(Deutsch) Regentag am See

May 31

(Deutsch) Regentag am See

Sorry, this entry is only available in Deutsch.   Sorry, this entry is only available in Deutsch....

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Summertime: First studies

Jun 19

Summertime: First studies

I’m from an area in the north of Germany which is characterized by agriculture. In our village, there were two farmers with large farms. In the cow barn on my great-uncle’s farm, I was allowed to ride the cows and play with the kittens. Around the village, there were fields with wheat and barley, rhy and sugar beets as well as meadows for forage. Along...

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Zollverein World Heritage Site: High-Pressure Compressor Hall

May 26

Zollverein World Heritage Site: High-Pressure Compressor Hall

Detail of the High-pressur Compressor Building of Shaft XII, as yet not restored   Detail of the High-pressur Compressor Building of Shaft XII, as yet not restored...

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Autum ahem Spring in Ludwigsburg

Apr 24

Autum ahem Spring in Ludwigsburg

Seen while cycling to work through the fog. The spider has finished its work for the day. This image poses questions: Does the spider start from the outside or from the centre? Sure, she has to start where she can fix her web. And what is the relationship between hard, brutal, excluding barbed wire (some peopel even collect this stuff, and in Texas there’s a...

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Hands

Feb 14

Hands

The Prag Cemetery (Pragfriedhof) in North Stuttgart shows a surprisingly geometric layout. Hoping to find some kind of a parklike jewel like the Highgate Cemetery in North London or a tombstone labyrinth on a hill like the Glasgow Necropolis, I was a bit taken aback at first in the face of such order overdone. But then, I was looking for hands to photograph for...

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