Here I am again posting a new picture. This lack of posts was mainly due to a technical problem with my laptop, for the moment I managed workaround it.
Anyway, today’s picture was taken few evenings ago at the Ploče gate in Dubrovnik.
With his music, the man was entertaining several people and kids; at a certain point a couple also started to dance at the rhythm of his notes.
this is just a quick update.
I have been busy with some projects and trips, so I am still working on some images before writing a post.
This post is mainly to tell you I am still alive (yay!) and that I have opened a shop on Artflakes (I will put the link at the bottom of the post). It has the pictures I like the most from my collections.
Even though this isn’t quite a common post, I will still put some extras:
[Sóley – Pretty Face]
I found this song while wandering on youtube, I think I started from a song of ‘Radical Face’, another group I found quite randomly.
I just like listening to it.
And here is a quote from the book ‘High Fidelity’; a book I read a while ago and found very amusing as well as inspiring, I strongly suggest it to anyone:
“What came first–the music or the misery? Did I listen to music because I was miserable? Or was I miserable because I listened to music? Do all those records turn you into a melancholy person? People worry about kids playing with guns, and teenagers watching violent videos; we are scared that some sort of culture of violence will take them over. Nobody worries about kids listening to thousands– literally thousands– of songs about broken hearts and rejection and pain and misery and loss.”
― Nick Hornby, High Fidelity
Here is the banner linking to my shop:
I wish you a great day and I look forward to hear from you. Feel free to drop a line here in the comments, I will appreciate :).
P.S. I am also thinking about changing the theme of the blog (again), but I am not sure yet.
how are you guys?
This is going to be a long post, since I had less time than expected I am going to fill various articles all together.
As I announced in a previous post, yesterday I went to Mt.Tremblant (Quebec – Canada). I went there with some friends; we’ve kayaked on the Lac-Monroe and then went to the International Blues Festival in Mt. Tremblant Village.
Where we went kayaking was simply awesome; it really reminded me some places in World of Warcraft (I played that game soo much, that now every place reminds me a zone in that game).
Obviously I did not take any pictures while kayaking, I did not want to risk to ruin my brand-new camera.
Here is some shots of the area:
[Amazing landscape, we have kayaked on this lake. Imagine the feeling you have while being there, alone with you, a very close friend and water.]