We’re getting married soon. Arianna is wearing a Dirndl – the photo was shot in Munich, Germany during the Octoberfest.
From 2004. Reminds me on this: Self Portrait 1969 by Francis Bacon
After the royal wedding the queen went straight to the pub. For de-stressing purposes – god save her.
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.
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…
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.
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: The Beatles, Pink Floyd and RichardAlois (Richard Buettner) – nuff said.
Photo of myself in Singapore in 2006. Taken by a smart salesman.
Self portrait with a tank in Lincolnshire, UK. HDR added. Very manly.
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 …
Selfportrait in the Lencois Maranhenses National Park.
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.