Details Of A Spring Afternoon

Returning to my theme of 'details transport the mood'. What a wonderful spring-like afternoon this was. And who would've thought, after the icy morning and downpouring rain in the middle of the day!Originally, I was going to experiment with my fish-eye conversion lens, but it turns out that it produces mostly really crappy pictures (I'll... Continue Reading →

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Rock’n’Roll!

This whole Valentine's thing is still lingering. And maybe my anti-Valentine's Day sentiment was not very romantic (hoping I didn't throw off the hubby...). Here I am, making up for that. Anyway, this here is a very romantic and sweet picture. Taken last summer at a Rockabilly/Rock'n'Roll Festival in Germany, the Walldorf Weekender happening in... Continue Reading →

The Limestone City – Kingston, Ontario

I have just been inspired to share what I love about the city I live in. So even though I was compelled to be writing about other cities that I have lived in that without a doubt have been more exciting than the one I live in now (sorry, I'm from a major capitol in... Continue Reading →

Icy Art

The more I ponder over the photos I took yesterday morning, the more I come to like these close-ups of the ice. It is such a magical sight. Art created by nature. To be honest, I was not in a very mindful state taking these photos yesterday - I had about half an hour before... Continue Reading →

Kingston City Hall All Lit Up

This was taken on January 19, 2018. City Hall has recently been lit up to mark certain special events. I am not sure if this is technically a good photo but I think it looks pretty spectacular.

Candid

To be honest, every now and then there is a word where I just can't properly grasp the meaning of it (English is not my native language...). Candid is surely one of them. I know I've looked it up many times before but somehow it doesn't stick. So here it is again, even if only... Continue Reading →

Silence

While browsing WordPress, a photo challenge made me think of silence. Finding silent moments rarely happens in my daily life. But coming back to the winter retreat I just attended, I thoroughly experienced them. I really was away from it all. And it was a treat to travel with a friend that noticed the silence... Continue Reading →

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