Self in Spain

From 2004. Reminds me on this: Self Portrait 1969 by Francis Bacon

The Queen’s Pub

After the royal wedding the queen went straight to the pub. For de-stressing purposes – god save her.

The Year Of The Last Trumpet

With great sadness and heaviness of heart I have to announce that I can’t really play the trumpet – but I can blow into it and make funny noises.

Turning the World Upside Down

Anish Kapoor’s sculptures at Kensington Gardens. The mirrors are made of stainless steel which creates a real different feel to the reflections. It seems surreal, a no-space, an illusion and after all its art for all. The picture is originally upside down…

I Never Look Back

Never look back unless you are planning to go that way. Reflection is certainly imperative, too much reflection though is paralysing. Or a quote by Don Henley: “…a little voice inside my head said don’t look back, you can never look back…” Worst thing to do obviously is to look back again in anger.

Colombian Landslide & RichardAlois

Sometimes travelling in buses in Colombia takes longer than expected. Anyway it’s super painful to wade through a landslide since it consists of rather sharp crushed rocks and mud. Unfortunately I don’t have a picture of me when I cross the mudslide… Taken between Cali and Buenaventura.

Abbey Road Studios

Abbey Road Studios: The Beatles, Pink Floyd and RichardAlois (Richard Buettner) – nuff said.

Me Tank

Self portrait with a tank in Lincolnshire, UK. HDR added. Very manly.

Pre-Digital Camera

When I came home from 3 months in Brazil in 2003 with 40 film rolls I bought my first digital DSLr Camera. The Canon EOS 300D with at that time unbelievable 6.3 MP – and a significant milestone in digital cameras, as it was the first digital SLR offered under $1000. However non digital photos are also …

Fotos de Peru

90ies – 00ies: happy days full of travelling the world. This time Peru and Ecuador for a couple of months. It’s good to go to university in Germany, so much time on your hands.

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