shaped by the tempest and exposed by the ebb
you walk on a piece of art. Unique as it waits for the next tempest.
despite the wind
even if only a walk to the next settlement.
round the north tip of Amrum
on a morning trip round the north tip of Amrum
sunlight of February at Amrum
clouds clear out and the sunlight slowly floods the coastline at its ebb.
a photograph in the mind’s eye
jogging along the Olympiasee I see these high contrast shapes over the the half frozen black waters of the lake. I can’t help it but to go back after a shower and turn them into pixels.
revisiting the Glyptothek
high and low key in the modern dark room.
same old faces; overcast January midday outside; mixed artificial and natural light; new and yet very familiar camera.
the low sunbeams of autumn in Nymphenburg
late autumn, dark shadows, low saturation, Fujifilm classic chrome simulation
People enjoy each other and their city. Not something you would take for granted of a population who has been moved around in the last hundred years. You feel welcome, tourists are a minority and it feels good so. A slow walk around the city is in itself mind-blowing.
along the paths of the giant mountains
n the corner between Germany, Poland and Czechia rise this range that follows the borderline between Poland in the north and Czechia on the south. Not a range of gigantic dimensions, one keeps wondering if the name honours the ought to be gigantic peoples who built the stone paths that traverse them.