Our two little “furry ladies” played “War Of The Buttons” this morning. Here you can see the result…..
… he left us – forever 😥
I shot this photo on saturday. Yesterday he died….
W H Y ?
Yesterday I was @ a gig of “Ohrenfeindt” from Hamburg. I relished true rock ‘n roll the whole night. Here you see three of 300 shots that I made there.
Here we say “der frühe Vogel fängt den Wurm” what means “the early bird catches the worm”. I woke up early this morning and when I had a look out of the window and I saw a clear black sky I said to myself “later you’ll live to see how it is to shoot at ./. 12 ° Celsius and some wind…. When I arrived at the place to make the first shoot I realized that I forgot my remote control and my 70-200mm 1:2,8….. OMG my fingers 😉
Two shots for you
Yes I know I’m very late with it – Happy New Year!
I’ll promise that I’ll improve and show some more presence…
Meanwhile winter has come to the northern parts of Germany
and in spite of the low temperatures I’ve been outside to make some shots.
Here you see an image of my hometown
Well Death Reminds is one of the 4 juvenile bands who traveled around Scandinavia with the Tour-Project I was with as the musical leader of that project. Here they performed at a rock festival that ran one day before the election in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern . The good news is that the Nazis lost loyalists but they are still in the parliament of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (and that’s the bad news)……
…. full of new experiences.I’m in need of much time to contemplate, collect images, check my diary and – last not least – really arrive at home 😉
more about my wonderful time I had, later 😉
Do you wanna fly with me?
I want to share
of a beautiful day
with a wonderful light…
and two of my
Last Saturday I screwed my new 50 mm 1/1,8 lens on my camera and went downtown to be with at the oldtown-festival. It was a wonderful warm summer night at the late spring and I realized that this lens is not only easy to handle, but also it has a great light yield. The following shots I made free hand – about one hour after sunset. It’s the wonderful time when the sky is changing from dark blue to black – we call it “Blaue Stunde” – the “blue hour”…
Some of you may remember that I posted a HDR-photo of this church last year in November (or so). The problem that I had is that I’m in urgent need of a steady tripod – an I mean steady – to make more crispy HDR’s. I think I found a good one that is not too expensive. OK, I ordered one and it will be delivered the next few days. Then I can start with some HDR-panorama-shots… We’ll see 😉
The original image…
… and the edited version
After a little bit too long period of wonderful sunny weather
the rain is back… So good ’cause the nature is in urgent
need of rain. The following image I shot the day before yesterday.