I really hope for you that….

… time is by your side. I’m in urgent need to recreate now! Next week the days will be very long for me. Usually I can spend my time to recover in the evening hours – not so next week:

Monday (and I’m only talking about the evenings now!):  preparing for some photosessions I’ll have together with my friend and some models (some special shootings we’ll make in a studio)…

Tuesday:  Meeting with my guys for our new project “The Formerly Unknown” we’re starting now and it will be finished December ’11 (my job is the musical leadership and coaching the bands)!

Wednesday: last rehearsal for the “Easy Moving” Jubilee Concert

Thursday: Last rehearsal for my band “Blackout” for the Saturday Showcase at New Music School

Friday: Preparing for Saturday

Saturday:  Showcase at NMS in the afternoon (3 hrs.) and Easy Moving Jubilée Concert in the evening

Sunday: I’ll be dead 😉

I’ll try to stay tuned – See ya! … and have a nice Halloween Weekend!!!

one more shoot I made yesterday (a little “encore”)

… one attempt of a HDR at the very early morning in my hometown at the railway station


and another one of the famous Bacardi works that supplies Europe and the eastern world with rum and whisky…


10 responses

  1. I heartily hope you start your entry on the Sunday from “Still alive!” 😀

    All the three pictures are GREAT! I especially like the railway station photo.

    Regarding the third one, is the building a distillery of BACARDI? or just an office?

    2010/10/29 at 11:32 am

    • OK strike through @ “dead”, enter “Still Alive and rocking WP” 😉

      I’m proud to present one of the two worldwide destilleries of BACARDI – here in my hometown Buxtehude.

      Cheers my friend an thx for dropping by 😀

      2010/10/30 at 10:47 am

  2. Another great collection of pictures – good luck with your projects!

    An alas, time is not on my side either at the mo, but we will make it both, right?

    Greetings from the Undead… 😉

    2010/10/29 at 5:17 pm

    • The meeting of the Undeads will be tomorrow. Let’s celebrate it. OK and the following sunday will be my resurrection day 😀 😀 😀

      2010/10/30 at 1:19 pm

  3. More great pics! Thanks much. Wow, you are going to be busy! Hope it all goes well. Happy Halloween, RW.

    2010/10/29 at 10:06 pm

    • If there is somebody who wants my work – oh yes – then I can be busy indeed.

      Thanks a lot for your wishes and a happy halloween for you too!

      2010/10/30 at 1:16 pm

  4. Freedom Smith

    I hope that your week goes smoothly and that Sunday will not find you terribly exhausted! Your pictures are wonderful. I love the bird soaring over the water!

    2010/10/30 at 2:35 am

    • OK it seems to be harder for me as it really will be. Just a few minutes after I posted this entry I was told that the model session was delayed to the following week. Good for me to chill out – just for once on tuesday and wednesday 😉

      The bird shot I made after a hard “assembly-line work” of shooting portraits of 20 persons and editing them (the order was: “be ready with it it ASAP”). This short moment was more worth than my fee for that job 😉

      2010/10/30 at 1:14 pm

  5. Sounds like you will be busy enough for two or three people! Try to relax and enough all the activity. A lot of folks would love to have half as much to do. Bet you wish it wasn’t all in one week. Feast or famine, as they say. Hope you survive until next Sunday!

    2010/10/30 at 2:39 am

    • Thank you for your inspiring comment what’s worth do start a discussion about that.

      The problem is, that times have changed in the last years. To get a job with an adequate payment you can dream about here in today’s Germany if you are older than 50. There is no interest for my experiences I made in my job. The world has changed and for me it’s harder to find some jobs than to do them. That’s why I have no other chance than to work for two or three ’cause no one here is ready to to the same as I do. If so I’d like to share it 😉 … That’s my chance – and I’ll take it…

      2010/10/30 at 1:03 pm

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