Angela Searches the World Wide Web - February 21, 2016
Here at Ace Camps we are working on new travel ideas for 2017. I'll be sending out a newsletter early next week with updates and also a survey. We want to know where you want to go! We also want to know what you'd like to learn.
Months of research go into all of our products before we even start developing them and we aim to make sure we are planning where you want to travel. Learn more about a special gift offer for helping us with the survey and the discounts we are offering for our new Explore trips.
INTERESTING FINDS FOR THIS WEEK ~
1. Remember photo albums?
Mother Nature, is testament to the once universal appeal to document and display the mundane. Often a repository for family history, they usually represent a manufactured family as edited for display. Family Albums speak of birth, death, beauty, sexuality, pride, happiness, youth, competition, exploration, complicity and friendship.
3. The Netflix series: Cooked with Michael Pollen. If you have Netflix and love real food this is a must.
5. The maps and guides from Philip Kennedy - this one about Lisbon, Portugal and surrounding area.
7. The Falconbridge Collection - the story of the relationship between falcons and their human partners.
9. Jonna Jinton and the ancient herding call.
2. High on my list of favorite travel photographers is Nicola Odemann. Her work makes me want to adventure.
4. Camille Claudel - As far as mainstream art history is concerned, Camille Claudel was just a model for the famous French sculptor Augustin Rodin. Frederic V. Grunfeld writes: "One day in the last year of his life Rodin paused meditatively before a terra cotta bust of Camille in the Museé Rodin. 'She's shut up at Ville-Evrard,' a visitor said. Rodin reacted as though he had been stung. 'You could not have touched on a more painful subject!'"
6. Inside the Louise Bourgeois House - The New York Times also recently wrote about the apartment of artist Louise Bourgeois which was left as it was when she died in 2010 and is being turned into a museum.
8. This mission statement from Silo Restaurant in Brighton, England