It appears that I have never told you about my old apartment in Vilnius. Finally when I managed to pull this interior together and began to love it I moved to Iceland. I have never made proper pictures of it. These are made by real estate agents 5 years ago. It was a one bedroom … Continue reading
Loved this sea salt package design, especially the unexpected orange color inside. Well, maybe not so unexpected. There are details in orange on the outside of the package.
No you probably have not. This is Zebrahestur(Zebra) and Rebbi(Fox). I have finished them long time ago so it is a bit strange that you have never met before. It happens. Tígrisdýr (Tiger) is next. See you after few years
Busy doing nothing. Nothing is when it is no significant, visible results to show. Well still had some time to decorate the house. Me and my daughter were cutting pumpkins. Happy Halloween!
Happy Ester to everybody! In Lithuania we say Linksmų Šventų Velykų! (Merry Holly Easter!) In Iceland we say Gleðilega páska! (Merry Eater!)
Often the accident leads to unexpected effects. The picture above was taken on the New year’s night through the window. The reflection have got into it. Now you can see the past, the present and the future in the same picture. Polar sunrise and lazy photographer made a perfect combination in this picture: sharp outlines … Continue reading
You all know it by now. I just can not stop doing it. Watching the sky. Sunrise above the Blue Mountains. Promising. The sky above Perllan restaurant (on the hill) and Reykjavik domestic airport. Calling: Snowing: Burning: Gilding:
It is Shrove Tuesday today. The dinner for today is both Icelandic and Lithuanian this year. In Iceland it is boiled salted lamb with yellow peas soup eaten on Shrove Tuesday. In Lithuania all kinds of pancakes are eaten. The old Lithuanian tradition says that pancakes and other fat food must be eaten up to … Continue reading
(photo: Resteita) I love browsing through rental property advertisements getting some inspiration. There are so many interesting and beautiful things you can find there. (photo: ProReal) Can you imagine, it is downtown Vilnius? (photo: ProReal)
Few months ago my daughter became very interested in paper cutting and we had quite a collection of beautiful snowflakes of all colors and shape. I love paper cutting too. We decided not to hide this beauty rather to display it on the wall in my daughter’s room. We fixed the decorations to the wall … Continue reading