Listen to Your Heart?


I do recently have trouble making a certain decision and talked with a friend about it when he replied: “Listen to what your heart says, that’s how you will find out if it’s right or not”. I didn’t tell him but I thought to myself: “This is either a platitude or I am heartless”. I know, it’s well-meant and family and friends always want you best, by implication, they want you to make the decision that makes you happy the most. That’s probably how “Listen to your heart” is meant. They simply express that they want your best. And understandably, … Continue reading Listen to Your Heart?

Old Alley


Here is an older photo that I shot in 2016. But this is a night photograph I shot with a tripod. I know when I want to take night photographs, I should always take my tripod with me but I really don’t like that. Having a tripod with me makes me feel immobile. But one thing is sure, night photos taken with a tripod look a lot better than handheld shots like seen here and here. Continue reading Old Alley

Old Street in the Evening


Here is another photo I shot yesterday in the evening. It was shot handheld and it was so dark that I really had to go over the top with editing. That makes the photo look a bit artificial but I like the scene so much that I thought I upload it anyway. There is also quite a bit of banding and noise visible due to the very high ISO setting. But then again, I like the scene and the photo really shows how some of our old streets in the historic district of L├╝beck look like in the evening or … Continue reading Old Street in the Evening

Cat and Guitar


Here is just a snapshot I took today. I played guitar for three hours in the afternoon and then I did put it on the couch because I needed a break. When I saw my cat near the Telecaster, I grabbed my camera and took a snapshot. Due to the dull artificial living room lighting, I decided to convert the image to black and white and I like this more. I hope you like the image. Continue reading Cat and Guitar