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Some things of interest to me. Books (Malazan Book of the Fallen, Tamora Pierce) and pretty things, basically. Sometimes I may reblog pretty Sims things.

~Here~ is a link to my Sims 2 Alphabetacy (the Eudaimonia Alphabetacy). And here is a link to my Sims 2 Build a City Challenge (Highcliffs).


Katsushika Hokusai, Amida Falls on the Kiso Highway, c. 1833, gift of Max Palevsky to LACMA

"In the Shinto religion of Japan, nature gods and spirits (called kami) inhabit trees, rocks, mountains, and waterfalls. In his waterfall series, Hokusai portrayed each waterfall differently, emphasizing the unique features of each site. He was the first Japanese woodblock print artist to focus on water as a design, and here we see the genius of his visual imagination.”

Katsushika Hokusai, Amida Falls on the Kiso Highway, c. 1833, gift of Max Palevsky to LACMA

"In the Shinto religion of Japan, nature gods and spirits (called kami) inhabit trees, rocks, mountains, and waterfalls. In his waterfall series, Hokusai portrayed each waterfall differently, emphasizing the unique features of each site. He was the first Japanese woodblock print artist to focus on water as a design, and here we see the genius of his visual imagination.”

(Source: lacma.wordpress.com)