When driving, much like in life, I often feel some unreasonable need to get where I’m going so fast that I can’t and won’t stop for much. A scenic lookout. A coffee in some quiet town. An aged cabin and changing tree. But this day, I stopped. And I’m so glad I did.
Exactly 2 weeks ago, I had such fond memories of this place. Dined in the seaside patio, devoured some fresh lobsters and ended it with a stroll on the dock with my dearest ones. Ughhh, I wish I could live like this forever. A simple, quiet living is all I ever dreamed of. And yes, by the beach! 😉Happy #weekend fellas! 😘 💕
We stopped in at The Wellington Arms for a long lunch. Stuffed courgette flowers, gnocchi, pot pie and the most delicious homemade bread. The perfect reward for a long walk! I was so full I couldn’t fit in the treacle tart... and now I’m regretting it! Lesson learned... always have pudding!
I have to admit that today I was already thinking about how to spend this Christmas... 🎄🎅🏻 Is is too early? 😁 In my mind we will spend it somewhere in the north and in a nice cottage where we can chill by the fire (with maybe even some snow!) We will probably be looking after our friends’ dog too over Xmas so it’s gonna be fun 🐕🐕😊
It‘s that time of the year when I pack all my beautiful, colorful clothes and change them with my not so colorful winter clothes 🖤
I‘m absolutely amazed by this year‘s fall! 🍁 I think I‘ve never experienced a more beautiful year than 2018 🌞
How about you? How was the weather at your country?
I normally don’t post many portraits or people here, but this trip to Tibet can be an exception.
For the past five days I’ve been exploring the main cities of Tibet (Lhasa and Shigatse), which hosts the biggest amount of monks in the country. We visited countless monasteries and all of them blew my mind - so much history, details, colors and unique people.
The story of Tibet is fascinating. A country moved by its religion that was invaded and taken by a powerful army in the 60’s, forced to lose its identity and cooperate with another government that mostly wanted to benefit from its economical potential.
Still, it’s possible to notice that everyone is happy in Tibet and their traditional lifestyle and devotion isn’t gone. And more than that, they all look hopeful of a brighter future for the country.
Thanks Tibet for showing me a part of the human being I had never seen before, I hope I can come back soon🙏🏻
Shot on 35mm and inspired by @pie_aerts
Sometimes you kinda fall in love with ideas and moments. And of course also in Cars. For Gelatino, it was the case for us. This moment and the idea to just stay where you want to be filled our hearts with joy. Let’s see what’s next. I will definitely not stop to think about an own Bulli Projekt now.
The beachfront of Atrani overlooking the Amalfi Coast. The afternoon turned out to be lot better than forecasted. Off season travel is wonderful because normally imagine yourself sitting shoulder to shoulder with everyone else.