In the mornings we commute, from our homes to work, to school. Some commute to keep themselves occupied after waking up too early or staying up all night. We huddle together in these trains during the hours when we are the most vulnerable, still tired, longing for the softness of the bed or our h skins.
Getting up in the mornings gets harder every day as autumn progresses. The light is different from summer mornings, the air in my room is cold and I am tempted to spend the day under these sheets. The windows are old and permeable, but I don’t bother to turn on the heating during the nights.
I love taking a walk through the crisp autumn air. The second picture was taken by Lisa, who always takes the best pictures of me. ♥
Together with Sebastian I went on a little coffee walk, starting with the new The Barn Roastery. No sugar, no soy milk and no laptops that is. Instead perfect coffee – mine tasted of Strawberries and chocolate – and was served by a very nice barista. Additionally we met some friends at the café as
The feeling when you discovered a plant you had never seen before or when holding a stone in oddly beautiful shape. The memory of days when a little bit of imagination and curiosity would turn your garden or that place down by the river into an adventure. The cornfields and old barns with their doors
Some Saturdays are best spent at home, in this beautiful apartment with this wonderful view. I sit, stare at the green outside the window and wonder what it will look like when the trees across the tracks move from green to yellow and brown. At the market I buy all kinds of vegetables, mostly because
You are sitting outside on the little balcony. The street is crowded with people heading to and from the train station. Some carry a suitcase, others hold each other in tight embraces while walking, afraid of goodbyes or overwhelmed by hellos. You sit, stare and listen. The noise of the city became your soundtrack of
Working as a creative at an agency for digital brand management, most of my days are spent handling things concerning the digital sphere. I have a passion for the digital, created my first web page when I was 17 and have an unnatural attachment to my iPhone. Yet, I start to realise that especially in