Calendar 2020

— click on following text to display the essay

Maybe you remember my blog. From time to time, sometime more often, I wrote little stories and thoughts. Together with those texts there was always some new photograph published. I must say that in these days of Corona, when we are even more isolated then usually, I start to miss that space.

I am missing some regular activity, which would, more or less, force me to create something and not to become completely passive. At the same time I wish that this activity could be useful to others and not only to me and my ego. That created the idea to combine this one photograph and longer text into fortnight calendar (for a friends from US this means every two weeks, forteen days A.K.A. biweekly).

Therefore here it is. Same as for other essays, by clicking to this text one can see every two weeks new image and new text. Frankly, you will see here only part of the text, because it will not fit completely, most of the time. At the bottom of the page with text or at next page there will be a link to download complete one page calendar for two weeks with the image and whole text.

Navigation:


After you click on the decsriptive text above, the photo essay will begin, using the whole screen of your web browser. It will be sort of like viewing a book. Using your mouse or arrow keys you can move from page to page, photo to photo.

If you'd like to discontinue viewing an essay, click the [ESC] key, which will end the full screen presentation. Striking the [ESC] key a second time will return you to this screen.
There are some additional functions, but I'm sure you'll discover those yourself quite easily. I've choose this type of presentation in order to help focus attention on the presented work, with minimal distraction.

After clicking the text above, the presentation will use your full screen. Sliding left and right across the screen will display the prevous and following page, respectively.

If you'd like to end the presentation of an essay at any time, slide your finger upwards toward the top of the screen.
There are some additional functions, but I'm sure you'll discover those yourself quite easily. I've choose this type of presentation in order to help focus attention on the presented work, with minimal distraction.