In the spirit of drawing things to a close on this blog, here is the final selection of images for my Calendar 2017. Okay, two. As you could see and take a peek at my new blog yesterday, with the new year this one is about … Continue reading Complete Calendar 2017
Thursday Doors, 27/9/18: Norm’s Doors 3
“Life’s too short for boring doors” could be the official slogan of our jolly little group. Let’s have more of the other kind. Small wonder that it was Norm, our chief, who wrote this in a comment to one of my Thursday Doors post on … Continue reading Thursday Doors, 27/9/18: Norm’s Doors 3
Thursday Doors, 13/9/18: Norm mix I.
Today a special door selection from my first blog, of doors that caught the eye of our Thursday Doorman. “The day I set foot in Rome and start exploring for doors… well I don’t know if I’ll ever leave the place.” This was the comment … Continue reading Thursday Doors, 13/9/18: Norm mix I.
WPC: Simple twists of May 2017
In a simple twist of fate, the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge is coming to an end. The last theme will be posted this Wednesday. In another, I felt an emptiness inside to which I just could not relate. Not only have I been an (almost) … Continue reading WPC: Simple twists of May 2017
WPC: World in places
My life experience has taught me that if you think you belong somewhere, you might miss an exciting option. There is a Slovenian proverb Povsod je lepo, doma je najlepše which translates as “Everywhere is beautiful, at home is best”. Somewhere I saw it flipped … Continue reading WPC: World in places
Thursday Doors, 8/3/18: Women’s Day, part 1
Women, ladies, friends. Unite and take over. Usually, I don’t look people between their legs, certainly not upon the first meeting. I’m happiest if I read an excellent book or story or see a stunning photograph but don’t know the gender of the writer or … Continue reading Thursday Doors, 8/3/18: Women’s Day, part 1
This is not Provence
Lavender is Provence, poppies are Tuscany. Every time I see a lavender field (usually in a photo, only once I saw it around here), I’m reminded of how often Slovenians mistake Tuscany in Italy for Provence in France, or vice versa. In Slovenian they are … Continue reading This is not Provence