Work in progress…
Come back later please 🙂
Work in progress…
Come back later please 🙂
The images from Malta are still from April, but I’m quite behind in updating the blog…
The last months I have been having a swell time in Belgium, really an incredible time… But I had or took none for the hours and hours of computer work I need to update the blog…
Now we’re leaving for Austria… I met the most incredible and lovable companion for the road… Normally there was an exposition opening this thursday, 9th of August, but it is postponed… Everything so expands to a higher level of chaos but life is sweet to me and we’ll just leave to Vienna to check things out, and then further to Budapest and….
Many people asked me to update the blog with images from the trip, and if I have a whole lot of internet time I’ll try, but I don’t like to interfere non-chronologically in the blog, so it will take some time before I can share it all with you…
Any way: have a beautiful summer!!!!! Love and peace!!! 😉
The big rock is a special place… It was inhabited 4000 b.C. and many cultures, nations and religions claimed it for their own… Saint Paul’s co-cathedral in Valletta is amazingly baroque and luckily my brother pointed out the rare marble that was used, so I appreciated it a lot, although it is not at all my preferred style… Caravaggio blew me out of my socks! ( I LOVE bad translations 😉 ) Now I know why he is so widly laurelled.
The massive walls of Valetta make you think of pirates swarming the bays… It is a very special atmosphere… One of abundance and war over fictional values… What god would want you to kill people who love him differently? If you want to see how spirituality and ego-tripping religion have nothing to do with each other… check Malta.
And then there are… The flowers (WOW!!)… The bays… The little hidden gardens…
My picture count is running over 200 so there will be a second part to show you the beauty of the islands, but first a news flash… ;D
From the misty canals of Flanders to the beautiful hilly landscapes in the Périgord Noir to see my mother and Luk and then to the big rock in the Mediterranean Sea: Malta to see my father and Violaine….
My family is not so fond of pictures on the internet, but I wanted to show you guys a small selection of the amazing views….
Amélie, Nathalie’s daughter and my godchild, had her first birthday!!! To celebrate, we gave ourselves a treat by going to Plopsaland, an attraction park at the coast….
We had a good time making the cupcakes and had fun as little children!!! The Anubis accelerates from 0 to 90 km an hour in two seconds!! And makes seven loops in forty seconds!!!
WOW the fun and thrill!! Thanks all!!!
PS: I loved the interior decoration of Maya Land so much!!! I would love to live in a house like the big tree trunk with beautiful windows, giant mushrooms and flowers!!! 😀
I had lilies in my home!! For one night only, because it is extremely risky to have a big vase in a mobile home!! Aäron had a beautiful exhibition in Brussels, I was so happy to see some old friends! Thanks guys!!!
I got good news of deep friends and souls who are pregnant!!! Congrats, my dears!!! Welcome on this earth new lightbringers!!!
The meadows are beautiful if the sun is low…. Dusk and dawn can be such gracious moments….
The picture of the open bridges shows a lot of my mood on the road: chill… Have a musli if you’re stuck somewhere!!
It is a quite short post, but there are some long ones coming up!!! Kiss!!
I followed the canals from Moerkerke to Ghent… Actually you cannot really drive by car next to them: it’s only for bikes and people who live there, but I live everywhere I go, no?
At the Landhuis in Gent, a squatted facory building and surrounding grounds, where many peolpe from the neigbourhood make their small garden plots, I accidentally – since my plan was to go there a week earlier to find some friends of mine to help them with the gardening – found some young social work students who wanted to have an agriculture project for their studies, but they didn’t know how to start it, so I helped them by explaining how to work the ground, enrich it with compost, how they could organise the plot and how to seed… It was an amazing coincidence that brought us all a lot of fun!!
I got a new half price stash of water colors and even some media I never even knew existed… Thank you Gil!!! I will have a wonderful time painting if I find the time and place for it!! 😀 😀
We shared a wonderful day with Zita and Herbert in Ghent at the botanical garden… Zita loved it… I love the place… I have been volunteering there and helped Herbert out with the never ending job of maintaining the gardens… When you come there in the morning and the moist and perfumed air embraces you, you feel like walking in the garden of Eden… And we were extra lucky!! That day some poisonous dart frogs were coming to inhabit the Victoria greenhouse!!!