Treat yourself. Or share with your friends!
Hey, guess what I’ve done.
There is no system here. It’s just a collection of random things in summer-like pastel colours. And seashells. And a bit of my art there too. Glad to find a use for a year-old magazine again!
It’s like summer, but indoors. Which is very me.
It’s not my favourite colour by a mile, in fact it has always been among my least favourites. So, what’s the reason for this photoshoot then?
I wish I could tell you. The inspiration just came one day and that was it. Here is the result of that:
Also, this is what I meant at the end of my Tulip Petals post.
It’s really just chocolate eggs, because…
Well, it’s chocolate eggs!
I like Easter because it means a 4-day weekend and the weather usually picks up. So it’s not all chocolate eggs, but you know, it’s a nice bonus.
Oh hey there, this blog still exists!
November and December seem to be dry months for me when it comes to photography (and by extension, blogging). Strangely, in January it picks up again, even though the landscape tends to be just as bad. I’m an indoors person all year round and hate the cold, so you can imagine I spend winters at home under the blankets.
So since it’s that time of the year again, I decided to do a little photoshoot using an assortment of Lindt chocolates, seasonal products of nature, decorative beads and fairy lights.
And another one with Christmas cards.
I got the kitten card yesterday from a colleague. Because there are never enough Christmas things with kittens.
I bought a bar of chocolate once and was eating it, when I saw how nice the chocolate looked against the white wrapper. So I took a pic of it with my smartphone.
This is some dark chocolate from Aldi (a discount supermarket, for those who don’t know). It’s dead cheap and very, very tasty. And it doesn’t look bad on photographs either!
On Shrove Tuesday, it is a tradition in UK to have pancakes. Since I can’t make them and didn’t feel like going out to eat them (I’m off work this week), I went for something else–chocolate. But what chocolate.
In my neighbourhood there’s a shop that sells food and snacks from Slovakia and Czech Republic, among others this chocolate which has always been my favourite back home. It’s called Student’s Seal and contains a mix of fruit, nuts and jelly.
The bottom one is apparently Rebel’s Edition. I did feel quite rebellious eating it, let me tell you.
These days I don’t consume as much chocolate as I used to in the past, I only stick to a square or two of dark chocolate with 70-85% of cocoa. For Lent, I’m giving up any sweet treats whatsoever–my waistline will be pleased, I’m sure.
A pic-n-mix of Lindt chocolates because why not.
Sigh. I swear to dog, Christmas time is just diabetes type 2 wrapped in a nice paper with a ribbon on it.