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57. Blurred Lines – Autumn 2018

Color violence Autumn 2018 immediately stroke me as…different. It somewhat looked like autumn as I remembered, but…those colors! Who pushed that color slider to the right? Who kicked that paint bucket? The colors didn’t overwhelm me….. they overpowered me! Like a bunch of savage warriors, rushing along on an indomitable color stream. I was dragged […]

Orange autumn forest

dragonflies in back-light

56. Winged Wonders 2

On a quiet evening – so quiet that I’d almost forgotten the existence of sound at all- I ploughed through an uninspiring darkness. So dark, that even the memory of light was obscured. All I saw was a bunch of colourless, impenetrable prickly bushes…… …until, apparently out of nowhere, the sun abruptly punctured the dark. […]


55. About Snow, Blizzards, Winter, Whiteouts and Foxes in the Snow

Bigger & better Our former winters used to be colder, longer and better. Even a child knows that. And speaking about children: if you are too young to have experienced it yourself: we made snowballs bigger than ourselves. We didn’t have  snowball fights, but ice ball wars. We used to ice-skate all the way to […]

The Catcher in the Rime

54. Happy 2018!

Oops, I did it again…! I admit, I did it again in 2017. I regularly gave in to my fox addiction. Foxes in winter mode. Playing foxes. Hunting foxes. Vixens and their fox kits. Foxes in blizzards and foxes in beautiful warm summer light. Sleeping foxes, jumping foxes, foxes with autumn leaves and foxes in […]


NEWS: Highly Commended in Nature Photographer of the Year Contest 2

Finalist Nature Photographer of the Year Contest Happy to announce that my photo “The Murmuration Makers “was awarded Highly Commended in the Nature Photographer of the Year Contest.

starling murmuration