Breakfast and close-up

Posted: January 29, 2011 in Uncategorized


From 365days

Close-up (no macro 😉 )

From 365days

My assignment for 2011 : a 365 days project with 52 themes. Each week I should post at least one photo. The themes for 2011 are :

  • Jan 01 Newness
  • Jan 03 Cold
  • Jan 10 Breakfast
  • Jan 17 Macro
  • Jan 24 Tired
  • Jan 31 Sleep
  • Feb 07 Body Parts
  • Feb 14 Romance
  • Feb 21 Spirit
  • Feb 28 Vegetables
  • Mar 07 Underneath
  • Mar 14 Spring/Autumn
  • Mar 21 Planning
  • Mar 28 Fools
  • Apr 04 Excitement
  • Apr 11 Work
  • Apr 18 Growth
  • Apr 25 Trees
  • May 02 Mother
  • May 09 Up
  • May 16 Anger
  • May 23 Temptation
  • May 30 Looking in
  • Jun 06 Party
  • Jun 13 Father
  • Jun 20 Swing
  • Jun 27 Lighting Experimentation
  • Jul 04 Red, White, Blue
  • Jul 11 Family
  • Jul 18 Summer/Winter
  • Jul 25 Time
  • Aug 01 Water
  • Aug 08 Shadows
  • Aug 15 Peace
  • Aug 22 Defeat
  • Aug 29 Sunset
  • Sep 05 Spice
  • Sep 12 The Kitchen
  • Sep 19 Autumn/Spring
  • Sep 26 Tools O
  • ct 03 Colors
  • Oct 10 My Neighbors
  • Oct 17 On The Shelf
  • Oct 24 Memories
  • Oct 31 Texture
  • Nov 07 Wind
  • Nov 14 Music
  • Nov 21 Gathering
  • Nov 28 Beyond Reach
  • Dec 05 Smiles
  • Dec 12 After
  • Dec 19 Winter/Summer
  • Dec 26 Oldness

Better late then never so I’ll have to make for the first three themes : a New Cold Breakfast 😉

If anybody has a suggestion on how to picture the week theme feel free to show me an example.




Ireland june 2010

Posted: December 7, 2010 in Uncategorized

Some pictures of my other travels.

In june we want to Ireland to do some cycling. Some impressions of the beautifull landscape can be found here

Ireland in pictures

Home sweet home – the end

Posted: October 30, 2010 in Uncategorized

After 18 days the Indian adventure comes to an end.

The courses where given, the knowledge was transfered, the colleagues are eager to start using their new found knowledge. Thanks for all the nice moments and gifts. In a few weeks some of you will come to Belgium and I hope you love your stay here as much as I did in India. Thanks to you all for reading, listening, viewing my blog.

I’ll have to find a new adventure for this blog (closer to home ;-)), all ideas are welcome.


Some pictures of the airport in India :

Videos I shot around a bus station and during the bus ride :

Auto Riksjas and the traffic

Posted: October 30, 2010 in Uncategorized

To give an impression on the auto riksjas in India and the traffic some videos :

Upside down :

Fort in Vellor and golden temple

Posted: October 24, 2010 in Uncategorized




I`ll tell you the whole story of our last Sunday another time but here are already some pictures about the fort in Vellor and the surroundings of the golden temple. Unfortunately it was not allowed to take pictures inside this temple. To give you an idea of the size I added a picture from google.


Temples in kanshipuran

Posted: October 23, 2010 in Uncategorized






Also this weekend we are on the road visiting temples. In kanshipuran we have visited three temples.after our visates we drove to vellore by non airco bus. The seats were very close together and not made for tall people. Luckily it was only two hours in a full packed bus (indian style) to vellore 😉

Visiting an Indian home

Posted: October 22, 2010 in Uncategorized


Because we missed (riksja driver drove in the wrong direction) the birthday party of his one year old son, an Indian colleague invited us to his home. After parking our shoes at the front door we got a flower necklace and red dot on our forehead to welcome us to their home. We were given original Belgium french fries and mayonnaise and an Indian sweet which were very good. We presented our gifts to their playful little boy who was more interested in the colorful packaging material then in the crocodile ;-).

After admiring the nice photo-book of the birthday party  we also noted a `happy birthday` and `best wishes` in the birthday party guest-book.

We also took some pictures of the hostess playing an Indian guitar (Tablature).

Before we left their home we were presented a gift for our wives, a very nice necklace.

I never felt more welcome in a home especially realizing I only met this colleague two weeks ago.

The hotel

Posted: October 20, 2010 in Uncategorized





As you can see from the pictures the hotel is very nice and you have a good view of the city.

I’ll add some pictures during the rest of my stay.