During the spring of 2015, I took two photos and asked for your feedback. I needed to know what you would have done differently in the pictures I posted. There were some very interesting comments. And with these comments in my mind, I headed for the same bench to retake the pictures. One of the results is
Those of you on Flickr might have heard about “Explore”. This is a page where photos with most social activity (favourites and comments) are displayed. These photos are selected using a secret algorithm. Getting on Explore is a race for on-line fame, and recently I’ve achieved a bit fame. For the first time, two of my photos were selected on Flickr
Like mentioned in my previous post, a national supermarket had a cool promotion. Learning children that vegetables don’t come out of a jar, but grow on plants. Today, I’ll show you how the radish grew. It was a fun experiment, and the radish tasted very well!
A national grocery store had a cool promotion last spring. For every ten euros spent, you received some vegetable plant seeds. I decided to capture the growth process of two: the tomato plant and radish plant. Below are the photos for the tomato plant, sorted from week one to the last week. And it didn’t end well…
If you have read my previous post, you know I like to travel, but wanted to be a tourist in my own country a bit more. Thus, my girlfriend and I grabbed our bikes and went for a trip. As they say in Dutch: “Add action to the words” (“Daad bij woord voegen”).
The summer is coming to an end, and so is the travelling season. But I love to travel! Seeing distant places, experiencing different cultures, and enjoying the good life with fine cuisine. Whenever I am visiting a foreign country, I look at old buildings and tell myself: “We have this at home too. I should visit some nice places in
Halfway through the month of August, I always start to monitor the heathland that is surrounding my city. This is the time that it will start blooming. And it is always a great sight, even more if you are able to find a wide open field. With August just behind us, you might have a last chance before the heather will