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What’s happening in April 2020

What’s happening in April 2020

As so often before, I can only tell you a little bit about what’s happening on this blog in April 2020. But not about what’s going to happen in the world. So let’s have a look. Photo of April 2020 The spreading coronavirus closed down most of Europe for the past two or so weeks. I am not going to complain, as I still feel lucky being healthy and able to keep my day job. Sure, with the upcoming Easter

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What’s happening in March 2020

What’s happening in March 2020

It is time for another preview of a new month. Let’s look at what comes up on this blog in March 2020 and, of course, the photo of the month. Photo of the month For March 2020, I selected a rather new picture of the Oslo Opera and the Munch Museum during the blue hour. Planning for the photo To make this image, I had to get up at 5:30 a.m. and shoot right before going to work. Thankfully, my

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What is happening in February 2020

What is happening in February 2020

It’s the first Friday of the month, so let’s have a look at what is happening here on the blog in February. New articles are waiting for you, both related to learning Adobe ® Lightroom and another day of the Bulgaria – Off the beaten track adventure. So what’s coming up here this month? Photo of the Month It feels almost mean, but, as every month, we are starting with the picture of the month. This time I chose a

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What’s happening in January 2020

What’s happening in January 2020

It is time again to have a look at what is happening in January 2020. Of course, only on this blog, since I still cannot predict the future, nor do I want to predict it. Happy New Year, and with that welcome in a new decade of the century as well! I hope you have had a good start of the new year so far.  Let’s start with the photo of the month as usual before we peek into the

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