Posts tagged #coast

Rules

What do you say about the rules? Do you follow them or do you think they are there to make our lives miserable?

I usually find rules useful - to make my life safer without too many worries for every single thing.

But, this is me. On the other hand, many times I find people who love to break the rules. I wonder why...

And because of these people, we have to have extra people to help them follow the rules.

Why? Because the rules are there to make you safe and happy - if you look at them from a wide point of view.

(Can you see how the high tide pushes back the river? - right on a spot where 20 minutes ago there was no water at all?!)

So, if you don't follow the rules... just don't be surprised when there comes the time when rocks start falling on your head...

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PS: This post is dedicated to someone who broke the rules and made our lives miserable for 6 months. Because of him we don't have floor and doors, and we live in dust and between the boxes, filled with our stuff... And this post is dedicated to the children in our school with a hope that they will understand why it is good for them to follow the rules...

I hope my life will get back to normal soon, esp. back to creative stuff as well. Wish me luck!

Posted on October 8, 2012 and filed under creative lecture, misc, photography, thoughts, travel.

Only because

There was only one reason why I wanted to go to France...

It's because of this little wonder...

It is a perfect inspiration... 

...full of mysterious stories...

...and secret observers...

It is full of curious people...

...and incredible sights.

1000 different sights...,

1000 mysterious persons walking the narrow streets...,

for 1000 images my camera took...

It was worth it...

Is there an image in this post that inspired your imagination, too? What came onto your mind?

Traces

In France, we enjoyed some time at its coast.

We loved the blue skies and the blue Ocean, wide open spaces and fresh air...

...although there were traces of battles and lost blood left in the sand...

...there was a special glow that illuminated the sad history.

I loved the absence of colors...

...and loved the reds that broke the monotony.

So, are you ready to walk with me and let your imagination flow over the sand, over the Ocean?

Enjoy and see you soon! My story from France is not finished yet! :)

It's not...

...that France is all greyish-bluish-brownish-green. It can be colorful too.

First, you see some wild orange popping out...

Then you notice colorful dots jumping around the beach...

And then you spot bright colors when you climb on a hill...

That's how they get you ready for an explosion of colors, so be ready, I'll show them in my next post!