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Hey you dear followers, I wanted to keep you up to date on some changes I am making on the blog. Changes I hope will be improvements and will help me to gain more followers.
In the next couple of weeks or even months the blog may change it’s looks a little. I am trying to self-host my blog, and this might have it’s effects on the blog-design.
To reach a bigger audience I will change the domain of my blog. Something snappier and easier to remember. I am going to try to keep the CoralynxBlog.com domain existent and will ease you into all the changes so you will not be lost.
I will try my best to make this changes as smooth as possible and hope there aren’t going to be any problems within the website. If you notice any errors (like links to other content that don’t function anymore) please let me know.
Thank you so much for understanding and for all your support in the last couple of months, let’s dream big!
Hi everyone! A quick update from your blogster. I have been working on some new posts lately which I am very excited about, you’ll find out very soon! (More information will be on my Facebook page)
And I will be having a new photo challenge also, in which this time you can challenge me! All you have to do is vote on this poll, which you can also find on my Facebook page. Of course once the results are in I will announce the new challenge here on the blog and you are welcome to join me.
Have a good wednesday!
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“Who else has walked here, on the top of the Roman Arena?” I ask myself.
When I wander in old cities like Arles I can’t help imagining how life was back then, when this city was new. All the love stories and tragedy that must have taken place underneath these rooftops..
This city in the French provence is so alluring with it’s pale sky and colorful housing. No wonder why van Gogh went here to get inspired. In 1888 he wrote to his brother:
Because I have never had such a chance, nature here being so extraordinarily beautiful. Everywhere and all over the vault of heaven is a marvellous blue, and the sun sheds a radiance of pale sulphur, and it is soft and as lovely as the combination of heavenly blues and yellows in a Van der Meer of Delft. I cannot paint it as beautifully as that, but it absorbs me so much that I let myself go, never thinking of a single rule.
This week we are taking photographs of everything on our tables and this got me all excited and started looking up some famous food photographers. The work of Ira Leoni really caught my eyes.
So happy to be working on my food photography this week!
[Join me in the #OnTheTable Photo Challenge]
An afternoon in a small Zoo.