Hello, and thanks for joining me!

I’m an amateur photographer using photography as a way to share my everyday experiences with my family, friends and the wider world.

It started off when I was a Peace Corps serving on the Caribbean island of Dominica and I was looking for a way to allow my family to get an idea of where I was and what I was doing. I tend to get carried away when I write and sometimes over-share my thoughts and feelings, not necessarily in a positive way so using photography as my medium was an alternative that worked for me. And don’t they say… ”a picture is worth a thousand words”! Thus From Dominica… A picture a day was born.

My next adventure took me to Uganda, and a whole new world of sensations, colors and experiences. And what better way to stay in touch with everyone but to continue my blogging journey. The result? From Uganda… A picture a day.

Now that I have moved back to Europe, I couldn’t think of a reason not to keep it up and maybe step it up a notch in my exploration of the photography medium. Et voila! Here you are… From Europe… A picture a day.

And in August 2012, I release my first ebook, a compilation of the best photos I took on my backpacking round-the-world trip in 2004, which you can view here.

Please enjoy, share, and feel free to comment.

Ella Rychlewski

ps: If you want to reblog content please give credit and link back to my blog. And let me know so I can check your blog out as well!


21 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi, you left a comment on my bark cloth blog. Would be interested to link up and hear who you have been working with in Masaka. There are a lot of people interested in helping preserve this beauty.

  2. Truly Amazing Photos and the information you have provided. It is a courageous job not that easy!!!! Keep it up !!!

  3. Looking for a nice photographer for a short assignment n Ggabba and Jinja,can I get here? and will have the photos send to me in Nairobi.
    1.The Ggaba one is a family house photo,the Jinja one is for bark cloth furniture….
    Can i get help?

  4. Uganda is quite addictive i must tell you…Many have found this country irresitable even with the “poor everything”.

    Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a lovely comment too. Well, i have looked through your blog and now i have no doubt as to why you are still in this country. Beautiful documentation

    My random pick (Bata waterfront, a touch of light, Lounging on a beach in the middle of nowhere, Walking on air, …..

    and many more. A rich blog indeed,

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