Anže Vodovnik - public void Photograph()
Anže Vodovnik - public void Photograph()

Anže Vodovnik is a dad and a software architect with a passion for photography and music. These are his thoughts and opinions, sometimes accompanied by code and photos.

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Memorables of 2007

As is custom, I would like to add my wishes and thoughts. I would like to wish you happiness, health, success but most of that, which you want and need the most. I wish you find those little moments of happiness, the moments that define our lives, and spend them with people who you care most about.…

Bruc 07

After a fairly hectic week I finally have some time to post a couple of pics from bruc 07. The whole thing was divided onto three stages, but I avoided the dance/techno one for trying to avoid an ever larger headache than I already had. On two other stages, we were able to see the performances of S…

why I chose to remove two photos

Following up to my post from Šentvid's Krst 2007, I've decided to remove two images. Please note that I was not forced to remove them, but I was asked if I could consider removing them. **Where is the problem? Why censorship? ** Well you see, the pictures that are problematic, depict a girl carry…

Nightwish: Dark Passion Play

As promised in my Mark Knopfler review I've also revied the Nightwish album. Their latest creation is called Dark Passion Play. I really like the album cover, and the whole artwork of the CD. The CDs are lined with a tribal decoration. As with Mark's Kill to get crimson, I bought the special edition…

Mark Knopfler: Kill to get Crimson

Yeey, it's here, it's here. Some of you already know, but most do not, that Mark Knopfler is one of my idols. His guitar playing inspired me to pick up the guitar, and his music, khm, lit up the room several times at key moments :-). So, after having seen his concert two years ago (Shangri-La tour,…

neanderthal commentary

I alway keep an eye on my reports for Delo.si, I want to see what goes on through the mind of the readers. The last one, from Tivoli (Dj Umek), is an interesting one, and one that clearly displays the inability of some people to understand the variability that is the human race. It all started with…