In his series, Behind a Little House, Manuel Cosentino transforms a tiny little house on a simple hill into a series of dramatically majestic landscapes. For two years, the Italian photographer documented the same location, capturing the house set against the changing light and weather throughout the years.
334/365 - Birthday
Happy birthday to me. Mother made me breakfast this morning and we read letters from my great grandfather’s trip around Europe. Then went to Lotz House. Had lunch at Chick-fil-a. I went riding with Claire in the afternoon out in the fields at Brookstone. It was perfect weather. Came home, put up Christmas lights, showered, changed. Went to dinner at The Pharmacy Burger with Jenna, Miranda, Anne Gray, and Catherine Walton. It was delicious. Back to Kenyon tomorrow!
333/365 - Reminiscent
Fridays are always pretty good. Woke up and mother made breakfast. Took Coco for a walk. Went to Urban Outfitters and got some clothes on sale. Then picked up Dane and went to Grimey’s and then Fido for lunch which was delicious. Drove to McKay’s afterwards to drop off some books to sell. Came home, ate dinner. Read letters with my mom and watched tv. I don’t even know.
332/365 - Thanksgiving
(This is late) Woke up and ate breakfast while mom got groceries. Went for a walk downtown with Coco. Started baking my apple pie. Baked pumpkin seeds. Raked and put up Christmas lights outside. Mother made stuffing and carrots and turkey. Ate dinner, watched tv and fell asleep.