The first session this season, hopefully, not the last. Charming Jelena in the afternoon light and handfuls of white petals. It feels very good to be walking with the camera again. Despite my laziness and business, things finally happen and may be after almost three years in DK I’ll finally start doing what I once was dreaming of. Whatever it is there waiting around the corner, capturing beauty is a pleaser. And it’s all mine 🙂 Enjoy!
I’m back again. This time it’s been incredibly long. What a trivial intro.
Anyway, within these last few months I’ve done a lot and ‘ve seen a lot. Seems like I became a bit less lazy, less shy. I finished my education (two days ago, actually, yey!), became more confident about my Danish, and tried to follow the phase a friend told me not so long ago: “Life is enjoying the process”.
I went to some beautiful places.
I have a lot to say and a lot to show. But I’ll try to take one step at a time, and will start from the end.
Milano felt like a fashionable frying pan where my friend and I were being stewed for three exciting days this august. Probably, we belong to some sort of masochists, but the process was very much enjoyed. After coming back home I realized that I’ve never taken so many pictures of the shop windows when traveling. “But why do you sound surprised, dear? It’s Milano”, you’ll probably tell me.
I’m not a sophisticated human being. Very simple things can make me happy, very girly things, actually. Sweets, oh, I adore chocolate, happy-looking accessorizes (funny hats and socks), delicious food, seeing something growing (my basilicum and coriander on the window sill, for ex.), when I give something to people and I know that’s exactly what they like, his arms…many things. And it’s so nice to be a not sophisticated human being from time to time; otherwise I have no idea how to feel good.
September is definitely not the best month you can find yourself in Denmark. Miserably rainy. But! It means that the time for hygge came. And it’s candles, delicious smells from the oven, couch+blanket time and so on. To cut it short, if you have a place to stay and a person to stay with, even Danish autumn can’t spoil your life.
So, being a baking freak I baked chocolate muffins last weekend (actually, I just baked another portion because once a week I have this baking itch and this recipe is good:) Quite many people tried it and everyone said “yes, more!” So, I thought, why not be a good girl and share?
Last summer I was borrowing my mom’s camera and fooling around with it, imagining I’m a great director. Here are two pieces of this hot time when we were sitting in cafes, chatting for hours, and imagining it will never end.
…and the livin’ is easy.
Ah..vacation, the time every student is so looking forward to. Plans, expectations, great opportinities to use the time the way you want. Yey! I’m one of those lucky
bastards students who have loads of spare good time for…taking pictures and doing small art. Viva la vida en Vacaciones!
These days I’m strongly attracted to pieces, fragments, beads, and mosaics. Weekend trip to Skagen and a spontaneous visit to the local Bolcheriet (oh, it smells heavenly in this candy shop!!) became inspiration for this little summer entry.