Revisiting the Evermacro Device.

About one Year ago, I blew my own Mind with the Evermacro Device, a small Adapter that allows you to turn any Lens into a Macro Lens. And since I am currently only going outside when I need to, I thought that it would be a nice Idea to revisit that magical Tool by doing… Continue reading Revisiting the Evermacro Device.

Getting another Stamp.

Today was a beautiful day. And since my Gym has closed, I decided to go out on a little Hike in the Harz. I ended up going to the Jägersbleeker Teich, because of the local Stempelstelle, numbered 127 in the Wandernadel System. It was good getting out for a short time after spending all weekend… Continue reading Getting another Stamp.

A few Clouds would have been nice.

Today was a beautiful Day. The Sun was shining, it did not rain. It was awesome. Except for when it comes to Photography. The Skies where just so empty all Day long. I guess that was because the Wind blew all the Clouds away. It really was extremely windy, and that made today quite chilly,… Continue reading A few Clouds would have been nice.

When the Sky is on FIRE.

I really like Sunsets. They look awesome, and I love to take Pictures of them. Even though they do look way better in real life. There are just some things in life that Cameras just are not that good at. Today, the Sky was slightly on Fire. But sometimes, Sunsets can be really extreme. That… Continue reading When the Sky is on FIRE.

Snow & the Teich.

Today, just before my Economics Exam, I just had to step out for a few minutes. I decided to go down to the Hasenbacher Teich near Buntenbock. I chose that Place mostly because there was some snow. And I thought it would make some nice Pictures, which it did. But because the Snow was quite… Continue reading Snow & the Teich.

The oldest Talsperre in the Harz

Just east of Osterode, sitting in a Harz Valley, sits the Sösetalsperre. I never really thought much of it, as it was always there. Today, after taking a Chemistry Exam, I decided to find out a little more about the local Talsperre. The Dam of the Sösetalsperre is largely made of Earth and Gravel. It… Continue reading The oldest Talsperre in the Harz

A Sonderstempel in Osterode.

Today, my Brain required a break from Learning for University. So I headed out despite the Weather. It was grey all day long. A while ago, I was informed that there is a Wandernadel Sonderstempel at the Heimatmuseum in Osterode. I had been to that Museum before, and one visit is definitely enough, but that… Continue reading A Sonderstempel in Osterode.

Wandernadel Level 2

After taking about one and a half years to Reach Bronze Level with the Harzer Wandernadel, it merely took me two weeks to get to the next Level: Silver. Yesterday I got my last four required Stamps after getting the other four, namely the Liebesbankweg, the Bärenbrucher Teich, the Hutthaler Widerwaage and the Wurmberg. On… Continue reading Wandernadel Level 2

Wandernadel Level 1

Back in 2018, when I got my Wanderpass for the Harzer Wandernadel, I never thought that I would take this long to get my first actual Wandernadel, but I finally made it. It all started in July, when I got my Wanderpass at the local Tourist Information here in Osterode. And because I wanted to… Continue reading Wandernadel Level 1

Look Down (Sometimes).

I absolutely love grand, captivating Landscapes. They are one of the best Things in Photography in my opinion. But sometimes, the more intricate Details are equally as impressive, and sometimes even more so. Sometimes, you have to look down to see grandeur. Somewhere in Hattorf. Today, I was out for a short Hike with my… Continue reading Look Down (Sometimes).