Mount Pilatus in the clouds as seen from Lucerne.
This beautiful look out and the plants are strategically put in place by humans like us to revive local wild-life in Switzerland.
In order to prepare for the Mongol Rally, I need some sort of fix address and space to leave my stuff. Magically an opportunity arose on the way from Zürich airport to Lucerne. Next stop? Lucerne.
Upon my return to Switzerland, Velthy invited me to our semi-regular evenings of Rum & Cigars mixed with interesting discussions. Velthy is a co-founder and designer with required+.
On the way to Heathrow after an interesting week in London with our friends from Human Made, WordCamp London, a photo walk and helping out with the launch of Happytables 3.
It’s always a pleasure to meet Dan Rubin, because he inspired Karin and me to form our company required+ back in 2009. We met for a photo walk in London. See more pictures from the photo walk with Karin and Dan on Flickr.
Before spending the afternoon working from an excellent cafe, Karin and I strolled around in Shoreditch on the lookout for some nice street art.
My friend Adrian gave a great talk about animations at WordCamp London. Because I got a last-minute chance to speak myself, my photography skills dropped immediately as I was thinking about my presentation, sorry for the bad picture. Out of all hand-throwable things, socks have the most unpredictable trajectory. Laurian Gridinoc
People told me that I make a weird face when I’m about to take a picture. This pose Karin is in should show you that sometimes it’s putting yourself in weird position that makes you get the right angle.
This view with the new towers in the background reminded me of post-apocalyptic movies somehow.