16 3 / 2014

piuveloce:

morning view

piuveloce:

morning view

14 3 / 2014

I posted this on Twitter in the night because *tear* memories.This was probably the pinnacle of my little life.Coming out of the water first at the 2009 ITU World Championships Grand Final on Australia’s Gold Coast.All I thought about from the moment I woke up (and the in the probably nine months leading up to this day) was how much I wanted to win, and I didn’t stop thinking about it until I did.I love September 2009 me.

I posted this on Twitter in the night because *tear* memories.
This was probably the pinnacle of my little life.

Coming out of the water first at the 2009 ITU World Championships Grand Final on Australia’s Gold Coast.

All I thought about from the moment I woke up (and the in the probably nine months leading up to this day) was how much I wanted to win, and I didn’t stop thinking about it until I did.

I love September 2009 me.

10 3 / 2014

piuveloce:

This was a strange experience.Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah; USA.

piuveloce:

This was a strange experience.

Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah; USA.

22 12 / 2013

hahaha

hahaha

29 10 / 2013

from here it’s not far to anywhere

19 10 / 2013

piuveloce:

the road to Mountain Dell.

piuveloce:

the road to Mountain Dell.

15 10 / 2013

piuveloce:


This tumblr is supposed to be about my life in the US but I have to post this photo of my favourite place in New Zealand (sorry, Wellington). Wenderholm Regional Park in Auckland is just a gem. I wish I could take it everywhere I go.

piuveloce:

This tumblr is supposed to be about my life in the US but I have to post this photo of my favourite place in New Zealand (sorry, Wellington). Wenderholm Regional Park in Auckland is just a gem. I wish I could take it everywhere I go.

15 10 / 2013

oh hey.

oh hey.

19 9 / 2013

sfmoma:

Instead of resting on a pedestal, Kiki Smith’s “Lilith” crouches impossibly on the wall. #beyond_belief (at Contemporary Jewish Museum)

Another fave.

sfmoma:

Instead of resting on a pedestal, Kiki Smith’s “Lilith” crouches impossibly on the wall. #beyond_belief (at Contemporary Jewish Museum)

Another fave.

19 9 / 2013

While I was in San Francisco I visited the Contemporary Jewish Museum and fell in love with the Beyond Belief exhibition, which I guess could be described as religious art. Kind of. Anyway, a lot of the art there - installations, paintings, prints, photos - was really amazing but this one stuck out to me the most and I went back to see it a few times.It’s ORACLE, by Helen Lundeberg, who passed away in 1999. I knew nothing of her prior to this exhibition but I was so taken by this that I’m determined to seek out more of her work. It’s so rad.

While I was in San Francisco I visited the Contemporary Jewish Museum and fell in love with the Beyond Belief exhibition, which I guess could be described as religious art. Kind of. Anyway, a lot of the art there - installations, paintings, prints, photos - was really amazing but this one stuck out to me the most and I went back to see it a few times.
It’s ORACLE, by Helen Lundeberg, who passed away in 1999. I knew nothing of her prior to this exhibition but I was so taken by this that I’m determined to seek out more of her work. It’s so rad.