La photo du mois: mon amie mon ombre

This is my eighty-first participation in the “photo of the month” challenge. Since this is a French-speaking group, I put the translation below. On the 15th of every month, bloggers from all over the world post a photo on a predetermined subject. This month’s topic is “my friend my shadow.” Continue reading “La photo du mois: mon amie mon ombre”

La photo du mois: ma passion (in short)

This is my twenty-eighth participation in the “photo of the month” challenge. Since this is a French-speaking group, I put the translation below. On the 15th of every month, bloggers from all over the world post a photo on a predetermined subject. This month’s topic is “He who is lost in his passion is less lost than he who has lost his passion.” In short, my passion. Continue reading “La photo du mois: ma passion (in short)”

Weekly photo challenge: habit (Please read. It’s not what you think it is!)

This is my fifth participation in the Weekly photo challenge. This week’s theme is a habit. I had to take the other route on this one. Not that I don;t have any habits, but every time I think of a habit I think of smoking. Continue reading “Weekly photo challenge: habit (Please read. It’s not what you think it is!)”

Weekly photo challenge: eerie

This is my fourth participation in the Weekly photo challenge. This week’s theme is eerie. Continue reading “Weekly photo challenge: eerie”

La photo entre amis: made in China

La photo entre amis is a small Facebook photo group that a friend and I just started. Each one of us gets his/her turn to pick a theme. The theme being treated here is: made in China. Continue reading “La photo entre amis: made in China”

The Offspring were pretty fly

This post is more about the experience than the photography. I found these old (not so old) photos in a folder from 2009. The Offspring gave a free concert at the Warfield in San Francisco on July 31, and a friend of mine was able to get tickets. Ha! Anyway, these photos were taken with a point-and-shoot, thus the first sentence. Continue reading “The Offspring were pretty fly”

Villers Abbey: open-air archeology

I hesitated a lot before making up my mind. I wasn’t sure whether black & white or color would do justice to the site best. I ended up picking B&W, but I’m still not sure of the result. Continue reading “Villers Abbey: open-air archeology”

La photo entre amis: la rentrée/back to school

La photo entre amis is a small Facebook photo group that a friend and I just started. Each one of us gets his/her turn to pick a theme. The theme being treated here is: going back to school in 1 to 5 photos. Continue reading “La photo entre amis: la rentrée/back to school”

La photo du mois: un objet

This is my fourth participation in the “photo of the month” challenge. Since this is a French speaking group, I put the translation below. On the 15th of every month, bloggers from all over the world post a photo on a predetermined subject. This month’s topic is “an object.” I decided not to take it so literally and took a photo of three kids -two of them wearing the veil. Continue reading “La photo du mois: un objet”

Fort Breendonk: part of the Nazi machinery of terror (part II)

Here is the second post about Fort Breendonk. The following photos show the outside of the Nazi camp. To see the inside of the fort and read a little about its history, please click here. Continue reading “Fort Breendonk: part of the Nazi machinery of terror (part II)”

Fort Breendonk: part of the Nazi machinery of terror (part I)

Although the weather hasn’t been nice these days, I still try to get out and take pictures every weekend. Last weekend I went to Fort Breendonk. I’d been there once when I was a kid and I remember feeling the same thing I felt this time around: Men are inhumane, cruel and cowardly. Continue reading “Fort Breendonk: part of the Nazi machinery of terror (part I)”