Tag Archives: Greece


Failure is part of art – the elephant’ turning Greek is my proof

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In a way I am happy to be able to say tat the elephants turning Greek project was a failure. I am not saying, I am happy that I didn’t paint as much as I wanted to, but I am … Continue reading


Gone with the wind

Yesterday afternoon the wind started to pick up and by the time we tried to fall asleep it was a good size storm with gusts up to 50 mph. It is quite unsettling to be creative in a spot where … Continue reading


Life is good

Yesterday I finally used the brushes and the canvas to start my first painting, which was a uplifting moment. After spending some quality time with my travel companion, laughing and joking sitting on the beach, we explored a new part … Continue reading


Time traveling

It is hot and my backpack seems heavier as my own weight. My shoulders hurt and my knees ache while all other travelers happily pas me pulling their easy rolling trolleys behind them. No one, other than me and my … Continue reading


The elephant turns Greek – for a week

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There is a good and a not so good thing about looking for the right (paying) job. The not so good thing is obvious – money becomes an issue. The good thing is that time is there in abundance to … Continue reading