Oops! I just wanted to start the 2018 photo series when recognizing, there is still a draft from summer 2017. Lets see it as a belated closing scene of 2017. Another great year with a great summer experience. Lay back, take a breath and relax.
2018 is in planning. Some things are fixed. Others are in the making. Looking forward to another great time.
Taken inside the Vaporetto to St. Mark’s Square.
This is definitely one of my favourite photos, taken this summer. Would have been better without other people and some pigeons flying away, but hey.
Walking over Saint Mark’s square in Venice.
This years trip to the Baltic Sea was different to the years before: rain, cold wind, rain, rain and rain. Switching to the indoor program, we went to Stralsund to visit the German Maritime Museum. I place where I have been the last time when I was at the age of my daughter. And they have a giant fish tank with unusual spots to watch from (placed in an artificial reef).
This photo was originally puplished on my Instagram account.
Best part about kayaking: floating through a silent and smooth lake. I couldn’t imagine a better way to become one with nature. I like it.
A few weeks ago we have been at the Baltic Sea. Sun, rain, sand, fish, wind, fairground, beach volleyball, culture, fireworks. We had everything this year. And time. A great time.
“Der See ist doch gemalt
so wie im Märchen steht der Wald
und der Himmel muss ein Fotofilter sein”
This song came to my mind when hitting the smooth and quiet lake in the early morning for a kayak trip in the golden sunlight.
FYI: this is not a selfiestick. Taken with a DSLR, mounted on a monopod. Just to clear things up.
The song: Prag – Bis einer geht
Premiere today! This is the first analogue photograph in this blog.
Taken a few weeks ago. After spending the whole summer day at ega-Park’s playground, we went back home in heavy summer rain. Luckily the heavy rain came down exactly in that time, when we were sitting in the tram.
For nerds: Praktica L2, Kodak Ektar 100
Came across a poppy field a few weeks ago. Okay, wasn’t by accident. Saw a huge population of poppies in a field arround the corner and we made a walk to have a closer look at them.
This one was taken at then end of our additional day. Before the Rallye action got us, we had a day off to enjoy culture (visiting a vinery) and beach fun. Before we went up the mountains to get to Friday’s first stage, we had dinner in Marina di Bosa. The photo was taken when leaving Bosa later on.