Memento mori: originates from Latin and means ‘remember that you [have to] die’; it is also an artistic or symbolic trope acting as a reminder of the inevitability of death, often used in poetry and theatre, commonly found in Renaissance English dramas.
Spring in my garden — 2023
The Beauty of Summer
Summer can be very beautiful sometimes.
Island of Lézvosz, Greece
I would like to share a few pictures with you, which I took during my visit to the beautiful Island of Lézvosz (a.k.a. Lesvos), Greece, during the spring of 2007. Keep in mind that these are poorer in quality, because I only had a mediocre camera at the time.
A cat lady decided to raise her kittens in my garden. I shot a picture of the baby kittens, while their mother was eating lunch. While the mother cat is a guest in my garden, I feed her three or four times a day. She is not mine, but I made sure to give her what I can...
Ode to the Stars
Countless stars upon an endless sky, Each bearing a dream fond by us. Nevertheless, to bring them nigh, To make it true, do as thus!