Hello everyone, I hope you all had a lovely week! Today’s series is a selection of sunset photos whose colors I loved so much that I purely wanted to focus on them instead of the whole image. When I took those shots the light and colors was so amazing that I wouldn’t stop until it […]
Hi everyone, Last week I was incredibly lucky to be invited by a friend to go for vacation near Lake Ontario. And oh dear, if anyone still needs proof that Canada has gorgeous nature, then I am about to convince you.
Hello everyone! How has your week been? I had a pretty good one, especially since I have a one-week long March Break now! Lots of chill time ahead, and of course hardcore blogging ;). Yesterday I went out with a friend to the river nearby and we had a wonderful time snapping away. The river […]
– Can photography be poetry at the same time? Sounds odd, that is for sure. But maybe, it can make sense to you when you see the assembly of wintery photographs I put together here! –
Photography is usually used as a mirror of reality, not in the negative world of photos. I experimented with the negatives of colors on my photos. 7 unique and pretty unconvential photographs made it into this series – a little irrating, yet negatively beautiful.
“Art is created to be seen, discussed and judged. It is supposed to initiate movement in the world.” Hello everyone, welcome back! I hope you had a beautiful week, and I hope you like art. Because that is what this post is all about!
Hello everyone! How are you all doing? I hope you’re fine. For today, I thought I could share my notebook collection, or at least the highlights of my notebook collection with you guys. You may or may not know (yet) that I absolutely love stationary of all kind and that I would never stop […]
Hello everyone! Some of you might already know, that I am very interested in architecture. I find it really fascinating how buildings are designed and what meanings and thoughts stand behind them. In fact, I see architecture as art, with just some little bit bigger artworks than you would find them in museums. (for example, […]