Some new pictures from below and above the sky – as usual taken with the iPhone and treated in Snapseed while under way …
Some more pictures from Sunday’s walk around the block. This time the focus shifts towards more of the older stuff that’s been around for a while – and might vanish at any time (or is already in the process of … Continue reading
The first new stuff here since months and it’s all about some of the new stuff that’s being built in Bergen. Modernism in its current ugly, soulless copy&paste shape reminds me of the 1960/70s construction sins. Have architects sold their … Continue reading
Me and my phone were in flight mode again. This time with a trip via Schiphol Amsterdam Airport …
Some pictures with autumn moods from the last weeks …
Some more travel pictures from both in the air and on the ground between BGO and HAJ.
This summer, the Tall Ships Races fleet had a stopover in Bergen ahead of the start to the second leg which finished in Esbjerg, Denmark. The harbour, which is located in the heart of the city since Viking times, was … Continue reading
Solund is a small archipelago on the northern side of the exit of the Sognefjorden on the Norwegian west coast. During the short summer season, the local mail boat takes tourists on its daily delivery route from island to island, … Continue reading
Being in the flow with lots of still life work during my project for the Bergen University College I took these photos of a carpenter’s tools for my father’s 75th birthday.
Finally, some jazz photos after a long time. We ahd a lovely sunday evening in the living room sized Tonhalle in Hannover/Germany in mid-september, listening to the Achim Seifert Project on their local stopover. In this little room I did … Continue reading
Here is a collection of photos taken before or during flight with the iPhone and then treated with Snapseed. It is nice that some airlines now allow the use of electronic devices even during take off and landing, which makes … Continue reading
This time the destination was Rosendal, famous for its Barony at the foot of the mountains that bear the glacier Folgefonna on their shoulders. Both rainfall in the days before and the warm weather melting the snow (and unfortunately also … Continue reading