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    It’s a real depressing feeling to see the sunset at half past four. Even though you’re self-employed, you cannot simply leave your work behind and go for a walk in the forest after lunch. Well, it might be just a question of organisation but for us, December has been kind of a busy period. Days pass by so quickly, and so does the light of the day. We’ve been missing our favorite anti-stress ritual: going for a walk in the forest.




    A few days ago, while immersed in our work flow, we tried to finish our work early so that we could leave in time to catch some daylight. We didn’t make it. But wait, isn’t the point about going out and enjoy the nature?

    Last year for summer we went to Wales for a very special hiking trip for which we bought quite some equipment. Everything needed to walk at night, under the rain, in the cold… So we thought about quitting the excuses for our nature walk this time. We charged our headlights and took a tour in our favorite spot called the ‘Ellergronn’ where we live in Esch-sur-Alzette. After this little one hour walk in the dark we agreed that it was somehow scary at first, mystic, calm and refreshing. But we also agreed that we had to do it again. So we did it, and to our surprise we found ourselves in this same place but with a completely different scenario. It was a little colder and amazingly foggy.




    It feels good to realise that there are mostly excuses rather than boundaries. During our walk, we even crossed a few people running without any light whatsoever, in the heart of the forest where there was absolutely no light at all. Walking trough the forest at night is a real unique experience and we really wanted to capture it in a short movie. It was technically not as easy as I thought but worth trying and once again, we’ve learned so much by doing it.

    So if you’re looking for something to do tonight: give it a try, it’s totally worth it.

    David is a dreamer in love with details and a geeky being with an ability to teach himself anything. He loves to experiment with photography and videography to tell real stories and emotions through images, and he never stops learning about how to make the best websites. Besides his passion for visual creativity, he is also a multidisciplinary self-taught musician who worked on several projects including his own solo career. During creative work days he likes to discover new music and to collect it – he’s the curator behind all of our Kinlake playlists!


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