Rosé in the Park

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“When you drank the world was still out there, but for the moment it didn’t have you by the throat.”
– Charles Bukowski, Factotum

Self-portrait through a glass of wine

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A glass of wine and some photoshopping…

“My objection to war was not that I had to kill somebody or be killed senselessly, that hardly mattered. What I objected to was to be denied the right to sit in a small room and starve and drink cheap wine and go crazy in my own way and at my own leisure.”
― Charles Bukowski, South of No North

Here’s another self-portrait in my other blog: https://artishorseshit.wordpress.com/2015/12/10/self-portrait-with-tom/

Weekly Photo Challenge: Habit

On Friday I posted an entry for the Weekly Photo Challenge in my secondary blog. The quality of the photos were what Senator Clay Davis from the TV-series The Wire would have aptly called: “shameful shit”. Later I realized that I actually do have some interesting alcohol/nargileh/sheesha related photos, so I decided to share them:

http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/11/08/weekly-photo-challenge-habit/

A glass of port with a view

I’ve already posted this on Google+ and now it’s time to share it in the blog. 

This is my second entry for the Near & Far weekly photo challenge at WordPress. The photo was shot at Hotel Do Caracol in Terceira, Açores, Portugal. In the background you can see Monte Brasil, a peninsula located on the south coast of Terceira Island in the central Azores Islands, near the city of Angra do Heroísmo.

Here’s a few randomly selected other blogs: 

Google+ links & hashtags:
#LandscapePhotography
Landscape Photography
Thanks to my G+ mentor: +Zack Cluley
#Portugal
#portwine
#Terceira

Cardinal Guzman on G+

Indulge before your flight (Weekly Photo Challenge)

For this weeks Photo Challenge, WordPress writes:
“Indulge. When we think of the word indulge, food often comes to mind, but indulging isn’t always about food. You can indulge in moments, feelings, emotions, places, and more! It can be a private moment rocking on a hammock, watching a movie on a work day, eating that second piece of chocolate cake, reliving a memory, fantasizing about the future, or treating or pampering yourself.”

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