In a quiet corner of the Gothenburg Art Museum, a statue of Victor Hasselblad, (1906-1978) a famous Swedish photographer and inventor of excellent cameras. He once travelled to the United States of America and was asked by a custom assistant at the airport if he had anything to do with the Hasselblad camera? “I am the Camera”! In […]
Sometimes inspiration comes unexpectedly. I listen to Dave aka Praying Medic on Twitter and YouTube who teaches on Q posts from the 8chans as well on Christian supernatural things. I recommend an interview with Dave on healing made simple. Who, or what is Q? Here is a part of the introduction to a compiled work on Q by a young […]
This year Denmark is hosting the Ice hockey World Championship in my town Herning and in Copenhagen. Herning is not a typical tourist attraction but these days the centre and the venue around the event is full of fans from the competing countries. We had Airbnb guests from Norway who came to watch Norway lose to Denmark. Herning was chosen, I think […]
Originally posted on Petals Unfolding ... Finding ME:
Mothers are a special breed that places them in the lead spot lighting the reason why you and I even exist. ~~~~ Happy Mother’s Day to all Moms today. ~~~ Happy Mother’s Day, Mom. I miss you! ~~~~ MF Handheld Macro Photography/ “Happy Mother’s Day/ May 2018©AmyRose http://www.herladypinkrose.wordpress.com
Wilfred Owen Quotes:
"My subject is War, and the pity of War. The Poetry is in the pity."
"All a poet can do today is warn."
If you look carefully, treasures can be found in many corners of Denmark
The older I get, the more I treasure the spring. In Denmark, we long for the sight of the fresh green beech leaves. My mother always said that the beech got its leaves on May 7. Last week we had some hot days, and today I found these leaves on my running exercise. The colour is unique and will […]
A Guest Blog Hello, my name’s Juliette, but I blog as Helsinki-Budapest because right now that’s my life. I moved to Budapest from Helsinki, and am now ready to move back to Helsinki before the end of the year. I’m what is known as a Cross Culture Kid: French passport, Hungarian heritage on my father’s side, identify as French-American-Hungarian. I […]
In front of me, I have two large travel brochures on the USA and an old map from the 1980s. My husband and I can spend about three to four weeks in June and July. We have family in Fairfax Virginia to visit as well as our lovely blogging friend Paula Pederson who will be in Maine. That’s the two […]
In the early spring of 1945, The Red Army was quickly approaching Berlin from the East. That created 10-12 million German refugees seeking towards the West. Imagine that you have to leave your dead child in the snow beside the road and continue or get apart from each other on the way to an unknown destination? The world’s most significant rescue […]