Category Archives : winter


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

Fallow deer in the mist on a foggy sunrise

51. Happy 2017 – Reflections 3

Happy 2017! I wish you all a year in which you can turn dreams into reality. A year that allows you to become, be or remain who you are, a year to tell what’s to be told and to give what should be given. And hopefully this will automatically lead to beautiful creations. For me, […]


46. Chaos in Motion: murmurations & mental processes 3

Murmurations & mental processes Prior to writing an article, a storm might rage through my head. Ideas spontaneously sprout, patches of words, too fast to grab, fly by. Separate figments spin round like autumn leaves on a windy square. Meanwhile, elusive associations whirl down ceaselessly, occasionally shaken up by a plumping picture. Over time, I’ve […]

murmuration starling sturnus vulgaris sunset flock swarm

Red Fox in the Snow

44. Better a good copy than a bad original? A story about copyright infringement. 1

Every now and then, people ask me how they should protect their photo’s best against abuse. My (somewhat bland) answer is usually: Don’t put them on the Internet. Any photo with a bit of potential can and will be ‘shared’. But what about the right mouse click protection? Make a print-screen, cut it out you’ll […]


43. 2015 in photos 2

Because a photo can say more than a 1000 words, I hereby present you my 2015 in photos:   January At least we had some winter and some beautiful mornings in magical misty mood.   Februari We had a few hours of snow. Enough to capture a red fox and a fallow deer in a […]

Early morning autumn forest