this week my stinchen turned 28. and this year we will reach 3333 joint days. without you i would be nothing. you teach me the things i don't preside over. be sure, i'm going to look out for you carefully.
ermm, what do you think? is it the rock or the pop preset? the depths and the highs are definitely boosted...
today, on easter monday, we visited our friends tanja and marcel, who recently had their second baby. during the afternoon i had the privilege of portraying the whole family, including my friend mika, the crumb snoot, and even his grandma and his grandpa. compared with his only a few weeks old sister, mika only seems to keep still, when he is sleeping or eating. so i had to take advantage of that circumstance for the snapshot above, although you usually should not photograph people at table.
sometimes travelling people show unusual modes of behaviours. the man in the centre of my today's image carried a very heavy case, which, to his sorrow, had to be hefted upstairs on the platform to reach the trains.
after tina had drawn my attention to his troublesome ascent, i asked him if i can help... he answered with a swiss accent and without even looking at me that it's no problem for him to carry his case by himself. ok, whatever. although i won't go as far as tina, who presumed with a bit of black humour, that he probably carried any parts of dead bodies in his case - hopefully not! - i think, that his autarky has to do with either his attitude towards germany / germans or lived independence in old age.
however that be, i took to him.
|snow streaks - sony nex 7 | sel35 f1.8 | f2.8 | ISO1600 | 1/4|
|awhirl - sony nex 7 | sel35 f1.8 | f2.8 | ISO1600 | 1/4|
winter walk - sony nex 7 | sel50 f1.8 | f2.0 | ISO1600 | 1/30
|awakening - sony nex 7 | sel50 f1.8 | f4.0 | ISO1600 | 1/25|
|front row - sony nex 7 | sel50 f1.8 | f4.0 | ISO100 | 1/100|
|attached shadows - sony nex 7 | sel35 f1.8 | f4.0 | ISO100 | 1/2000|
|arenight - sony nex 7 | sel 35 f1.8 | f2.8 | ISO1600 | 1/40|
|love - sony nex 7 | sel 50 f1.8 | f4.0 | ISO100 | 1/4000|
it should be everybody's utmost duty to maximise the number of these particular moments.