Annie Leibovitz’s “Women: New Portraits”

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Annie Leibovitz is the most famous American portrait photographer and has been making powerful images documenting popular culture since the early 1970s, when she worked as a photojournalist for Rolling Stone and photographed John Lennon on the day he was assassinated. In 1999 she published series of photographs ‘WOMEN’. Now, Annie Leibovitz returns to her most personal project with new subjects. The new exhibition ‘WOMEN: New Portraits’ reflects the changes in the roles of women today. She shot portraits of female leaders at work: Serena and Venus Williams, Gloria Steinem,…read more

Thanksgiving Morning in NYC

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It’s Thanksgiving morning! And we don’t have a bird! And most stores are closed or turkey is sold out! The morning we spent running around to find necessities for the dinner and once we got what we needed we went to relieve the stress related to holidays&shopping on the playground! We love playground in Brooklyn by Pier 6 specially in the winter where growing bamboos are green (don’t we all miss green in the winter?) and it’s hidden so it’s not that windy. We had lot’s of fun!

Seven Lakes Hike

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Our weekends depends so much on the weather, if it ranis, we visit museums, if it’s sunny and warm the beach is our choice, and on sunny and cold days we are go hiking. Last weekend was cold and sunny so we decided to go upstate New York to Seven Lakes area which is only hour from the city. This was the first time we went to this place so we were very unfamiliar. However, we decided to parked our car next to Sabago Lake (boat lunch area), put the…read more

Surfing in November

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It is not a secret we love ocean and surfing to the point what if the weather allowes we go and enjoy salty water on our faces even if it’s late November. Last Saturday, probably it was the last day with warmer weather (60F/15C) this year so we just had to take an advantage of it. The ocean was very cold, so after a short surfing session, hot tea was super helpful! Then we just played in the sunshine with nobody around us!

Diverse Beauty Exhibition

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It’s getting colder and colder so we’re switching our weekends from the beach&surfing to the city&art. Lukas is big enough to spend this coming winter in museums and galleries and NYC has so much to offer! It’s not a secret that we’re fans of Alexi Lubomirski, fashion photographer, so once we found out he has an exhibition, we had to see it. The exhibition which actually ended on Nov 13th (but I am sure there will be more to come) was titled ‘Diverse Beauty’ and it celebrates many different types…read more

Freedom Tower

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It’s been a long time since we did any touristy thing ..it’s just not so interesting for the little one so it’s not so enjoyable for us, but this time was really great. We went to see the view from the Freedom Tower! The trick is to buy tickets online in the morning which cuts one big line! It was a jackpot! We didn’t surpass all lines but it was manageable. Freedom Tower! I must say that they a great job with the “anticipation” to see the actual view of…read more

Apple Picking NY (Fishkill Farm)

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One of our favorite places to go apple picking is Fishkill Farm located only one hour from NYC. Besides the apples  the farm offers other fruits and vegetables in addition to freshly baked goods such as pies or donuts. During the weekend the farm also hosts cider testing and concerts from local bands. For more information about this place visit this link. Below are some pictures from our past weekend   We love the drive upstate NY, especially in fall: Rows and rows of apple treas… Someone is very happy…..read more

Shower Niche (DIY)

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A couple weeks ago I posted a hole in the bathroom wall on Instagram.  Here again is before and after photos. To do this you have to make sure you don’t have pipes or any other structural elements. Then make a wooden box, make box waterproof and finally add tiles.  I added wooden shelf because it works better with my bathroom furniture which I plan to waterproof with proxy.   Brackets are form amazon for $10 here is the link. These tiles are very cheap, and I already had some…read more

Mala i Pojemna Szafka Do Lazienki (DIY)Small and Modern Vanity Cabinet (DIY)

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Kawalek po kawalku odnawiam lazienke. To jednak jest dlugoterminowy porjekt, ale w pierwszej kolejnosci szafka wymagała wymiany. Dlatego, ze lazienka jest mala, chciałem zbudować coś co będzie małe, pojemne, łatwe w utrzymaniu czystości i nowoczesne. Chcialem miec swobodny dostęp pod szawka, wiec powiesiłem ja na ścianie. Dolna szuflada my wysokość standardowych butelek z detergentami, dwie pozostałe są wystarczające wysokie by pomieścić suszarkę do włosów i inne mniej okreslone “niezbedne” kremiki mojej zony=). Poniżej umieszczam zdjęcia z tego projektu. I am re-doing our bathroom, piece by piece, but the cabinet needed…read more

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