Tag Archive: photography

Tortoise

Without my tortoises, my terrace would be incredible boring. They always come close to see whether you bring some food for them, run after the cats and make funny noises when jumping on… Continue reading

Close up

Blossoming summer – take a closer look.

Eye of the tiger

Whenever I try to make some marvellous pictures of my cats, they either hide, run away, move too quickly or press their nose against my lens.

Shadow play

Light is the essence of photography, shadow is the spice. I post this Picture for Lucile’s Photo101 Rehab.

Never judge a book by it’s cover

A book’s cover is supposed to set some expectations, make you pick it out of 1000s of other books and invite you to read it.

Lilly on Tour: Andorra Part II

Andorra, high up between Spain and France, is all over mountainous and rocky. The landscape is unique and beautiful, thus Lilly had plenty to discover.

Mountain settings

The weather up in the mountains can quickly change: fog, sunshine and clouds change a mountain setting from sunny to dramatic. In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Half and Half.”

Lilly on Tour – Andorra Part 1

4 days off plus a weekend attached make a great chance for some short adventure. We jumped into the plane to Barcelona, from there we went straight to Andorra. Lilly, my plush frog,… Continue reading

Local Sightseeing: Up there

The good things often are very close. Today, we went to Hochkar for climbing the Heli-Kraft via ferrata. So far, we mainly have visited that area for skiing in winter. However, summer is… Continue reading

Black and white of half and half

What should I say? I have to admit, I love this week’s topic of the photo challenge. It’s already my third post for it, and one more is still to come.