Slowing down in Corona time

Stay home, don’t go out. These are the sentences you hear mostly in the Corona news these days. But I can really good understand that this is really hard for many people. Even for us … Read more

Night photography: Thyssen Krupp

My main photography targets are usually animals or anything else in nature. But since we are living in one of the most urban areas in Germany this is a bit tricky. Yes, there are some … Read more

New Year, new blogpost: Walking along the Kemnader lake

I wish you all a happy new year! 🙂 When looking back to 2019 I am happy that the year is over. For me personal it can only get better. But this is another story … Read more

December 2019

It feels like the only goal of December is to prepare for the holidays. And then it’s all over, so fast that your mind cannot even follow. When I listened a radio show I heard … Read more

Everyday life

I almost did not take any photos in the last month. This is why I can only show some smartphone pictures without any specific story behind. I did write some sentences in German language, though. … Read more

Birdwatching on the Island of Pellworm

After we arrived on the Island of Pellworm and checked the weather forecast, it was sure that we could not do very much outdoors. But reading, drinking tea and from time to time browsing through … Read more

Summer days in Hamburg

Time is running fast at the moment. It feels like we have been Hamburg just a couple of weeks ago, in fact we visited the city almost two month ago. The are many things you … Read more

Kingfisher challenge – check

It is kind of weird that I can finally complete my “self made Kingfisher challenge” in 2019. And it is not because of the year. It is because I took these photos from our balcony. … Read more

Eric Paslay in Hamburg

Due to lack of time this Blogpost is only available in German language. However, here is a short Video from his performance in Hamburg in September 2019:

Short summer posting

Germany and the rest of Europe (maybe the rest of the world?) is suffering from the extreme temperatures and the dryness. We are lucky that it got better, at least were I live. But the … Read more