Posts Tagged ‘Germany’

Handicraft

25/01/2019

 

I thought I would start the new year with some handicraft. It’s something that inspires me and I’m planning to do this year, hoping to be able to combine it with my photography in some way.

 

 

These images were shot in Geyer, a small town in Saxony, Germany. There was a medieval festival the day I visited to celebrate that Geyer had been a town already for 550 years. It was an unexpected and fun morning! And now I’m off to my crochet workshop……

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Be inspired

26/12/2018

May the new year bring you the focus and light you need for a creative and inspirational life.

Don’t worry about the bokeh, and may you be exposed to a peaceful time without too much noise!

Thank you for visiting and following my blog. Here’s to another reflective, balanced and wide-angled new year!

 

 

 

Wonderful Shopwindow

24/11/2018

On my travels I enjoy looking at shop windows. They can tell a lot about the area. This one was in Geyer, a little town in Germany, which recently celebrated (with a Medieval Festival) that 550 years ago it had officially become a town.

Nearly identical, but which one?

26/11/2017

 

 

 

In Germany I cycled through many beautiful landscapes, including this one in the Harz. I would very much appreciate it if you could let me know which image you like best, and why? I have been looking at these two for a while now, and I would love to hear from you, fellow bloggers, in the comments which one you prefer, and why (or any other comments you have regarding the photos). Thank you!

Plank Pun

25/09/2017


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