I love the blue hour. It gives the surrounding a special, almost surreal atmosphere as everything seems to be quiet and peaceful. I took this picture when I was in Agen, France as an intern. We were drinking tea in the evening and it felt like the time was standing still.
It is getting colder and colder here so that I felt like sharing a picture with you that illustrates this feeling but also shows the positive sides of this season – great blue color gradients and the power of ice.
I still cannot believe that my last post is almost 3 months ago.. Time is really running..
What I love about this old, weathered, rusty door is its intense colors and the different shades of blue. I find it always stunning how things can be changed by nature and even if this door might be not in a good shape at all, it has become something artistic and worth looking at.
I like how flowers can create the feeling of softness, sensitivity and lightness. I tried to transform this feeling into a picture by using a low perspective and a rather big aperture.
Moss in urban surroundings makes places always greener: even a gray wall looks a bit more vivid when there is some moss on it. What I like about this picture is how this wall seems to be split into two parts: a green and a gray one.
I saw this amazing bridge on a hiking tour with my family. I love how easily the bridge fits in the forest and how it even makes the forest look bigger and more impressive.
I was looking at my blog and found that something was missing. I realized that it was the text that made my blog more personal. So I decided to put descriptions, thoughts or explanations under my pictures again – from now on. Hope you will appreciate it.