happy photography students in the gardenfairyland (:
there are these few lovely days when you do appreciate where you live - CORNWALL, that you have student experience exactly here and nowhere else, but these are very rare days tbh. But it is nothing to do being in UK/Britishness whatsoever… You know, it is sometimes,so, tiring to be alone and of explaniotons and translations, because in thoughts I am never here, so, that is my weakness why I so don’t enjoy here while thinking of home and family, friends there. But it is over in couple of days… Will miss this ocean near you, the landscape, but not the rain. (:
it is different when i am abroad for student life and nomad life. after university wherever ill be it will be different and better. because future always is brighter.
I am too tired to write about today…. sleepy. was great!:)
that day was so good for a nice cornish walk. We saw rocks and shells, and creepy bugs, and boats, and yachts (appearently , silly latvian pronounces yacht in a very latvian way haha) and lots of Britishness things because of lovely THE Qeeuns Jubilee. Especially those two installations in/or near Flushing was iiincredible!!!
I wish I had a car while I have lived here, I bet I would have enjoyed it more than I have.
I still got two of the blue tea cups I painted. I still want to do that idea for the image I have with this cup, but more I begin shooting stuff for project, more I seem to do less ‘library stuff’. And I don’t want to finish everything in the last two days, I want that my hand in/birthday day is calm,peacefull and lovely. That I am sitting at the beach in the morning waiting for sunrise… :) And then go to uni to HAND IN. I will definitely have glass of white wine early that day.
Just updated the portfolio fro FREE RANGE SHOW in London 21-25 June, 2012!
Here is the link to my ‘portfolio’ , I might change or update it more later. http://members.free-range.org.uk/cgi-bin/member_portfolio.pl?key=20107_517865.145186992
oh snapshots on hasselblad, for real? i wasted film, skipped few frames, left them empty, oh dear.