Goodbye, Blue Sky

When night falls, or when clouds roll in; that’s when blue skies get really interesting.     Advertisements

Reflections [Part 2]

Not only shiny things reflect, and not only physical objects can be reflected. The way we dress and how we decorate our houses can be a reflection of our personalities, of the places we’ve been and the experiences we have shared. We can see ourselves reflected in the faces of our loved ones, when we … Continue reading

Reflections [Part 1]

What, if anything, does a reflection say about the object reflected? What is the relationship between the “original” and its “copy”? Often, we perceive of the reflection as an imperfect representation of the real thing: distorted by ripples on the water or disrupted by structural elements. But what if a reflection is not simply an … Continue reading

Doors: China [Part 1]

There’s something fascinating about doors. In our daily lives, we hardly think about them. We pass through them, we open and close them, we knock on them, and we lock them. We (mis)use doors to express our emotions as we slam them shut. But all these actions can also be used figuratively, describing a situation, somebodies behavior, … Continue reading


Images from my trip to Seville, Spain, in September 2012. For more photos of this, and other trips, please go here.

Coast to Coast: Look at [Me], I’m a Train

Billboard Silhouette

I love being on trains. Especially if the trip takes a day, two days, or longer. It is the only time when I am fully at ease. The only place where I am not haunted by all the things I could, should, want, or have to do. Because , with the exception of the dinning- … Continue reading

China Round Earth Houses

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