It’s Friday again, the time when music stars are falling from the sky, or now and then a whole nebula!
We’ve recently been to Paris and strolled along the banks of Seine, where all kinds of old stuff was being sold: postcards, posters, paintings, books.
Occasionally you stumble upon a really interesting artifact.
So we’ve spotted a brilliant version of Mona Lisa, which we named “Mona Lisa Plus” amongst ourselves. It looked so appropriate in the company of hundreds of canonical copies of Da Vinci’s work.
It’s an unusual review today: I’m writing about my experiences with the fastest-growing online supermarket chain in the Netherlands—Picnic—which has finally opened its virtual doors before me.
I’ve signed up for it a little more than a year ago and landed at the place 200+ on the waiting list at the moment.
Later I checked on the app several times but my number never changed so I forgot about it a while later.
As it turns out, you can make postcards yourself.
Furthermore, they will feel much more special and, with a bit of luck, prettier than ones from the store!
Bigger pictures are under the cut.
Amazing news for anyone planning to visit Saint Petersburg.
As of 1 october 2019 a simplified procedure for obtaining a Russian visa has become available. The so-called e-visa allows for visiting Saint Petersburg and the Leningrad region.
Tom Hegen, a German award-winning photographer specialising in aerial photography, has made absolutely stunning night photos of the Netherlands.
They feature dazzling light patches of greenhouses against the pitch-black background, so bright that they are clearly visible from space.
By the courtesy of Tom I’m publishing his Greenhouse Series photos in my blog today.
Nothing lasts forever, including clouds. Or, for example, one day you can lose your Cloudinary account and hence your access to the hosting altogether. Therefore the task of making a copy of your content is quite relevant.