Tag Archive: monochrome

More cats

Mr Cat’s lazy evening.


Without my tortoises, my terrace would be incredible boring. They always come close to see whether you bring some food for them, run after the cats and make funny noises when jumping on… Continue reading

Floppy bunny ears

Easter is approaching. Currently, lots of people are busy dyeing eggs, filling and decorating baskets and thinking about the perfect hiding spots for their children’s Easter presents.


When I was 14, I got my first camera, a Minolta SLR (analog of course). Immediately, I fell in love with photography and experimenting with light and settings. Though, in that age, I… Continue reading

Yellow color dots

Back then, in Iceland, when the dandelions flourished. This pic is one of my all-time favorites. I was playing around with my Sony RX100 and tried various settings while waiting for the ferry… Continue reading


Lonesome places might hide some secret treasure. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

Monochrome world

Suddenly devoid of color, the world would lack of abundance. Choosing a single object retaining its natural hue, would be a yellow horizon for me. Yellow evening sunlight symbolizes the world’s warmth and coziness to me.… Continue reading