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Mostly photography, with the occasional philosophical contemplation

Into the wild

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Walk the Dog

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A lady walking with her dog, as we drove by slowly in the traffic jam on the highway


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The lessons in life
Inspire to struggle and learn
Challenging everything familiar
To go and look beyond what I know

Pushing me to let go more and more
Of what once was considered important
Opening up new possibilities
To help others without a regret

As life becomes transparent and simple
The need to cling and grasp subsides
Life points the way
Gratitude is my companion
Compassion is her shield

Being fully open to the present
Is all that life requires

Travel – a Monochromed Madness Theme

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This week is the first of the month, so it means that at Leanne Cole there is a themed Monochrome Madness. This month’s theme is Travel. For the image i choose, i didn’t choose to go through all my travel photos to pick the one i liked the most. Instead, i intuitively choose this picture i took a little over a week ago at the coast in Zeeland (a province in the south-west of the Netherlands, close to the sea as it’s name translates to Sea land). It’s one of my former roommates walking through the wet sand on our stroll on the beach. I personally like the simplicity of it. Not difficult to see what the image is about and yet the reflection creates a subtle extra dimension. Walking is such a wonderful way to travel. Just go where the legs will bring you

And as an extra i’d like to show the original colored version too, think the sand looks great in colors 🙂
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Sneak Peak

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Soon the new theme of Monochrome Madness will go live on the site of Leanne Cole (http://leannecole.com.au/). The theme is City and as i was searching for an image i looked up the collection of photos taken in Croatia and came up with this one. The city of Split as seen from this pathway which leads to the botanical gardens of Split.

Uluru up close

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Uluru close up

Magical landscape surrounding the holy aboriginal mountain of Uluru. Way more green than i’d expected it to be. Really wonderful to have walked on sacred ground 🙂

Walking in the forest

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Close to Glen Coe in Scotland my father and i did a 2 hour hike. Great place to walk, with beautiful pine forests and every now and then a great view over the Glen. These are two images of the walk which i gave a personal touch

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