After 14 years of living in Sedona, Arizona, moving to Switzerland is rather a new adventure than a going back. My first scrapbook shots in the area of our new flat in Langenbruck are very promising to me. Continue reading
Yesterday early morning we went to Bumble Bee to meet Saguaros in the early morning light. Aren’t they full of joy, proud to be able to reach to the clouds, even in the rough desert? Continue reading
The hike to the spectacular Chicken Point is so beautiful and eventful that only chickens should take the Jeep to get there! Continue reading
This morning, catching the silvery light of a strange winter morning around sunrise. — Yet another view of the magnificent Sedona Red Rocks. Above the view towards Thunder Mountain from the Airport Vortex lookout.
Two weeks ago, I was contacted by Phil Bicker and Bryan Walsh from Time magazine to write a short statement about my photo. I wrote a little text, and was surprised to see it featured as a double spread!
Everything about these pictures was a surprise.
It was literally hitting me like lightning,
showing me that moments of significance cannot be planned or forseen.
They can only be received.
On a whim, Veeno and I took a drive to the Grand Canyon with our lovely friends, Captain Jens Köthen and Jennifer Outland. It was New Years Eve and we were hoping to catch the sunset, but arrived just as the light was slipping down the walls of the canyon. Still, the photographs after sunset wonderfully captured the wintery feel of the canyon. Continue reading
…the clouds can lift, the light shines through and the magic starts happening.
Courthouse Butte and Cathedral Rock from the lookout at Upper Red Rock Loop. Continue reading