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One of the images I keep in my archive. Since I installed a new massive external harddrive all the work I’ve done over the years, small or digital, while keeping up the day job, all these images of moments in … Continue reading
Yesterday I bought a big bundle of mint in the Turkish supermarket. Coming home with it, it’s smell soon filled the kitchen with a lovely fresh and clean scent. The sun added some shades of a minty blue, et voilà… spring … Continue reading
What started off as a Sunday t-shirt (think: staying at home, taking a break) is again one to hold on to a bit longer. ~ R o w r o w r o w y o u r b o … Continue reading
A photograph I took last week while in Norway. The determination of flowers to grow.
My trip to Milan was an unexpected inspiration. Instead of visiting the indoor expo of the Salone del Mobile, I spent most of my time outdoors, walking. Spring has conquered Italy, and the air was flowing in a warm breeze, scented with fresh … Continue reading
Trying to make up my mind about Milan. The trip is booked, but can I find the time to go? What’s out there again? Last year I took a lot of pictures. A selection. Last year I visited this exquisite … Continue reading
On the tree across the canal I noticed a touch of green. The willow is awakening, wearing a veil of first green, ever so slightly. This color I found in a painter’s water color almanac, made by hand back in … Continue reading