Thursday, December 23, 2010

Cooky







he was the happiest craziest creature
once he was around 
he knew how to make us smile 
make us laugh make us feel happy
 my one and only dog

I'm going to miss you so much

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

22.12


Wednesday 22nd of December , one of the saddest day I ever had


Saturday, December 18, 2010

The Wondrous Chestnut Tale






"Drop us please", the chestnuts cried
And as he shook his branches the tree smiled
All the chestnuts hit the ground
Colouring the grass with deepdark brown

Among the chestnuts big and small
Lived the smallest of them all
He tried to shine like all the others
But never as bright as his sisters or brothers

"Pick me, pick me", cried the chestnut to the deer
"Look no further for I am here!"
But the deer did not hear the chestnut's cry
For he was merely passing by

"See me, see me", said the chestnut to the bird
But though he called, he was not heard
The creature left without a goodbye
It spread its wings and flew to the sky

"Take me, take me", he said to all the children around
He tried to shine harder as they picked the chestnuts from the ground
But though he tried as well as he could
It was never as bright as his brothers and sisters would

The chestnut cried, so all alone
Until the poor thing no longer shone
Bitter and silently he started to weep
Until he finally fell asleep

He slowly sunk into the ground
Until he was nowhere to be found
And so he slumbered for years and years
No one saw him, not the children, not the deers

Winters, Springs and Summers passed by
All through Autumn in his sleep he would cry
Through sunshine, rain, snow and ice
Until the chestnut finally opened his eyes

Oh, he stood so proud, he stood so tall
He was the most beautiful of them all
Of what you ask? Well, listen to me
The chestnut turned into a big, strong tree

And on his branches, thick and strong
Were his children all along
"Drop us, please", the chestnuts cried
And as he shook his branches the tree smiled












by Dawn Jansen








Friday, December 17, 2010

cat walks

























this afternoon while walking i followed some cat steps in the snow i followed i followed them , until i got lost













Tuesday, December 14, 2010

gamelike






before you go sleep , play this little game , is really tricky but pleasant

*click on the image to play

*start from searching the trees ;)

goodnight



wooden box














 today i found a wooden box 
i was wondering, what should i transform it to? 











Friday, December 10, 2010

Thursday, December 09, 2010

the last time i saw dolphins










i was 17
on a ship
going back home











i was really excited , i miss that 








Tuesday, December 07, 2010

kongming lantern














today i'll make a wish ,

i'm going to wish that one night
all my beloved persons , family and friends
will reunite and we'll light up the sky with little light fires ,
is going to be beautiful!












Saturday, December 04, 2010

snow sister
















Once upon a time there was an old man and his wife, who had no children, no grandchildren at all. One feast day they went outside and watched other people's children making snowmen and throwing snowballs at one another. The old man picked up a snowball and said to his wife:
"If only you and I had a little daughter as white and chubby as this, wife!"
The old woman looked at the snowball, shook her head and said: "Well, we haven't and there's no getting one now, so there!" But the old man took the snowball into the cottage, lay it in a pot, covered it with a piece of cloth and placed it on the window-sill. When the sun rose, it warmed the pot and the snow inside began to melt. Suddenly the old couple heard a lisping sound in the pot under the piece of cloth. They ran up to take a look, and there in the pot lay a little girl, as white and chubby as a snowball.
"I am Little Snow Girl, rolled from the snow of spring, warmed and browned by the sun of spring," she said to them.
The man and his wife were beside themselves with joy. They took her out, and the old woman began sewing her some pretty clothes, while the old man wrapped her in a towel, rocked her and sang this lullaby:
Sleep, Little Snow Girl, sleep,
Our tasty bun so sweet,
Rolled from the snow of spring,
Warmed by the sun of spring.
We'll give you drink a-plenty,
We'll give you food galore,
And make you such a pretty dress
And teach you four times four.
. So Little Snow Girl grew up, a joy to the old couple. She was good and clever, as little girls are in fairy tales, but very rarely in real life.
Everything was going well for the old couple and their livestock. The cattle got through the winter safely, and in spring they put the chickens back into the yard. But no sooner had the moved them from the house to the hen-coop, than the trouble started. A fox came up to the old man's dog Zhuchka, pretending to be ill, and begged her in a whining voice:
"Dear little Zhuchka of the white paws and silky tail, please let me go and warm up in the hen-coop!"
Zhuchka had been with the old man in the forest all day and she didn't know that the old woman had put the chickens back into the coop. So she took pity on the fox and let her in. The fox killed two chickens and dragged them off home. When the old man found out, he gave Zhuchka a beating and drove her out of the yard.
"Be off with you," he said. "You're no good to me as a watchdog!" So Zhuchka left the old couple's house, whimpering, and only the old woman and Little Snow Girl felt sorry for her.
Summer came, the berries ripened, and Little Snow Girl's friends asked her to come berry-picking in the forest with them. The old man and his wife would not hear of it. But Little Snow Girl's friends promised faithfully not to let go of her hand, and Little Snow Girl herself begged the old couple to let her go berry-picking and see what the forest was like. So in the end they gave her a basket and a piece of pie and let her go.
The girls set off holding Little Snow Girl's hand, but as soon as they got to the forest and saw all the berries, they forgot about everything else and ran off in all directions, picking berries and hallooing to one another.
They filled their baskets with berries, but lost Little Snow Girl in the forest.
Little Snow Girl called out, but no one replied. The poor mite began to cry. She tried to find the path, but got even more lost than before. So she climbed a tree and shouted: "Halloo! Halloo!" Up came Bear, crunching the dry branches and bending the bushes. "What's the matter, my pretty one?"
"Halloo! I'm Little Snow Girl, rolled from spring snow and browned by the spring sun. My girlfriends asked my grandparents to let me go with them into the forest, but now they've left me all alone!" "Come down," said Bear. "I'll take you home." "No, Bear," Little Snow Girl replied. "I won't go with you. I'm afraid of you. You'll eat me!" So Bear went away.
Up ran Grey Wolf.
"Why are you crying, my pretty one?" "Halloo! I'm Little Snow Girl, rolled from spring snow and browned by the spring sun. My girlfriends asked my grandparents to let me go berry-picking with them in the forest, and now they've left me all alone!"
"Climb down," said Wolf. "I'll take you home!"
"No, Wolf, I won't go with you. I'm afraid of you. You'll eat me." So Wolf went away. Then Fox came up. "Why are you crying, my pretty one?"
"Halloo! I'm Little Snow Girl, rolled from spring snow and browned by the spring sun. My girlfriends asked my grandparents to let me go berry-picking with them in the forest, and now they've left me all alone!"
"Never mind, my poor little pretty one! Come down quickly, and I'll take you home!"
"No, Fox of the honeyed words. I'm afraid of you. You'll lead me to Wolf or give me to Bear. I'm not going with you!"
Fox began stalking round the tree, looking at Little Snow Girl and trying to lure her down, but the little girl would not go.
"Wuff, wuff, wuff!" barked a dog in the forest.
"Halloo there, Zhuchka!" cried Little Snow Girl. "Halloo, my darling doggy! It's me, Little Snow Girl, rolled from spring snow and browned by the spring sun. My girlfriends asked my grandparents to let me go berry-picking with them in the forest, and now they've left me all alone. Bear wanted to carry me off, but I wouldn't go. Wolf wanted to take me away, but I refused. And Fox tried to lure me down, but I wouldn't be tricked by her. But I'll go with you, Zhuchka!"
At the sound of the dog barking, Fox turned tail and fled for dear life. Little Snow Girl climbed down the tree. Zhuchka rushed up, licked her face all over and set off home with her.
Bear was hiding behind a tree-stump, Wolf was skulking in a glade and Fox was lurking in the bushes.
Zhuchka barked loudly, and they were so frightened that they dared not come close.
They arrived home, and the old couple wept for joy. They fed Little Snow Girl, put her in her nice cosy bed and sang:


Sleep, Little Snow Girl, sleep,
Our tasty bun so sweet,
Rolled from the snow of spring,
Warmed by the sun of spring.
We'll give you drink a-plenty,
We'll give you food galore,
And make you such a pretty dress
And teach you four times four.
Zhuchka was forgiven. They gave her a nice saucer of milk and put her back in her old kennel to guard the house again.








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Twelve years ago my sister was born , a day like today , a snowing day
even though she's growing up , she'll always be our little snow girl
& my brother and i will always protect her like Zhuchka,












Friday, December 03, 2010

(preview.)










working in the Studio
hope something good will be created in there

(preview.)




















Thursday, December 02, 2010

Dinners














today i had two wonderful dinners

one in my academy with my schoolmates and prof.


when i came home my father invited me and my cousins to dinner
it was 23:00 it's a late night dinner but still counts , 
we had a wonderful time in a little little night restaurant

so that makes two wonderful dinners.

Monday, November 29, 2010

ice-cream















it might be - 4°C degrees outside

 but we still can have a delicious ice-cream with 

bananas and strawberries














Sunday, November 28, 2010

loveliest creature











Because sometimes we really are lovely creatures

                                                             by Savoir Adore



















Friday, November 26, 2010

Sunday, November 21, 2010

λαβύρινθος











In Greek mythology, the Labyrinth (Greek λαβύρινθος labyrinthos) was an elaborate structure designed and built by the legendary artificer Daedalus for King Minos of Crete at Knossos. Its function was to hold the Minotaur, a creature that was half man and half bull and was eventually killed by the Athenian hero Theseus. Daedalus had made the Labyrinth so cunningly that he himself could barely escape it after he built it. Theseus was aided by Ariadne, who provided him with a skein of thread, literally the "clew", or "clue", so he could find his way out again.























Saturday, November 13, 2010









another day in the studio
something good is going on


:-))









Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Pier Papier Litho





went to the exposition of Bruno Robbe , Pier Papier Litho
he's an amazing artist and a great professeur'

(click on the second picture for more infos)























Tuesday, November 09, 2010

Gallows









one of my favoured song of the last 6 months came into picture some days ago, exactly what i was dreaming every time i close my eyes while listening to it
































Sunday, November 07, 2010

golden ship








 
the sunset streaming across the ocean
 
some photos i took in a ship last summer

on my way to Athens 

 behind the half- invisible textile