Exploring Oregon: Drawing Hearts on Cannon Beach

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Cannon Beach is one of Oregon’s most popular tourist destinations. At least in the summer and when the weather is mild. As soon as I saw the iconic haystack rocks in other people’s images, I knew that we just had to check it out. Especially since Microsoft uses it as one of their default background pictures (Have you ever noticed? There are some great Milky Way samples, too, as I found out the other day). Read More »

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Creating A Vision Board: 10 Easy Steps On How To Manifest Your Desires

From blurry ideas to clear intentions: Creating a Vision Board
From blurry ideas to clear intentions: Creating a Vision Board

This weekend we have entered a new moon. It has been quite a magical time already for those who have chosen to remain positive during the past few weeks. I for one have made more sales from some recent photography products (my calendar and some of my pictures I’ve put up on an online art gallery), than I had initially anticipated and also expected. Or perhaps I have just been waiting on it all along and am now ready to reap the benefits. Read More »

January 2017: The First Two Weeks of a New Year

Courtesy of www.listchallenges.com
Courtesy of http://www.listchallenges.com

We are halfway through January on this beautiful weekend day. How have you guys been experiencing the brand-new year of 2017 so far?

I am off tomorrow thanks to Martin Luther King Day (a floating holiday in the US). So today is practically my Saturday, although it feels like quite a peaceful and productive Sunday, too. I managed to sleep in a bit and wake up refreshed. Read More »

First Magical Exhibition of the Year: Pixel Forest at the New Museum

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Today I went to a magical exhibition at the New Museum. One of those once-in-a-while moments that kind of take your breath away without you really knowing why. Pipilotti Rist’s Pixel Forest has been on display in the Lower East Side since October 26th of last year. Spread across the three main floors of the museum, she features a quite magical artistic composition of art installations made of video projections, curtains and more. Read More »

End of Year Reflections: Why 2016 Was Not the Worst Year in History

Its’ the last day of the year 2016 and you know what that means: Time for the Year in Review!

NYE 2015/2016
NYE 2015/2016

This year has been certainly one of a kind (well, aren’t they all, the years?!). It seems that the continuous line of change, which has been a very strong part of my life since 2014 perhaps, is slowly but surely progressing. Change – in every way possible – I feel that is the code word of 2016, if any. Read More »