1. A rain forest. Inside a volcano. With a lake at the very bottom.
Location: Terceira Island, Azores Archipelago, Portugal.
Found on the instagram account of Nate Dodge.
2. The Sweet Nostalgia of Opening Day at Disneyland, 1955
Full photostory on The Atlantic.
3. Acceptable and unacceptable hair styles for men from The Disney Look (1977)
Found on Adventurelandia
4. The Most 90s way to Listen to the Radio while at work
Rediscover your first desktop computer experience and try out a new radio experience with PoolsideFm.
5. Rotating Solariums of Yore
The first rotating solarium went up in 1930 on the French community of Aix-les-Bains located in the Savoy Alps. Designed by architect Andre Farde, the building consisted of a base where the waiting and examination rooms are located, and a short tower with a steeply pitched conical roof inside of which was an elevator and a spiral staircase.
In the late 19th century when it was discovered that sunbathing aided the production of vitamin D which helped prevent rickets…. In 1929, Dr Jean Saidman designed and patented a “rotating solarium” to better aid ultraviolet light treatment.
In 1934, Saidman built two more solariums—including one in Jamnagar in the Indian state of Gujarat. The latter one was part of the Ranjit Institute of Poly-Radio Therapy, named after its founder Maharaja Jam Ranjitsinhji. This solarium is the only one still standing, although disused. The other two got destroyed during World War 2.
Found on Amusing Planet.
6. The Citroën DS 19 at the Triennale of Milan, 1957
Found on Pinterest
7. Relish a Stay in the Real Oscar Mayer Wienermobile
Located in Evanston, Illinois. Found on Airbnb
8. An imaginative conversion of a boring condo balcony
In Beijing, designers Hu Yan and Li Han of Drawing Architecture Studio saw an opportunity in the client’s small, open balcony.
Found via Fast Company
9. Daredevil workers in Pingjiang, Hunan province
Found on Pinterest.
10. This Insta account that posts everything in Glorious pastel
Found on Teresacfreitas.
11. How One Of The Most Famous Street Photographs Ever Was Actually Staged
12. Scott and Zelda’s Grand-daughter takes us behind the Myths of their Epic Romance
I believe, as did my mother, that Scott and Zelda stayed in love until the day they died. Perhaps it became an impossible and impractical love—part nostalgia and part hope. Perhaps it was a longing for a reunion of all the best qualities in each other that they had once celebrated, and the happy times they had shared, but it was a bond that united them forever. This collection, at last, allows Scott and Zelda, two magnificent songbirds, to sing their own duet.
Excerpted from Dear Scott, Dearest Zelda: The Love Letters of F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald.