Here’s a wallpaper version of yesterdays poster:
The exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power station is teeming with life. As humans were evacuated from the area 20 years ago, animals moved in. Existing populations multiplied and species not seen for decades, such as the lynx and eagle owl, began to return.
“Nuclear Guardian” is inspired by a heart-breaking story of how animal life has started to return to the area that was once irradiated by the Chernobyl nuclear meltdown.
Some days are better than others. For me, this Monday was one of the better.
Despite not being able to sleep until 3 o’clock last night, it took only till some 9.30 o’clock this morning for things to turn from the Monday Blues to the Monday Greens.
- I got Star Wars tickets
- 4 x Valerian
- Noscope May is out of the door
- It’s spring!
Three of them. Good seats in the digital cinema of Imperial, the day after the May 19th premiere.
I managed to pick up no less than 4 Valerian albums. Valerian (or in danish: Linda & Valentin) is an excellent comic-book series which I have just started collecting. Among these 4 albums were the much sought-after #1, although in a not so excellent condition.
Well, image 4 needs a little touching up, but still it means there’s almost a month till I have to start thinking again.
Although it rained in Copenhagen today, it was the sort of rain & thunder that means winter is gone for good (or at least for half a year). Let it rain, let it rain, let it rain.
And so, to celebrate this turn of events, I present to you these three spring/summer/greenery-themed wallpapers:
Available in 1600×1200 & 1280×1024
Noscope November is a celebration of the most beautiful of autumns I have experienced in years. The leaves are saturated more than ever before, and the sky has been gray in the most wonderful way.
October was a good month for me. While I was busy as ever with moving from Vesterbro to Amager, it’s been a great experience, and I’m thrilled with my new locations. In fact, Image #1, my personal favourite of the 5, was taken not long from my new apartment.
But October did not only present me with a new apartment, it also presented me with a fantastic trip to Sweden with some of my close friends. We sat under the cold cold night sky, around the fire in the garden, packed in layers of sweaters we found in our house. We counted shooting stars, while drinking white russians. On the last day, we grilled dinner down by the barn, with extra coal due to the sub zero temperature. Those are moments to remember.
Naturally all those events saturated the leaves extra for me, and as such, this is a tribute to mother nature and all the fantastic events she can present to us. I hope you’ll all have a great autumn.
The beautiful musical track is called “Red Tide”, and was initially composed for May 2003. You can download the full-length song from Kate, but consider purchasing her bands CD, “The Aqua Path” for 10 USD (+ shipping) at cdbaby.com.