London, England, taken on January 7, 2017
The most recent trip to London included a stop at the St. Martin-in-the-Fields Church, where I went specifically to see the East Window above the altar. The warped window design is reminiscent of a cross and while somewhat abstract, is strangely very aesthetically appealing.
Glasgow, Scotland, taken on October 22, 2016
Autumn comes, autumn goes. Soon the leaves will have all fallen from the branches and winter will be here! (See the original photo in colour.)
Bordeaux, France, taken on April 6, 2012
Bordeaux, France – it’s another rainy day, man! Certainly a perfect day to just stay in and listen to the sound of the raindrops with a perfect excuse to be lazy 😉
???, taken on February 3, 2012
The location where this photo was taken is unknown because I was on a plane from Brussels to Riga during the coldest weekend in 2012, at a whooping -28 degrees Celsius. Why travel to such a northerly city in the midst of the bleak winter? Well…why not? Off-season travel never bothered me and in fact attracted me because I got to avoid crowds while seeing a hidden side of a destination of choice. Bring it on, chill!
When you look outside my office windows, the first thing you see is…grass. No, I’m not kidding. As our office is situated in the “basement” of a building, we’re at a rather low elevation and our window is at ground level. Hence, when you look out, you see the patch of grass that surrounds the building. At least we can get a decent view beyond the grass so that we don’t seem like we’re hidden in the underground all the time 😛