Diving & Komodo

This photo and underwater photos by Laura F. When I travel I divide my journey into legs in my head. They usually relate to time spent in a certain place or with a certain person. This one I spent on the edge of Komodo National Park in a little resort only accessible by boat. Had […]

Lembongan’s Unlikely Events

Sorry about the terrible layout and possible typos, writing this on the iPad. Asia. It’s the warm air that engulfed me upon stepping outside of the airport and that unmistakable smell whcih tell me I’ve returned. It’s not the same as before, especially considering I’m here with my parents for now, but there still is […]


The Princess and the Magikarp

Once upon a time in a fantastic realm, there lived a Princess. Her world was inhabited by creatures called Pokémon and the Princess played with them as if they were her friends. However, there was something missing in her life – from early on she had been told that every Princess needed a Prince, and […]


16.000 km is mildly problematic

When people hear ‘our’ story they sometimes spin a fairytale out of it. “You’ve only met for one day and are together now? That’s unreal!” “I can’t believe you got to know each other through letters – that’s so romantic.” “He’s liked you all that time? It sounds like a true love story.” They tell […]


16.000 km is not a distance

“Each time we say “IRL,” “face-to-face,” or “in person” to mean connection without screens, we frame what is “real” or who is a person in terms of their geographic proximity rather than other aspects of closeness — variables like attention, empathy, affect, erotics, all of which can be experienced at a distance. We should not […]


Thinking Eva

Sometimes I get ideas and usually they range from moderately crazy to impossible from the get-go. When you have an idea like that, no matter which kind, because it comes to you while riding your bike or desperately trying to sleep, you need to do everything in your might to make it possible. So when […]



Monochrome photographs are nothing new to the world. They are used often for portraits, wedding pictures, baby pictures, and of course on other accounts. It makes photographs more simple, smoother, shifts the focus. Oftentimes it makes people look more beautiful, it erases blotches and colours to the effect of an all around smoother skin. It […]


Once Upon a Time… literally

… and figuratively as well. They both go hand in hand, and as one might guess it’s about the prose section on this blog. Originally I had not intended to include it for various reasons, but then again for various reasons, now I feel that I should. I used to write a lot when I was younger […]



Sheets of paper, sheets of linen. Sheets of comfort, calm, of passion, of fear. Who are you, why are you here? When have you grown? This is my home. Leave the sheets. Stay in the creases. I dont care for your despair. I am not the one who pleases. I belong here, make you see. […]



Traveling might be my favorite thing to do, and it is for many people. The reasons for it are numerous: the sights, the tastes, the adventure, the variety, the personal growth and the people you meet – those unshowered, harem pants hippie back packers who are determined to give you the time of your life. […]