Yearly Archives: 2018


57. Blurred Lines – Autumn 2018 2

Color violence Autumn 2018 immediately stroke me as…different. It somewhat looked like autumn as I remembered, but…those colors! Who pushed that color slider to the right? Who kicked that paint bucket? The colors didn’t overwhelm me….. they overpowered me! Like a bunch of savage warriors, rushing along on an indomitable color stream. I was dragged […]

Orange autumn forest

dragonflies in back-light

56. Winged Wonders 4

On a quiet evening – so quiet that I’d almost forgotten the existence of sound at all- I ploughed through an uninspiring darkness. So dark, that even the memory of light was obscured. All I saw was a bunch of colourless, impenetrable prickly bushes…… …until, apparently out of nowhere, the sun abruptly punctured the dark. […]


55. About Snow, Blizzards, Winter, Whiteouts and Foxes in the Snow

Bigger & better Our former winters used to be colder, longer and better. Even a child knows that. And speaking about children: if you are too young to have experienced it yourself: we made snowballs bigger than ourselves. We didn’t have  snowball fights, but ice ball wars. We used to ice-skate all the way to […]

The Catcher in the Rime