November 10, 2019

the week through the lens

it has been on the back burner, i have not been taking a lot of photos for a while now, and that should change. every time, it touches me in a special way, as i wander and have the camera ready be it in the kitchen, or living room, or the garden... this enables me to see with new eyes and i like it.
we will see if it sticks, it is a start to a new friday review of what caught my eye. there is to be said, that i was inspired by erin boyle and her blog "reading my tea leaves". she does a wonderful job and it is so inspirational to have a look at her photos...

:: 1. i spent 3 days in the woods, at the foot of "säntis", the outdoor modul of the class in
       "solution oriented conversation"

:: 2. the weather forcast was rain, cold, snow and not much more. a tarp, a good sleeping bag and
       an iso mat.... that's about it

:: 3. making fire, sitting around the fire, watching the fire, and cooking in and over the fire

:: 4. the life of one's z-lite

:: 5. and nature in early winter, just perfect sights

November 2, 2019

the week through the lens

it has been on the back burner, i have not been taking a lot of photos for a while now, and that should change. every time, it touches me in a special way, as i wander and have the camera ready be it in the kitchen, or living room, or the garden... this enables me to see with new eyes and i like it.
we will see if it sticks, it is a start to a new friday review of what caught my eye. there is to be said, that i was inspired by erin boyle and her blog "reading my tea leaves". she does a wonderful job and it is so inspirational to have a look at her photos...

:: 1. a rare moment with a bit of sun, while we experience a real droopy late fall week.

:: 2. at "jung kunst" with Naomi, exciting and fun going together

:: 3. starting out wet...

:: 4. and with the day taking off, it gets all better and more enjoyable

:: 5. as we did some years past, thea nad myself had to heat up old bees wax and dip the collected
       leafs to keep.

October 25, 2019

the week through the lens

it has been on the back burner, i have not been taking a lot of photos for a while now, and that should change. every time, it touches me in a special way, as i wander and have the camera ready be it in the kitchen, or living room, or the garden... this enables me to see with new eyes and i like it.
we will see if it sticks, it is a start to a new friday review of what caught my eye. there is to be said, that i was inspired by erin boyle and her blog "reading my tea leaves". she does a wonderful job and it is so inspirational to have a look at her photos...

:: 1. going out with "my" girls, a visit at the landesmuseum

:: 2. for my birthday, spending a few hours around the fire

:: 3. it's bitter sweet season

:: 4. thursday morning, breathtaking scenes on the morning sky

:: 5. me in my new hoody, taken by naomi, with the new lense