I started this blog in 2011 after I got my first dSLR camera and with a big passion to learn photography. I wanted a place where I could not only have a record of my evolution as a photographer, but also to be able to connect with other photography lovers out there.

Over the years it became more of a personal blog where I like to share bits & pieces of my life and photo projects.

I’m glad to have this journey documented here, to be able to look back at all the photos I took, projects I’ve been able to work on and people I connected with (online & in person).



🙋 my name is Ines

🌍 I’m both Swiss & Portuguese

📍 currently living in Switzerland

📷 photography was always part of my life: first by documenting moments I wanted to remember forever, later I became more interested in it as a way to express my creativity

✨ I’m all about that ‘slow living’ lifestyle

🌄 hiking is one of my favorite things to do, I go on as many hikes as I can so I share lots of mountains & nature pics here on the blog

Unless noted otherwise all content and images Copyright © 2011-2017 Ines Monnet.
All rights reserved.

👇 Feel free to say hello in the comments, so I can visit your blog and say hi back!

Thanks for stopping by – See you around

12 thoughts on “ABOUT”

  1. I like the soft tones and vignetting in your images. Easy to see that each one belongs to a set but also strong enough to work on their own.

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  2. Love your blog! I ran into your blog a while ago via Kiki’s blog. Checked it out than and it came up again after a blog on her page about you doing a photography project together (Public Transport in B&W).

    Keep up the great work!

    Warm regards,

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