Weekly Photo Challenge: Signs

“For this challenge, share an image of a sign: it can be a sign near your home — a comforting sight after a long journey — a sign that doubles as art, or other types of signs that hold meaning for you.”

Red and yellow speckles in the trees and falling leaves – signs that summer is over now and autumn rules our life for the next three months. I took this picture today when I went for a walk with my boyfriend through the park Humboldthain near our apartment. Hope you enjoy this entry.

Signs for Autumn

Signs for Autumn


Weekly Photo Challenge: Textures

“This week, share a texture found in an unexpected place. It could be made of natural materials, as in these images, or with man-made objects.”

What a great theme for a photo challenge because it can be interpreted in so many ways and we are surrounded by different textures everywhere. I immediately thought about a couple of pictures which I took while I travelled through New Zealand last year. I was so fascinated by the nature and its beauty. So here is a small collection of different textures like tree bark, solidified lava and sulphuric sediments. Hope you enjoy this entry.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Summer Lovin

Summer Lovin’
Show us something you love. It could be your favorite novel, the light of the moon on your deck at night, the beach on a hot day, or that special you-know-who. Get creative!

My boyfriend and I spent the weekend in Spreewald a beautiful biosphere reserve just an hour away from Berlin. It was time to relax a little bit and to leave the stress of work and the city behind us. So we enjoyed the sunny weather and explored the Spreewald by bike and with a canoe. Here are some Pictures I took over the weekend and which mean ‘Summer Lovin’ for me.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: On Top (II)

I found it very funny that many blogger have posted pictures of pelicans this week. Don’t worry .. I don’t have another pic with a pelican but with different bird sitting on top of a fence. I don’t know what kind of bird it is. I took this picture in the Abel Tasman National Park where we (me and my boyfriend) did a day trip on the Abel Tasman Coastal Track which is as to say the most popular of the 9 Great Walks in New Zealand.

WPC: On Top (II)