It dawned on me the other day, as I was leaving for work, that you can always recognise the seasons by the smell of the air outside. I wanted to check if that was a valid observation, so I did a mental recap of all the months of the calendar and came to the following conclusion: January and February smell like a new year that … Continue reading You always find answers in the smell of the morning air.
I remember reading a leaflet about Stockholm when I visited last year. It was about the programme it put in place to turn its tube stations into individual art pieces and I remember thinking how exciting an idea it was: take spaces that are usually made out of grey concrete slabs and turning them into unique pieces of work. And just like that, tube stations … Continue reading Snapshots of the largest art gallery in the world.
Luckily, there are plenty of old cars to admire in London. Although I suspect we call them “vintage”, not “old” in this part of the world. Here are some that I snapped walking through the city at different moments in time. Continue reading Old cars are some of my favourite tricks.