these. I came home the other day to some show and tells, and the following videos have to be some of the most beautiful imagery I’ve seen in a long time! Thankyou so much to my other half for dazzling my eyes once again.
A sample of some very early colour motion picture film. I can’t stop watching this, it’s honestly like a dream!
Extremely old, colour motion picture of floral arrangements with an epic soundtrack
Marlene Dietrich screen test for Blue Angel, 1930
Loie Fuller dancing Danse Serpentine, recorded in 1896. This video has always had me in entranced, and I’ve been rekindling my love for Loie Fuller recently.
Meanwhile I’ve been a busy little bee with lots of social engagements of late. Lot’s of birthdays, openings, coffee/lunch/dinner dates and we’re having a big house party at our place this weekend with some friend’s bands playing. I’ll have to collate all the party photos into one post after the weekend.
Also, exciting for Jesse, two of his bands have been announced to play Sound Summit next month in Newcastle, Mad Nanna and Asps. Unfortunately I can’t go, I’ll most likely be visiting Brisbane that weekend but anyone around Newcastle should check it out! Heaps of amazing bands also playing.
I’ll leave you with a snap from my good friend Tamara’s birthday dinner on the weekend in Chinatown. Happy Birthday Tamara!