Sammy of platform 2 – a dog in service of people

The “Bahnhofsmission” is an aid organisation located at more than hundred railway stations in Germany. It has been around for 125 years. Here everyone, regardless of age, nationality or religion, can take a break, have a coffee, chat, or find protection. Homeless people looking for...

Take and make memories

Enjoy life more, travel, experience. As some might already know, I have an obsession with the British Isles. I studied English, lived in Dublin ages ago, travel to the UK on holidays or whenever I get invited to do a talk or workshop or other...

The Artist & The Space ~ Kelly

Last week my camera allowed me a glimpse into the world of weaving, Scandinavian rep weaving to be exact. I met with Kelly Marshall, founder of Custom Woven Interiors, Ltd. at the Northrup King Building in Minneapolis on another cold and snowy day… While Kelly...

Powerful Compactful – The Fujifilm X-T30 Review

Third time’s a charm, right? Not that the X-T10 and X-T20 weren’t little charmers in their own right, but if the recent success and reviewer praises of the XT3 are anything to come by, then the third iteration of the X-TX0 is indeed bound to...

Tokyo – five

This is the last of my five posts in my little Japan-memoirs-series.  Part 1: Tokyo-one Part 2: Tokyo-two Part 3: Tokyo-three-Kyoto Part 4: Tokyo-four After Friday nights extravaganza at the karaoke bar and on the dancefloor, saturday morning was not an easy one to get...

Tokyo – four

This is the fourth of five posts in my little Japan-memoirs-series.  Part 1: Tokyo-one Part 2: Tokyo-two Part 3: Tokyo-three-Kyoto Waking up in Tokyo that friday morning, I realised that today I was going to be literally lost in translation. The swedish delegation had gone...

Tokyo – two

This is the second of five posts in my little Japan-memoirs-series.  Part 1: Tokyo-one You know that feeling when you wake up, and you briefly think that you’re at home in your own bed needing to get up and get ready for work, but then...

Tokyo – one

This is the first of five posts in my little Japan-memoirs-series.  It’s been 10 days. 10 days since I returned home from what has been a big mark on my bucket list for quite some years now. Ever since I started getting involved in street...