Last week Mark and I spent a few days in Kitzbühel, one of our favorite go-to-places for hiking, wellness, yummy Austrian food, time-out and time together!
Normally we go off-season when hiding in the sauna, falling asleep in front of the fireplace or munching through a 6-course-meal is the thing to do. Mark wanted to hit the slopes, so we ended up in Kitzbühel in February. With A LOT of snow.
Days like this are one Valentine’s Day after the other. Make every day special. Not just the ones the candy industry tells you to do so.
Sorry honey, you are out of focus
“Love is not enough” said the butterfly. “You also need sunshine, freedom and a little flower”.
Happy Valentine’s Day to you all. Wishing you lots of love in your lives, ample sunshine, boundless freedom in your choices and tons of flowers in appreciation of your awesomeness.
Not just on Valentine’s Day. Every Day.
This year in April it will be 20 years since I have lived in London. Yup, I am THAT old. Last week I had a very good reason to visit “my” city – The Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers (SWPP) yearly convention. There was an abundance of workshops, location shootings, business classes, masterclasse, superclasses… you name it… to choose from. Not to mention the Award Dinner where the Best of Category and Photographer of the Year were announced and honored. So I booked the triple whopper ticket and stayed the whole week.
Is there a better way to kick off the new year than with an exhibition? My work has been exhibited in the U.S. but this is the first one in Germany, even better – the exhibition is in my hometown Augsburg. Love that. What I am showing you here is the first image to a series of four, being exchanged every three months. The series is all abstract nature photography and deals with the subject “ignorance” – let me explain.
During my photography studies at the Rocky Mountain School of Photography in Montana, USA, I had to compose a series of 3-5 images relating to Alfred Stieglitz’s theory of “Equivalents”.