Kilmainham Goal is one of those attractions we keep taking our visitors to. I think it’s a nice place to learn a little about Dublin’s history. Luckily I can keep busy taking pictures now I’ve heard the story a few times…
Last summer we’ve spend two weeks moving around different Greek Island. It was still early in the season so perfect for exploring without hordes of tourists. (Yes I realise that I am one of those tourists as well!)
We planned the trip one island at the time and we chose our destinations depending on the ferry schedule. When we tried to plan it before it seemed stressful and elaborate. As soon as we gave up on planning we had a perfect relaxing vacation with some beautiful destinations. The pictures are taken on Santorini, Naxos and on a ferry somewhere in between at dawn.
Some flowers to celebrate my mom’s 50th birthday today! My mom loves taking pictures. I have vivid memories of her carrying a video- and photo camera on family holidays while trying to organize the route. Thanks to her I have photo’s of every significant, and even more important, of so many less significant moments in my life.
Thanks for helping me discover photography!
I love the smell of rain. Specially when I am out for a walk like I was when I took these pictures. We left Dublin that weekend without any set plans but with the idea to go and see something of Ireland. On Sunday we were close to Athlone and walking around a big lake after the rain finally stopped.
It’s amazing how beautiful a raindrop can look on a flower!
Possibly the best glass of wine I’ve had one the one after plucking grapes on the winery of my friends family. I am absolutely no expert on wine and it might have had something to do with the amazing time I had over there. The ecological winery is located in the Reinhessen in Biebelnheim.
I took the below picture when we were sitting down for a break, enjoying the sun and some of the grapes.
Chasing butterflies. Literally. I have been running around after them like a mad person. The first one is taken on Nissiros, Greece. The second one on my backyard in Malden, Netherlands.
PS: Special credits to Mr. Joergensen for patiently waiting on top of a vulcano until I got the right picture. Mange tak ;)