Archive for August, 2012

August 31, 2012

Blue Moon

 

Blue Moon, the fascinating event that brings al the cycles of live to attention. We tried to catch a glimps of it with our mobilephone camera.

August 25, 2012

Blow The Wind Southerly…..

Travelling through the south of Europe Elisa and Aart made a stop in Lagos, Portugal and made and send this picture with their cell phone. Wonderful atmosphere.

August 22, 2012

Sabun Gelembung

Danaë ten Hoedt writes:
“What a fun idea, this international blowing bubbles day! I did not manage to let some people blow bubbles on May 6, but:

I’ve been on a trip around the world and had taken a little can of bubble fluid  with me.
First I stayd in Indonesia with the grandmother (Maggy) of my girlfriend in Cijulang. There are hardly any tourists. In that first week I met a little girl of four years. She was the daughter a assistant of  grandmother Maggy, who had brought her here, since nobody else could take care of her. Grandma Maggy told me that they recently had lost her little brother who had died by a disease.

Then I remembered that I had bubble-fluid  in my backpack. I taught her to blow bubbles and she was very happy.
So I had given it to her”.

August 6, 2012

Bubbles Dancing In The Moonlight

Full moon with bubbles (and a little flashlight) made fairy tales in the sky. Little moments of enchantment in a windswept night.

August 5, 2012

Deserted Road

In the west of La Palma we came upon a deserted road enclosed by banana plantations. Surrealistic sight.

August 5, 2012

“Und Gott läßt bald die Erde beben”

Und Gott läßt bald die Erde beben” Nina Hagen’s ‘Lorelei’ was in our minds while we walked through the Caldera de Taburiente.
Silence, wonder and overwhelming nature made us feel small humans in the midst of  sheer power. Force that change the earth’s surface constantly.

August 4, 2012

“Last Night I Dreamt Of San Pedro”

San Pedro“Last night I dreamt of San Pedro
It all seems like yesterday, not far away” Madonna sang in her song ‘La Isla Bonita’.

We found last weeks the song about the village and the Island so much to be true.