I know… again… a tree! Well, it came to me only recently, that I am a portraitist, but not of people, but of trees.So, like “normal” portraitist have a lot of people portraits on their blogs, I have a lot … Continue reading Creature
I love analog photography! These pictures for example were made with an old Minolta XG-1 and Kodak Ektar 100 color negative film. I love the grain and the colors. I wasn’t an early adopter of digital photography, quite the contrary. I … Continue reading What is the Ecological Footprint of Film Photography?
Long time, no see… I have a lot going on, mostly inner processes, which consume quite a lot of energy and time. If the term transformation means something to you, I’m sure, you know, what I’m talking about… Now, at … Continue reading Parsley Pesto
Overall, 2016 was like this, I think: I hope, 2017 will be like this: A happy new year! Continue reading Face of 2016
I found this skull on a branch while I was walking through the woods. I hope you don’t find this scary or repulsive. I don’t! On the contrary: I find this remains fascinating and even kind of beautiful. This skull has … Continue reading Scull of a wild boar
In 2015 I realized a change concerning my mood when I’m cooking. I liked cooking all the time, but lately I have developed a genuine gratitude for the food I am granted by our world. These feelings are not because … Continue reading About Gratitude
2015 was a year full of personal loss and grief for me and my wife. It challenged me with a health issue too. And there were still some more difficulties, which had their own impacts on our lifes. But there … Continue reading 2016 already?
Wow, 2015 only just began! And tomorrow it’ll be November already! There was (and still will be) a lot going on in my life. It’s not always been a pleasure, but in my experience, the not so pleasant things always support the … Continue reading Where did 2015 go?
I’m a software developer. For many years I used script languages like perl or PL/SQL. Some years ago I switched to a different business unit, where I had to learn C++, one of the most complex and difficult to learn programming … Continue reading I’m good enough!