I went home to my parents house today–to do some christmas preparations, like baking and going out to find a Christmas tree. On my way home I took some photos. There wasn’t much time to photograph, so I only got to photograph the train stations I visited. I’m not complaining, because photographing train stations are fun.
When I was out shooting bikes almost two weeks ago, I also captured other subejcts. There is no red thread to connect these photos–just various of motifs/scenes I found interesting enough to capture with my camera.
I really hope I’ll be able to go out on a phototrip again soon. I’ve missed it so much, and it’s so much fun. Seeing something gorgeous and then capturing with my camera, is such a great feeling.
At the lunchtable at the office earlier this year we talked about homemade things. Among things we talked about, making sauerkraut came up. I love making things from scratch and after that lunch, I knew I had to try making sauerkraut myself. I don’t eat it myself, but that doesn’t matter–I still love make it.
Here are part two of the bikes I shot on sunday. I found lots of beautiful old bikes. People are speding lots of money on new and fancy bikes, but apparently there are quite some people that loves the old ones as well. I like that. The old ones has way more charactere and they areway prettier than the new ones. Don’t you agree?
December is here and Christmas is around the corner. I’ve had people asking me what I want for Christmas. This year it has been a bit difficult to come up with things to put on my wishlist. I do have lots of stuff, and there is just so much one need. My closet is full of clothes and my kitchen cabinets is filled and I got most things I need to operate the kitchen. I got lots of books I haven’t read, so I don’t really need any new ones at the moment (have still put a few titles up on the list though). When I listen to music, I use Spotify–I haven’t bought a CD in ages.
It’s been ages since I’ve updated my blog. I’ve been busy the two last months and I haven’t been very inspired to pick up my camera. Lately though, I’ve been missing working with my camera–aim, focus and shoot all those beautiful/interesting things around me.