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Framed – February a little late, but still

So, it’s already way into March, about time to look back at last month, yes? And you know February is a really short month , I don’t feel blame for looking back when it’s almost April, haha. Also my mind is still somehow in February, men are blocking the thinking. I really don’t know if you want to know about such stuff. You know I’m single and don’t have the life of your average “knitting and writing about it and my happy little life in a blog” person. There is no husband who brings me flowers without no reason or two small kids that smile funnily into the camera. I’m single, I enjoy (and struggle) with the ups and down this comes with. 

berlin unicorn grafitti

Framed – Jan 2017 – the orange explosion

ha, I just realise how fitting todays title is in two kinda ways. My blog went through the roof, cause of my orange Cyclone hat and then there is the orange political thing. I don’t want to talk about that though. I’m only glad that a lot of people use the power they have as people. Democracy is people after all.

So, my January, right? Well first back to the orange theme. Oh my !!! I would have never ever believed that such a simple hat pattern would create such a hype. Don’t get me wrong, I love it. It’s just so ridiculous! This blog has already over 40% of last years total visits. It’s January folks! January.. and more than 40% of people. It’s crazy. THANK YOU!!

lumix lx100

On the Lumix LX100 – a review, sort of

first things first, I’m not a professional review writer, I have no “professional” idea on the deep technologies of a camera, nor am I sponsored. I’m just a girl who likes to take pretty pictures, has used cameras for as long as she can remember (I’m not saying a number here, cause I don’t wanna feel old) and recognises great photography when she sees it.

So I come from DSLR, last two cameras where Nikon. I loved those, the pictures they made where awesome, but guess what, with mobiles being able to snatch good pictures on the go, nowadays I never had a Nikon in my bag. So the “real” picture taking was only special occasions with a big and heavy camera. And eventually the fire burning inside of me for