Posted in Hiking, Photography

Golden October 

Germany was forecasted for a golden October. A rather mild month with warmer than usual temperatures and a gradual transition into winter. The foliage was beautiful while I was there, but didn’t fully peek yet. 

My mind has travelled back to the pictures in my mind many times since my return, wondering how everything has progressed and how it might look like now. Today on my day off I’m taking time to venture in search of my golden October, some solitude and a feeling of peace that is filled with moments of being still and wonder. 

Have a beautiful day everyone.

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Posted in Photography

7 Days, 7 photos – day 6

” Seven days. Seven black and white photos of your life. No people. No explanation. Challenge someone new each day. 

It’s almost the end of my week and the end of paying homage to my wonderful challenger at scottishlegend.wordpress.com. Thank you for nominating me and always being so supportive of my photography. This has been fun.

I would like to nominate another dear friend at wineandhistory.wordpress.com

I know no explanations are needed but I call this one “Staying grounded while reaching for the stars”

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Paver stones and bricks

A typical scene for Germany and most streets of the “Altstadt” (inner, old city) are lined with paver stones. Buildings are built from brick and adorned with exposed wooden support beams. I love the rustic feel and look, but also see a sense of mystery. I wonder “If stones could talk, what stories would they tell”?