There is a game I’ve always wanted to play because of the promotional graphics. I had the chance to try it out and I think I’d better stick with the lovely wallpapers. Either I suck at it or the advertising is misleading. Hmm, looking at it again, I really do love the graphics. Which one… Read more »
Romania is celebrating its independence day in the 1st of December and the nice part is, that this year, even though I have been almost falling off from tiredness, I was able to experience the military parade and the fireworks. The best shots are below:
Because Christmas is coming and all the people I know (including myself) like to cuddle in front of a warm fire and watch cute things, here I am fulfilling a need. Loads of babies with inspirational quotes. Like: My mind is like a parachute…it functions only when open. The pursuit of happiness is the chase… Read more »
For those of you who’ve never been to England, the Fenlands are lands that over the last 1000 years were recovered from the sea. Marshes that have been drained out and flooded and drained out again. I’ve recently started reading “Waterland” by Graham Swift and the Fenlands are prominent through the narrative. They are presented… Read more »
I was cornered. The glistening eyes, watery and needy, looking straight at me. It was my grandma who was looking for entertainment in the nearest shopping mall. With her best friend. Both of them over 70. And I was cornered into driving them there because … well, it was Saturday and hell, I don’t have… Read more »
For those of you who have been living in a Starbucks Coffee Shop so far, Annie Leibovitz is one of the best photographers that America has ever seen. She shot the now famous naked John Lennon picture for the Rolling Stones Magazine and has been a favorite photographer for the stars. Below are my favorite pictures:
I like hiking a lot so this summer I’ve been to all sorts of places on the map, close to town or not so close to town. The following pictures were taken really, really far away and high up. At 2000m over the sea level, the view is a little bit more spectacular.
Whoever you are! how can I but offer you divine leaves, that you also be eligible as I am? How can I but as here chanting, invite you for yourself to collect bouquets of the incomparable feuillage of these States? Our Old Feuillage — by Walt Whitman (1819-1892)