This was on my ride today, just three seconds before I met the stone… Bad joke, sorry! Nothing happens, but the sun was shining and after about 70km my legs are burning. I really like these kind of exercise for my body and the ruminant mood for my head. For this time of the year it is exceptionally cold. So I start with clouds and 14 degrees and after a while the sun came out and it was about 20 degrees… This is a big difference when you are cycling and it is not so easy to find the right clothes. Anyway, I made it and it was a nice ride on a sunny day. Thanks for that and thaks for following my s**t on flickr.
Today folks is my 100th picture and I can’t believe that I made it till now. I ask myself in the morning if I will remember each situation I captured during the year, or not. I wrote about the one effect, that I live more observant to find the one moment or picture. Maybe there are other interesting effects… I’m so exited! Have you ever try a 365?
When I came along this building yesterday on my cycling tour I planed to come back with the RX. I like this kind of architecture because it’s clear and classical. Unfortunately the building is in a poor condition so I thought that it’s abandoned. Today I realized that it’s the vital office of the DYNAMIC company in vence. So it was hard for me to get this single shot because there is a fence around the area which fixes the distance of the shot, and I wasn’t keen to be identified as a spy. So I checked out this area and situated myself at a bus stop in front of the building. I gave me just a single shot and so the result here is what I could reach. Because of the blue sky I decided to make it in B&W and voila, here it is. For this one I wished to have a 24mm lens or something like this. If so I would have given the building a bit more space to breath, but for this moment I must make peace with the result here. Folks, I wish you a nice evening.
Today I got the second chance to inspect a house which is for sale. What you see here is the entrance in the ground floor. Behind there is a little atrium and a room which is made of glass. It is a very special object and a strong architecture. But you don’t have many freedom degrees to make your own thing. There are three other floors upstairs, but everything is very clear and dedicated to a certain use. I would say it’s great, but it’s nothing for someone who has his own head. Maybe that’s what I dislike most. The owner gave me the key so that I could just be in the house for a couple of hours. Some friends of mine came later to share some ideas… It was interesting, because I had a lot of questions in my head. How do I wanna life? How many privacy do I need? What’s about the noise from the streets? How important is it to have a good look-out? Whats about the neighborhood? Whats about my hangout? More questions than answers… Have a great evening folks!
It was a kind of maiden trip for me and my camera when I shot this picture today. Why? Ok, you can’t see it, but it was the first time for me I let my camera doing the whole job in developing the RAW to a jpg. Maybe it’s a step towards effectiveness in taking and developing my daily picture and a step towards a realistic continuance of my 365 project or it’s just the beginning of a mutual trust… Anyway, this was the moment decorated with mashed potatoes, sweetheart cabbage and sausage with mustard. Couldn’t be better! Have a nice day folks!
Today it was a zero metime day. From the very early morning to a late business dinner in the evening, every minute was full of words, trouble and boredom. It was just enough time to take a snapshot on my way back home. Fritz Behns statue "diana with jumping antelope" is representative on the oeuvre of this foremost german artist for animal sculptures. Behn who was living from 1878-1970 was a traveler. His work was focused on the african wildlife for which reason he was traveling the african continent for several years. When I was standing there for a couple of minutes I remembered my trip through South Africa in 2010. There should be more of this and less words, trouble and boredom…