Thanks for your visits, likes and your support in 2018. Have a wonderful Christmas time and the best wishes for a happy new year 2019. See you there… Happy Christmas days. Reinhold
For the last weeks I worked primarily on my
Timeless Galleries is still a prototype I work on. The shop feature is not activated and the user interface and experience is not finalized yet. The page works on smart phones, tablets and desktops. In the final release I will offer “guest galleries” for interested photographers and artists.
Happy days. Reinhold
The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step…
Dreaming… I saw me walking on thin ice… moving on to the end of my dream… I hear the ice cracking, it will break… I have to wake up. Thank you being part of my dream!
Dreaming… I saw me walking through the moor, the wetlands of the North… moving on into a world without fear, hate, politics, war, anger… I must be dreaming. Afraid to wake up. My dream will be continued tomorrow. See you there!
Dreaming… I saw me walking into the forest covered with clouds… moving on into a world without fear, hate, politics, war, anger… I must be dreaming. Afraid to wake up. My dream will be continued tomorrow. See you there!
Dreaming… I saw me walking into the water, the fog, the clouds… moving on into a world without fear, hate, politics, war, anger… I must be dreaming. Afraid to wake up. My dream will be continued tomorrow. See you there!
5 weeks – 5 senses – 5 t-shirts… in 2007 and 2012 we spent 5 weeks each on the roads of amazing New Zealand. Brings back memories of great landscapes, great people and great roads. I would like to be on these roads again!
Images I have posted here in my blog (Photography was not my passion in these years… what a waste) 🙂
Zwischenahner Meer – our local lake – a few miles from home. These images cover the autumn / winter season. In spring and summer the pier is packed with boats and tourists. I prefer these two seasons for one simple reason. Sometimes I am the only person watching the sunset or sunrise. They are an exception and not the rule.
… this image of a brave little tree has been taken in the moor (Fintlandsmoor) only a few miles away from where I live. I must return to the moor in the next days, when the weather is changing from horrible to acceptable. As you know, I don’t mind cold, snow, storm… but I hate gray and wet weather conditions. From April 1 until the end of June I can’t go there. It is a nature resort with restricted access during this period. Lots of ground breeding birds. So I desperately wait for different weather. 4 weeks left. Fingers crossed. 🙂