Here's a slideshow of some pictures i recently took in the Englischer Garten in Munich.
It is totally crazy how fast this little but ice cold creek winds through the beginning of the park. People enjoy surfing although officially prohibited.
The beauty of this is, that you need to wait a whole year to enjoy these for a couple of days only. Totally contrary to our otherwise way too fast moving times.
Interesting Exhibition, fantastic Architecture & Light
Having been in Berlin for New Year, we also visited the Stelenfeld which is close to the Brandenburger Tor. This Memorial, designed by architect Peter Eisenman, has caused controversial discussions. Walking through the stelae it realy touched me. However, i too would have preferred if this Memorial wasn't only about the murdered Jews but would also include all the others murdered in the holocaust like the Sinti and Roma etc.
Just posted a new album - Patterns - with some closeup shots i did on a recent trip to Bali in March 2005. There's always so much beautiful details to see with their old teak wood furniture, their gifted craftsmanship and the very different architecture.
They can build things very easily because of the climate and the architects not having to worry about the cold. You can simply build something in your backyard, put some furniture in there and just stick a rooftop on it. Forget about walls and windows...