Posts tagged as "photography"

365 photos in one year

So I’ve started a new 365-project for this year. Take (at least) one photo a day throughout the entire year 2014. 15 days done, 350 to go. Luckily I’m not alone with this one, as five friends have decided to join the challenge. I have to say that this motivates us all to stick to … [ read more » ]

November report

Another long pause, I better type something before November slips past unnoticed. Nothing much out of the routine happening, which might be seen as a “no news is good news” situation. Watching Sopranos, doing yoga once a week, still reading the same novel I started over half a year ago. Simple pastimes then. I also … [ read more » ]

Autumn air

So we are already halfway of September, it can be felt in cool morning air. After a pause from video gaming, I found myself playing X-COM: Enemy Unknown again. It is a tactical game where the player leads an near future secret defense organization from an unknown alien invasion on earth. I seem to like … [ read more » ]

Movies, photos and dancing

So it is September. Summer is bowing out and autumn preparing to take the stage. I went to see an old classic (which I wasn’t actually aware of) named Koyaanisqatsi, which probably turned out to be the best film I’ve seen this year. The film didn’t have a storyline in the traditional sense, but more … [ read more » ]

Skiing and stargazing

For Easter I went to the countryside and did some cross-country skiing. I think I haven’t skied this much for at least a decade. It was pretty relaxing stuff, most likely will do it again next winter. Since the sky was very clear every day, I decided to give a try in photographing star skies … [ read more » ]

A day by the hour project

This was an experimental project I did about two years ago. I forgot all about it only to rediscover it again now while going through my image folders. The idea was simple: take a photograph every hour of the day and see what the result is. As an afterthought, I spiced and lightened things up … [ read more » ]