Winter's here, all at once.
A festival with light-themed artworks in central Uppsala.
...and now for something different, but kinda the same?
Lately I've been binging Berm Peak, previously known as Seth's Bike Hacks, and just like Educational Youtube it's one of those gems you find on YouTube. It has certainly inspired me, and although Seth is more gear-focused than I am with my now 19 year old bike, he keeps the joy of biking in the center.
"So you survived the day of the cinnamon bun?"
"Yes, we sold about a thousand of them."
"And now, you're happy to not see any of them until next year?"
"Oh no, I'm mad about cinnamon buns!"
My new favorite café.
Even places where kids laugh and play can seem eerily deserted and sad when there's nobody there.
I like all seasons, for different reasons - late summers always bring those comfortably warm evenings and golden sunsets where the world is embedded in amber. Perfect weather for biking around, and perfect weather for taking photos. Also, biking helps you scout out good spots and move between them while the sunset is in progress.
Sophisticated MIDI keyboards like the Roland A-800PRO let you operate more than one instrument from them by splitting the keys into zones. For example, you can play background strings with the left side of the keyboard and the main instrument with the right side. But if all you have is an old Casiotone CT-640, you'll have to do it in software. For that, we'll use loopMIDI and MidiLayer.
It had rained, so I rushed home, grabbed the camera... ...and did not regret doing that.
These springs dot the landscape in Bulgaria. Great for road trips, where you just bring some empty bottles and can refill them as you go.
An abandoned mineral bath hotel.
The third largest monastery in Bulgaria (after the Rila and Bachkovo monasteries).
Probably some other utility box in there, but it's a really unique form of street art.
A monument to the liberation of Bulgaria.