Tuesday, February 14, 2017


Here are more pictures from our Italian trip. It is our third, no wait, fourth Italian trip that we did as a family. This time we took the train from Torino and went down half of the country to Tuscany, Arezzo. It was a Piero della Francesca hunt. The little guy survived, again. He actually started liking parts of our trips when we were outside and he asked lot of questions, the little curious guy. We are good at taking these trips in the worst weather. Ultimately, it has its advantages. Not many tourists to no people at all. Oh, those cheap airplane tickets and damned airbnb services, they ruin all the pleasures of experiencing the foreign countries in their pure qualities, don't they? Yeah, yeah, our airbnb apartment was pretty good...

Saturday, February 11, 2017

We went to Turin

You gotta love your Guarino Guarini!

The 8th picture is from the show of Wael Shawky in Fondazione Merz in Turin. Part of the film were these crazy African structures of - I dont have a slight idea of what it is, I guess I can find on the internet easily but I dont need to know that badly. Yet another contribution to experiencing architecture during our trip.

Saturday, December 24, 2016

Merry Christmas!

I used to be more carefree about Christmas. Now, that Domík likes it so much, I make everything to satisfy him. The penguins seem happy, that is for sure. Merry Christmas!

Sunday, December 4, 2016

We have been to London

I went to London after a long time. I don't understand how come that I did not like it so much in 1995. I must have been super sensitive and emotional or something. London used to be gloomy for me. And maybe white. This time it was colorful and happy. I guess I am more happy, too. I had a sense for despair back than and I could see it pretty much anywhere I looked. I don't have that precious sensor anymore. I don't know whether it is good.

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Stories within

Domík and I, we like composing things in an image.

Sunday, October 9, 2016


 I took Domík for a walk. It was a long walk. He played, rang, sang, threw stones. It is our summer beach. There was nobody this time of the year. It is so pretty! Just a few fishermen around. Fall no longer seems melancholic to me. Cold and little rainy, who would regret it? Our cottage just stands there, waiting.

Thursday, September 8, 2016


These empty pupae appeared after construction workers had pulled down plaster from the house. The pupae are made of the same matter as the plaster. At least part of it. So they are basically cement. They look great. They say the insect is some kind of wasp. I have no idea. The pupae are about 2 cm long each.