April 25th, 2013
I recently had the fortunate opportunity to hike a couple of days on the Appalachian Trail in the Mountains of North Carolina. This is always a great way to relax and get inspiration for any projects I’m working on.
This time I did the majority of the hike all by myself, which is fun and scary at the same time. After some time even the trees seem to have faces looking at me, like in the picture below….
October 17th, 2012
A few weeks back I had finally, after several years, again the chance to go back “home” to Germany, followed by a quick trip to the scottish highlands.
One evening, while having dinner in a restaurant near beautiful Loch Linnhe, this beautiful sunset presented itself to us!
July 9th, 2012
Since I’m living in the USA I guess I should post a little image appropriate to July 4th, the Independence Day that was celebrated last week.
So here it is – I made this on a very early morning in Washington DC while walking around the Washington Monument at the Mall.
June 22nd, 2012
A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to attend a conference in Denver (I’ve never been in Denver before, so this was a real treat!).
While walking around the city the day before the conference I noticed a group of photographers, obviously on some photo walk, taking images of some art project. So I hung around a bit, ate my lunch, and waited til they are done.
Obviously I had to take a stab at this subject as well, so after they were done (…and I was finished with my lunch), this is what I came up with:
April 17th, 2012
Last weekend I took a little trip with my motorcycle down the Blue Ridge Parkway and the “Moonshiner 28″, which is a very twisty road through the Smoky Mountains National Park.
One of the probably most photographed spots on the Moonshiner 28 is the “Bridal Veil Falls”, where you can drive with your vehicle under the waterfall. Obviously I had to do that with my trusted motorcycle as well.