Since I had to prepare a few selections of images for potential clients, I decided to upload them to my own web share for the time being. There is a number of pictures at these locations: www.copyblock.de/tours_texasreise www.copyblock.de/tours_texasreise/horseback_terlin gua www.copyblock.de/tours_texasreise/cibolo_creek_ran ch www.copyblock.de/jimbo www.copyblock.de/apple_tx_story Hope, you'll enjoy them.
Winter Recedes, Spring Approaches, album created on March 22, 2013
I feel blessed that I get to live here. I'm truly grateful for it. I never get tired of walking or riding the bike along the lakes here with or without taking pictures, but taking in all the beauty and silence. In particular today, I had a magic moment in the afternoon, when I sat in that wooden "chair" that's among the pictures, enjoyed the warmth of the sun on my face, a breeze and the soft sounds of little wavelets collapsing on the shore. There was bird song and the sound of the wind and wav…
Late Fall Gold & Sepias, album created on November 15, 2012
EXHALE!!! I got to take another walk along the lake shore today. It was cool, but bright sunshine and I soaked in the sun as I strolled along, allowing my thoughts to drift away.
Colors of Fall 2009, album created on October 4, 2009
Pictures from around my home, again.
February 13, 2009Over the last two years, I have repeatedly come across a roadblock in my personal development. In brief words and in sparing you the details, the roadblock was about not knowing how to cope with some events in my early past. It seems, from whichever angle I looked upon those events, they'd leave me bitter, scarred, unable to embrace life and keep me from fully becoming the person I think I am at the core of my being. Then a friend sent me on a press trip to Texas - which turned into a transfor…
December 22, 2008I happened to be around and have my camera with me when this happened on the lake today: A mother had her six months baby and a two-and-a-half-year old with her, all three of them being on skates. When she approached a spot of thin ice, bystanders shouted warnings her way, but it was too late: She broke through the surface, which was a mere half inch thick. As she fell in the water, she lost grip of the stroller with the baby that she had been pushing in front of her. The stroller rolled on and…