Lack of straight angles
Ok then, to tell you the truth, I must say that I’m not particularly interested in taking pictures of the perfect shapes and structures one can find – it’s the imperfections that attract my eye. This entrance is not perfectly shaped but I like it, because it tells me of craftsmanship and old methods and that’s different from the prefab elements they use today.
Back in the city after having spent three days on the country side. I shoveled snow twice the same day, cleaned a rug and the freezer and took the Christmas decorations away and yes – I know it was about time – so I haven’t been idle. Still, there was a little time for me to figure out new image ideas, but most of them will probably never happen. It doesn’t matter to me. Some ideas will partly be used on other occasions while other ideas will lead to something else instead but what about the rest then? I think they will let other pictures take their place.
Back home I also realized that the inferno is about to begin. They are currently erecting scaffolding around the house I live in and we will get the balconies and the front walls renovated plus new windows. Having a shift job with rest days in the middle of the week (apart from every second weekend off) has many advantages, but the thought of spending a day off at home while the construction workers are doing their best to demolish the old balconies gives me the creeps. What about the duration then? They expect the renovation works to be completed towards the end of June. Oh horror!