Amélie Nothomb’s “Barbe Bleue” – an exciting story between Don Elemirio – a Spanish nobleman who lives lavishly in the heart of Paris and Saturnine – a young woman looking for a place to rent. The odd setting and the even odder development of events, make one re-think numerous issues, such as privacy, secrecy, love … love requiring trust … a forbidden room with a special mechanism that is triggered upon entry. Love suffering when not trusting but suffering no less when fully trusting.
Anna-Maria Ilieva, 16-year old student at 91 German Language School in Sofia, was among the 115 participants in the youth UNESCO competition “Cultural and Nature Heritage of Bulgaria”. Her video clip dedicated to the Rock Churches of Ivanovo was awarded the well-deserved first-prize! Congratulations Anna, for the hard work and the fabulous result!
The movie can be seen here:
As promised back blogging. The time from the summer solstice to the autumn equinox – summer goes fast – flies faster in the Northern hemisphere than the other way round :-)
I have always been wondering why the moon rises once here once there until I discovered this fabulous site – Time and Date – nicely visualized on moonrises, moonsets, sunrises, sunsets and a wealth of other useful information.
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This blog traditionally goes on summer vacation. Online-offline balance stuff. This year the vacation starts with the summer solstice. Will try to be back around the autumn equinox :-) Melting in the sun … Enjoy the summer!
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Few Greece highlights – June 2015