Just as many of my fellow photographers do, I have a thing for old trees, I love their textured barks, their gravity, their endurance and their sturdiness and sheer survival – and so when I read about the oldest oak of Northern Italy within an hour’s drive of our summer cottage at Lake Como I knew I had found the goal for this day’s excursion.Read More
If you are following this circle the last months you will know another member of this circle Ute from Californialover. I first learned about Ute in this blog circle – from her first posts I loved her work and was looking forward to her pictures and blog posts.
Some technical issues with the websites got us messaging and we realized, that Ute was planning a trip to Germany and we had the same thought: we would love to meet each other.
This blog circle gives me a monthly prompt to do a small project with one of my lensbabies . and this time while thinking about ideas and stories I remembered my very first lensbaby, the Lensbaby 2.0.Read More
I was wildly determined to do at least one portrait project for this Lensbaby Circle during my stay in Cuba so I packed my Lensbabies especially for you 😉.
In San Diego de los Baños, a small village deep in the Cuban countryside we met Pedro who was very happy to show us how cigars are rolled. I decided that this would be THE opportunity to do a small series of portraits.Read More
At the end of February I was in Berlin again for a few days. This time it was not just for fun, I had an appointment there and was just hoping to be able to find some time to take some pictures there.
My date endet early and at half past 2 I found myself with a free afternoon at minus 7 degrees on Potsdamer Platz. I got very cold very quickly - adding (or subtracting 😊) the windchill factor the temperature felt like minus 13! - so I decided to find an indoor photolocation: the aquarium.