(p.s. The smugde on the picture to the left is the edge of an album. While taking a picture with a OneStep you have to cover the picture from sunlight as soon as possible, and I always use the object closest to me, it's easier that way. )------------------------------------------
lauantai 8. helmikuuta 2014
keskiviikko 27. marraskuuta 2013
Oh god, this place was amazing. An endless labyrinth of antique objects and retro clothing. In Villach.
"The mountain smoked beneath the moon" - J.R.R. Tolkien
We were heading to Villach, until we looked behind us. With screeching brakes we drove to the side of the road. We ran over the highway, next to fields full of cows just to capture this moment. Worth it!
I. LOVE. ICECREAM. & The perspective in the pictures to the right is pretty cool.
Lähettänyt Laura Amanda Serafina klo 9.34
maanantai 18. marraskuuta 2013
A month ago this was the beautiful tree I got to look at when I drank my tea on my balcony. Sorry to say that the view is a bit more melancholic now that the leaves are gone. In the upper left corner you can see a fraction of the roof, sorry about that, but it kinda makes this picture a little bit more interesting, doesn't it? Either way, I'm just happy that I got a great picture while the tree was still this breathtaking.
Lähettänyt Laura Amanda Serafina klo 11.56
keskiviikko 23. lokakuuta 2013
A church on top of a hill in Villach. Wherever you turned to look there were mountains in the horizon.
The older part of Ljubljana. This city was filled with beautiful fountains,
not to mention the absolutely gorgeous river that ran through the city.
We spent a lot of time just drinking coffee next to the river, there were cafés
everywhere. Legend says that a dragon was slain nearby, and that's where the famous Ljubljana Dragon's bridge myth derives from.This picture taken from the highest tower in Ljubljana. I had my first bela kava there, loved it.
A never-ending maze of rooms filled with antique and vintage/retro items.
I call that heaven on earth.
Invader's art! This guy makes space invader mosaics and puts them up all around the world, and we accidentally stumbled upon one of his pieces. We had bought disposable cameras, so I took a picture of the space invader with one of those. I'll probably put the pictures from the disposable camera on here aswell.
The white spot on the left side of the picture is actually a church on a small island. There's a myth about the church bell. During the transport of the bell, a terrible storm struck the boat and sank it together with the crew and the bell, which to this day is said to ring from the depths of the lake.
This was the first time I've ever seen mountains, can't say I was disappointed. Nette and I had an amazing trip together, thanks for everything!
Lähettänyt Laura Amanda Serafina klo 4.47