Friday, November 14, 2008

Going Global

I, apparently along with many others in the blog world, was smitten with Andrea of Hula Seventy's house tour on Cafe Mom this week.

The house is brimming with unique collections, and it is lovely in its cozy, inviting and livable design. As you can imagine, I was extremely excited by the collection of globes in her home!



Then, as I was cruising through flickr looking for globe images, I came across these. I admired the collections, and then I realized- um, yep... these are Andrea's too!


girlhula's flickr

I searched through her flickr to see if there were any more home photos. There were. Including the image below... yes, globes & maps! Love.

girlhula's flickr

I also love this image by Anne Ruthmann Photography. It is such an incredibly fun photo and certainly leaves me wanting to know more about the wedding.

Anne Ruthmann Photography

Lastly, I don't know what or where this is (ok, the tag says Maine, but I don't know the details.) However, a globe of this size? Amazing.

7 comments:

Pia Jane said...

Oh I just adore globes too Courtney, and that collection is amazing, I love it. Perhaps I too will collect globes one day when I have the room/house/space. It's funny that you went searching on flickr for globes and found more photos of her collection. I'm off to have a sneak peek at her home now, it's too enticing!

Anne said...

Yay!!! I love globes!!! How cool would it be to have a globe themed wedding?!? LOVE IT!

Anne said...

PS. The groom was an olympian, and the wedding was in a library ;) This, was the map room full of papery goodness.

Joanna Goddard said...

beautiful, i love this!!!

Courtney said...

Anne- Your comments were too cute! Thank you for visiting AND for cluing me in about the wedding! It sounds like it was amazing and right up my alley (I always think a wedding in a library would be incredible!)

Beth said...

The huge globe is Eartha, the world's largest globe according to the Guinness Book of Records. It is inside the DeLorme Map Store in Yarmouth, Maine, right up the road from where I live. Read more about it here: www.delorme.com/about/eartha.aspx

Courtney said...

Beth-- oh my goodness, sounds like my kind of place! Thank you for the information!! xx