Plants by the sea

Lately, I have been paying more attention to my surroundings. Going for walks in places already familiar after being away for a long time, has given those places a different mystery. It's like I'm re-reading a book with a different age. Having lived and experienced more. You always find little details you didn't see before. … Continue reading Plants by the sea

The unbearable weight of being human

It's important to remember . When an invisible, such microscopically small thing such as a virus is able to stop the world, to put everyone in quarantine, to threaten to ruin the economy, throwing millions into misery. It's time to remember how small we actually are. How insignificant our daily worries that take so much … Continue reading The unbearable weight of being human

Dogs are the happiest creatures right now

I took these pictures only last Sunday, in a park near Hampstead Heath. I had gone for the allowed walk for exercise and was keeping my distance. It now seems it was such a long time ago. After 14 days in isolation in my room in London - where I was stuck doing literally everything, … Continue reading Dogs are the happiest creatures right now

The Birth of Spring – Part 2

It is a cruel consolation to know and see Nature going on as it should go. A consolation because at least something looks normal. While we are in lockdown at home, with our lives on hold, not being able to plan not even short term, piles of anxiety, sadness, loneliness and depression are a contrast … Continue reading The Birth of Spring – Part 2

My solo trip to Mexico – itinerary, transportation & accommodation

Last year I spent 14 days in Mexico. I wrote about my experiences in each city I visited but I never really explained the itinerary. I decided to take some time to leave some of the most practical details here. Also, hopefully it would be useful for solo female travellers, like myself, who would love … Continue reading My solo trip to Mexico – itinerary, transportation & accommodation

Status: Travel planning on hold

Without much travelling happening later, it's been hard to keep a frequent posting agenda here. I had made myself the promise that having less travelling at the start of the year wouldn't stop me from posting. Afterall I live in London and there is so many subjects to photograph in this city. And then, my … Continue reading Status: Travel planning on hold

Stavropoleos Monastery in Bucharest, Romania

Walking in the old town of Bucharest, amongst the streets where nightlife happens, where people go to eat, drink, chat, to laugh and to dance, you'll find the unexpected. The Stavropoleos Monastery is home to a group of nuns who run it in the middle of the city. The name comes from the greek stavropolis, … Continue reading Stavropoleos Monastery in Bucharest, Romania