Yesterday’s Sport, Today’s Glamour

 Veterans in town: Some days ago visitors basked with british cars around the old town of Quedlinburg. Enclosed was an MG 1938 P-Type model, called Midget.


Cooling down behind the Apsis

The refreshment: A Frozen Yoghurt in the old downtown of Quedlinburg bridges the midday brakes whilst the coming hot summer weeks.

The resort at noon: This quiet place in the shadow of the market church St. Benedikti behind the townhall belongs to the Bistro Bar „44“. Here the frozen creamy drink (on top) hits the spot. „44“, Breite Straße 44.

The lost Leaf – I, II & III

 The Lost Leaf I: We found the leaf alone in Martin Straka’s studio. There he got it off his mind. We combined it with something we did not look forward on this early summer afternoon in the Lokschuppen. Pad Shutter, the photographer, a Wabi Sabi aficionado, mounted his iPad.

 The Lost Leaf II: The leaf enfolds a delicate smalltalk stone. A Wabi Sabi like situation, the rough, transient organic protects the strong structured harshness.

 The Lost Leaf III: The nearly consummated beauty and regularity of the dead animal’s shelter attends the unorganized botanic vulnerability.

Feel the Cello Experience

Twelve musicians and one italian caffeè: This photograph shows The Twelve Cellists, an autonomous Group of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, in front of the „Florian“, the most famous caffè in Venice.

They fit together, the lifestyle wonder „Florian“ in the centre of the world heritage of Venice, the worldwide admired dozen of cellists – and the world heritage of Quedlinburg. That is why the twelve will be seen and heard at 30 June 2015, at 20 pm inside the Stiftskirche St. Servatiil. More details (german).