Monday, April 27, 2009
Sunday, April 26, 2009
via Flagrante Delicia
my own photos
Flagrante Delicia posted the most delicious looking bread in her blog .. called Swedish Dill Bread.. well I made my version of that with added chives and I had no cheese so I added Yogurt..
it turned out fine ! I just forgot the Salt !!
oooh the salt is REALLY important ! hehe
P.S: No .. this is not turning into a Food blog.. but I'd like to share once in a while a few reciepes to add to this blog's deliciousness!
Posted by Salon de Sucre at 11:07 PM
Thursday, April 23, 2009
thanks for the sweet Cathy from The Stylish House for giving me the Tag I'm It award..
The Rules of Accepting and Sharing this Award
1. The winner may put the logo on their blog.
2. Put a link to the person who sent you the award.
3. Nominate 10 blogs.
4. Put links to their 10 blogs.
5. Leave a comment for the nominees.
So I am passing this on to to blogs that I read daily and that inspire me and surprise me with their enthusiasm and energy!
- Knack studios
- Reese & Marie
- absolutely beautiful things
- the Curios Sofa
- Such Pretty Things
- 52 flea
- Message in a teacup
- flagrante delicia
- cannelle et vanille
Thanks alot to Cathy again for making my day !
Posted by Salon de Sucre at 9:33 PM
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
left you speechless?
It did to me ..
its the work of Shadi Ghadirian.. a Photographer from Iran..
" I am a woman and I live in Iran. I am a photographer and this is the only thing I know how to do. "
"...every time I think about a new series, in a way it is related to women."
"...It does not make a difference to me what place the Iranian woman has in the world because I am sure no one knows much about it. Perhaps the only mentality of an outsider about the Iranian woman is a black chador, however I try to portray all the aspects of the Iranian woman...."
..." a woman who one can not say to what time she belongs; a photograph from two eras; a woman who is dazed; a woman who is not connected to the objects in her possession. It was very natural that after marriage, vacuum cleaners and pots and pans find their way into my photographs; a woman with a different look, a woman who no matter in what part of the world she is living, still has these kinds of apprehensions. "
"The photographs are not authentic documentations but deal with current social issues. "via Shadi Ghadirian
Posted by Salon de Sucre at 8:01 PM