Month: June 2013

pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

      pilzeln this week had a lot of things unexpectedly popping up here & there and growing out of proportion. work seem to be prone to do that to me at the moment and when i saw this crazy piece of street art i thought of the funny english word ‘mushrooming’. problems, stress, deadlines keep mushrooming all over my desk and diary these days. i think this picture looks like the word sounds […]

pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

  summer solstice it’s been another very busy week and as ever so often i struggled with the growing list of unfinished tasks & lose ends and with far too many things out of my control. i had moments of bliss in the midst of it though – like the live screening from the british museum’s current exhibition of ‘life and death in pompeii and herculanum‘. a great reminder that ultimately many things are out […]

pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

ephemeral this week can be summarised by lovely sunshine and too much computer. to celebrate the former (for it might be a fleeting moment only) and to end the latter (for there’ll undoubtedly be more of it next week) here’s just my photo and not much more.  

pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

black & white today i walked with my house mate manny across the isle of dogs: from the recycling centre to mudchute farm via canary wharf and mill wall docks. i’m always amazed at the great contrasts here: from the piles of rusty, dirty, dead and loved-no-more items at the recyling centre to waterways bursting with life (we spotted a graceful crested grebe followed by an entire colony of entirely joyful gold finches); from forlorn-looking […]