Instagram Roundup #125

by Jamie Sanford on August 28, 2015

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I posted this collage of 15 years of William and I on our meet-a-versary.


The most beautiful day! We have had some insane heat, so this was very welcome.

Flowers at DeKorte Park.

Another instafortune. I am getting more into photographing these with more context.

David is back, and we celebrated with estate sailing!

I am a sucker for an old camera. If this one had been more reasonably priced, I would have bought it. Look at the manual controls!

Saw these light switches in one of the houses we went to. They are really lovely.

It looks like there was definitely some sort of Photoshop back in the 70s.

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Instagram Roundup #122

by Jamie Sanford on May 6, 2015

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Peeps = Instagram GOLD.

I posted this image of my tough siblings Robyn and Pete on National Siblings Day.

We bought this blue chair at an estate sale to replace the awkward zebra chair we’ve had for a few years. This chair had been in the house for about 30 years, and for 30 years before that, was in an office at Prudential.

I ate one piece of the tuna, it just wasn’t my bag. How beautiful is this though?

We had really wonderful weather when I was in and out of the city for the Tabletop Show at 41 Madison. You cannot beat this view, no matter how many times you see it.

More food, sorry. This burger was so beautiful that I had to. Also, delicious.

Then I went all sneaky to Florida for Mom’s birthday, and went to Nan’s house to surprise her too!

Mom and I got pedicures and then I baked a peach cobbler while she prepared shrimp. We had a lovely time.

We played Sequence, because it is what we do.

We also did some fishing in the backyard, because Mom and Dad have a lake back there, so why not? We throw our fish back because the gators need something to eat. We saw a gator right after taking this photo.

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Instagram Roundup #120

by Jamie Sanford on March 4, 2015

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Lots of wintery images. This foam green house is on my way to the office.

Met up with the girls for dinner and merriment. I forgot to use the selfie stick that William bought me.

Rickety bridge on the way to the office.

I can’t resist the sunset photos either.

And another one.

I finally made it back to 41 Madison for a meeting, so naturally, a Flatiron image.

We are traveling soon so I will probably have a special edition post coming up in a few weeks.

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Instagram Roundup #51

by Jamie Sanford on August 7, 2013

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Back to the showroom!

Did my own maintenance in the office.

This was open at 8:15am.

Working on making some shelf space in the office. Found these Mac Life magazines from 2007-2009.

Went through some of the genealogy stuff, it’s going to take a long time to get this together.

Tried and loved (naturally) this A England Fated Prince.

We did 2 days of Noritake photoshoots. I’m really excited to see the final products! (If you’re wondering, this is Sonnet in Blue.)

Throwback Thursday had me posting this picture of me and my brother Pete, from back in April. This is a good representation of our relationship, in the best way possible. I love Pete, he’s the best.

More office finds!

Stayed up late on Friday to watch Nine Inch Nails at Lollapalooza. It was amazing, I am SO excited for the NY/NJ shows in October.

Went to the NJ State Fair on Saturday with Tiffany and John. Checked out some baby lemurs.

Did I mention it was raining at the fair? Luckily it didn’t last too long, but it made for this creepy photo.

I wore my Doc Martens that I bought in 1994 to the fair, because I ruined a previous favorite pair of Vans in the mud once. I knew the Docs would stand up to the weather. However, I think I chose the wrong socks or something, because my heels were seriously blistered at the end of the day.

There are sheep competitions at the fair. They are not unlike dog shows. The sheep are transported to the fair before the shearing of their wool. To keep them looking beautiful between shearing and showing, they get these little outfits. This sheep was definitely looking at me funny.

Blue skies, and the sun, showed up later in the day.

I am pale, and don’t really dig the sun, so I went ahead and took the umbrella back out to keep myself from burning. Excuse the frizz!

One of the best fair moments was being inches away from this stunning horse. I didn’t appear to be allowed to touch it, but it seemed to tolerate my staring and taking a picture.

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Instagram Roundup #49

by Jamie Sanford on July 17, 2013

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Catching up with a few weeks of Instagrams, since we got back from the South Dakota roadtrip.

Curls are my summer hair jam.

I was back in the showroom right after getting back from SD.

I had dinner with Jess, one of my high school BFFs, that same week. We hadn’t seen each other in years, but naturally, it felt like we had seen each other 10 minutes ago.

More trials with matte nail polish, and I put a bunch of dots on the ring finger. Too bad my Seche Vite betrayed me with all of those little air bubbles.

This dude did pushups in line at Whole Foods. SMH.

I really hope this isn’t always the case.

I drive past Satin Dolls on my way home from work. It is also known as The Bada Bing, since this is where they filmed that location for The Sopranos. Fitting that they paid tribute to James Gandolfini.

Sassy mannequin at the Calvin Klein outlet.

One day, I want the number of my home to look like this on the door.

People keep interesting things in storage units. The scenes in the drive-in area are always something to behold.

How beautiful is that glove?

Tried this out, it’s waaay too strong for me.

I couldn’t resist some new A England polishes.

My absolute obsession with Elementary continues, but since it’s 2 more months until the season starts, I went back to the well and started reading the source material.

Getting ready for a big round of photography at the office. I am building a fort of dinnerware.

Sharknado was everything I wanted it to be.

I did a big review of magazines I was hoarding for one reason or another. I pulled out certain pages to be scanned for later reference, but I also take pictures. I loved this rainbow Ferragamo.

We were out the other night, and were driving to go find dinner, and I saw a sign for this high school production of The Crucible on the road. I immediately convinced Will that we needed to go, and so we did. Having participated in a spring 1997 production of The Crucible myself, it was really that much more fun.

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