A year ago I mentioned in this post that I got into a habit of taking a photo of a sunrise on the first working day of the year. I didn’t do it this year, a combination of forgetting to take my camera in the morning (this wasn’t an issue with compact, which I could carry in my everyday bag) and not good conditions for photography. Here are photos taken on the evening of 2nd January instead:
I love how clear the skies are in cold weather.
I just imagine myself aboard that plane off to somewhere warm–Copacabana beach in Rio, perhaps.
So it’s 2017 at last and I got myself my own domain. I have also been amusing myself by working on an ultimate all-genre big fat playlist of the 90s. And I’m not joking about the all-genre part. This is where Nirvana meets Barbie Girl and metal shakes hands with eurodance. I will post a link once it’s ready.
Have a great year, everyone!
From day to night. From old year to new.
Sometimes, there is no need to leave the house to see something beautiful.
Very convenient for a lazy person like me.
It’s got be a sunset of course.
For Weekly Photo Challenge.
It’s February. That kind of month I just want to go away as fast as possible. What can I say, I’m not a winter person.
Still, one can take nice pictures all year long. No need to be negative!
How would you describe November? Dull. Wet. Dark. Grim.
No shade, no shine, no butterflies, no bees,
No fruits, no flowers, no leaves, no birds,
It’s been nothing but rain and more rain so far here in England. However, as someone who hates the cold, I’m thankful the weather’s been quite mild.
Last Friday the grey skies parted to gift us with this beautiful sunset.
There must have been a rainbow too, but by the time I got out to take pics, it was fading.
I love sunsets (in case that wasn’t clear from this blog), though I never believe I can capture their beauty quite right.
Naturally, since that day it has only rained more. Which brings me to this.
Maybe, though I’m no Gene Kelly, so I just plod on.
I never get tired of snapping sunsets. This one was taken in my home town of Bratislava, from the balcony of my mum’s flat.