Zeiss autumn

My contribution to all the annual autumn color photos around the world :) These are all taken in Volksgarten, a small city park in Cologne that was formerly a part of the fortification belt around Cologne, dating back to the 19th century. All made with Zeiss Contax G 90/2.8 with Techart AF adapter on Sony... Continue Reading →

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Mustard in bloom

Snapped this on my way home from work, on a back road near Gruiten, a village in West Germany. Actually, I first thought these bright yellow fields would be canola ... but it seems it's the wrong time of the year now! In Europe, mustard blooms in late summer and autumn while canola does so... Continue Reading →

Der Kölner Dom

We don't have any really significant buildings in Cologne. It looks more like a giant village then a city with a population of 1 million :) The Cologne Cathedral – the Kölner Dom in German – is our biggest landmark and you can see it from 30 miles away. This is a snapshot from the... Continue Reading →

In memoriam to the Twin Towers

I stumbled upon this old photograph in my archives. Took this 1992, at the age of 17, with my Nikkormat camera and a 300mm lens, waiting for a connection flight at the airport of Newark. Myself I had just arrived at Newark with another old Jumbo Jet – operated by Continental Airlines – from Germany... Continue Reading →

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