Two days ago it was raining on my hometown so I tried to apply the techniques I’ve learned about taking photos of bolts. I must admit the results were way too good for my skills, but I guess luck was on my side ^^ Behold!
I recently discovered a post on Pinterest that I immediately adored: a string of lights on the wall, where you can hang your photos using little pegs. I thought it was an amazing idea so I bought what was necessary and.. voila! I’m presenting you my wall 😀
I love halloween so so much! Happy (late) Halloween everyone ^_^
Since I returned to my home town, at the parents’ house, I am constantly trying to find hobbies in order to not socialize a lot with them 😛 But seriously, while thinking about stuff I like, what I thought I always wanted to do but never really had the chance was to make my own piece of “green paradise” at my balcony. So I bought some beautiful plants and started sowing like crazy 😀
So far I’ve got Oregano, Rosemary, Spearmint, Chrysanthemum and lovely red Roses!
The next ones on the list are some mint and basil. Can’t wait..
Today it was my first official walk alone with my favourite DSLR camera.
And there was this event happening in Kingston Town, called The StockMKT (http://www.thestockmkt.com/). As it seems, it was an open market at Kingston’s Marketplace. So I decided to check what it was all about, and I’m posting some of the pictures I got. Hope you enjoy them and don’t judge me, I’m still a newbie noob.
Get a drink before the horse walks into the Bar!
Ahh Oreo Cheesecake, my true love.
Small vinyls. I couldn’t leave them..
Homemade good-looking art.
Nothing better than a bicycle. What? Colourful bicycle? Ok, ok.. that’s unbeatable.
I love small boxes. Especially vintage small boxes!
Cupcake photos, Cupcake photos everywhere!
These beautiful bags again.
Captured while trading. Beautiful bags.
Cutest things, this little girl and her dog made my day.
I wish someday we’re going to be lucky enough to create something similar. Kinda takes your breath away, ain’t it?
Also, the song is “Nuvole bianche” by Ludovico Einaudi, and it is at least amazing.
The Mountain from TSO Photography on Vimeo.
Attention: This post is only to complain about not having fulfilled my dream yet, and has no real purpose. Anyone that looks for something interesting should go somewhere else.. Shou shou
These last days I’m in a travelling mood, so I remembered my last flaming desire to go to Iceland and watch Aurora Borealis in person. It’s been quite a while since I went to this lecture talking about it, but I still can’t get it out of my head. Since I was a child I loved astronomy, and the colours of this phenomenon seemed always such a dreamy thing to watch. When I realised, Iceland is only 150 pounds away from my dream-come-true, I was pooping my pants about it, but unfortunately I haven’t made it there yet as this semester in England has been proven so expensive. Continue reading