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A Sunny Day in Autumn

Posted on Sunday, October 14, 2018
in Category Photos
Rise and Fall

Autumn is coming, however, the temperatures are more suited for summer time. Even though we had a very dry and hot summer many trees already sport fancy colored leaves instead of just being brown and ugly.

Let’s hope that we will see some rain soon so all the mushrooms …

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Posted on Friday, December 29, 2017
in Category Photos

This one has been sitting on my disk for well over a month. I knew exactly what I wanted the final image to look like when I set up my tripod. But sometimes things take a little longer …

Unlike basically all of my normal photos this one is heavily edited …

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Winter Stroll

Posted on Thursday, December 28, 2017
in Category Photos
Curvy till the End

Isn’t winter supposed to be snowy and white? As I write these lines it starts to snow, but forecast says it’s just a freak thing for tonight and will be over tomorrow. And when I took those images yesterday it surely was just cold and rainy with some …

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Fiery Sky

Posted on Tuesday, October 17, 2017
in Category Photos
A fiery sky

Finally a nice evening sky. On the radio they said that it was going to be cool due to Sahara sand and ashes from Portugal’s forest fires being in the upper sky. They were right.

Autumn Sunset

Posted on Friday, October 6, 2017
in Category Photos
Sunset over Autumn Fields

All week the evening sky was awesome and on fire. Just that one day I decide to go out to take some photos there is not a single cloud and the most boring sunset ever. That didn’t stop me of course …

Autumn Island

Posted on Saturday, May 27, 2017
in Category Photos
Rhine in Autumn

If you want to give editing this raw file a try you should head over to the PlayRAW thread on pixls.us. While there you might also consider joining the great community.

Get to the Chopper!

Posted on Friday, March 13, 2015
in Category Photos
JCK CarboNext Gyuto, 240 mm

After struggling with dull family kitchen knifes for too long I decided that I needed my private one. After some research I chose a Japanese knife with western handle, a Kagayaki CarboNext Gyuto from JCK with a blade length of 240 mm. You can see more in this flickr album …

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