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If we've learnt anything over the past few decades, it's that having magical powers would be friggin' cool.
Lia Ices makes the type of music that welcomes in the sun and the weekend (even if neither are near).
Sometimes it's the simplest of ideas that can have the biggest impact, like these barn quilt squares found dotted throughout country towns in the USA.
Palm trees, brightly coloured buildings and gravel roads are a surefire recipe for wanderlust, and photographer Sam Launius' series Arizona Gold has got us craving a trip to dusty Tuscon, stat.
Hollis Brown Thornton is a little bit fascinated with the theme of digital vs. analogue, especially when it comes to nostalgic bits and bobs like photos, cassettes and VHS.
Classic cane baskets are all fine and dandy, but sometimes we just want some wickerwork in the shape of a watermelon.
Wading our way through an overflowing inbox isn't so bad when it leads to musical gems like this.
Though we grumble about it for much of the year, some precipitation during the scorching summer months is more likely to be greeted with whoops of sticky joy.
We were mighty impressed with this talented lady's shots, so we sat her down for a bit of a photography pow-wow.
Photographer Michael George tunes into the finer points of life, while pedaling across the continent, making a pilgrimage in an unknown land or just pottering about his hometown of Brooklyn.
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