Category Archives: Frankfurt

A Story of Steel and Rust

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Walking along the river Main (Frankfurt) with Oliver Duis from The Visual Bakery – you might want to check out the pictures he found in the same location.

Construction Site

291-31In the course of the years, a lot of content has sunk into this blog’s past. While I can let go of some posts without looking back, others still feel valid.

The first idea for excavating older pictures was the introduction of pages. But after discussing design at the Community Pool a homepage with a blog attached to it seemed like a logical step. It puts a bit more emphasis on getting to the pictures.

Plus, I love this theme: Its four column grid is very easy to work with and it offers very clear navigation.

While I think the general idea is already visible, there is still some work ahead of me: Adding featured images to the blogs, adjusting the headlines where they are too long to fit in one line on the Blog page, and adding to the galleries.

I do hope that you all like the new design and stay tuned. Cheers!

Resolved

289-31290-22This week’s photo theme is “Resolved“, and Sara kindly suggested that the resolution might as well be about our photography: In 2013, I would like to make pictures that are quite abstract – because I just love playing with the pictorial space – yet tell of a story.

So here are pictures I made when I visited the Luftbrücke memorial near Frankfurt Airport. It is my story about a place that reminds us of a transatlantic story (and of a story that tells us how problems can be resolved).

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