To me, things as the channel tunnel are signs of freedom and peace. We should never forget how the world looked like 75 years ago.
Having this in mind, I enjoy doing business as a German in each European county, regardless of being a member of EU or not. And especially I enjoy doing business and meeting awesome people in the UK, where I’ll stay until sunday.
4.25mm F/1.7 1/17s ISO800, OnePlus 6, filtered using Adobe Lightroom CC, book currently read: “Quicksilver” by Neal Stephenson
At the end of a very busy, exhausting and stressful week, I took out my 5 year old Kindle Paperwhite and decided to read a book. Without disturbances and notifications, without video, color or any other distraction from the only one interesting thing: The book’s content.
As if mother nature is supporting this, today is a very peaceful and quite day. The cats are playing outdoors, the birds are quite silent, my younger son plays some games on his Android phone, the elder one still sleeps and my beautiful girlfriend watches some TV shows on her iPad, wearing her headphones.
So, the world around me is quite silent. I hope, it will remain that way for a while, since I enjoy it.
4.30mm F/1.5 1/3650s ISO50, Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus, filtered using Adobe Lightroom CC
Today, my beautiful girlfriend and I went for some breakfast. We decided to visit the Milchbar Café in Strausberg, located in the very beautiful and picturesque old town. You should visit both – the cafe as well as the old town of Strausberg!
4.25mm F/1.7 1/1050s ISO100, OnePlus 6, filtered using Adobe Lightroom CC
For the past three days, I was delivering a Xamarin Training in Munich. My – very awful – hotel was located near Munich Central Station and Theresienwiese. Best thing about it was St. Paul being in very close sight.
The JU-52 airplane was one of the most successful planes before the Second World War. It is often referred to as “Tante Ju” or “Aunt Ju”.
24mm f/4 1/640s ISO3200, Canon 6d Mk I with Canon EF 24-105mm IS USM L-lens
It was brought into duty in 1932 and was built until the early 50s. German Airline Lufthansa selected the JU-52 as its main plane in the early 30s. As a speciality, this plane’s exterior was made from corrugated iron.
Last week, my family and I visited the Deutsche Technikmuseum in Berlin, a very interesting place. Here you can virtually stroll through history, you can experience trains, planes, cars, ships as well as photography or jewellery.
24mm f/4 1/2500s ISO800, Canon 6d Mk I with Canon EF 24-105mm IS USM L-lens
I uploaded many images into a gallery. Some of these pictures were already featured in my blog or my instagram account, most of them are not and perhaps won’t ever be.