Posts Tagged ‘photography’

It’s been now about half a year since my last update and I have to say, balancing work, live and on top a blog is a tough thing!

BUT, I AM BACK (once again). Und ich bin gekommen um zu bleiben…

And a fresh start requires a new perspective: I give you Paris and my favourite impressions from my little trip to this beautiful place.


This winter something very extraordinary happened in Japan…it snowed. While not being anything special in the North of the country, Tokyo barely sees more than an annual 5mm of this white magic. But instead of freaking out like most of my Japanese colleagues (who are able to have hour long conversations about the weather) I just enjoyed it!


I can’t believe another year is over. Time is truly running away from me, but at least my pictures will remind me of what I have seen and achieved. This will be my last entry in 2013. I will finish with a few pictures about magical Christmas in Tokyo. I wish you all lovely holidays and I hope to see you next year again…

To be honest I was a bit too late! Most of the leaves were already gone; but I think I still got a few nice shots. That’s the beauty that only mother nature can bring us…

One benefit of working in the Japanese Car-industry is that you get to see a lot of very nice cars. Right now for example Tokyo hosts a massive Motor Show, with many new cars from Japan and the world. So my boss gave me a ticket and the day off in order to “educate myself about the newest trends”. And since most of you probably won’t have the chance to see the Tokyo Motor Show yourself, I thought I share some of my impressions with you.

Die Arbeit in der japanischen Autoindustrie hat den Vorteil, dass man eine Menge wunderschöner Autos zu sehen bekommt. Im Moment ist Tokyo zum Beispiel Schauplatz einer riesigen Motorshow, mit vielen neuen Autos von Japan und der ganzen Welt. Aus diesem Grund gab mir mein Chef ein Ticket und den Tag frei „um mich über die neuesten Trends weiterzubilden“. Und da die meisten von euch wahrscheinlich keine Chance haben selbst zur Tokyo Motor Show zu gehen, dachte ich mir, dass ich einige meiner Impressionen mit euch teile.

I saw old cars, new cars, big cars and super tiny cars; family cars, transporter cars, sport cars, racing cars; cars running on fuel and millions of electric cars; many Japanese cars and lots of German cars (French cars too, but hey who cares, they are French); cars in every possible colour, shape and even material (one had a skin made of Jeans),  cars standing still, spinning around and even cars hanging from the walls; cars that looked like Motorbikes, Motorbikes that looked like cars, toys in the shape of cars and cars in the shape of toys; and on top of that all lots of sexy girls(Believe me even a booth advertising tires became super crowded once a cute little Japanese model was standing next to them.) So yeah; all in all the perfect place for grown up boys!


It has been a little while since I posted something; mainly because I left Gunma (a rural prefecture in Japan) to work again in Saitama (right next to Tokyo). Before I officially end the Chapter “Gunma” I want to post one last time some of the stunning sunset impression that I experienced there. There are not many places in Japan that paint the evening as colourful as this little prefecture

Gunma I’ll miss you (but only a little bit…)

You want to see more? Check out my other sunset pictures: click here!

Sometimes you are just opening your yoghurt or jam-cup in the early morning, and there it is:

Your first Vision of the Day