Let your art tickle minds. Let your craft intrigue and fascinate. Let your creativity inspire and motivate. Thank you, Filipa, this was inspirational. Let this blog live again!
All photos were taken with Yashica MG-1 analog camera Film: Kodak Portra 400 If you wish to see more about Oslo click here
I’ll just say this: NEED TO BUY MORE FILMS ASAP!!! P.S.1 Remember when I spilled coffee over my (digital camera)? If not, here’s the link to the funny story! Well, during those couple of weeks without my digital camera, I used my old analog camera from my parents (Yashica MG-1, Kodak Ultramax 400). This is…
So, yes, I moved… to London… and even after three months it sounds… well, pretty unbelievable. But, as you already know I won’t write a lot. There were/are so many mixed feelings and so many emotions. I quit my job, I left my family, my friends, my colleagues, my favorite places in Belgrade, my home….
Enjoy amazing photographs of nature and beautiful mountain of Tara in Serbia. We had couple of days over there with our close friends, spending the beginning of the New Year together. What a blessing! etc. etc. so many beautiful photos, scenes, emotions… but I had to stop eventually… Good night! and one more:
Usually I post photos of Christmas cards when everybody gets them but this year I’ve decided to post earlier because honestly I can’t wait anymore to show them. I am so happy I’ve made this “thing” a tradition that is living for many years I can’t describe it with words… What is funnier and more…
Old-timers Exhibition in Belgrade. Take a look at these beauties:
This is new life. New life that is growing on our terrace, at our Home. Making its new way through the air up toward the sky and sun. It needs so little but so much, water and lots of love and care.
The Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade. Closed for 10 years. In October it was finally opened for public. We’ve had a walk through, visited the exhibition and the building itself. Very nice to see this building alive again. Mom: