Happy Halloween!

samhain blessings my messy world

A very Happy Halloween / Blessed Samhain to all of you out there in the messy world wide web… I hope you’re keeping well and had a gorgeous autumn season just as we did!

It’s been very quiet here these past few months. The other day, I noted down the posts  I actually posted about my messy room update & co. and noticed that most of my ideas in my head were still in my head and have not actually been posted…^^ That’s how good my overview of my blog is currently 😉

Life is utterly busy right now. Can’t really explain much, but it is. But also in a good way. I am handling my mess over here – much more than in my last flat, and am proud of it! I have good days and I have not so good days 😉 But that’s life. I would like to quote my beautiful mum here on that and leave you with my best wishes – hope to be telling you  more about this mess soon 😛

“…uno arregla y uno mismo desarregla, y asi se pasa uno la vida”

(…one tidies and one self un-tidies – and that’s how you spend your life.)

That’s it.


Weekly Photo Challenge: Shadow

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: Shadow

Shadows in photography is one intriguing thing for sure… I love playing around with them, with the textures and shapes and filters of my camera. But because I keep taking loads of those pictures I’m going back a step and share a few very unimaginative landscape photographs with you. But I just remember hiking through the park as the sun was slowly setting, and not being able to stop trying out a few shots with my camera as the shadows kept changing and making new images all in all. The first shot intrigued me most – a strange pole sticking out of the lake, its reflection and shadow making the image even more strange… I hope you enjoy these nature shots as much as I enjoyed taking them.
Taken in Glenveagh National Park.







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