Just in time for the 3rd anniversary of POINT BLANK on the 31st of March, I splashed out a website for me. 🙂
The reason was that I could never provide an overview of my portfolio on requests. Voila … … problem solved!
At this point I would like to thank everyone for the great time, the fun we had, all the inspiration and the wonderful exchange.
..so, but now I’m going to party that! 😀
cheers, xoxo, Markus
Is there a common sense of nearness? …I mean my chosen topic was ‘narrowness’. Is there a common feeling which differs between that? Or does it make sense to find the answer in the given diversity of that what we find around us?
…a day at the market
cast away, stranded, out of use, forgotten… ..but we’ll back !!!
In 1979 the town of Stari Bar/Montenegro was destroyed by an earthquake. After that the old town of Bar (first mentioned in the 9th century) was abandoned and immediately rebuild at the mediterranean shore. After now 36 years you can see what nature has claimed back .
…I know, photos should speak for itself! ..but look at the guy in the tent next to the beds.. ..so great!!!
I love the way how russian care about their health. To emphasize that I just want to say one word: Russian Sauna!
Escalators got something ambivalent, depending on the point of view. From the outside they just carrying people. For the people who get carried, they provide a few seconds of rest, thoughts and reflection.
“Faith is like radar that sees through the fog.. ..the reality of things at a distance that the human eye cannot see.”
(Corrie Ten Boom)
If there is a place where I felt really grounded and down to earth.. ..than it is it the dacha of my mother in law. A place where I can really relax and get rid of my sorrows. Thank you dear Aida Stepanovna, this one is for you… …a place which makes you happy, as much as it does for me…
Three weeks agao little Shenia get baptisted in a little church in Gorodnja/Russia on a hill at the Volga river.