Wednesday, October 6, 2010

“Tomorrow lurks in us, the latency to be all that was not achieved before.”- Loren Eiseley.

Just a few pictures from a trip to the States a while ago. The first two were taken at Fell's Point, Baltimore. The second in Ellicott City, Maryland, I've already posted about Ellicott City I visit whenever I go over to the States, you see. The others posts about it:

"Wisdom comes with winters.

Hi. These are just some random pictures taken at different points throughout the summer. But none of them fit in anywhere in particular, some are from a trip in the car in Ireland, some are of a trip to the park with friends and one is just one of me, but I like my lipstick. Hopefully soon I'll be able to post more often, I'm just very busy at the moment. I love the winter, it's my favourite season. 

Monday, August 30, 2010

"We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars."

I always thought that all nouns should be capatalized in English, like in German.

These are some more photos from London.

'How romantic and free and fitful they may seem, there is hardly a ship on the seas that does not come to anchor in the Port of London in time"

At the end of my stay in England, I was in London for about a week. I took some photos, of this guy who looked kinda at home reading with the pigeons;

the goings on of the Thames;

and my walk to Tate Modern;

I took photos of a fantastic bridge;

There were construction workers building next to the museum;

Then I took photos of the delivery truck from the little Italian restaurant that we ate breakfast at;

and of this beautiful playground that I came across when walking from the British Museum to Piccadilly Circus.

Friday, August 27, 2010

The place had a sense of austere beauty about it.

A while ago I was driving to Glendalough in Wicklow with my father and I saw this old weighing station at the side of the road, I thought it looked kind of awesome, so we stopped so I could take photos. It was long since abandoned and had a certain beauty about it.