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Every morning I cycle to a village south east of Amsterdam together with my son, on his way to school. It’s at a 40 minutes distance, and there’s a choice in roads back home. I love the stretch along Diemer … Continue reading
Rooftop report on daily life wonders by jazzy Amsterdam cat. Registered the name. Bloow. Amsterdam And the full moon is upon us.
Exactly a year ago I wrote about how the color pink had assembled on my desktop in Note To Self | Pink
A board I made on Pinterest, ages ago. And haven’t looked at since. I wonder – some images seem new. Note To Self is the title of the board, a collection of images telling me about stuff I shouldn’t forget. … Continue reading
Of course I went on holiday to relax, but it’s very difficult not to notice beauty. These simple but amazing natural structures I found on the beach of Sicily.
This is another photograph from the album I stumbled upon in a junk shop last summer. A tranquil view onto a mountain, probably taken in Indonesia, in the 1050’s (going by the complete series). The eye is drawn to the mountain … Continue reading
When I was asked the other day, if there is something I would like to have from my stepfather’s household, as he is moving into a smaller, more comfortable appartement, I couldn’t think of anything. But today, after another day of sorting … Continue reading
A poster for a film yet to be written. The picture is one from many I took from the full moon. Over a period of years I have taken a still of the moment, in the light of the moon. … Continue reading