Artikel mit dem Tag "salzburg photo"



I had almost given up hope that I could ever take the photos for this picture. But then it happened, after 11 months of waiting. On 2014-10-06 around 19:00 I could finally take the photos for my picture "Full Moon above the Residenzplatz". The place was cleaned up, no disturbing things were standing around and I was ready to go!

Times are tough - very tough. For almost everybody worldwide. But sometimes a look into the past helps - and suddenly everything appears in a slightly different light. On 2020-05-08 we celebrate "75 years of the end of the 2nd world war and the Nazi regime". What do I learn from this for my uncertain future?

Closed restaurants. Closed shops. Deserted streets and squares. This is the city of Salzburg's appearance since 2020-03-16. The Getreidegasse, which was still heavily frequented days ago, appears to be completely extinct. Welcome to the Ides of March 2020.

Some very personal thoughts about our difficult current situation. The conclusion for me is: "In everything negative there is also something positive". Therefore: Chin up and get through it!

From time to time we experience historically significant events. Some are positive, others are completely dispensable. We are experiencing one such negative episode in history right now: the greatest global health disaster of the last 100 years. The following post is a kind of "photographic diary" of the events of the first half of March 2020 as I experienced them. It reflects my personal mood of these momentous days.

In June 1987 the former US President Ronald Reagan spoke the famous words during his visit to Berlin: "Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!" 2 years and 6 months later the Berlin Wall - "Iron Curtain" - became history. The 2 photos for my personal piece art "Tear down this wall!" were taken in 2019 during my visit to Berlin. Together, the two photographs symbolize for me the time from 1933 - 1989 in Berlin: after 56 years and two dictatorships, East Berliners are streaming through the Iron...

This year there is a premiere in the Salzburg art scene: the "Salzburger Gallery Days".

From October 1941 until the end of the war in 1945, over 50,000 Jews were deported from Grunewald station to concentration camps such as Auschwitz-Birkenau and Theresienstadt.

A painter paints with brushes, watercolors and canvas. I paint with graphics tablet, pixels and computer.

Sometimes you just need all the luck in the world to be in the right place at the right time. This is what happened on 2013-12-15