Fall seems to be arriving faster than expected, don’t you think? We just got used to those warm summer evenings, when sitting outside – on a balcony, in a cafe, or by the lake – seemed like the best moment of your life. And then, suddenly, those very evenings got, well, colder. September always sounds alarming, in a way. Kids go back to school, people get back from holidays, the madness of fashion weeks kicks in – there is this prevailing aura of urgency in the air. Things need to be done, and they need to be done NOW.
Well, before we all switch on the work mode, perform a wardrobe overhaul and pull out those knee boots out of the darkest depths of the closet – I am taking a moment to reminisce about my summer trips. Looking back at those past few months I realized I’ve been to quite a few beautiful places, the memory of which will be fueling my batteries during those long, less sunny, winter months. After all, isn’t life about collecting memories?
Cut-outs by Matisse, exhibition at Tate Modern, London/UK
Taking an afternoon stroll, after seeing BP Portrait Award 2014 exhibition at National Portrait Gallery, London
Grand finale of Cubania by Carlos Acosta at the Royal Opera House, London
Romeo and Juliet, part of this year’s Festival d’Avignon, Provence
The breathtaking installation Klimt and Vienna at Carrrieres de Lumieres in Provence
Hanging out with kids at the SOS Children’s Village Summer Camp in Lidzbark Warminski/Poland
Relaxing spot on the roof of a tree house near Nałęczów/Poland
A true gem for all nature lovers – Korolowa Chata in Nowoberezowo/Poland
For more photos from Fuerteventura click HERE.
For more photos from Podlasie (Northeast Poland) click HERE.
To see more pictures from the visit to an SOS Children’s Village summer camp click HERE.