Fire in brand new cars in a sales show building, now they all have the same color.
Most things, from time to time, need a recovery.
It comes to us people, architecture, landscapes and so on.
Sometimes it happens too late so the changes become changes
– instead of preserving what it was before.
Or the change has happened so suddenly, so reversion is missed forever.
*Debbie and “Travel with intent” with the theme “Restoration” as the inspiring kick*
Soon a year ago in the icelandic Reykjavik area, water to snow to ice happens quick.
*Debbie and “Travel with intent” with the theme “Ice” as the inspiring kick*
Fortunately so culture “sneaks” into our sphere, and often unnoticed.
First two from the danish city of Haderslev,
the last three from the tiny danish island of Samsø.
*Debbie and “Travel with intent” with the theme “Culture” as the inspiring kick*
Perhaps unconsciously, we seek the symmetry of our world.
It certainly creates a notion of calm and harmony.
Maybe the search for change and “disharmony” isn’t wholehearted.?
*Debbie and “Travel with intent” with the theme “Symmetry” as the inspiring kick*
Almost pedantic we will notice asymmetrical signs.
Immediately discover a container too much or one too little
– in addition, the colors are not symmetrical.
This fellow is real and very much alive, not such a plastic thing at all.
Very commonly the word plastic used as synonym for non-genuine.
Public seen as one of the largest garbage threats of the world ever too.
*Debbie and “Travel with intent” with the theme “Plastic” as the inspiring kick*
Young couple on their way home after horse race at Aintree Racecourse in Liverpool.
“Be part of the solution, not part of the pollution”
“We don’t need a handful of people doing zero waste perfectly.
We need millions of people doing it imperfectly”
*Anne Marie Bonneau from The Zero Waste*
Lots of “mountains” left for our following generations.
Violins are just graceful curves that added tight straight strings,
which produces beautiful curved sound waves.
*Debbie and “Travel with intent” with the theme “Curves” as the inspiring kick*
Few different doors from french Alsace.
Inspired of the Norm theme “Thursday door“.
Starting with the entrance inside the inner yard of Haut-Koenigsbourg Castle.
Hovering basement door.
Door to a coffee shop, could it be more heavenly.?
Old well used barn door.