A couple of days ago, while on a trip to the Wallis Alps, my websites have been hacked. — Fortunately, I had good backups, so everything is online again.
To celebrate the recovery, I’m gonna showcase a mixed array from my last Swiss pics: a “Best-Of-The-Last-Week” kinda thing. — Above the Bättighorn seen from Riederalp Continue reading
An early morning photo trip together with the ferocious table tennis player Alex Ziehe, who turns out to be a passionate photographer, fly fisher and mushroom finder as well, brought us to the Chellechöpfli, the highest point at Baselland. — That it was very beautiful becomes obvious if you look at the photos Continue reading
Fog and light! This morning at the Belchen (or Bölchen as it is written and pronounced locally). Isn’t it magic how the fog interwinds with the trees and the light illuminates the green of the fields in this most beautiful hilly landscape! Continue reading
During my last visit in Paris, I was particularly intrigued by the large symmetry, combined with the random play of the clouds and the strolling people. Continue reading
Very early in the morning the almost unthinkable is happening: A quiet and serene Paris dreams next to a mirrorlike Seine.
Follow me on a stroll along the beautiful river to the Louvre. Continue reading
When I left the US, it was clear to me: I will continue playing table tennis. In the little neighbor village of Waldenburg, Baselland Switzerland, I found a dedicated club where most of the players are beating the shit out of me. — Although I’m loosing almost every game, I love the totality, velocity, concentration, quick reaction and strategy of table tennis. Continue reading
During this week traveling across Norway together with Greg Lawson, I was truly overwhelmed by the beauty of this land. — And I’m glad that my camera could capture a tiny bit of the vastness I experienced. By sharing a tiny portion of these photos, I can say much more than thousands of words would be able to. Continue reading
What a marvellous trip to Norway it was, together with my dear friend Greg Lawson from Sedona! One of the highlights was our visit at Reine at the Lofoten Islands. This picture was taken at midnight. Continue reading
Yesterday, I had the pleasure to visit a clay exhibition in Goldiwil, Switzerland. I was so much delighted by Doris Hirzel’s fairy like clay women. They are inhabiting in the greenery of the surroundings, and everyone of them seems to admire the world in a perfectly balanced and unique posture. www.DorisHirzel.ch Continue reading