Yesterday’s “first” was truly amazing: we went for a walk on Tempelhofer Feld, the site of Berlin’s former airport.
We’ve just come back from a wonderful weekend at a friend’s wedding.
First of all, let’s marvel at this: DAY TWO HUNDRED!!! I can’t believe I’ve made it this far. And to mark the occasion, today’s “first” made for some pretty nice photos. Continue reading
We spent the day in Chaniá today, one of my favourite places in Crete. Continue reading
The football pitch photo I entered into Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge last week got chosen as a featured entry. Yay!
For this week’s challenge, I’m going for a completely different theme with this picture I took yesterday: Hare Krishnas dancing in the background and a hen party – with the bride-to-be in the sunlight as if under a spotlight – in the foreground. I loved the contrast of the two (highlighted by the blue sky above and long shadows below)
, which beautifully captured the buzz in Munich’s city centre on a summer’s afternoon…
Here’s a photo I took a couple of days ago. I thought it would be a nice entry for Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge (quite literally, even!).
It’s strange, it was just a deserted football by a worn pitch, but something about it touched me.
I’m honoured that this photo got featured on Cee’s blog!
My orchids have been making me a bit sad as they’re just growing leaf upon leaf, but not forming any new blossoms. So I thought I’d get them some new energy in the form of bigger pots and fresh substrate. This decision resulted in a wonderful flowery “first”.
I love taking photographs of buildings, so I just had to take part in Sunday Stills, the next challenge: buildings over four stories high. Here is my entry: Continue reading
There was a little festival going on near the place where my friend lives. It’s a meeting of people from various towns of the same name that’s been hosted in one of them every other year since the Seventies (what a lovely idea). Continue reading
On April 30 this year, Munich’s National Socialism Documentation Centre was opened. As Munich is renowned for having been the “Capital of the Movement”, it was about time for it to establish such a place. We visited it today for the first time. My expectations were high…