My super duper friend Leigh lent me an awesome book a few weeks ago called The Carnivore by Mark Sinnett. She thought I would like it. She knows me. Really well. It is an amazing book thus far – set in Toronto during the time period before and after (and well after) Hurricane Hazel [1954 folks] hit unsuspecting residents of Toronto. Hurricane Hazel affected my own relations – they had cottage property around Etobicoke Creek – now called Marie Curtis Park and apparently 360 families (43 homes destroyed) were left homeless in the area after Hazel hit. The power of mother nature is phenomenal. This is a post inspired by Hurricane Hazel.
A stunning photograph by fashion photographer Daria Zaytseva
Spiraling wind tunnel art spotted on Behance
Whirl wind artwork By Luli Sanchez
An organized mish mash of photographs spotted on Emma’s Design Blogg
This next picture is one I took in September as the weather changed rapidly (I feel like this is what happens when it turns into a crazy storm)
This stormy Rorschach inspired print by Andy Warhol caught my eye – a little blog love for psychology – the other side of my little life. Spotted on Visual Art Source. PS – we don’t usually use Rorschach assessments to determine how crazy you are anymore (phew!)