July 15th, day 188 – Art & bananas

July 15th, day 188 – Art & bananas

My mother asked me to take part in one of her art projects. As long as it involves taking pictures I’m always up for some new adventures. My mother is a ceramic artist and she is currently working on a complete ceramic zoo to be displayed at an art exhibition...

Working on a major overhaul

I took the website offline yesterday afternoon to do some major changes. As of now it’s renewed and back online. I’m still working on updating my posts so if you see missing pictures or links in older posts, that’s because I haven’t gotten to...
July 13th, day 186 – Thistle

July 13th, day 186 – Thistle

Flowers don’t have to be all cute, soft and cuddly to be beautiful. This rough thistle in my backyard proves that tough, uncolorful plants can be beautiful too. I do have to sidenote that the plant didn’t make it. I shoveled it to death after stepping on...
July 12th, day 185 – The Haze

July 12th, day 185 – The Haze

The past week we’ve experienced a nice sample of a crappy Belgian summer, hopefully the weather will eventually give us a break. Saturday was the worst. It didn’t really rain but there was a constant drizzle covering the ground. It almost looks like fog....
July 11th, day 184 – Four in a row

July 11th, day 184 – Four in a row

We went to Hulst and paid my mother a visit, and I of course took my camera with me. I made a nice picture of Elliot and my mother’s husband:   And one of the four trees in front of their house. Hulst has treated me to beautiful sunsets before (day 107) but...
July 7th, day 180 – Tower cranes

July 7th, day 180 – Tower cranes

In Zottegem there is an education center that teaches people how to operate heavy building machinery. One of those machines is the tower crane. Wherever you are, at least if you’re in the area, you can spot these tower cranes from quite a distance. It’s a...