about me

Thank you so much for visiting my blog.

Time to introduce myself:


My official (maiden) name is Joanna de Koning, born in 1964… a very good year =D  !

I am called Hanny, but as it’s a bit of a funny name in English…you pronounce it  ‘honey’ I will use my official name here..so it’s  Joanna!

I am happily married (my married name is ‘van Kuijck’, which can’t be pronounce in English at all) and we have two beautiful children, lucky me!

I live in Kaatsheuvel, the Netherlands. I have my own company in which I work parttime on my ‘fortune’. Helping other people to fulfill their dreams, so I can fulfill mine…

But the thing I love to do most is being creative…in all sorts of ways, whether it is drawing, painting,  sculpture, photography or editing these pictures in PhotoShop…I  love it all!

But as you can imagine… I lack time to do all those things. That’s why I started this blog because in this way I ‘force’ myself to do at least one of the things I love to do: taking pictures!  I have a CANON EOS 60D and I am soooooo happy with this one. That is the reason I chose photography instead of one of the other things I love to do.

I will try to post on a regular basis. The subject of my pictures? Everything that comes my way… And I will probably post some Photoshop-projects as well.

Blogging is also a way for me to connect to other photographers and of course to ‘non-photographers’ as well and I hope I will learn a lot from each and every one of them.

Please feel free to help me in my photography-/blog journey with tips and advice.

I really hope you enjoy visiting my blog!

With love, Joanna


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