Here is another old photo. Also shot with my Sony Xperia P back then. I think the scribbled smiley isn’t impressive but funny. But I probably liked how grungy the wall looked like. The photo however only looked great in black and white because it made the wall textures become more apparent. It actually looked a lot more grungy in black and white. Continue reading Smiley


I found the photo above in my library. This is one of many photos that I shot when I started out with my first DSLR camera. It’s somehow funny to see your own photos years later because then you try to understand why you took a particular picture. I think when you start out, you experiment a lot, that’s the first point. I think with this picture I experimented with the angle. I am also sure that I liked the windows, our historic district has some really cool and old-looking buildings. However, the original was rather boring, because the colours … Continue reading Windows

Weekly Photo Challenge: Boundaries

The recent Weekly Photo Challenge is about boundaries. The boundary you see in my photo is a protective barrier for the railroad network. I think it has two functions, stopping people to cross the rails and noise-insulation. What I like about the wall is that it’s not an ugly wall, I like how it’s overgrown with plants, we have other more ugly protective barriers in our city, but this one is quite beautiful in my opinion, what do you think? Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Boundaries