Monday, June 22, 2009

a midsummer night's dream....

devon cream, england 2007
tim walker

22 comments:

My Castle in Spain said...

oh my..this is so amazing...a perfect enchanting night indeed!

mary said...

fabulous....there's a memory in the making. There is actually a rickety old drive-in movie theatre down the road - I think I'll take in a movie this summer.

Pigtown-Design said...

I remember one summer in the costwolds when the town had their summer water festival. there is a 12th century abbey there and the projected films onto the side of the abbey. i could only imagine what the builders would have thought of moving pictures on their edifice.

vicki archer said...

I just love that Tim Walker....he is a creative genius, xv.

Karena said...

I love it, Megan you find the best artists! Beautiful image....

alice said...

How cool, I love outdoor movies in the summer! And certainly when their played on a fab old country house!

beachbungalow8 said...

Glad you all saw the magical quality that I saw in this shot. Tim Walker is such a great artist. I love his creations.

Meg, I'm so envious!! I love the Cotswolds what a cool experience.

Chic Coles (Cole Design) said...

What an amazing way to watch a summer movie! That is very creative and romantic looking!

High-Heeled Foot in the door said...

Wow how cool. I always wished we had a drive in movie theater here like in the movies. It looks like such fun. We have a park that does something like this, but movies always start at 7pm during the week and we are like 1 hr and half away so we never make it there!

abigail said...

perfect!

Lindsey said...

how enchanting! that photo screams magic + summer.

Lovely find!

{ Lindsey }
http://greatfullday.blogspot.com

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

Soooo wonderful.

Anonymous said...

There are obviously no mosquitoes there!!!

Brighton said...

Wow. Just wow.

DoxaHome.com said...

Absolutely dreamy...sigh;)

tartanscot said...

good grief - that is absolutely magical. yay.

Jess said...

one of my favorite images of all time.

Pigtown-Design said...

I don't know about the west coast, but all sorts of places are showing outdoor movies around here. It started here in Baltimore's Little Italy where one of the restaurants screened a movie on the side of their building. It's usually got a {positive} Italian theme to it, and the last movie of the season is always Moonstruck.

beachbungalow8 said...

there's a restaurant in SF, that for years has been doing the projection of films onto a wall. It's the most charming thing ever.

Real Card Studio said...

I have always wanted to do that-- show a movie on the side of my house. So cool.

Pinksweatergal said...

Midsummer's Night Dream. I absolutely love that picture. May I link to it or show it on my site? Sally

beachbungalow8 said...

pink~ you sure can link it. But make sure you give credit to the photographer Tim Walker, for whom without this post would not be
xo

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