For Cee this week – a favorite mural.
Maybe not really wordless today. Puzzling is what I am doing right now, but please visit Cindy Knoke for expert help to handle the pandemic situation we are in!
Last weekend I went to Umeå with my son – to visit the daughter/sister. We all love this city, and its famous white birches. We hoped to have some fun in each other’s company, and to finally get some winter. As you can understand we got more winter than down in Skåne – but not […]Read Post ›
For Cee this week:
For Cee this Tuesday – ”K” Yayoi Kusama and her polka dots. Black. From a Louisiana exhibition in Denmark.
Six Word Saturday, hosted by Debbie at Travel with Intent.
More of Tbilisi, Georgia – there is, of course, a modern part of it as well…even if that was not the main reason for my visit! Strolling the busy streets, I looked through the windows of different restaurants and shops – and saw this fantastic wallpaper, with lamps in an oval shape. The overall photo […]Read Post ›
Give me juicy autumnal fruit, ripe and red from the orchard. – Walt Whitman ”No matter what the season, this color is emotional, fiery, and sensual. It is hopeful and passionate.” The description unmistakably belongs to the colour Red. This week Patti invites us to a photo scavenger hunt to find things red. Check out […]Read Post ›
”Be creative – there are lines everywhere. Footsteps in the sand, train tracks, the walls of a town on a narrow street, a row of arches on a building or of lights at night, a babbling brook or a winding river – it’s up to you to see and shoot them.” Tina’s challenge this week […]Read Post ›
In the header, the Orbeliani bathhouse, Tbilisi. According to the legend, the king of ancient Iberia, Vakhtang I Gorgasali, (5th C) once hunted in the forests near the first capital of Georgia – Mtskheta. After some time, he saw a pheasant, then shot and killed the bird. The king sent his falcon to find the […]Read Post ›