A cake in the cup

Sometimes late at night or on a short brake while writing suddenly I get an unbearable craving. For something sweet. With a chocolate. Like a cake. Then usually I bake the cake in a cup. I found this recipe  long time ago in a blog of one Lithuanian couple living in Australia. I could not … Continue reading

Endless Sky

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:

Shrove Tuesday

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

Carpentry Shop Revisited: Contrasts

Love observing and collecting strange images, unexpected angles and perspectives of everyday things: it makes me never stop being amazed by the beauty of the mundane. Few more pictures from the carpentry workshop again. Some contrasts this time.

Winter Still

The days are getting longer here and few days ago we managed to have a quick trip in late afternoon to check the garden not far away from Reykjavik. It is almost no snow in town so it was a bit of a surprise that we found there: everything covered in deep snow. The place … Continue reading

Burning Sky

Morning is not my time of the day – I like to stay late at night. Still getting up early makes you spot some amazing things, like sunrise.  


Do not allow the Christmas rush to worn you out. Have a break and pamper yourself a bit. Refresh and look around: there are lots of beauty out there. Water, ice, fresh basil leaves, fresh oregano, fresh strawberry leaves,  sliced lemon and tangerine.

Everyday Design Tips II

Here are two more of my everyday design tips. I hope it will be useful one day.

Christmas Cards 2013

  So this it it: my this year’s Christmas cards. I called it “The Angel of Everyday Rush”. Dedicated to all my loved ones and all the busy bees I know. Happy Waiting for the Miracle 🙂    

Drama In The Sky

I always felt like I missed watching the skies in my childhood. Love doing it now!