the best of gdańsk … this time (II)

… so back to Gdansk with temperamental weather and very sore feet. Best event – Sukhishvili Georgian National Ballet  (https://sukhishvili.net/about-us/), the main reason that I visit Gdańsk this time. When I visit Tbilisi over Christmas last year I hoped that … Continue reading

a photo a week challenge – atmospheric

“There are no walls in the atmosphere.” Kim Prather “Sometimes when you lose your way in the fog, you end up in a beautiful place! Don’t be afraid of getting lost!” Mehmet Murat Ildan Walking back to my hotel in … Continue reading

when it’s hot it’s hot (+36C/+96,8F) – pinhão, portugal

Encircled by terraced hillsides that produce some of the world’s best port – and some stellar table wines, too – pretty little Pinhão sits on a particularly lovely bend of the Rio Douro, about 25km upriver from Peso da Régua. … Continue reading

lens-artists challenge #69 – seeing double

Tina, a brilliant topic …. fun to play around with. “If it’s the right chair, it doesn’t take too long to get comfortable in it.” Robert De Niro Two deck chair on the Gröningen Promenade in Helsingborg in falling evening … Continue reading

cee’s fun photo challenge – textures

“When people ask me what equipment I use – I tell them my eyes.” Unknown “Flea markets are fun because they are the ultimate treasure hunt” Lara Spencer Plastic – colorful household items at a flea market  in Sjöbo, Sweden … Continue reading

tuesday photo challenge – sunset

Don’t we all love sunsets and sunrises … I have tried to avoid the combination with water or ocean in my gallery this time. Frank, sunset is a very poetic and romantic topic. *smile “Ô, Sunlight! The most precious gold … Continue reading

lens-artists challenge #68 – layered

I must admit that I don’t really understand this week’s topic. Sorry, Amy!!!! Google wasn’t to much help neither … so I have to use my “common sense”! So I have chosen my images from that there are different layers … Continue reading