As an avid flyer & cloud fetishist I am always thrilled to have a window seat when flying anywhere especially if I have access to my camera.

Sometimes I’m lucky, sometimes I have the right seat but no camera, other times I’m probably on the wrong plane flying to the wrong destination. Often I’m sitting in an aisle seat or the sunny side is opposite where all seats are taken but now & again everything is perfect & I get the one or other nice shot although technically imperfect due to thick plastic glass or sun flares etc.


Classic & Modern

All things concerning architecture, old & new, from exteriors to interiors and the odd detail here and there.

I find most forms of architecture of interest particularly from the Gothic & Baroque periods but also much of the Modern present. In recent years though my focus of interest has developed from just shooting the facades of my subjects to the challenge of their interiors. This is more tricky due to extreme lighting conditions & often not being able to use a tripod.

Man & Machine

The world has become extremely small due to the automobile, locomotive, ship and airplane & it is getting smaller by the second.

Our daily lives have become increasingly dependent in recent decades on electronic devices like cell phones, laptops, tablets & numerous other digital aids promising to make life easier. In the past 100 years mankind has developed technically in so many areas but have we as humans developed further or just become comfortable & addicted to optimizing our lifestyle?

People & Events

People, candid street views or even the odd portrait shooting, not to mention the numerous social events throughout the year.

Using a camera to document life around you knows no boundaries where subject matter is concerned & although I shoot many topics, people is an area that I have never taken too seriously. I simply enjoy taking  the odd candid shots on the street, at social events/festivals or on holiday.




Did You Know?

Devils Garden is an area of Arches National Park in the US state of Utah in which the longest natural arch in the world is to be found: Measuring 93 Meter in width the imposing Landscape Arch. The rock layers that were deposited here 150 million years ago were formed & washed out in the course of thousands of years of wind & weather erosion. What was initially only a small hole in the sandstone has in the course of time become an imposing rock arch.

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