Tag Archive: photoblogging

Rainbow portrait

After half a year in Melbourne, we are back in Tallinn. Back in the amazing apartment in the centre of everything, even in the centre of the most marvelous rainbows. Who cares about… Continue reading

My book soon available!

  I really love the illustration.

Off she goes

I have a colleague here in Melbourne and each time we finish work, we go to the opposite sides of the train station, waiting for the ride home. And each time one of… Continue reading

Red Dotted Lamp and stuff you can do with it

Finally in Melbourne! Now that I’m a diligent student, you will soon get a flood of homework on these walls (starting from HDR, I’ll try not to do something horrific with this technique).… Continue reading

Best of Paris

Finally a picture of Marie with her clothes on! After spending two years in Indonesia, nothing could have made us happier than getting a real baguette from a real boulangerie, eating it with… Continue reading

Siberian half-shaman

This collage is not my favorite and I can already see things that need to be fixed on it, but I really wanted to tell this story what happened to us a few… Continue reading

Illusions of Venice

Here’s a new photo-story. How does this work for you? Go on, spit it out.. I personally feel some parts of the text are not strong enough yet, especially the link between boxes… Continue reading

Photo-text editing in process, critics are welcome

Hey everyone! Thank you so much for leaving a comment on my previous two posts, I really appreciate. I will put these posts back to draft now, they are kind of out of… Continue reading

New Place, New Look

An Estonian friend of mine moved to Indonesia for a year. And now I stay at her stone castle, where a small bedroom window opens to the kitchen area. An extreme makeover, she… Continue reading

Reflection from the bottom of the earth

There is this place in a desert of Oman, where one can go down the stairs and enter a crater-like space with a small lake in the middle. What is amazing, is that… Continue reading