This photo was taken in London in July 2015th. Although London is known as the Raining City, I had this weekend a wonderful and intensive sunshine. The blue sky is the perfect contrast for the yellow house facade.
Endless blue, silvery white, it seems as if freezing rain falling from the sky. This picture was taken in the infinite vastnesses of the polar ice caps pavilions at the Expo in Milan in July 2015th
This foto has the title RED. A description is not necessary. I think it has its own “effects” from itself. It was taken in Berlin in September 2015th
What do you think about the image?
South Tyrol in Italy is well known for its apples. Right now is also the time for the picking. I remember very well how aromatic the apple fields smell and how delicious a fresh picked apple taste. … As a teenager, I visited very often with my parents the area around Sterzing, Meran and Dorf Tirol. The picture was taken at the Expo 2015 in Milan in July at the Pavilion of South Tyrol / Alto Adige.
On what do you remember when you see the picture?
A virtue, strong visible and clearly in the center. All around blurred, the fast changing environment. – How important are still values and virtues in our fast-paced world, with changes that are happening ever faster? Recorded in August 2015 Munich.
House facades made of glass, a style for modern buildings, fascinate me each time anew. They reflect the environment, and also the angle of view changes when viewing with. Like this picture here merges the building with its surroundings, yet so distant sky is suddenly brought to the ground and seems to be within reach. Recorded in Helsinki in August 2015th
The canopy of this steel-trees is built with organic photovoltaics – elements. They capture sunlight and convert it into electricity. Industrial products mimic nature, and help to protect and preserve them with new technologies. Nature meets technology – Future Energy. The original photo was taken at the German Pavilion at EXPO in Milan in June 2015th.
A new lighting system was born.
In Korea food is kept in clay pots to make it keepable to preserve food (such as kimchi). This picture with filled clay pots was taken in July 2015 at the EXPO in Milan.
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Hooray, now the project can start. This must be celebrated. Bottom up and Cheeeeers!