As a young kid the year 2000 seemed so far away. I could not foresee what it would be like, let alone 2020. Being able to see it back then probably would have blown my child’s mind.

May this new decade be a transformative one for human kind and the planet we inhabit. May we find ways to advance with less devastating consequences for Mother Earth. May we be kinder to one another. May we find it in our hearts to embrace our differences and learn to live in harmony with our fellow humans and animals alike.

May we all have ease.

Happy New Year, and all the best wherever you are.Hot air balloon festival of Taunggyi, Myanmar, November 2018.

Fifty-Two Interrupted… Seriously Interrupted

Hello all,

I didn’t mean to take a brake but I did. And a long one it was.

I hope to be back on a regular basis but I make no promises. I have many photos shot during the last summer months that I would like to share with you. I have to get my things in order.

Here is a first one shot in Berlin, Germany in June.

I am in love with Berlin, so you will most likely see a few more from our vacation in the weeks to come.


Thursday Doors: Art Du Commun

Actually bad graffiti is not that uncommon, but if you like murals and street art Montreal will not disappoint you. What we have here, is pretty remarkable. In 2013 Montreal hosted its first festival of public art:  Mural. It was a big success and has been back every summer since. This year it will be held form June 9-19th.

If you look-up www.artducommun.com you will come to the conclusion that they are not responsible for the bad graffiti on their back door.  Artducommun is a collective of professional artists that specializes in murals.

This post is part of the Thursday Doors Challenge, hosted by Norm 2.0.