I'm very proud of the amazing artworks that have been created in the walls of my city in the past few years. Spotting amazing street art during my travels and my time in London was always a moment to stop, and look. Often, to take a picture. So last weekend I went to photograph some … Continue reading Street Art – why I hate it…and love it
With Portugal being in lockdown since the end of January, and with me working from home, there hasn't been a lot of opportunity to go out, unless for the strictly necessary - grocery shopping, doctor appointments, you know the drill - not things I necessarily enjoy doing. Of course, the rule is also to stay … Continue reading A peek into the old town of Leiria, my hometown
Sometimes you find the unexpected. I would never dream that in a place where the weather is often considered tropical, so much that all kind of exotic flowers and fruits grow (there are bananas growing everywhere) I would find the kind of forest that, in my head, could only exist in the most northern part … Continue reading Sights of Madeira: finding the unexpected nordic forest
Up there, above the clouds, it was sunny. But after passing through the clouds, drops of water were decorating the tiny airplane windows. Crap, I thought. Can't believe it's rainy. Switched my mobile data on. Oh, it seems like it's going to be raining 70% of the time we're spending on this island. Oh, great. … Continue reading Sights of Madeira: the first day in the pearl of the Atlantic
Green lands contrasting with the blue sky. The photo was taken from the top of the Castle of Montemor-o-Velho, a little town in central Portugal. The streets were deserted on a Sunday afternoon, as the sun was also a bit shy.