It is the nature of man to produce artificiality.
Henri Cartier-Bresson told me to shoot this.
The residential campus of the ZIF includes a library and a pool. It was built in 1968.
Teutoburger Wald, black kite down, Kunsthalle Bielefeld.
This old door can be found unchanged since decades in my home. It has been there since I can think. It always had a meaning being open or closed. I still think, that closed doors mean nothing bad.
Soon midsummer will come in Scandinavia. I have been in Finland a week ago where midsummer announces itself. The sunsets take longer, the light is warm and the mood is easy. I love it.
I spent the last two weeks capturing new images for my photographic series “Baltic Sea – hidden cargo” in Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Finland. Find the editorial text for this series here. The Baltic Sea is a unique natural area which suffers from human exploitation.
This picture below shows the Baltic Sea in the Kurische Nehrung in Lithuania.