Shutterspeed: Colourful Dublin

My last day in the British Isles this summer was spent in Dublin, the colourful capital of Ireland. I had never been there before, but it had been on my list for a long time, and how I'd love to go back! I walked through the streets of Dublin early in the morning, inhaling the crisp morning... Continue Reading →

Shutterspeed: Cardiff in black and white

I took these photos on the last day I spent in Cardiff, after my internship in Swansea had come to an end. I really enjoyed experimenting with light, shadows and contrast while photographing the stunning architecture from the Victorian period--the time when Cardiff was at its most prosperous. The arcades are quite unique--they even earned Cardiff the... Continue Reading →

Shutterspeed: Indonesia in details

The weather is turning ever more drab and gray here in the Netherlands, and I am looking through the photos I took during my trip to Indonesia two years ago with a heavy heart. When I started photography, I kept thinking about the advice my mother once gave me: focus on the details. And it's true:... Continue Reading →

Shutterspeed: Charming Edinburgh

A little over a month ago I visited Edinburgh while the Edinburgh Festival Fringe (the largest arts festival in the world) was going on. I was immediately enchanted by this beautiful city - I admit, the sunny weather did help - and I was very happy to spend my 24th birthday there. The National Gallery... Continue Reading →

Histourism: Tintern Abbey

Yesterday I visited the famous Tintern Abbey in the southeast of Wales, close to the border with England. The first time I ever heard of it was during my Bachelor's when we studied William Wordsworth's poem "Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey, on Revisiting the Banks of the Wye during a Tour, July... Continue Reading →

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