What’s scarier – the darkness in your backyard at night, or when the motion-sensor light gets triggered by… something?
I just wanted to let you know how impressed I am with your driving skills, and how your speeding, jumping lanes and weaving through the hordes of those other, speed limit abiding idiots that occupy YOUR road has brought you to the next red light a good 1.2 seconds faster than the rest of us. Fantastic achievement!
I cannot help but admire the creativity and persistence that must have gone into the discovery of coffee as we know it today. You take the seeds of a berry, roast them, grind them, pour hot water over them, and then you drink that brew. Wow! Continue reading “Coffee”
The new year began not so pleasant: I woke up to multiple emails from Jetpack’s “Monitor” feature telling me that all of the sites in my hosting account were down (followed by the “still down” messages one hour later), and two emails from Siteground (my web hoster), the first warning me that I’m nearing the CPU limit for the hosting account, and not much later, telling me that my account was limited because of resource overage. Not funny. Continue reading “Under Attack”
Long-time followers of this blog probably remember some of it’s transformations – from a personal blog to a photo blog, and now back to a personal blog. And that pretty much sums up what has been happening since late 2014 and throughout 2015 here: not much photography, but a lot of more personal articles and posts about my other interests, besides photography. Continue reading “State of the blog (where do we go from here)”
I must admit that my tolerance level for the musical genre called “Dubstep” is extremely low. Usually, I’ll make it into the first “drop” and soon after that, the irritating array of broken beats and all in all broken-sounding… well, I hesitate to call it music actually, so lets say noise quickly drives me away. Yes, I’m getting old. Continue reading “Hecq – Bête Noire”
I’m looking for a bumper sticker “Keep paganism in winter solstice festivities.”