Sri Lanka, Study, Uncategorized

Keep your head in the clouds

Organizing and categorizing my pictures from 2015 and 2016 is honestly a life saver now. It’s stress-free, but it involves focus – so switching from editing a picture to reading a journal article isn’t too difficult a transition. Here’s a filler picture – I’ve got a post scheduled for Monday, so this is just a post to keep me going honestly.

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Keep your head in the clouds, there ain’t nothing worth bothering about down here. 

Just a picture of fluffy clouds, a rainbow and a crane. I took this ages ago, and actually posted it on an older blog, so it feels kind of stand-alone – which is strange for me – I usually like my pictures in series.

But yes. mid-week post for my sanity.

Stay up in the clouds. xx

 

Black and White, Scenery, Travel, Uncategorized

Stop. Take pictures – feel less carsick.

Bandarawela – cooler weather, breath taking scenery and that finally-out-of-the-effing-city feeling. The vibes you get from travelling to cooler climates, upcountry are so happy – makes you want to go on walks and hikes and DO THINGS – until asthma and the reality of my lack of fitness kicks in- but it’s a nice feeling.

I didn’t actually take many pictures in Bandarawela as I was only there for one night, but I made many stops on the way to and fro – to take pictures, stretch my legs and feel less carsick

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all of the lines and all of the green
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I just loved the contrast of the soil and the grass and the road, with the white road signs
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This is the kind of view I aspire to wake up to
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we stopped by this small cemetery by chance – the scenery  was lovely so we stepped out of the car and stumbled upon this – burial on the hills
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why not have black and white windy roads. Also kind of makes me feel more 1900s as opposed to 2017
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cosy little road marker, with all the wild flowers and just green-ness to make your soul feel good
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look! the weird trees from the earlier post – this time in focus, with a complementary telephone post + wires for accurate representation of the view:P

It’s a rather terrible confession, but as much as I love dramatic, spectacular pictures – with depth of field and brilliant composition, there is a certain charm to the mundane, basic pictures that just kind of say ‘this is what it looks like, and I think it looks pretty’. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and all that jazz.

I will leave you to the mundane, and go attempt to study.

bye bye.