Category Archives: art
In his essay “Tremendous Trifles” G.K. Chesterton contrasts travelling the globe in search of exotic places, people and sights with his preference of discovering the meaning and the extraordinary in everyday things and people if we only make the effort … Continue reading
I’m not sure what people were thinking when they saw me waving my camera around in circular and triangular motions and then eagerly looking at the results on the little screen on the back. I had heard of painting with … Continue reading
The Chinese pavilion is an interesting structure. It has no walls, is most often hexagonal, but also round or octagonal in shape and is covered with a curved roof with glazed tiles. You find them in parks, gardens, out on … Continue reading
If you search online you will notice that there are a number of photographers who are fascinated by doors and capture them in every shape, size and color. There is something intriguing about doors and the mood and attitude they … Continue reading
Masked dancers who carry large super life-sized masks and decorations are standard feature in many temple ceremonies in Taiwan.
So this week’s photo challenge is curves. Come to think of it there is very little straightforward in life. Looking back on my own I see many twists and turns. There is hardly a straight line in nature but curves … Continue reading