Green is the prime color of the world, and that from which its loveliness arises.
Mesmerizing to watch. Hypnotic. Calming. Inspiring.
Water in every form fascinates me endlessly ever since I was a little child. I almost drowned three times but the experience never put fear in my heart. I used to jump from the top of a waterfall or a bridge and even now I walk close to the edge just to be near it. Water and sunlight- perfect combination to create life and translate them into something magical and beautiful through photography.
I’ve always had an interest in doing something that was outside my comfort zone; I had this thing about standing on the edge of the cliff and deciding to jump.
“It’s funny how the beauty of art has so much more to do with the frame than the artwork itself.”
― Chuck Palahniuk,
How about hiking whole day under the blazing sun and finally ending up here?
Intricate design. Amazing details. Feast for the eye.
Give me odorous at sunrise a garden of beautiful flowers where I can walk undisturbed. -Walt Whitman
I was walking in the country side trying to stick to my 10.000 steps daily routine when from around the corner I saw the blades of this windmill sticking out from between the trees. I hurried to I thought where it was using the blades as guidance and when I saw it in its full glory I was instantaneously in love! How I wish I could live in it or at least build a house next to it because the surrounding area is ideal for my kind of retreat- evoking peace and quiet. But it isn’t for sale and I guess will never be. I can only hope and dream.
Not so long ago this was the state of my mind and physical being…
Now, this is how I mostly am.
Sculpture in Parque de los Pueblos de América in Motril, Granada, Spain.
I like light, color, luminosity. I like things full of color and vibrant.
– Oscar de la Renta
While walking in the country side I saw this cute hedgehog crossing the road. I followed it to take some pictures and I saw that it was scared, trembling with fear trying to hide between the safety of the grass. Poor little darling.
The sweat, the pain, the exhaustion… it’s all worth it when you reach the top.