Photography about animals

The lovely creatures this planet bears. Without them Earth would be a lonley place.

A ant sitting on a flower.

Ant II

Ants do a great job when there are no bees around. Don*t forget about the ants. They are great pollinators.

Gecko sunning at a stone - taking in Cuba by Dominik jais

Geckos like the sun

This gecko was sitting on a stone while the sun was shining.

A butterfly that has reached its end of live

Rest in peace

This butterfly was laying at our door steps. Its wings were partially burned. We took it in and gave it water. After some time it flue away.

Detail photo of an ant sitting on a plant leave

Ants I

Close-up photo of an ant sitting on a plant leave.

a white old cat sitting in front of a door

the old cat

The old cat is the keeper of the house. She is very sick and hope she will find a place in cat heaven.

After

After

An animal rolled.

loci the cat sleeping on a bank in Tamera, Portugal

loci the cat

this cat needed much of scratching and fondling.

Miss Liberty - or what is visible of her

NYC spring

In 2014 I followed an invitation by SolarC³ITIES TH Culhane to visit NYC, Dobbs Ferry. It was the first time I went to the States.

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.

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.

Shadows on the wall

a Finnish year

On the 25th of May 2016 I moved to Finland with my wife. We live on the countryside near the lovely small town Pälkäne.

Oslo Permanent

In 2019 I went to Oslo for the Nordic Institute…

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.

The Park deck at the Essen Rathaus Gallery

Ruhrpott Part Three - return of the wiseguys

3rd Part of the Ruhrpott Quadrologie. I walked through the city several times at different hours.

to the north

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

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.