Photography about Duisburg

A view from Tiger and Turtle

the loop

Tiger and Turtle is another public installation and landmark on the a slack heap, this time in Duisburg Angerpark.

A view from Tiger and Turtle

Tiger and Turtle

Tiger and Turtle landscape format on the opening weekend.

A view from Tiger and Turtle

from above

Downview from the Tiger and Turtle installation. As this was the opening weekend a lot of people were wainting in the queue.

A view from Tiger and Turtle

Secured

Top view of the art installation Tiger and Turtle. The camera is placed in the top of the looping.

Biogas experts discussing the production of a new biogas storage

biogas experimentation week

In August 2015 I went to Tamera for the 3rd Blueprint meeting and the Biogas experimentation week.

A40 Essen at night

Ruhrpott Part One - a new city

Over 8 years I took a lot of photos. I started with a Canon 60D and then switched to a Sony Nex 7. Those bulky and heavy DSLRs are like dinosaurs…

A black board in front of a vegetarian restaurant in Dublin, Ireland

the blue flame tour

In 2014 I went to Ireland for protest, permaculture and biogas.

Detail photo of an ant sitting on a plant leave

twenty days and one week

In 2015 we stayed for twenty days and one week in Finland.

Where no one looks at

Ruhrpott Part Four - long kiss goodbye

Part four of the Ruhrpott series. The final chapter. I was already torn away from Essen.

to the north

from Germany to Denmark to Sweden to Finland - by train using a Interrail ticket.

A boat at the beach of Faro, Portugal, during low tide

into the blue

In April 2015 I went to Portugal for the 2nd Tameran Blueprint meeting.

A closer lock at flowers at Stone Barns, New York, USA

the 7 states

In March 2016 Lumia and I travelled 7 US states. We were invited by Solar C³ITIES INC, a non-for-profit organization based in Pennsylvania.

Sundown in Essen showing RWE Tower, Evonic

Ruhrpott Part Two - the night strikes back

Part two of the Ruhrpott Series. I visited Tiger and Turtle, helped a butterfly, opened the EmptySpace, and yes: I took a lots of sundown photos…