Pottery: how, when and why

Pottery: how, when and why

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Pottery: how, when and why

Pottery: how, when and why

I started experimenting with clay during the first lockdown in Vienna. It was a way for me to entertain myself at home, as I spent all the lockdowns alone …

I bought clay and started with making ring holders using my hands. When the lockdown was lifted, I searched for pottery courses in Vienna but they were all fully booked. I remember how desperate was I for not finding available courses loI…

One day I accidentally passed by a new pottery studio, which happened to be in my neighbourhood, and asked firstly if they offer lessons, and secondly if there are available places. This is where and how I had my first official lesson on the wheel.

Months later I came to Chania for a two months stay. This is where I got really lucky with pottery because the ceramic studio was 2 minutes away from the apartment I was staying at and ceramic courses were offered in my mother tongue!! This is where I really got to learn working on the wheel. I posted the lessons on my YouTube channel if you’d like to watch. Overall, I created 9 ceramic pieces and practiced a lot. The ceramic pieces in the photo are my favourites from what I created so far.

For the moment pottery is my hobby. But I find it so fascinating and I hope I will continue to play with clay and create beautiful things, that I can then give away to friends. Also curious to see how this new hobby will evolve for me and where it will bring me in the future…

Do you have a similar story to share? What is your hobby?

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Chania March 2022

Chania March 2022
Chania March 2022
 

Chania March 2022! I spent two wonderful months last year in Chania, and I thought I should do the same this year as well. The motivation behind my decision is the same I had last year: good weather and warm temperatures. I was on the hunt for sea and sun. Turns out Chania is going through an unseasonable cold snap, which makes me constantly debate about whether it was the right decision to come here or not. Don’t be fooled by the photos above. Sun has sadly become a rare phenomenon during March and April in Chania 2022.

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Manousakia Flowers

Manousakia Flowers
Manousakia Flowers
 

Manousakia Flowers. We found them at Chania’s local food market. Manousakia Flowers smell heavenly.

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Throwback 2021

Throwback 2021

For a photographer like myself, it is always interesting to try out a new device and see how this device can take my, in this case mobile, photography to the next level. I published a blog post that describes which are the features that make this smartphone a must have and why you should consider purchasing a Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G, if you are in the market for a new smartphone. Read it here.

January and February

January and February are always the less exciting months of each year. Each new year begins with low key vibes, but as time passes by, things are getting slowly more and more thrilling. One of the most exciting things that happened during these two months must have been the launch of the new Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G.

March and April

The months that followed I felt the need to escape the Viennese bitter cold temperatures and the lockdown in Vienna in order to keep things going. It is important to me to remain creative even in challenging times. Therefore, I escaped to Chania Old Town where I spent 2 months, March and April. Chania’s colourful buildings and the vibrance of Mediterranean culture were all the inspiration I needed.

When I look back at this year, I realize, that was the wisest decision I took at that moment. These 2 months, March and April, were the best months of the year because they gave me the opportunity to do so many things, and as far as work is concerned, to create content with my Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G.

May found me back to my beloved Vienna where the temperatures, in the meantime, had gotten warmer. That translates automatically to long walks and taking photos around the city with my Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G.

In June, I flew back to Greece for the usual annual island hopping. Off to discover new islands and taking photos of them. The photos above were taken in Patmos and Symi island with my Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G

In July, work assignments brought me to Salzburg and its surroundings. I had the honour to begin working for Schloss Leopoldskron and worked on an exciting project with Eugendorf Tourism board. These opportunities gave me the chance to meet so many nice people, discover new places and create content. In fact, the photos above were all taken with my Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G. 

August

I spent August in Vienna. While August is a holiday month for most Europeans, it was a quiet month for me. My focus was on my work. I visited the cafes of my neighbourhood and worked from there. I edited photos and planned the projects for the coming months. At the end of August, I published a blog post where I gave 8 photography tips that help you to make the most out of your Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G camera.

September

In an effort to catch the last bits of summer before it ends, I flew back to my home country in September. The endless palette of colours found in the sky never ceases to amaze me. In the photos above you see me trying to capture these colours with my Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G.

Throwback 2021

In October I found myself back in Vienna. When in Wien, I prefer working from the cafe of my neighbourhood, instead of working alone at home. This month I received a new pair of Galaxy Buds2 which help me focus on work because of the Active Noise Cancelling that blocks the outside noise and lets me enjoy my music undisturbed. That makes working in cafes easy and fun!

In November I switched to Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3. Read my article to find out why.

December found me in Bruges for the first time. What a beautiful country Belgium is. And how beautiful is the architecture, how cosy are the cafes there.

I started the year, as many of you, at a standstill in lockdown and ended it in Abu Dhabi. A year in which there were so many things to be grateful for. Grateful for the experiences, the lessons, the opportunities and the adventures that have come my way. 

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Christmas in Bruges

Christmas in Bruges

My cousin had this cool idea to spend Christmas in Bruges. And I, as we all know so far, can’t say no to a good travel opportunity. I’ve never been to Belgium before, so the time was ripe to change that.

Christmas in Bruges

I’ve seen so many photos of Bruges on the web and heard so many people saying it’s a fairytale city. I was looking forward to seeing this city with my own eyes.

Christmas in Bruges

Christmas in Bruges

First things first: Our pretty boutique hotel in the city center of Bruges

Hotel Patritius

Christmas in Bruges

Christmas in Bruges
Christmas in Bruges
 

Christmas in Bruges

Christmas in Bruges
Christmas in Bruges
 
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Hotel Patritius BRUGES Belgium

Hotel Patritius BRUGES Belgium
Hotel Patritius BRUGES Belgium
 

I fell in love with Bruges, but not with the weather in Bruges. We spent four days in Bruges and in these four days we never saw the sun. That’s also the reason why the photos of this blog post turned out quite dark and moody.

Hotel Patritius BRUGES Belgium

Bruges best travel tips

Bruges best travel tips

Bruges best travel tips
Bruges best travel tips
 
Bruges best travel tips
Bruges best travel tips
 
Bruges best travel tips
Bruges best travel tips
 
Cafes and restaurants in Bruges

Le pain quotidien / Seafood bar Belge / That’s toast / The old chocolate house / Otomat Brugge for pizza / Vero Cafe / Potato Bar for fries / Casa Patata for fries / Bar des Amis for wine and cocktails / Brasserie surplace / Adriaan Coffee Shop / Cuvee wine bar

The Viennese Girl travel blog photography
The Viennese Girl travel blog photography
 

The Viennese Girl travel blog photography

The Viennese Girl travel blog photography
The Viennese Girl travel blog photography
 

The Viennese Girl travel blog photography

The Viennese Girl travel blog photography

The Viennese Girl travel blog photography

The Viennese Girl travel blog photography

The Viennese Girl travel blog photography

Bruges Brugge photography

Bruges Brugge photography
Bruges Brugge photography

Bruges Brugge photography
Bruges Brugge photography
 

Bruges Brugge photography
Bruges Brugge photography

Bruges Brugge night photography Christmas markets

I would love to live in Bruges for a certain period of time. It is my kind of city… small, cute and photogenic. One thing I don’t know is for how long I could put up with with this gloomy weather. But, I guess, I won’t be able to know, if I never try to live there …

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