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Lecture in Oslo. Thursday, September 19th at Vulkan Arena at 6pm.Text from the organizers: «Architects, not Architecture or “AnA” – as the name suggests – provides a glimpse on great personalities of architecture. The event series is not about the projects of the architects, but the people behind, their professional backgrounds and formative individual experiences, that shaped the projects we all know.On 19 September 2019, following relevant Norwegian architects will talk about their personal experiences and important creative periods within their work and, as always at “AnA“, not a word may be lost about their projects themselves:Einar Jarmund, founder of Jarmund & Co AS Arkitekter MNAL, www.ejco.noKari Nissen Brodtkorb, founder of Kari Nissen Brodtkorb AS, www.merarkitektur.noTodd Saunders, founder of Saunders Architecture AS, www.saunders.noThe three of them are well-known names for their significant and fascinating work. Kari Nissen Brodtkorb, architect and educator, is recognized as one of Norway’s most relevant housing designers. Her architecture stroke not only due to the economic and practical factors of housing but as well as precious and characteristic factors. Einar Jarmund, who founded in 2019 “Einar Jarmund & Co AS Arkitekter MNAL” after twenty years partnership with Håkon Vigsnæs at Jarmund/Vigsnæs AS Arkitekter, is driven by an untiring ambition to understand the spirit of the places, both urban and rural. The Canadian-born and Bergen-based Todd Saunders Architecture works with dynamic building and material experimentation with traditional methods and a strong contemporary design sensibility. Look forward to exciting lectures and discussions with our inspiring guest speakers. Doors open at 5pm. The talks will start at 6pm.»
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Lecture in Oslo. Thursday, September 19th at Vulkan Arena at 6pm. Text from the organizers: «Architects, not Architecture or “AnA” – as the name suggests – provides a glimpse on great personalities of architecture. The event series is not about the projects of the architects, but the people behind, their professional backgrounds and formative individual experiences, that shaped the projects we all know. On 19 September 2019, following relevant Norwegian architects will talk about their personal experiences and important creative periods within their work and, as always at “AnA“, not a word may be lost about their projects themselves: Einar Jarmund, founder of Jarmund & Co AS Arkitekter MNAL, www.ejco.no Kari Nissen Brodtkorb, founder of Kari Nissen Brodtkorb AS, www.merarkitektur.no Todd Saunders, founder of Saunders Architecture AS, www.saunders.no The three of them are well-known names for their significant and fascinating work. Kari Nissen Brodtkorb, architect and educator, is recognized as one of Norway’s most relevant housing designers. Her architecture stroke not only due to the economic and practical factors of housing but as well as precious and characteristic factors. Einar Jarmund, who founded in 2019 “Einar Jarmund & Co AS Arkitekter MNAL” after twenty years partnership with Håkon Vigsnæs at Jarmund/Vigsnæs AS Arkitekter, is driven by an untiring ambition to understand the spirit of the places, both urban and rural. The Canadian-born and Bergen-based Todd Saunders Architecture works with dynamic building and material experimentation with traditional methods and a strong contemporary design sensibility. Look forward to exciting lectures and discussions with our inspiring guest speakers. Doors open at 5pm. The talks will start at 6pm.»

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Ancient Civilizations Week, Day 5!⠀ ⠀ Today I’m going to take a different take on “ruins”. What I’m highlighting today aren’t exactly ruins (ie. They aren’t structures in a state of decay). ⠀ The focus today is on Australian Aboriginal culture. I should start by noting that there isn’t a single Aboriginal culture. There are lots of them. Just as there are many tribes of Native Americans in the US, there are many different tribes of Aboriginals in Australia, all with different languages and cultures. In fact, there are some great maps which show the linguistic divisions of Aboriginal languages in Australia, and it is quite diverse. ⠀ As with North American native people, there aren’t many permanent structures in Australia which were left Aboriginals people. However, there is an abundance of evidence to show their presence. ⠀ One of the biggest things is rock art. You can find Aboriginal rock art dating back 10,000 years in Australia. One of the best places you can see this art is in Kakadu National Park in Australia’s Northern Territory. I’ve uploaded several examples of Kakadu rock art on this post. ⠀ Another great place you can find evidence of ancient Aboriginal people is in Mungo National Park, New South Wales. Located in the Outback, just north of the city of Mildura, Victoria, here you can find evidence of humans which dates back 40,000 years. This is some of the earliest evidence we have of what we would consider modern humans. These are people who would look and seem just like us. ⠀ In Mungo, you can literally see ancient bones of wombats and other animals which have been left by people camping on the shore of an ancient lake tens of thousands of years ago. It is remarkable when you can see this sort of evidence in situ. ⠀ If you visit Australia, you should definite make meeting local Aboriginal people and learning about their culture part of your trip. ⠀ #CuriosityNow #EverythingEverywhere #worldheritage #unesco #australia #seeaustralia

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Happy Bday Tory!! I’m not sure how you do it but you continue to amaze me every day! I’m so thankful that I get to know you and live life with you in such a meaningful way! I still can’t believe that it’s me who gets to know you more and explore the depths of your heart! You challenge me daily by the way you treat others and put others first! I’m so in love with you and I can’t wait to see what this next year brings!Love you so much! @torysavannah
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Happy Bday Tory!! I’m not sure how you do it but you continue to amaze me every day! I’m so thankful that I get to know you and live life with you in such a meaningful way! I still can’t believe that it’s me who gets to know you more and explore the depths of your heart! You challenge me daily by the way you treat others and put others first! I’m so in love with you and I can’t wait to see what this next year brings! Love you so much! @torysavannah

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Magic light on the walk to school today.
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Magic light on the walk to school today.

3 days ago
As I am writing this caption about my love for tea, @eskimo comes in and brings me a huge mug. 🥰 It’s our daily ritual to have a cup of tea at night. We sometimes even bring our own electric kettle when we travel. Do you also pack weird stuff in your suitcase? I am curious!
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As I am writing this caption about my love for tea, @eskimo comes in and brings me a huge mug. 🥰 It’s our daily ritual to have a cup of tea at night. We sometimes even bring our own electric kettle when we travel. Do you also pack weird stuff in your suitcase? I am curious!

1 weeks ago
MASSIVE hurricane heading our way. Thank you for all your thoughts and prayers and such! It means more than words can say!
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MASSIVE hurricane heading our way. Thank you for all your thoughts and prayers and such! It means more than words can say!

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I recently spent two weeks in Glacier National Park. It was super windy the majority of my time there, and unusually stormy for August too. The wind makes all the big lakes a lot of fun to shoot. The winds were insane one morning and I decided to head to the shores of St. Mary Lake. I got really wet, but it was a lot of fun shooting. It looked like some really dramatic light would develop (rainbows, etc.), that never happened, but Red Eagle Mountain did catch some great sunrise light. I think this is one of the first shots that I have processed with the Z7. I love using the camera in the field, but it has been frustrating for post-processing. The automatic adjustments and profiles applied to RAW files has totally thrown off my processing, hoping I get used to it. @reallyrightstuff @breakthrough.photography @fstopgear @coalatree @progradedigital @nikonusa.....#earthoffical #wow_planet #jaw_dropping_shots #ourplanetdaily #earthfocus #awesomeearth #glaciernationalpark #magicpict #fantastic_earth #earthpix #discoverglobe #earthfever #landscape #nakedplanet #awesome_earthpix #earthspirit #awesomedreamplaces #awesomeglobe #awesomepix #ig_bliss #nationalparkgeek #travelawesome #findyourpark #national_park_photography #landscapephotography #tourtheplanet #depthsofearth #worldshotz #wonderful_places #usinterior @usinterior @nationalparklife @glaciernps
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I recently spent two weeks in Glacier National Park. It was super windy the majority of my time there, and unusually stormy for August too. The wind makes all the big lakes a lot of fun to shoot. The winds were insane one morning and I decided to head to the shores of St. Mary Lake. I got really wet, but it was a lot of fun shooting. It looked like some really dramatic light would develop (rainbows, etc.), that never happened, but Red Eagle Mountain did catch some great sunrise light. I think this is one of the first shots that I have processed with the Z7. I love using the camera in the field, but it has been frustrating for post-processing. The automatic adjustments and profiles applied to RAW files has totally thrown off my processing, hoping I get used to it. @reallyrightstuff @breakthrough.photography @fstopgear @coalatree @progradedigital @nikonusa . . . . . #earthoffical #wow_planet #jaw_dropping_shots #ourplanetdaily #earthfocus #awesomeearth #glaciernationalpark #magicpict #fantastic_earth #earthpix #discoverglobe #earthfever #landscape #nakedplanet #awesome_earthpix #earthspirit #awesomedreamplaces #awesomeglobe #awesomepix #ig_bliss #nationalparkgeek #travelawesome #findyourpark #national_park_photography #landscapephotography #tourtheplanet #depthsofearth #worldshotz #wonderful_places #usinterior @usinterior @nationalparklife @glaciernps

6 days ago
Officially been in Bali for 2 weeks now. Besides getting stopped by the cops for not having an “international license” and getting my card skimmed at an atm for a couple hundred bucks, it’s been a really great trip so far😂 With this being my 2nd visit to Bali, it’s really starting to feel like a second home to me. Excited for 2 more weeks of adventuring and relaxing on this island.
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Officially been in Bali for 2 weeks now. Besides getting stopped by the cops for not having an “international license” and getting my card skimmed at an atm for a couple hundred bucks, it’s been a really great trip so far😂 With this being my 2nd visit to Bali, it’s really starting to feel like a second home to me. Excited for 2 more weeks of adventuring and relaxing on this island.

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