Seagrass

Seagrass

A New Yorker & lover of the West Coast; blogging about photography, style, travels, music & good times.

On Spring repeat….Real Estate , Atlas album 

Had to Hear by Real Estate

Atlas(2014)

Twilight stroll NYC (at Central Park - Engineers’ Gate)

Twilight stroll NYC (at Central Park - Engineers’ Gate)

Girl I’m just a Jeepster for your Love

Girl I’m just a Jeepster for your Love

Carriage homes in BK heights  (at Grace Church Brooklyn Heights)

Carriage homes in BK heights (at Grace Church Brooklyn Heights)

Though he’s known for celebrity portraits, Beaton was one of the most prolific photographers of life during the second world war, taking over 7,000 pictures between 1940-45 in Britain as well as China and Africa. Featuring everything from blitz bomb damage to smoking soldiers, here’s a selection of Beaton’s rare war images. 

Badass British women of the Women’s Auxiliary Air Force, Woman Royal Naval Service, & Royal Artillery.

Historical Note:  As recent as 1993, the WRENS were disbanded and 4,535 women were fully integrated into the Royal Navy and able to serve Her Majesty’s ships at sea, at all ranks and rates. 

The Sirens

The Sirens

A fisherman’s town, Positano

A fisherman’s town, Positano

Roam if you want to  (at Colosseo)

Roam if you want to (at Colosseo)