Using the sun to make a rhetorical point on the climate crisis – watch the video…Â
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everything was painted brigt red. The walls. The ceilings. The floors. Even the inside of the toiletbowls. And this octopus (made of glass, slightly obscene) was waiting in an ocean of red by the zink…
One of my favourite spots in Seattle are the Ballard Locks connecting the freshwater-lakes Lake Union and Lake Washington and salty Puget Sound. I can spend hours watching the locks fill up to lift the ships to another waterlevel – or let the water out to lower the ships. Close to the locks is a [...]
Since the Seattle fish jugglers hit the big time, I have wanted to see them. And tomorrow they will be performing in Copenhagen grace of ‘Fish Day’ (that is not Friday).
Another piece of wavy architecture – literally placed ON the waves, shaped in wavy patterns and created for the “masses” to enjoy the waves – the magnificent Kastrup Seawater Lido is well worth a visit when in Copenhagen. It’s very close to the Copenhagen Airpost, so the next time your plane is severely delayed you [...]
After having endured a somewhat constrained childhood the young waves spluttered into adolescence
Check out this cool, wavy stove I stumpled upon when I visited some friends in an old, Danish summerhouse a few weeks ago. Easy to clean, too!
Last summer I had the privilege to houseboat-sit one of the amazing houseboats in Lake Union, Seattle.Â What an amazing life: to be alive, asleep and awake on the rolling wake of waterplanes landing and small boats cruising the subbtle waters. And as the icing on the cafe, this is what the mailboxes looked like: [...]
Looking at theseÂ beautiful rootsÂ reminds me of the diversity of mangroves. Rhizomes of mangrove swamps are unique in the sense that they can deal with water as well as drought. They can adapt to low levels of oxygen as well as limit their intake of salt.Â Furthermore, mangroves protect coastlines from erosion by waves. Adaptation is really [...]
A touch of fibonacci while descending and ascending the waves above…Â
Baby bathing-suits with built-in life-belts…
Public holiday June 11 – Unusually big waves in one of Sydney’s safest and most popular snorkelling locations, the Clovelly seawater pool. Kids love this kind of wild weather. A big wave ran over the barrier and took the little boy down from his bike shortly before this photo was taken. However, some people ran [...]
…in the waves, finally back on the ground inspired by this beautiful shoe.
…ever so slowly growing a splash of woody roots. The image reminds me of these waves.