First Snow!

I live near the mountains. And I really like living near the mountains.

But until yesterday, we didn’t really had any snow. And it’s November!

I mean, I got lucky with this, because I didn’t have winter tires on my car until last week. But I love all the seasons, so I’m glad winter started. Continue reading

I tried out the EcoBus.

Last Thursday, I finally had the chance to try out the EcoBus, a new form of public transportation running in its beta phase since August 2018. It doesn’t have bus stops in the traditional sense, and you book your bus via app or website.

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About Amazon.

Sometimes I buy things on Amazon. A lot of people do.

Sometimes I have questions about an item. Then I take to the Questions Section on Amazon to see if my question has already been answered. Most of the times I get the answer I was looking for, sometimes not.

But I’m always annoyed by people answering questions they clearly don’t know the answer two. You can see that by reading answers like ‘I don’t know that.’ or ‘ I don’t know. Ask the seller for that information.’.

This is very frustrating. Please stop.

The last days of #photokina2018.

I’m sorry that I’m a bit late on this post.

So the last few days have been quite busy. Wrapping up Photokina and delivering an awesome birthday surprise to a good friend of mine. It’s been awesome. Continue reading

Photokina & meetup with Matt.

I love photography. I love Cologne. I love new gear. And I always wanted to go to photokina. And this year, I was able to do so! Continue reading

What’s in my bag for #photokina2018

Photokina starts today. And this year, I’m going! I’m so extremely excited to go to Cologne! You can maybe guess it from all these exclamation marks I’m using! No kidding, I’m really really excited.

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Hiking in the Harz.

I never really liked hiking. But that changed for a bit. Since I got my Wanderpass (hikers pass) last Thursday, I was eager to get some stamps in it. You can even earn some achievements! Like the bronze Wandernadel (a hikers medal) for 8 individual stamps. Continue reading