My take on nature photography.

Neighbourhood Gargoyle

I’m sure you all know at least one of these ladies, who sit in the window all afternoon and scan the neighbourhood very carefully for anything they could potentially be unhappy about so they can immediately tell everybody else about it or yell at someone?

I had an idea that when you do something very often in one place you and this place grow together, like this lady and her window did.


As you probably noticed, I’ve been going through a rough phase recently. It’s been getting more and more difficult for me to get out of the house and take any new photos, or do any artistic activity except work related stuff.
My doctor told me to go for a walk at least twice a week, preferably every day, or just take a longer route when I’m going to a store or post office or anywhere for that matter. Normally I’d do that on my own, but I haven’t had enough energy recently.
I forced myself to go to watch the bay today, took a few snapshots, then I got cold and went back home after 40 minutes, but still I think it’s better than not going out at all. Not sure if I enjoyed it, but at least I have a sense of a tiny achievement.


I’m sorry for abandoning the blog for a few weeks. I guess I needed time to figure out if I wanted to continue publishing my photos, and perhaps if I wanted to do the photography thing at all. I’ve decided that I find the blogging routine helpful (at least for now), but I’m not sure if I’ll be able to keep posting photos every day.
I haven’t been taking new photos for months now (except for the playground series), so I’ll just post an old one, back from the days when I was attending a photography school.