Today we were to take a beloved poem and turn in on its head. Ouch! Looking forward to reading all the others. Prompt 3: Find a shortish poem that you like, and rewrite each line, replacing each word (or as many words as you can) with words that mean the opposite. Rude When animals tellContinue reading “Day Three: The opposite poem”
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Thursday Doors 19/5/22: Green doors from Slovenia and Trieste
I made it! With this post my one year of daily blogging is complete. With this post we have made the full circle of one year together. Thank you for all your visits and words! I’ll be posting less from now on through the summer but will still drop by, for example on Thursdays. BeContinue reading “Thursday Doors 19/5/22: Green doors from Slovenia and Trieste”
Cin cin, Flavia!
Getaways with Flavia are the thing I miss the most, if anybody asks. Let’s hope for many more. Just when you get the first friend in Italy (and what a friend!), first the pandemic hits and then she moves to Iraq. By the way, her hotel has just opened, if you wish to visit Basra.Continue reading “Cin cin, Flavia!”
CFFC: Bridges from there to here
I don’t have that many photos of bridges, thought I as I started to gather them. There were 50 in no time. Here is a (good) half of them. I like bridges – crossing them, looking at them, looking from them, the purpose and the idea of them. They are old and new, designed forContinue reading “CFFC: Bridges from there to here”
PPAC: Forma Viva 1.
Today we return to a hot summer day in 2017 when I hopped around sculptures on the coast of Slovenia with parents and amore. I’m so grateful to Marsha since her public art challenge makes me revisit and curate some of my favourite days. No wonder that “curate” is her Word of the Year. ThisContinue reading “PPAC: Forma Viva 1.”
PPAC: Fanor Hernández in Rome 1.
Today I wish to return six years back when we were strolling along the Appian Way in Rome and encountered memorable lively statues by Colombian sculptor Fanor Hernández. Amore’s friend from work lives near Via Appia Antica, one of the oldest Roman roads, and he has a (female) dog. Perfect. In 2016 he and hisContinue reading “PPAC: Fanor Hernández in Rome 1.”
Lens-Artists PC: Low light x3
When I first saw this week’s theme, set by our new host Sofia, I grumbled a little on the inside. Low light is when I put my camera away. But then I had an idea… First a quick note, for those who are counting: Today Slovenia won silver in ski-jumping team event! This is medalContinue reading “Lens-Artists PC: Low light x3”
Lens-Artists PC: 18 images/18 stories
I smiled a little when I saw what Leya envisioned for her One Image/One Story challenge: “Pick one or two, maybe three?” Ahh, how cute. Three is a lonely number. How about other 15. This is how I do it every time. If a little story unfolds when I look at a photo, I know:Continue reading “Lens-Artists PC: 18 images/18 stories”
October 2020, part 2
Here is the second part of my last October as promised. Today’s photos are from two mega trips as a reminder that I must just go. To think about it, October was the last month when we could have any amount of fun out of our municipality for more or less half a year! SoContinue reading “October 2020, part 2”