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2015 April In Pictures

I’m a bit late for April In Pictures, but I have a good excuse – I was travelling, returning just last night. Earlier this year I had decided to buy myself an airplane ticket to escape birthday celebrations and go gallivanting around England instead. I had a really good time, but more on that in a separate post.

Having just come back from vacation, I think all the impressions from that trip are still buzzing around in my head, because to be honest I can’t seem to remember much of April except that the weather was mostly good and I didn’t really have anything to complain about. Which is a good thing, so there’s no need for me to go waffling on – let’s just get to April’s pictures.

 

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7 thoughts on “2015 April In Pictures

  1. First: Congratulations 🙂

    I LOVE the idea of showing each month in pictures. I might steal that idea from you 😉 Did you enjoy your trip? Did you travel save and joyful?

    As usual, lovely photos. Your post-processing adds a very nice feminine touch to your work.

    Have a great Sunday!

    Warm regards,
    Tieme

    • Thank you very much, Tieme! I won’t mind you stealing the idea at all; in fact, I’m sure I must have seen something like it somewhere (even if I don’t really remember) that inspired me to do it.

      Yes, I had safe travels and a very enjoyable trip!

      Now I’m curious, though, where you see the “feminine touch” in my pictures! Is it all the flowery stuff? Or some of the household items?

      I’ve looked at other peoples photos – even landscapes – and thought of some of them that they had a “typical male” perspective, although I can’t quite determine what it was exactly that made me think it. So I’d really like to know your thoughts!

      Have a great Sunday!
      Kiki

      • Hi Kiki,

        I might just steal it 😉 Not sure yet.

        Good to read you had a great trip 🙂

        For me the feminine touch in your photos is the eye for detail. But also, because you tend to use a large aperture, use good soft light, and a great eye vivid colours. Men aren’t really known for their “eye for details” 🙂

        I think rough landscapes, strong clouds, deep blacks, rough lines and such represent a masculine photo.

        But that is just a first idea. I should search deeper and write a blog about that!

        It has been quite an inspiring visit to your blog 🙂

        Cheers,
        Tieme

      • Thanks for your reply! Yes, I guess that makes sense to me. Also, I think you should do a blog post on the differences, that would be really interesting!

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