the amazingly talented martynas levickis

Libertango by Astor Piazzolla one of my absolute favourite music pieces – “Libertango” by the Argentinan tango composer Astor Piazzolla, recorded and published in 1974 in Milan. One of my absolute favourite music pieces and I think it is because … Continue reading

cce’s fun foto challenge – summer scenes

“If a picture is good, it tells many different stories.” Josef Koudelka This gallery is all about our Swedish summer at it’s best! “Every summer there are a number of nights, not many, but a number, when everything is perfect. … Continue reading

lens-artists photo challenge ; #77 – favorite photos of 2019

Patti, haven’t done it easy for me … favorite photos of 2019???!!! I love most of my images – How will I be able to choose???!! But here we go. “Life will show you masks that are worth all your … Continue reading

my music moods – (neighbourly love)

“All human beings are my neighbors. We share the same planet.” Ana Monnar … but this post will I share the beauty of my Scandinavian neighbor’s music. I start with Finland, a country that I only have to visit a … Continue reading

tuesday photo challenge – fantasy

Fantasy???!!!  “Fantasy is hardly an escape from reality. It’s a way of understanding it.” Lloyd Alexander As a child, I had a very lively imagination. I was very lonely as a child and I always made up fantasy stories … … 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

lens-artists photo challenge #64: countryside

Amy, the countryside in my county Skåne (Scania) is very open … it’s a farmer county. Here we grow apples, grapes, sugar beets, leek, strawberries, onion, flax, potatoes, salix, corn, gains, pees, and of course rapeseed. We have about 7999 … Continue reading

lens-artists photo challenge #58: something old, new, borrowed, and blue

Patti, came up with a really fun topic last week … but I have been out and about in the wide world for a couple of days … so I’m a bit late with my entry. Not the first time … Continue reading

my music moods (proud to be …)

…. a Swede in many ways, my heart is truly blue and yellow … our little country has in many ways made the difference to the world; lighthouse beacon flashing light, the dynamite, Skype, the pacemaker, the blowtorch, Volvo, multi-row … Continue reading