Dear Inhabitants of Planet Earth…

Let me start by saying that I am just another regular human being in this chaotic world. I have two arms and two feet, two ears and two eyes, just like you. I also have an intricate and functioning body system, the way you do, a gift from nature that I can never fitly compare… Continue reading Dear Inhabitants of Planet Earth…

BIBPC the Fifth, Category Seven (Time is Bugging Me)

Seven. That means the end is near. Mm… that came out wrong. So apparently this is the seventh category of BIBPC and there are… *counts* zero categories left. Wow. Time is annoying. Fast and annoying. Like bugs. Uh… that doesn’t matter. What matters is that Pineapple now has 607 points and hasn’t lost the lead.… Continue reading BIBPC the Fifth, Category Seven (Time is Bugging Me)

Books, Flowers etcetera// BIBPC the Fifth, Category Three

Yesterday a friend and I decided to have a little photography session, just for a change. Then again, the third category for BIBPC was out, so I thought I’d have some fun. We found this neat grassy area for a backdrop and laid out books. There were little flowers of white and violet, so that… Continue reading Books, Flowers etcetera// BIBPC the Fifth, Category Three

A Brief Intro to Natural Captures// DIY Pocket Poem

I must say that my photography has increased a LOT these days. Mainly because I’m on vacation. And I have too many favourite pictures to put into separate posts, one by one, all with detailed and organized notes and summaries. I mean, who even reads all that? So here I am, introducing to you Natural Captures, a two-part photo… Continue reading A Brief Intro to Natural Captures// DIY Pocket Poem

BIBPC the Fourth, Category {Perched}

Have you noticed that time has flown by so quick that it’s already the last category of BIBPC? Team Fox is leading right now, with 499 points, but we have to keep the good work up if we want to win this thing. And I’m sure we can. GO TEAM FOX! The theme this time is… Continue reading BIBPC the Fourth, Category {Perched}

Lost

I wandered distant lands In my distant dreams Alongside sky-high ridges And crystal clear streams. I rambled dark forests Fields bearing golden wheat And thorny lands where prickles Set themselves in my feet. I wandered woods and deserts Felt blizzards and licked frost I wandered all the world before I realized I was lost.