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In these beautiful globe-trotting photographs, a girl leads her boyfriend around the world by the hand, but it seems to him, she’s the most gorgeous sight. She features prominently and flatteringly in each photo, and at each amazing place.

Rather then upload traditional tourist pics, Murad Osmann and his girlfriend spend a lot of time traveling and collaborating on an art/photography project called “Follow Me.” On his Instagram account, Murad uploads photos from London, Amsterdam, Singapore and Hong Kong among other exotic locales with the theme “Follow Me.” In them, the viewer sees Murad’s hand clutching his girlfriends and her from behind, as she rushes excitedly into new worlds.

If this doesn’t make you want to travel — or have an amazing, beautiful partner to share those adventures with — I don’t know what will. It’s so romantic, and I am so jealous, I could die.

I know traveling with…

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gublernation

must love decorating for holidays
mischief
kissing in cars
and wind chimes

no specific height
weight
hair color
or political affiliation required
but would prefer a warm spirited non racist

cynics
critics
pessimists
and “stick in the muds” need not reply

voluptuous figures a plus

any similarity in look, mind set, or fashion sense to
mary poppins
claire huxtable
snow white
or elvira wholeheartedly welcomed

i am dubious of actresses, fellons, and lesbians
but dont want to rule them out entirely

must be tolerant of whistling
tickle torture
james taylor
and sleeping late

i have a slight limp
eerily soft hands
and a preternatural love of autumn

I once misinterpreted being called a coal-eyed dandy as a compliment when it was intended as an insult

I wiggle my feet in my sleep
am scared of the dark
and think the Muppets Christmas Carol is one of the greatest films of…

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The Artist's Way

  1. Visit an artist’s supply shop.
  2. Spend some time outdoors with your journal, sketchbook, craft supplies, etc.
  3. Go for a walk, and take your camera with you to document the experience.
  4. Stop by the library, and check out some CDs.
  5. Set a timer, and spend an hour working on something you’ve been putting off.
  6. Create an artist’s workspace in your home.
  7. See an Oscar-nominated movie or a foreign film.
  8. If you don’t have an artist’s blog, start one.
  9. Visit a “creative” shop that has nothing to do with what you actually do–an art supply store, a fabric shop, a music store.
  10. Grab a stack of magazines, and clip whatever looks interesting or cool to create your own inspiration board.
  11. Support the local arts scene. Go to a local festival, music event, art show, play, museum exhibit, etc.
  12. Plant something. Start your own herb garden. Butterfly garden. Plant a tomato or some…

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