I am a firm believer in that a photograph only truly comes to life once it is printed. But in my early days, a lot of those prints ended up in some random shoe boxes, never to be seen again. That has changed. I now put them up on my bedroom walls.Continue reading
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
Today, I finally managed to visit a store I actually wanted to visit for ages. Ewert’s Teas and Spices in Göttingen. I always caught a hint of smell when I walked past it before, but the store was always closed, or I didn’t have the time. But today, the time was finally right. I had almost two hours two spare.
A few days ago, it just rained.
Then, it hailed.
And now it’s snowing and I don’t have winter shoes just yet. Luckily my winter tires are on my car since two weeks.
As some may know, I’m studying Geoenvironmental Engineering at the Clausthal University of Technology in Germany. I’m not going to bad currently. But I still have to do more.
I’m not okay with mediocre. Doing things mediocre is not good enough.
So with the words of Casey Neistat, let’s always do more.
And I mean it. Don’t just do your academic work. Don’t just do what you need to do. Find yourself a club. Find something you’re passionate about. Just do more than people would expect from you.
Push your limits. Only you can find out who you really are.