Two Nice Things.

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1. Canadian artist Erin Mcsavaney paints beautiful pictures of buildings in nature. Quoting Walter Benjamin, she calls architecture “the most binding part of communal rhythm,” a thing based on rules and parameters and angles and lines. Her paintings, which all seem hazy and water-logged, play with the sharp edges of buildings, the soft lines of trees. Pretty, pretty. (via)

2. “It might interest you to know,
speaking of the plentiful imagery of the world,
that I am the sound of rain on the roof.”

In an amazing feat of pure adorableness, a three-year-old child recites Billy Collins’ “Litany.”

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