b & w challenge – people 4

b & w challenge – people 4
#umberellatimes
#umberellatimes

I’ve been challenged by Julita Wozny to post black & white photos for the up-coming five days. Yay!

In return I nominate Cardinal Guzman 😀

He has recently posted a bunch of beautiful B&W photos to his Flickr account, so I’m sure he can cough up five awesome pics for one of his blogs too 😉 Which are cardinalguzman and artishorseshit, btw.

In order to take this challenge, you must post B&W photography for the next five days, and each day nominate another photographer to enter the challenge. Good luck!

B & W challenge – people 2

B & W challenge – people 2
#onceuponatime #inamsterdam
#onceuponatime

I was challenged by Julita Wozny to post black & white photos for the up-coming five days. I posted one photo, and then forgot all about it D-: Does it mean I fail at the challenge? … <.< … >.>…. Since this is my blog – I don’t think so.

And today, I nominate theMOFman 😀

TheMOFMan has some great B&W shots in his gallery already, so I’m sure this challenge will be a piece of cake.

MOF, in order to take this challenge, you must post B&W photography for the next five days, and each day nominate another photographer to enter the challenge. Good luck!

The longest journey

The longest journey

outside the train window

Russian railroads are quite famous, especially the one that goes across Sibir. I didn’t travel quite that far; it takes 23 hours to travel St. Petersburg-Lipetsk, not really the longest journey at all. Although it does feel like it when all the lights go off at 22.30, making reading impossible. Apart from that, train is my favourite way of travelling. It’s like a large moving sleeping hall. The ridiculously overpriced candy wagon drives by sometimes, and there are some few opportunities to go off the train for ice cream and beer at longer stops, but otherwise it’s a quiet and monotonous ride. With no internet. Precious time to read, think and write while the landscape flows by outside the window.

Noen bilder fra toget mellom St. Petersburg og Lipetsk.

on the railroad seen from train window
a stop in yelets