Tuesday, June 26, 2012

the garden, 2


pots


the garden


the garden


the garden


blue



Monday, June 25, 2012

the garden


view from the garden


honey


shed


table


the garden


T's parents live in a tiny village in the northeast corner of bavaria.
they have a beautiful garden and grow lots of fruit and veg, and keep bees.

the first picture shows my favorite view, from the garden fence
over the neighbors' stacked wood, and over the fields.

T's dad has been in hospital for almost two months, so we've been visiting regularly.
The evening light in their garden is so beautiful, and I really hope that he will be able
to sit on the bench outside their house and watch everything grow
before this summer is over.


Friday, June 15, 2012

fields


fields

more pictures from last weekend's trip to the countryside soon.
have a great weekend!


Friday, June 8, 2012

paris, museums


pompidou

pompidou

pompidou

fear eats

shapes


the pompidou (top three), spectacular on the outside,
I wish we would have had more time to spend in the inside.
and palais de tokyo (bottom two)



Tuesday, June 5, 2012

paris: l'inventaire!


merci

merci

merci + Marion!

merci


I was lucky to meet up with Marion for a coffee at merci.
I've been reading her blog and admiring her photography for a long time, so we had lots to talk about.
She was just as lovely as I had imagined her.

Thanks again Marion, it was so nice to finally meet you in the real world!

(and this is what Marion saw)

Sunday, June 3, 2012

paris, shapes


spiral


triangle

circle





Saturday, June 2, 2012

paris, food


breakfast

tea

croissants

rose bakery pizzette

cafe

red + white



Friday, June 1, 2012

paris, shops and street views


boulangerie

petit musc

posters

rose bakery

clan


we spent lots of time walking and riding VĂ©lib bikes around town.

paris skies


the steps

white

place des vosges

eiffel

at the beginning of may we spent a couple of days in Paris.
I had not realized that it is now only a three-hour train ride away from where we live.

as you can see I brought my 35mm wide angle lens!