The wild life is getting wilder

We do live in an area with lots of wildlife. Sort of domesticated wildlife I would say. Phaesants, rabbits, ducks, woodpecker, they all get fed by Mr Wonderful and stick around. In fact they feel so at home in our garden that they are behaving a little out of the ordinary. Maybe it has to […]

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All about photography and stock…

Posted by on Apr 16, 2014 in photography, photography, computer, | 3 Comments

Should you all wonder where I am, and thanks for those who inquired, I have been working my butt off. As I told you in a previous installment, I am making progress in uploading photographs to agencies. It might be nice to have a steady income coming my way when living in the States. Do […]

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A neglected blog…

The winter has gone. Jinx, Jinx… I should not say anything or it might come back and bite me. Like last year, when the snow hit us on the last of March and stayed a lot longer than anticipated. Huge snowdrifts… farmers loosing ewes and lambs. Bad, bad. This year seems different so far. My […]

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10.000 photograhps

Posted by on Apr 2, 2014 in photography, travel photography | 2 Comments

You’re first 10.000 photographs are your worst.” — Henri Cartier-Bresson Mine should finally get better then from now on… I am well over 70.000 since I moved to England… I am proud to say that my daily photograph is still going strong. A pic a day with my iPhone, a vivid reflection on our last months […]

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Skype to the rescue…

Posted by on Apr 1, 2014 in Belgium, Web/Tech | 9 Comments

Granniebabies… And grandparents abroad. It sucks. Big time. At times I wonder if living abroad is the right thing to do when you have kids and granniekids. My grannieheart has a hard time with this situation. But it is what it is for now… And in October I will even be further away. Let’s not […]

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Inside a WW1 military hospital/countryhouse

Posted by on Mar 27, 2014 in War and Peace | 7 Comments

The previous blog entry was about a stately home turned into military hospital between 1916 and 1919. The National Trust has it right for once: there’s an interesting exhibition on, and the public can snap… No flashing, but that’s no problem with my camera. The beast can cope with dark and darker. So I snapped […]

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