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This blog is about the things that make me happy, touch my heart, or are inspirational.
This an interest blog, a hope blog, a love blog... most of the posts are "reblogs" so I will not take credit for them.
This is where my personality and the inner enjoyments come together and I get to share them with the world.

 


Paris-based designer Maud Vantours is a master at constructing incredible 3D sculptures and mesmerizing patterns out of paper. After carefully cutting out assorted shapes, she meticulously builds up layer upon layer, superimposing the papers to create intricate and colorful works of art. Her paper works range from geometric patterns to dizzying spirals to delicately crafted flowers. With amazing texture, elaborate detail, and vibrant colors, each piece is a joy to look at.

Paris-based designer Maud Vantours is a master at constructing incredible 3D sculptures and mesmerizing patterns out of paper. After carefully cutting out assorted shapes, she meticulously builds up layer upon layer, superimposing the papers to create intricate and colorful works of art. Her paper works range from geometric patterns to dizzying spirals to delicately crafted flowers. With amazing texture, elaborate detail, and vibrant colors, each piece is a joy to look at.

rachaeldee:

wild thing from downward facing dog:
begin in downward facing dog and lift one leg high.
bend lifted leg back in the opposite direction
continue the motion so that your leg opens your hips and as your lifted foot plants on the ground, rotate and reach the arm of the same side
keep all your weight in your planted foot (the one that lifted) and the arm of the opposite side
hold here before shifting your weight to come into full wheel

rachaeldee:

wild thing from downward facing dog:

  • begin in downward facing dog and lift one leg high.
  • bend lifted leg back in the opposite direction
  • continue the motion so that your leg opens your hips and as your lifted foot plants on the ground, rotate and reach the arm of the same side
  • keep all your weight in your planted foot (the one that lifted) and the arm of the opposite side
  • hold here before shifting your weight to come into full wheel