Every day I love Estonia more. Although it is playing hard to get because of the lower temperatures here, we have been blessed with sun and warmish wind. Add the forests and the beautiful scenery to this and it somehow gets to sweep you off your feet before realizing you are in the danger of falling in love.“She’s got you high and you don’t even know it”.
Another great weekend has passed and I am grateful we have done nothing else than enjoying each others’ company while admiring nature. It was a well deserved resting time. Mari, our Estonian coordinator, cooked for us in Nova and we all were so very happy with everything. She is such a wonderful person, I am glad I know her. She had also organised a lot of fun activities including this photo competition that we very much enjoyed because we played in teams. Each group had to present a creative way of some given ideas (the pisa tower, a crime scene).
Haapsalu? I think I could die happy here. Otherwise, it is the place i would like to come every summer just for enjoying the view. I don’t know if it was just because of the lovely weather or the diversity of clouds showing off on the deep blue sky, but this place impressed me.
Passing by the sea, wind softly blowing through my hair, I wanted to remember everything accurately. A white tower, swans, blue water, white clouds, green grass, skyline, laughing friends. A.D.H.D. Calm down. Breath in, breath out. Live.
My instinct upon arriving to such lovely places is to take photos, or start recording in any way the good time. Just keep it safe. Take a panorama. Try to get the best light, figure out when people start moving and use the best moment to immortalize a good composition for the photography.
Keeping memories is really all that I do. I’m still wondering about what I will be ‘when I grow up’. The thing is, no one else could ever understand your moment. One could only get a hint and maybe imagine it. He will then portray himself standing in the beautiful scenery. A second, maybe two. He takes what he needs from the picture and moves on. And on. And on.
You’ve got really good skills for composing a shot. And that phrase about figuring out when people start moving – that took me a while to figure out.
With time, I think I’ve become more enabled to reverse enginner the feeling of a particular shot, so I got a really good glimpse of what you felt.
Good work on both the photos and text. And I really am looking forward to seeing more work from you.
Thank you very much! Your positive feedback means a lot to me 🙂
Biuuuutiful sister and her biuuuutiful photos in her biuuuutiful Estonia !
Thank youuu, dear sister! Wish you great experience in UK! 🙂
I was on Erasmus in Estonia the previous semester….I still think about her everyday….
You can still visit 🙂 It’s such a beautiful country!
Oh my god you used the quote from She’s got you high! 😀 this song was in my mind for a while being in Tallinn.
Oh, and… can I use this somewhere in a some future movie? Very nicely written :))
“The thing is, no one else could ever understand your moment. One could only get a hint and maybe imagine it. He will then portray himself standing in the beautiful scenery. A second, maybe two. He takes what he needs from the picture and moves on. And on. And on.”
Ha! I’m glad you also love that song 😀
Of course you can use it, I’m glad you find it appropriate for a future scene in a movie! Good luck with that and send my best wishes to Arvo.
Really sad I can’t go on with the Film School with you guys.
Ohm and make Ermins act more, he has great talent! Don’t let him waste it 🙂