From Ostia Antica we went by train to the sea. I hadn’t expected anything special really, but we had a lovely walk. Here, two afternoon seascapes for Cee’s Challenge.
http://feber.se/…/art/316349/hund_kan_springa_igen_tack_var/ Det här klippet är ett måste - av många anledningar. Jag är inte så glad åt rullstolar för hundar till exempel - men det här är fullständigt underbart. Se hur lycklig han är, Derby!
No stars to be seen, no snow, no nothing…I live up north in the darkness, so the twinkling I must search for – in my old vaults and chambers…This Christmas will be my number four, blogging, so here are some memorable twinklings from 2011-2013!
Freedom…a magical word. To those who live in countries with dictators, to those who live under dictators at home, to those who are chained to their jobs, to those who…
The word freedom I think belongs to those words that never will be worn out. Partly because there are so many ways of enterpreting its inner meaning.
When I think of freedom, in my life, I would say it means freedom of thought and freedom to live some days without any ”musts”. Those days are so precious…and without doubt, they are often connected to being alone, hiking and travelling. Travelling in a mindblowing book or travelling over geographic land and sea.
I will try to picture my Freedom, and I’m grateful to Ailsa at Where’s My Backpack, for being allowed and able to. I looked through pictures I thought would give me that feeling, and my final choices were these:
Lastly, hard to admit it, but…
Bridges – Night and day, they are all in Rome. The Vatican, Castel S. Angelo and Unknown…
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There is an exhibition at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam documenting the history of photography in the last century.
”The 20th Century is the age of photography,” says Mattie Boom, curator of photography at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. “More than painting or sculpture, it is the century’s most influential art form by far. When the first Kodak camera was launched in 1888, it sold around 5,000 units. By the 1960s, Kodak was selling 70 million Instamatic cameras. So photography in the 20th Century was huge. And today we are drowning in an ocean of images.”
Interesting? Read more following this link.
I thought this quote might be the intro to my message – I’m entering a challenge of producing 365 photos during 2015. WordPress helps many of us by delivering inspirational challenges every week – now I will try one organized in Sweden as well. (At least I will try – I’m not giving up the challenges I already do every week!)
So, in my header there is a list of themes I must follow (Temalista 365 foton)…starting in January. I’m looking forward to participating and hopefully you, my faithful readers outside Sweden, will enjoy these entries even if they come in Swedish! According to the rules i do not have to post every day – I can post several photos the same day and then none for some days…
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People always have crazy ideas, don’t they? What about this one …
I think I prefer the photography craze…even if I love reading. I wonder if the 21st century might be the second age of photography – today there truly is ”an ocean of images” and with more photographic devices constantly popping up, at least I don’t see an end to this – what do you think?