Macro Photography

Macro Photography

I consider macro photography to be more of an inward looking exercise, an activity that requires one to slow down and pay attention to details, very small details. It was the perfect type of photography to take up when most of Europe was in lockdown from February to...
Smoke Trails

Smoke Trails

At the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic in Europe in between March and April, my wife and I stayed home and kept much to ourselves to help minimize the spread of the corona virus. To keep busy and keep the creative juices flowing, I tried my hand again at macro...
Vienna’s Christmas Markets

Vienna’s Christmas Markets

Christmas markets in Vienna are a centuries-old tradition dating back to 1298. From mid-November to 25 December, many of Vienna’s most beautiful and famous squares are transformed into traditional Christmas markets. They lend a festive atmosphere to warm the...
Framed in Orange

Framed in Orange

Autumn is my absolute favourite season, photography-wise. Much like the season of Spring, there is an explosion of colour everywhere. Nature sheds its cape of green for the more subtle hues of yellow and orange or blazing red. The days are shorter and it is not yet...
Doors, Doors, Doors

Doors, Doors, Doors

They come in all sizes, colours, styles and materials yet serve the same purpose – as an entrance to an establishment, building, business, house or residence. I’m talking about doors. It has always fascinated me how much time and artistic efforts were...
Pilgrimage to Eggenburg

Pilgrimage to Eggenburg

It’s been an annual tradition of the Vienna English Speaking Catholic Community to go on a Marian pilgrimage every October. The destination has for the past years always been either to Mariazell in the Styrian Alps or to Klein Mariazell in the Vienna woods. For...