It’s time for an animal post. During my weekly shopping tour, I have spotted this mini dog posing like a pro next to the cash desk. I couldn’t resist …
My favorite awning style for this Summer. Nice artwork by nature.
For a while now, I’ve been wishing for much more time to work on personal projects. One of them was a guide about my city: Berlin.
In the beginning of this year, I finally made the step towards more independence and freedom. I quit my job and started cruising the city with my camera. I’m so happy and proud to launch today NotQuiteBerlin.
It’s a personal city guide where I share my favorite places, tips and ideas. You can find plenty of addresses where to get the best cakes and coffee, the coolest outfits and the most delicious dinner.
The rules of my guides are simple: the places have to have great service and a good atmosphere.
I love to support nice people with cool ideas.
Hello everybody who is not on vacation. Don’t be sad! Try to have a good time wherever you are. Every day a little bit.
So here is my staycation postcard for you. Weather is amazing and the view…., just awesome. Hang in there!
Weather like today doesn’t allow any distraction. Perfect for my new project. I have been working a lot on my Berlin city guide and I can’t wait to share it with you. Hope July won’t totally turn into an indoor Summer. This won’t stop me from going out to shoot some new places for the guide. It’s all about the outfit and not the weather. My rubber boots replace the summer shoes and my parka is the new bikini. …and here comes an other thunderstorm. Yeah! How refreshing.
Summer where the f#*; are you???
I can’t remember the last time we had such a shitty rainy Summer. For the first time, I don’t care.
Summer is nice, no matter what!
After harvesting all kinds of Summer fruits in my grandma’s garden, making jam has kept me very busy the last couple of days. I’ve been trying out some new variations like Strawberry-Ginger. Love it!
Summer is conserved!
Ready for Winter.
Love the idea of a 3D shop window.
When sun, rain and dust work together, sometimes great turn out. Let’s have Pastel Summer!