Shelter Island, San Diego, CA
Built between 1962 and 1966 – at that time the longest bridge in the world with a length of 4.1 miles. The bridge crosses the mouth of the Columbia River between Astoria, Oregon and Megler, Washington. A truly exceptional experience to drive across this bridge
The last few weeks I’ve been documenting a district in Hamburg (“Mümmelmannsberg”) in my free time, very interesting because the architectural style of the 1960s reminds me a lot of Detmerode and Westhagen in my home town of Wolfsburg. I found a work of art there with the question: Warum reisen wir? – Why are we traveling? A question that is worth thinking about, I think. And there are certainly many individual answers. What is your answer?
I was trying to catch the King Waves in Oregon
POV: View from the back seat during a road trip. Fall | 2023
I found last week’s implementation of the “Emotions/Feelings” theme very inspiring – I really enjoyed all the posts. So I completely forgot to create a new post for today. So here’s an “outtake” from my mannequin archive.
Diese Pilze sehen nicht nur hübsch aus. Sie zersetzen das morsche Holz als Grundlage für neues Leben. Also: Pilze bei der Arbeit.
These mushrooms don’t just look pretty. They decompose the rotten wood as a basis for new life. So: mushrooms at work.
Working with refracted light through water
Looking down to the Ocean from the top of the mountain – Reflections of the sun in the waves on the sand. A couple walking together, a scene – just simply calm and peaceful.
…and about FEELINGS, our topic of the week.
Last week mannequins without emotions – today with comprehensible feelings (and with a little imagination the 3 photos become a little – heartbreaking – story).