Whatever theme it is, with the Weekly Photo Challenges I almost immediately think about animals… so ‘oops’ for me doesn’t necessarily reminds me of all the failed dishes or cakes that I made or the numerous blunders I make on a daily basis (it does too), but it makes me think mostly about all these lovely animals, big and (very) small, that mess up (just like me… )
There’s beauty everywhere. There are amazing things happening everywhere, you just have to be able to open your eyes and witness it. Some days, that’s harder than others.
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‘Waar ben ik toch?’ vroeg Remi zich vertwijfeld af, terwijl hij over een scherpe rand hing en bibberend van angst de diepte in keek.
These little piglets in there pyjamas are enveloped or maybe better: sandwiched between mum and dad and there siblings…
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Krista from The Daily Post asked us for this weeks Photo Challenge what yellow means to us. She added that we should challenge ourselves to think beyond fruit and veggies (bananas, lemmons and peppers)…
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Weekly Photo Challenge: cover for the book that I want to write and illustrate…
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Maurits Cornelis Escher (1898-1972) is one of world’s most famous graphic artist. He is mostly famous for his so-called impossible constructions such as Ascending and Descending, Reptiles and Methamorphosis.