About a month ago we bought some old photo postcards to fill a few of the left over Ikea frames we bought to decorate the living room. It took a little longer than expected, but yesterday, I finally put up the entirely amazing Camilla Engman prints I bought in the summer.
I love these old cityscape photographs, regardless of the setting, but this one in particularly really makes me excited for spring, open markets and people gazing. I love how the woman on the right is just standing there eating an ice cream cone, while the other woman with the questionable knee-highs is counting out her money. This was taken in 1990 just after the fall of communism. I just adore that basket backpack, holding more baskets!
We had a pretty busy February, but I hope to be back to the usual grind in March. Spring has started to creep around the corners. It’s a little rainy, but warmer. This weekend we’re going to be in Szeged for a day or two, and I’m really looking forward to a slow walk in the park and cool, spring evening in a city center café.