Posts tagged #snow

Almost B/W

I love black and white images, but I still can't resist to leave some color on them.  

 (at the edge of the World)

 (at the edge of the World)

PS: Not much to say these days, but far more to see.

(ready to slide down?)

(ready to slide down?)

Enjoy the images from Austria. I hope they will inspire you...

 (different textures)

 (different textures)


(glowing black)

(glowing black)


I can't belive it how I like this quiet period, full of waiting. I'm without words, I don't browse other blogs, I don't create much. I'm in a kind of half-conscious state, observing playfull thoughts, growing new ideas and new learning steps. It is interesting that I like it very much, although the days are tough and too short for things to grow faster...

And during this time of wandering in my world of imagination, and when your thoughts my wander to Schladming (Austria), I'm sending you some visual greetings from there. Well, they are two years old, but they were preparing for this big skiing event back then already.

Whoever will go there will know where did I take these pictures, esp. the picture of that interesting structure on the upper right site of the image below.(No, it was not shot on the Moon ;) ).

It was summer, but I could enjoy the snow and ice. Do you remember that post? Oh, well, Austria is just full of surprises. I love it!

Enjoy - on your feet or high in the sky! I hope I'll be back soon!

Posted on February 4, 2013 and filed under misc, photography, travel.

Time stopped

Time has stopped. I'm listening to the silence, whispered by the snow sprinkled over the streets and fields.

Words become speechless. Everything is perfect just the way it is. In silence.

What else to wish than: let it snow!

Let the stopped time rests your soul and body...

Natural style

This year I was inspired by nature, so my Christmas cards wear a natural look this time.

On some there's snow, and on the others you will find shiny stars...

You will soon be able to find them in our tiny shop.

And what kind of style you've chosen for your Christmas cards this year?