2017 April In Pictures

April was quite a diverse month, both weather- and photography-wise. The weather showed both its pleasant as well as its unpleasant side, as is typical for April. With regards to photography, I did much more than in the previous months, both outside and inside. I made some DIY photography backgrounds/surfaces, and I enjoyed testing them as you will see below.

At the end of April I traveled first to Edinburgh, and then on to London, where I was happy to meet fellow photography blogger Laura of eljaygee for the second time after our meeting in December last year.

All in all, April was a balanced mix of positives and not so positives. I’m still looking for an apartment, but I got to go on vacation. My business trip to Rome was cancelled, but I’ll be traveling to the Dutch North Sea coast next month. I still haven’t broadened my photographic horizon as much as I would have liked, but I’m on a good course. So no complaints, really. Let’s see what May brings.

How was April for you?

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3 thoughts on “2017 April In Pictures

  1. especially love 2nd one of this april collection. You have a great eye for negative space! am sure readers will want to know more about how you do your DIY photography backgrounds/surfaces…
    p.s. thank for being my photoshoot companion – took a lot of duds that day and sifting out better ones now

    • Thank you, Laura! I took a lot of pointless ones, too! Just as we’d been discussing, I sifted through the pics and with many of them I thought “WHY!?”

      Ha – after your comment I looked at the collection again; I was surprised to find quite a few using negative space, I hadn’t even been aware of that…

      It was a great pleasure seeing you again! Third time’s the charm, though, isn’t it 😉 – so I hope we’ll meet again before your move!

      • Well at least our day was not pointless ❤ look forward to next time and seeing which of your photos that passed the pointless test!
        Ps instagram is likely to be the negative spacer

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