Wind generator facilitys (and the sun) spinning over a wheat field
I have a bad go of flu with fever, a sore throat, headache, pain in the limbs and da*n snotnose (yes, I waste tons of paper tissues, now pity me, please :Q). But every time I try to sleep for a while, the symptoms are even worse as soon as I wakeup. So now I’m sitting here, me poor rednose, and in my sheer desperation I did a little Manip (crow with branches is a photo out of my homeoffice window, the planet is made with Flaming Pears "Lunar Cell"). And I would like to present you a snippet of a music track on which I am working. It fits the "spacy" atmosphere of the photo I think. Hope I’ll get it completely done at one time o another.
Please check it out by clicking HERE, thanks
One of my favourite trees (I have five of them, call me a tree-hugger ;) in the dusk. Though he is quite young (measured by the lifespan of trees), he "emanates sublimeness" in a very special way, and that’s what I like.
Wind generators, enlightened by the first sunbeams after a foggy dawn.
Oh my goodness, I’m so tired of this weather. These are very hard times for me. I have bought some new equipment-stuff lately and, for me it’s friggin’ unbelievable, I couldn’t use it since about 4 weeks now cause of the lousy, bad weather conditions. I didn’t shot one single photo since weeks (except some test shoots), and what should I say, I miss it like hell, it’s frustrating. Actually there is some sort of horizontal rain, it’s windy, it’s wet, it’s friggin bloody cold and it’s so dark, I have to turn on the light all day long if I wouldn’t be at risk to run into (and crash head-on with) doors or shelves. I’ve made the picture above during todays sunshine period, which has lasted 30(!!!) incredible seconds. So please don’t expect a masterpiece (you don’t have to anyway) ;) Let’s hope for better days, though I’ll definately watch "Mein neues Leben" (My new living) this evening, a show about german emigrants ;-). Guess it’s better to pursue one’s dream instead of waiting for the "right moment" until the end of one’s days…