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Laetitia Murray’s unique style of newborn and infant portraiture comes from spending hours in the studio with the mother and child before even picking up a camera to begin shooting. Photo courtesy of Laetitia Murray, for Gig Harbor Life.

Laetitia Murray’s unique style of newborn and infant portraiture comes from spending hours in the studio with the mother and child before even picking up a camera to begin shooting. Photo courtesy of Laetitia Murray, for Gig Harbor Life.

Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has layered wooden boards to create striations inside this workspace and cafe for an online restaurant guide based in Osaka

Shun*Shoku Lounge completed by Kengo Kuma and Associates in Tokyo, Japan. Lead architect Kengo Kuma Related Stuff: Practical House Layout in Japan 55 Stunning Christmas Window Décor Ideas 5 Ways To Use Under Stairs Space Working And Living Space

when the mind of my mind

when the mind of my mind

when the mind of my mind

when the mind of my mind