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  • Oh, Hi again! And new shop!

    Oh, Hi again! And new shop!

    I hope you all are ok in these weird times. Again, making honour to the name of this blog, it’s been a while since my last post here. In the past couple of years not much has happened but I’ve managed to do some trips around the country, last Christmas I went to Madrid after […]

  • About dreams.

    “Dreams are associated with a state called REM sleep, the abbreviation standing for rapid eye movement. The REM state is strongly correlated with sexual arousal. Experiments have been performed in which sleeping subjects are awakened whenever REM state emerges, while members of a control group are awakened just as often each night but not when…

  • Spring should be here…

    Spring should be here…

    But instead is snowing right now. Climate change? Anyway, I wanted to post this picture after the dark black and white pictures from last post. There are things much more colourful here, and a visit to Cambridge Botanical Garden always helps. I took this one using my 30 years old 50 mm f2.0 lens, great for flower pictures…

  • Cambridge at night is really dark.

    Cambridge at night is really dark.

    I understand light pollution issues, but… this is too dark.

  • Take the red pill

    Take the red pill

    There is only one red capsule in London Eye. This way, people can see how fast (or slow) this gigantic wheel rotates. I think it is called the Cupid’s capsule, but the red pill symbolizes the painful truth in some famous Science fiction film.

  • Solaris

    Solaris

    When I first saw the trailer of Solaris, I thought that it could be a good science fiction film. I love Science fiction. There is something that I have always enjoyed about science fiction, since I was a child and I saw Forbidden Planet or  War of the Worlds or Starwars! Films that almost everyone who likes science…

  • Carnival

    Carnival

    I took this one in Leeds Castle, in Kent, UK. After visiting the castle and its surroundings I ended almost at night in a small amusements park where children could spend a bit of time playing in this things, and their parents relax a bit having a coffee.  Or just grab some pictures, as I did. I…

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